A Manor At The Heart Of The Brière Nature Reserve

Located at the heart of the Brière Nature Reserve, not far from the Côte d’Amour, La Baule, Guérande and Morbihan, Le Manoir de Bel Ebat will delight lovers of history and nature.

A manor at the heart of the Brière Nature Reserve
Manoir de Bel Ebat

Crossac, Pays de la Loire, France

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23/06/2015
Located at the heart of the Brière Nature Reserve, not far from the Côte d’Amour, La Baule, Guérande and Morbihan, Le Manoir de Bel Ebat will delight lovers of history and nature and is an excellent base for leisure activities and exploring, such as boat trips in the Brière marshes, the beach at La Baule, delightful small fishing ports, the fortified mediaeval town of Guérande, etc. The region is also rich in manor houses, some of which have been converted into small hotels or B&Bs, just like Le Manoir de Bel Ebat. The building has been comprehensively restored and now has a façade covered with beige rendering and a front garden full of box trees and rose bushes. The large lounge, furnished and decorated with antiques, is where tea and apéritifs are served. The copious breakfasts featuring fresh local produce are served on pretty porcelain in one of the manor-house’s dining rooms. The owners are happy to recommend local restaurants, including some with Michelin stars, for evening meals. Upstairs are the huge guest bedroom and suite with particularly attractive bed linen. The “Tilleul” room is decorated in soft hues and has a small lounge area and a beautiful bathroom with blue-and-white ceramic tiles. The “Eglantine” suite has a double bedroom and a lounge with a single sofabed and a more simple shower room. Behind the house is a large garden containing several “garden lounges” and children’s games that will delight guests of all ages. 

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