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The dining room, with a "boat hull" structure, opens out onto a Brittany landscape made up of wild islands and colours of rare intensity. Steeped in the spirit of the open sea, the gastronomic cuisine extends an invitation to travel for the senses. Thanks to an acute sense of balance and combinations, the chef aspires to "a creative cuisine which retains the original flavours of the produce. " A traditional cuisine flavoured by the open sea, with a pinch of modernity and a lot of sincerity. A key product? Lobster, without a doubt...
The Daubé family invites you to the Manoir de Lan Kerellec. Built on the slopes of the Pink Granite Coast at the beginning of the last century, the Manoir is the product of an artist's vision, that of the painter Pierre Gervais. The Daubé family bought it in 1925, and it hasn't changed hands nor spirit since then. Emile Daubé (1885-1961), who was a painter close to Marin Marie and a teacher at the Beaux-Arts academy, perpetuated the passion for art here before passing it on to his descendants. Now it's your turn to immerse yourself in the Manoir's exceptional setting, which is a source of inspiration for all those who visit.