A haven of serenity by the sea

Hospitality as an Art of Living...

Nestled in the heart of a wooded park of more than 120 hectares and enjoying a breathtaking view of the Blavet, a stretch of sea along the propertyté, the Château de Locguénolé promises you a resolutely new experience of hospitality. More than a luxury hotel, our house is also and above all an emblematic place in South Brittany.

The hotel has 22 rooms and suites divided into 8 categories that can be adapted to the desires of our guests, whether they are romantic couples, families or business travellers. As you would expect in these large, charming homes, the rooms are spacious and comfortable, some even have a Jacuzzi bath in the bathroom.

All of them enjoy a superb view, whether they are oriented towards the park or overlook the ocean...

Discover the castle

 

Its gourmet restaurant and lounges offer one of the warm and intimate spaces that are ideal for family events, business meetings or friendly evenings with friends.

Château Locguénolé is a haven of peace dedicated to relaxation and letting go. Therefore, during your stay, we recommend that you take full advantage of our facilities:

  • heated outdoor swimming pool
  • tennis
  • sauna
  • steam room
  • massage (on reservation)

The castle is ideally located on the waterfront while offering endless possibilities for strolls within the 20 hectares of park that surround it.

And, to fully enjoy all these spaces, services and activities, you can trust our reception, floor, kitchen and room teams, all of whom have in common the professionalism and taste of others...

Welcome to Locguénolé!

 

The Legend of Locguénolé....

A popular legend tells us that this property takes its name from the installation, formerly, on these lands, of Saint Guénolé. The great Saint Breton, living on the other bank, was once said to have been driven out by the devil and crossed the river in a single step to live on the other side, called "Locguenolé" (the place of Saint Guénolé).

 

A Family History....

Passed on successively by the women, Locguénolé thus became the property of the Marquis de La tour-Maubourg, then of the Count of Perrien and now of the de la Sablière family.

The current Château was rebuilt in 1810, in the heart of a magnificent wooded park, designed by one of the best French landscape architects of the time, the Versailles architect "André".

In 1968, the Château was transformed into a hotel by its owners in order to preserve the heritage of their ancestors. Locguénolé thus became one of the very first Relais & Châteaux in France in 1970.

 

The neighbouring manor house, located to the left of the Castle, is much older. It was built in the early 1700s. It was first of all the dependence of a 16th century fortified castle, located a few kilometres away and destroyed during the French Revolution. Today, it is a precious witness of a classical and typically Breton architecture. Its location and historical importance make it one of the few properties open to the public today, allowing a few privileged clients to enjoy total peace of mind, great comfort and the pleasures of discreet luxury.

The Domaine de Locguénolé benefits from a protected maritime environment of exceptional beauty. Today, it is a 4-star hotel that combines comfort and tradition and continues to write a beautiful story in this magnificent setting.

 
 

Environment

Château Locguénolé is a haven of peace dedicated to relaxation and letting go. For this, you can count on our large spaces and equipment:

  • 120 hectare park bordered by the sea offering an infinite number of possible walks
  • Mountain bike rides
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool (open from early May to late September)
  • Relaxation area: hammam, sauna
  • Tennis: 1 outdoor court
  • Arrival/Departure by boat from our private pontoon
  • Massages in room (on reservation)

Spa and Wellness

 

Families and children are welcome: family rooms, adapted menus, baby kits, large spaces and leisure facilities. Special offers for families are also available during school holidays.

Our four-legged friends, in a sphere that is limited to dogs and (why not) cats, are also welcome as long as they have a sociable character and do not damage the place. On the other hand, they are strictly prohibited in all catering and leisure areas (swimming pool in particular).

 
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