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Le manoir de Saint-Quijeau, visite

Heritage event ,  Guided tour in Lanvénégen
  • Come and discover or rediscover this mansion and follow the progress of the restoration work... A visit that promises to be exceptional!

  • “The site of Saint Quijeau has been inhabited since the Iron Age. The ancestral manor listed since the 15th century belongs successively to the families of Rest, Guégant, Kervénozaël. With the marriage of Marie-Françoise de Kervénozaël with Nicolas louis de Plouec in 1731, the manor will be completely transformed to take its current form. The chapel is dated 1745. In 1763, the castle then became the property of the Botdéru family through the marriage of Jeanne de Ploeuc with René de Botdéru...
    “The site of Saint Quijeau has been inhabited since the Iron Age. The ancestral manor listed since the 15th century belongs successively to the families of Rest, Guégant, Kervénozaël. With the marriage of Marie-Françoise de Kervénozaël with Nicolas louis de Plouec in 1731, the manor will be completely transformed to take its current form. The chapel is dated 1745. In 1763, the castle then became the property of the Botdéru family through the marriage of Jeanne de Ploeuc with René de Botdéru who only lived there occasionally, being installed at the Château de Kerdrého in Plouay. Their son Victor de Botdéru will sell it at the beginning of the 19th century. It will become a farm and deteriorate significantly. It was bought by Mr. Ebzant in 1996 who began some restorations and had it registered as a Historic Monument in 1998 (all buildings and gardens). The current owners bought it in 2016 and began a major restoration, starting with the east wing including the chapel. » Mr. de Moucheron, owner Meet at 2:30 p.m. at the Saint-Quijeau manor in Lanvénégen Duration: 2 hours Price: free Reservation recommended on 02 97 23 23 23 Speaker: Cosme de Moucheron, owner
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  • On July 15, 2022