Surrounded by extensive forested grounds, this textbook 17th-century granite manor, landmarked by a sturdy tower and filled with precious antiques, offers enviable lodgings; guest rooms vary greatly in size, but most have terraces overlooking the peaceful country garden. Another plus is its fine seafood restaurant (closed mid-November to March), which is reserved for guests only. Highlights on Chef Frédéric Abraham's acclaimed menu include braised monkfish and homard
grillé (grilled lobster).
12 km (7 miles) northeast of Douarnenez, Plonévez-Porzay, 29550, France