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Chateau du Quengo

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Room & Suite (6)
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HOTEL STYLE
Quaint
Location
Full view
Getting there
St Jacques Airport25 km
Pleurtuit Airport40 km
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Reviewed 21 October 2017

Definitely an experience. Not your everyday chambre d' hote. Really enjoyed our stay, hosts very hospitable and friendly. Large, comfortable room, like going back in time. Kitchen to use if you need it, full use of downstairs rooms, we sat in front of an open...More

Thank stephen c
Reviewed 10 August 2017

This grand chateau is the genuine article. It's a labour of love by Anne and Alfred who have preserved it rather than tarted it up. The three of us stayed in a suite of rooms with a 200 year old bath - but plenty of...More

1  Thank OnTheMagicBus
Reviewed 20 June 2017

We stayed here as a stopover on the way back to Roscoff to catch the ferry and are so glad that we did. Anne couldn’t have been kinder to a hot and tired English couple, arriving much later than we had originally planned. The Chateau...More

Thank LizLamport
Reviewed 12 June 2015

This is one of those places where you go for the experience and the history. You are staying in a private house untouched by the modern world. If you are over 70 you need to be fit to manage the stairs especially if you are...More

Thank Christopher G
Reviewed 23 July 2014

Chateau du Quengo is one of the most beautiful and Interesting places I have stayed. From the warm welcome from Anne, to the homely living rooms and large table for breakfast every part of this chateau makes you feel comfortable and at home. Our room...More

1  Thank Catriona111
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"We stayed in the stables, so much space!"
LizLamport
20 Jun. 2017
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"Avoid the 'servants quarters' on the second floor."
F2896EPchristopherg
12 Jun. 2015
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"any room is good"
robbo007Bucharest
22 Jul. 2014
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"Ask for the one with a view on the front of the house"
GaelleLondon
11 Jul. 2013
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LOCATION
FranceBrittanyIlle-et-VilaineIrodouer
NUMBER OF ROOMS
3
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