Beautiful French Manoir


Parent of The bride

Mr + Mrs Beckham

Parent of The Groom

Mr + Mrs William

The Bride


The Groom



Le Manoir

This incredibly charming property retains much of its atmosphere you long for in an original French Manoir dating back to the 17th Century.

Recently renovated we have kept its original features.

The stone fireplaces, beamed ceilings all add to the rustic style of the property whilst retaining its quirks and charms.


l'espace de vie

Once you arrive inside this wonderful house, you will find yourself in the main lounge/dining room, suitable for all types of entertaining and spectacular drawing room situated on the second floor.


la cuisine

The kitchen is well-equipped with a breakfast table, cooker, oven, Tassimo coffee machine, dishwasher and most electrical goods. We have free WIFI and English TV channels.

All the facilities are fully functional and safety checked.


les chambres

Upstairs on the second floor you will find the main bedroom which is both grand and opulent in its design. There is a Louis VI four poster bed which our guests love and this bedroom has its own newly decorated ensuite bathroom with sink, bath and shower.

On the third floor there are 3 bedrooms, one twin, double and single bedroom. The bedrooms share a recently refurbished bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower.


les jardins

The landscaped gardens are beautiful and includes secluded areas of woodland and trees. There is an outdoor area with tables and chairs for al fresco entertainment and leisure time.


Autre Info

The property now has free WIFI available to all guests for your pleasure.

All rooms and the gardens are fully accessible.

Our guests say "It's a place you want to visit time and time again, very special indeed."



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In 1503, Coatudual was a noble fortress held by one of the forty-nine Taulesian gentlemen who were subject to the blood tax. Around 1700, the house was home to Messire René de Coetlogon and his wife Catherine Denys, lady of Pontlo. One of their sons left his mother's house to join Duguay-Trouin in the expedition to Rio de Janeiro in 1711. His sister, the last niece of Marshal de Coetlogon, Admiral of France, died at Coatudual in 1789, at the age of 93.




Additional Info

Local Area

Taulé is a quiet and friendly village with local amenities including a supermarket, butchers, bakers, bars and a fantastic restaurant. Within a 10-minute drive you can find yourself in the viaduct town of Morlaix, truly a stunning experience! You can reach the beautiful beaches of Carantec in a 15 minute drive and discover the wonderful More…

Getting Around

The best way of getting around is by car or if you’re a cyclist you will be in bike heaven! There is parking for 4-5 cars in the driveway. The nearest airport is a 45 minute drive from Brest airport (50 minute flight from Southampton FlyBe). There are regular flights (50 minute) from London Stansted More…


We have a full housekeeping service (superb local housekeeper) which is available to our guests and includes check in/out, cleaning and laundry service. Heating, electricity and gas are included in the price.

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