Thursday, February 16, 2012
Good morning, friends! I hope that your weekend was fabulous! With a new week before us, I cannot help but wonder how the weekend went by so fast—in a snap, really—and now we are here on Monday morning. At the end of this last week, I celebrated an Anniversary with my David, taking joy and feeling very, very blessed to have such a beautiful and special relationship…
As for today's interior exploration, I cannot pinpoint a single element suggesting as to why I love this beautiful castle. Maybe it is the lines—the Néogothique style—or maybe it is the open living areas that affords the best views of the sea… maybe the wood tones at different points of the interior, with the infusion of modern elements. Either way, this manor, which dates back to the late 1800's, is certainly inviting, with views that overlook the sea, the Miliau Island, the Bay of Lannion and further on the coastline of Finisterre. Located in the Côté de Granit Rose (Rose Granite Coast) of France, which in Trébeurden, Bretagne, Brittany, the manor welcomes up to twenty guests at one time to stay. Do you enjoy the Néogothique style?
Images: (scanned) Coté Ouest, Fév/Mar '11 by Gilles Trillard | also seen on Linen & Lavender