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Myriam et Philippe Brezillon
78 voie d'accès aux port


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Myriam and Philippe warmly invite you to their delightful castle, which dates back to the late 19th century.

Located in the heart of Morlaix, above the port and main square, Ker-Huella offers a convenient and picturesque setting. The city center, with its array of shops and restaurants, is just a short stroll away. Additionally, the stunning Morlaix Bay and its beautiful beaches are a mere 15-minute drive from the castle.

Set amidst a spacious 1.5 acre park, boasting charming flower gardens and shaded areas, Ker-Huella provides a tranquil retreat after a day of exploring.

Our recently renovated rooms, designed in the style of the 19th century, are both comfortable and bright. Each room is equipped with its own private bathroom and toilet.

For those arriving by train, the TGV station is within walking distance, allowing for a swift and convenient arrival at Ker-Huella.


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Starting from the tourist port, you can reach this location in just two minutes. Begin by taking the "Quai de LEON" and continue along the docks with the boats on your right. Pass by the famous "Manufacture des Tabacs" and at the rotunda, turn left onto the "Voie d'accès aux port" (the street that provides access to the port). Proceed uphill and at the intersection, continue straight. After driving for approximately 200 meters (218 yards), you will come across the property walls. Look for an entrance gate on your left and enter through it. Congratulations, you have now arrived at Kerhuella. Follow the tree-lined path downhill and take the first street door on your right. Welcome to our estate!



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  • Morlaix Viaduct: A stunning architectural marvel, the Morlaix Viaduct is a must-visit attraction near the given address. This impressive structure spans the town's river and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Morlaix Old Town: Explore the charming cobbled streets and medieval buildings of Morlaix's Old Town. Admire the half-timbered houses, visit the Saint-Melaine Church, and discover the vibrant local shops and cafes.
  • Maison à Pondalez: Step back in time with a visit to Maison à Pondalez, a unique 16th-century house with a distinctive overhanging gallery. This well-preserved architectural gem offers a glimpse into the region's rich history.
  • Cairn de Barnenez: Located a short distance away, Cairn de Barnenez is one of Europe's oldest megalithic monuments. This Neolithic burial mound offers guided tours and provides insights into the ancient civilization that built it.
  • Château du Taureau: Take a boat trip to the Château du Taureau, a fortress located on a small island in the Bay of Morlaix. Explore the castle's ramparts, learn about its maritime history, and enjoy the panoramic views of the bay.
  • Morlaix Bay: Enjoy the natural beauty of Morlaix Bay, known for its picturesque landscapes, sandy beaches, and clear waters. Take a leisurely stroll along the coast, go for a swim, or simply relax and soak up the serene atmosphere.
  • La Maison Penanault: Visit La Maison Penanault, a historic mansion that now serves as a cultural center and art gallery. Admire the exhibitions showcasing contemporary art, photography, and local cultural heritage.
  • Saint-Thégonnec Church: Discover the architectural masterpiece of Saint-Thégonnec Church, a beautiful example of Breton Gothic style. Marvel at its intricate stained glass windows, impressive bell tower, and ornate interior.
  • Château de Kerjean: Located a short drive away, the Château de Kerjean is a magnificent Renaissance-style castle. Explore its grand halls, manicured gardens, and learn about the castle's history through exhibitions and guided tours. 10. Roscoff: Take a day trip to the nearby coastal town of Roscoff. Known for its charming harbor, historic buildings, and thalassotherapy spas, Roscoff offers a delightful atmosphere and is famous for its delicious locally grown onions. These attractions near the given address provide a diverse range of experiences, from historical and architectural wonders to natural beauty and cultural landmarks.

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