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All reviews walking trails public rooms no elevator first floor michelin star location is ideal two nights we loved our stay fantastic stay swimming pool attentive service extensive grounds michelin guide inlet chateau brittany lorient
Hotel and grounds are beautiful. Our room was pleasant and comfortable but the carpeting and upholstery were quite worn, which we would not have expected from a hotel of that caliber. Restaurant food was outstanding and service excellent. Overall a very pleasant experience, though
We had a wonderful week at this hotel in a stunning room on the first floor of the chateau. The food in the restaurant was outstanding and the chef coped particularly well with my son’s dietary requirements. The setting of the chateau - and in...More
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We did not know what to expect from this property, but we were exceptionally grateful that we chose to spend two nights at Locguenole. The first night, the restaurant was closed and we were directed to a nearby restaurant that was acceptable, if not exceptional....More
Once upon a time this probably was a fine place. Location great, but no elevator, old fashioned paintings on the walls, douche in bathtube etc.
Prices in the restaurant are extravagant and the Michelin star they once had has diappeared..
The service is correct but...More
We were given a warm welcome. Our room was light, spacious, comfortable and had a lovely view of the inlet. The service was professional and charming. The dinner was expertly cooked and presented and breakfast was more than adequate. We loved the swimming pool and...More
Unique in the world: 120 hectares of private forest that overlooks a wide stretch of sea. A door leads out to the ocean and a private dock for immediate boarding. Sailing between Lorient and the island of Groix is an unforgettable experience and just one of the many pleasures in store at this historic castle and manor house surrounded by 120 hectares of private forest that overlooks a wide stretch of sea. Helicopter flights over the cliffs of Brittany are also on offer. On returning to the ground, sample the delights of the menu of fresh seafood and Brittany's local produce, followed by a shiatsu massage to finish off a perfect day.
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Family Rooms, Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms
Number of rooms
US$181 - US$347 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Dear Ian. Many thanks for your interest in our chateau. Dogs are welcome in the hotel and in the park (not in the restaurant). A fee of 12 Euros per day is charged... Hope to get the pleasure of welcoming you soon. Bruno (GM)
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"The first floor rooms in the chateau are well worth the extra cost"