Delightfully lush and peaceful setting for this property, rich in history. Amid the ruins of the 15th century chateau, the manoir was built in the late 18th century and enjoys 2 hectares of land with direct access to the Coëtquen forest with its walking tracks and bridle paths. The manoir consists on the ground floor: a fitted kitchen with AGA, eating area leading to a laundry room, WC and lift to the first floor. The dining room offers an open fireplace together with an informal seating area. The wood panelled sitting room with its log burner is an invitation to curl up with a favourite book! On the first floor, you will find five bedrooms - two with ensuite shower rooms - a bathroom and a shower room as well as access to the lift. In the annex, which could be used as a gite or for 'granny' ,on the ground floor is a sitting room with fitted kitchen and a bedroom/study with ensuite shower room. Upstairs is a bedroom with ensuite bathroom with bath and separate shower. Outside , the outbuildings include a garage; wood store; stables; kennels; chicken sheds together with a three storey ancient hall which is part of the original chateau. A rare find - with good communications to Dinan (20 minutes); St Malo (40 minutes) and Rennes (40 minutes).