Michael et Valérie SMITH - Chambres d'hôtes

A little piece of America!
Guesthouses at Mellionnec

Le Manoir du Poul© Le Manoir du Poul
  • Michael and Valérie Smith hail from Texas, and have renovated the former home of the Breton poet Glenmor to create a delightful guest house set in a jewel of greenery.

    The manoir de Poul, built in 1613, really exudes Breton history. It was the home of the Lords of Mellionnec for a long time, as well being the home of singer and storyteller Glenmor, famous for his passionate commitment to defending the Breton identity. These days, an American family with a lilting accent watch lovingly over this delightful rustic manor’s stones and beams, as well as a table d’hôte dinner table with cosmopolitan flavours. Two cosy dwellings welcome visitors looking for some peace and quiet in Central Brittany close to the Nantes-Brest canal, one of them being a family unit for six people. The manor woodlands (15ha) features wells, a wash-house and an old chapel and is in itself a wonderful place to enjoy a walk.
  • Capacity
    • Accommodation :  8 Person(s)
    • Accommodation :  2 Bedroom(s)
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Quality standards
  • Activities
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Tennis
  • Amenities
    • Heating
    • Fireplace
    • Sheets and linen included
    • WIFI
  • Equipment
    • Bike shelter
    • Garden
    • Park
  • Services
    • Terkking route documentation
    • Bike shed
    • picnic hampers
    • Table d'hôte
Payment methods
  • Cheques and giro cheques
  • Holiday cheques
  • Cash
  • Rates 2019
  • Nightly rate per person
    From 60 € to 90 €
  • One person (B&B)
    From 60 € to 80 €
  • Two people (B&B)
    From 70 € to 90 €
  • Three people (B&B)
    From 90 € to 100 €
  • Additional person (B&B)
    30 €
  • Meals (B&B)
    22 €
  • All year
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