The Orient the outskirts of Quimper

image An immobile and refined journey between Brittany and India. The happy marriage of two cultures, where Breton stones and landscapes serve as a setting for the graceful volutes of a decor entirely inspired by this enchanting elsewhere.

An incredible destiny 

If India holds in these places a place of choice, it is neither a chance, nor a fad of the new owners Mr. and Mrs. Sergeant. This choice is a tribute to the one who built this elegant manor house. Indeed, this noble building of the eighteenth century, with clean lines and clear, was the home of Rene Madec (1736-1784). Breton became a Nabob in the East Indies, a man with an incredible destiny. A life of adventure that would bring him back, filled with honor and wealth in his native country where he built this beautiful retreat to end his quiet life tumultuous. Unfortunately, he lived there for only two years, before dying. Today the manor of René Madec has become a place of reception and a hotel of charm.

This choice is a tribute to the one who built this elegant manor house. Indeed, this noble building of the eighteenth century, with clean lines and clear, was the home of Rene Madec (1736-1784). Breton became a Nabob in the East Indies, a man with an incredible destiny. A life of adventure that would bring him back, filled with honor and wealth in his native country where he built this beautiful retreat to end his quiet life tumultuous. Unfortunately, he lived there for only two years, before dying. Today the manor of René Madec has become a place of reception and a hotel of charm.

A remarkable extension

From the large path that borders the English garden, the visitor is first of all seduced by the elegance of the original manor house. Then at the back of this house which now houses large reception rooms, the hosts of Mr. and Mrs. Sergeant have the pleasant surprise to discover another building also bewitching.
Inspired by the architecture of the eighteenth century, this building which hosts the hotel part of the site, gives the pleasant impression of having traversed the centuries in beauty. These walls are of the 21st century, and it was in October 2007 that the construction of this small hotel was completed.
A remarkable achievement wanted and thought by Mr. and Mrs. Sergeant with the support of craftsmen, masons, stonemasons and carpenters chosen for their valuable know-how and knowledge of ancient architectural techniques.

An old-fashioned construction

The facade and the architecture of the hotel were designed and built by a mason working in the old style.
It was able to find the balances the harmony of the proportions of an 18th century building. The soft lines and light colors of the granite walls and lime plaster give the whole a beautiful patina, accentuated by the size stones recovered from a ruined mansion in the area.
Inside , the choice of materials, the woods, the stone voluntarily left rough and apparent create a natural environment, at the same time warm, sober and chic.