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Manoir de Kerazan

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Quite small but very nicely maintained with some interesting history in the rooms.We liked the exhibition attached to the house consisting of shell pictures by a local gentleman and we especially liked talking to the nice local lady who incidentally had the same name as the
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We enjoyed our visit to the Manoir. The staff member at reception quickly switched to English to assist us in buying our tickets, providing the discount available via the Cultural Passport and also giving an explanation about a concert which was on that evening and about the
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Drove from Benodet in early September especially to visit this attraction. We had checked the opening times and the accessibility (I'm a wheelchair user) on the tourist brochure to ensure it was open and arrived to find that they had decided to close earlier in the season, due
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I'll get straight to the main point, this is a fabulous place and well worth a visit. The Manor House is beautiful and clearly very well maintained. The grounds are stunning and perfect for a relaxed stroll and/or picnic on a warm sunny day. In fact, the only thing that lets
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Kerazan Manor is a delightful country house in spacious grounds near Loctudy, 25 km from Quimper. A five hectare (12 acres) English-style park was laid out in 1765 with ornamental lake and a kitchen garden that has been revived today. Less than 30 years later the owner took part
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