|Manoir de Kerhir Manercoz||Self Catering||Saturday||3||6||1||1 z bed|
Recently renovated, The Manercoz of Kerhir is part of the old Manor of Kerhir.
The owners live in the Casle of Kerhir, beside the old manor.
The family has owned this property since 1420 when it was built by their ancesters.
Therefore the owners will be more than happy to help you to discover this beautiful part of Tregor .
Close to Brittany's Northern coast, you will be able to visit the Brehat Island, stunning beaches, the manors, the chapels, picturesque and traditional villages and come back to the Manor of Kerhir to breath in the air of the countryside, enjoy the calm or walk in the park and gardens.
Kitchen with all the facilities. Large dining room.
Living room with fireplace.
With shower only
Tv, wi-fi, dvd player.
Private garden and acces to the park of Kerhir.
Elizabeth and Bruno de la Brosse have lived in Kerhir for a few years because Pierre de Trolong, Elizabeth 's ancestor built this property in the year 1420 ... and Kerhir has belonged to the same family since this time . Bruno worked in the packaging industries for 40 years and he wanted to stop this activity and to take time for Kerhir !!!
|Year property purchased||2011|
|Why this location?||We enjoy to rent our houses to our clients . For us it is important because this is the life for Kerhir"'s domain .|
|Unique benefits of property||Kerhir is a nice domain in Tregor and we hope that you'll be satisfied with your Tregor's holidays in Kerhir !|
Ploumanach, Perros Guirec (with its famous pink granite coastal rocks), Port Blanc, Plougrescant, Brehat Island, Pleubian peninsula.
Standing high on the side of the wooded Trieux River, the tough-looking Ch�au de la Roche-Jagu is the only survivor of some ten fortresses that once oversaw stretches of this valley in medieval times. Recently restored, it still guards the way to the pretty river port of Pontrieux.
Tréguier the capital of the province of Trégor with its traditional architecture, and cathedral. Paimpol, La roche Derrien..
The truly extraordinary geological phenomenon of the Sillion de Talbert. A long, thin trail of pebbles stretching far into the Channel from a striking headland known as the Presqu’ile Sauvage, or wild peninsula.