Château de Ker Nelly, built in 1895 as a private vacation villa and soon after expanded into the Neo-Gothic style we see today, is situated on the Côté de Granit Rose (Rose Granite Coast) of France in Trébeurden, Bretagne (Brittany) —just a stone’s throw from the sea and situated south-west with fabulous panoramic views.
|Streamlined furnishings, linens and tableware allow the detailed architectural elements to shine..|
|Old meets new. All the modern conveniences, beautifully integrated.|
|Weekly, nightly and weekend rates
The château accommodates up to 20 if you would like to rent the entire property for the week.
Otherwise, a room for two can be had for just 100-130 euro per night during the low/mid-season.
Trébeurden, Bretagne (Brittany, FR)
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A 1922 postcard showing Ker Nelly in the background.
postcard image via (here)
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