Manoir Audierne

From $4,539 / week



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  • 11 bedrooms
  • 7 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 20
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Bedrooms: 11

Bathrooms: 7

Sleeps: 20

Type: House

Manoir Audierne

Whether you're planning a special family holiday or an exclusive board meeting, you simply won't find a more fascinating, impressive and memorable venue than le Manoir Audierne. The Manoir has been inhabited continually for five hundred years and its current owners have restored and refurbished this magnificent property to an exceptionally high standard.

Situated in Southern Brittany, 7km west of the picturesque fishing port of Audierne, and a short walk from the beautiful beach of St Tugen, the Manoir is available for rental throughout the year.

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Manoir Audierne
Esquibien, Brittany, France
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Ryan Air operates flights from Stansted to Brest and Quimper. Local amenities include: excellent local shopping and restaurants, St Tugen beach only 2.5 km away and Audierne fishing village 7 km away.
Brittany is unsurprisingly France's most visited destination, with its exquisite, rugged landscapes that span inland forests and coastlines, its extensive history, its unique and varied culture and heritage, its superb food and drink and its friendly, helpful people. For sightseeing, sports of all kinds and family activities, the region is hard to beat.
The region of Cap Sizun combines natural beauty, history, heritage, local culture and friendly people to create an almost limitless range of sight-seeing options to suit all tastes and ages. For the full story, contact the local tourist office in Audierne and they'll help you with your choice. You may wish to use bicycles - there are plenty of hire shops in the area.
Aside from world-class hospitality - naturally! - the great passion of the Goring family is sport - in particular sailing and horse-riding. Not least because of its proximity to one of France's great beaches, St Tugen (a short walk away), le Manoir de Lezurec is blessed with extraordinary local facilities.
If you like life on the water, there's sailing, canoeing, sea and river rowing, surfing (St Tugen is a renowned surfing beach), cruising, scuba diving, windsurfing and also fishing. As you'd expect, there's also a great deal of maritime heritage to be enjoyed here. And don't forget le Manoir's own delightful swimming pool!
Audierne is the vibrant, colourful fishing port that's the nearest big town to le Manoir. As well as being a wonderful place to visit in its own right, it's where you'll find most of the shops, food and wine, hotels and restaurants you may need during your stay.
Local specialities include - of course - sea food, patisseries, crêpes, and don't forget the powerful apple brandy, Calvados! For local legumes, perfect croissants, superb seafood and a whole lot more, go to Les Halles, the local daily market. Quimper porcelain makes an ideal gift or souvenir. A fabulous market On Saturday mornings, the Audierne market is one of the great features of the area - not only a great way to stock up the larders at le Manoir, but also good fun for everyone.
Brittany's remarkable religious heritage has produced all sorts of sights and events, most renowned of which perhaps are the various "Pardons". There are events of all kinds throughout the year in Cap Sizun, many of them in the vicinity of Audieme.
In town, in the country or by the sea - there are many delightful routes and guided excursions to choose from.
Included among the many historical sites of interest are the church at St Tugen, the St Raymond Church at Audieme, and the Museum at Pont Croix. There's also a guided tour of Old Audieme.
If you like life on the water, there's sailing, canoeing, sea and river rowing, surfing (St Tugen is a renowned surfing beach), cruising, scuba diving, windsurfing and fishing. As you'd expect, there's also a great deal of maritime heritage to be enjoyed here. And don't forget le Manoir's own delightful swimming pool!

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