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“Wonderfully French, real character and great hosts.”
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Manoir de la Combe
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Pleucadeuc
Chepstow, Wales, United Kingdom
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“Wonderfully French, real character and great hosts.”
Reviewed October 16, 2011

Exactly what we were hoping for.. a characterful, charming traditional French manor house.
Huge rooms with one of the largest beds we had ever seen, and comfortable too. The bathroom was lovely and everything we needed was supplied, didn't need to ask for anything. We didn't take breakfast. The dinner was superb, home cooked by Agnes. Our hosts Joseph and Agnes were fantastic, and very helpful and friendly, they also gave us an upgrade.
Walking distance,15 minutes from Maletrois and within easy reach of Vannes, Josselin and Ploermel. Would we return,, in a trice! We had a brilliant few days in a great location with two delightfully friendly and accommodating people.

  • Stayed October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Frodsham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed July 17, 2011

We had four very comfortable nights in this old french manoir in a charming bedroom with a magnificent bathroom. Monsieur et Madame, themselves very charming, were not only extremely helpful and obliging but also cooked the most delicious dinners. True, the hotel is somewhat isolated but we found we were able to walk to Malestroit, with it's medieval centre, in only 15 minutes. The walk back, up the steep hill, was somewhat longer! An interesting and delightful place to stay.

  • Stayed July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Tampa, Florida
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Reviewed April 5, 2011

We were a party of 4 mature adults with 3 roooms for 2 nights and 2 wonderful dinners. We almost missed this gem because there is no lift, but our host Joseph deposited our bags in our rooms before we had finished checking in. Agnes is a wonderful cook and the menu varies daily, and if you're really lucky she will share culinary tips with you. Our rooms were spacious, well appointed and comfortable. Bathrooms are updated and have towels not typically found in French hotels--absorbent and sizable--plus good blow dryers. Parking was a breeze. Joseph showed us around the grounds and explaned his longterm plans. Great location for visiting the standing stones in Carnac and the surrounding medieval villages. Our only complaint was we only had 2 nights here...no one was disappointed

  • Stayed March 2011, traveled with friends
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Des Moines, Iowa
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Reviewed July 30, 2010

My husband, I and our mothers spent about a week at the Monoir in June. Our hosts were the nicest, funniest, most charming people we have ever met. We really hated to leave. The rooms were very clean and comfortable with all the amenities. The towels were large and soft and the beds comfortable. The restaurant served excellent breakfast and delicious dinners. We had a wonderful time conversing with the owners about all sorts of things. It was a little tricky to find the hotel but there are signs if you come through Malesroit. It seems closer to that village than to Pleucadeuc. It is a very quiet, country location. From this home-base we traveled all around the southern part of beautiful Britagne. By the end of the week we hated to leave our new friends. We have wonderful memories of Manoir de la Combe and it's innkeepers. Merci beaucoup to J and A. from D, S, P and B

  • Stayed June 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 16, 2010

Like most of the manoirs in this region, the Manoir de la Combe is hidden in the French countryside - but very easy to find if you follow the instructions on their web site. It is also well signed along the road. Drive carefully though - the road is narrow.

When you enter the driveway of the Manoir, it feels as though you could be in a carriage back in the early 1800's

Our welcome was wonderful and we were made to feel right at home. We understood from the "patron" that the manoir has been in operation for only a couple of years, after extensive renovations. The renovations are still progressing, but are no hindrance to guests. The bedrooms are large, bright and modern, with modern facilities. The dining room is bight and clean. We took the demio pension, and the evening meal was a gastronic delight, with the table attentively waited on by our host. Of course, there was a wide selection of wines and cheeses.

The area is good for exploring, including the old market town of Malestroit. Our hosts were quick to direct us to Malestroit as it was market day, and also Rochefort en Terre, a beautiful little town.

If you are in this area, do not hesitate to stop at the Manoir de la Combe.

Euchreman, Oakville, Canada

  • Stayed May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Property: Manoir de la Combe
Address: La Combe d'en Haut, 56140 Pleucadeuc, France
Location: France > Brittany > Morbihan > Pleucadeuc
Amenities:
Restaurant
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Pleucadeuc
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:3 star — Manoir de la Combe 3*
Number of rooms: 8
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The charm of an old manor house set in the middle of 7 acres of beautiful wooded parkland, an ideal setting for inner peace and tranquility. An atmosphere where warmth and cosiness rhyme with personal attention to service. Totally redecorated, all our rooms named after the magic islands of the gulf of morbihan opens on to the park. For business or just to enjoy yourself, this is the ideal place in our beautiful region where you'll be welcomed in a friendly and cosy atmosphere. ... more   less 

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