Ordered to architect Walter-André Destailleur by James de Kerjégu, eminent member of political life in the 19th century, the Château de Trévarez blends Victorian and Neo-gothic styles to typically Breton materials. Finished in 1903, it was then a true technological display, with wiring, running water and even an elevator! Particularly damaged during the bombings of 1944, its renovation work spread into the early 21st century. Beside the pinkish facades, a chapel located on the property bears witness to one of its past lives. Listed as a national monument in 2009, the castle stands proud high above the domain, from which you can enjoy unobstructed views over the 85 hectares of English gardens (awarded the “remarkable garden” label). It is among the 50 largest camelia gardens in the world. On site, you can also visit restored stables, a vast forest, a pond and an ornamental lake.
The place is regularly hosting festivals and exhibitions. You should therefore plan your visit accordingly to make the best of them. Lastly, for family outings, lighting effects and displays will entertain and amaze your children at dusk!
Château de Trévarez
29520 Saint Goazec
+33 (0)2 98 26 82 79