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Having spent several years in Ireland with dual citizenship, I have now taken on the responsibility of running a magnificent mansion that serves as a warm and welcoming haven for my international friends and visitors.

Situated on a beautiful peninsula by the sea, the Domaine is located within a tranquil and serene park surrounded by lush greenery and a palm grove. It is conveniently positioned just a short distance from 18km (11 miles) of breathtaking coastal pathways.

My utmost priority is ensuring the quality of your stay. The rooms I provide are not only cozy, but also meticulously maintained, each possessing its own unique charm and character.

The Logonna-Daoulas peninsula boasts an incredibly rich natural and cultural heritage, showcasing attractions such as Rosmorduc’s castle, manors, Saint-Monna’s church, the twelve apostles cross, moulin mer, and the Bendy’s islands. Our microclimate blesses us with a rare and distinctive vegetation, including vibrant mimosas and graceful palm trees.

Nestled between Brest and Quimper, Logonna-Daoulas serves as the perfect base for exploring the wonders of Finistère county. With a plethora of destinations within an hour's reach from the mansion, including the natural park of Armorique, Océanopolis (aquarium), parish enclosures, mounts of Arrée, black mountains, coast of legends, Brest, Quimper, Le Faou, and Crozon’s peninsula, there is no shortage of captivating experiences to be had.

I eagerly await your arrival, ready to provide you with an entirely new and extraordinary experience!


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To reach "port de Moulin Mer/Moulin Mer" from Logonna-Daoulas town centre, simply follow the signposts along D333.



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  • Daoulas Abbey: Located just 2.5 kilometers away, Daoulas Abbey is a beautiful medieval abbey known for its stunning architecture and tranquil surroundings. Visitors can explore the abbey's gardens, cloisters, and exhibitions showcasing various art collections.
  • Logonna-Daoulas Maritime Museum: Situated within walking distance, this museum offers a fascinating insight into the maritime history of the region. Visitors can learn about the local fishing industry, view historical artifacts, and even board a traditional fishing boat.
  • Le Jardin Exotique de Saint-Renan: About 15 kilometers away, this exotic garden is a true gem for nature lovers. It features a vast collection of rare and exotic plants from all over the world. The garden's serene atmosphere provides a perfect spot for a leisurely stroll.
  • Brest Castle: Situated approximately 19 kilometers away, Brest Castle is a historic fortress overlooking the city and the harbor. Visitors can explore the castle's impressive ramparts, visit the museum inside, and enjoy panoramic views of Brest from the top.
  • Oceanopolis: Located about 20 kilometers away in Brest, Oceanopolis is a renowned aquarium and marine center. With various themed pavilions, visitors can discover the diverse marine life found in the world's different oceans, making it an exciting destination for both children and adults.
  • La Pointe de Pen-Hir: Roughly 30 kilometers away, La Pointe de Pen-Hir is a dramatic cliff formation offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can enjoy scenic walks along the coastal paths, marvel at the rock formations, and appreciate the rugged beauty of the landscape.
  • Les Abers: Situated approximately 45 kilometers away, Les Abers refers to the estuaries of two rivers, the Aber Wrac'h and the Aber Benoît. Known for their picturesque landscapes, visitors can explore the charming coastal villages, enjoy sandy beaches, and take boat trips to discover the estuaries' natural beauty.
  • Crozon Peninsula: About 50 kilometers away, the Crozon Peninsula is a stunning natural reserve boasting magnificent cliffs, secluded coves, and beautiful beaches. Visitors can hike along the numerous trails, visit charming villages like Camaret-sur-Mer, and take in the breathtaking coastal scenery.
  • Quimper: Located around 25 kilometers away, Quimper is a charming town famous for its well-preserved medieval city center and the impressive Gothic-style Saint-Corentin Cathedral. Visitors can explore the quaint streets, visit art museums, and browse local shops offering traditional pottery and crafts. 10. Locronan: Situated approximately 45 kilometers away, Locronan is a picturesque village renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Strolling through its narrow streets, visitors can admire the charming stone houses, visit craft workshops, and enjoy the peaceful ambiance of this historical place.

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