« From Picardy and Paris, we have acquired the castle of the cross path end 2013. Located near Combourg, between Rennes and Saint-Malo, the entire property was abandoned for more than 15 years. The Castle and its outbuildings have required many works. After 4 years of renovation, we are settled in December 2017. We opened our 5 rooms in early summer 2018. »
The castle of the cross road is a Breton House of the seventeenth century located in the heart of the Romantic Brittany, near Combourg in the Ille-et-Vilaine. Counts and Viscounts, countesses, and viscountess lived in these places over the last 4 centuries.
Nestled in a park of 4 hectares with trees and flowers, the Castle offers 5 beautiful rooms spacious and decorated with passion. Furniture selected, old carpets, authentic paintings bring to interior design the charm of life in a castle.
Close to prestigious sites such as Mont Saint-Michel, Saint-Malo, Cancale, Saint-Lunar, River, Dinan, Dinard, glass or even reindeer, the castle of the way cross is at the center of a must-have for lovers tourism star of the Brittany.
Each room has a private bathroom well equipped to meet the current standards of comfort. Linen and toiletries as well as a courtesy tray (water, coffee, tea, herbal teas, biscuits) are available to our guests in the rooms. Breakfast is included in the delivery and served in the large dining room of the Castle before the secular and imposing granite fireplace.
For a moment of relaxation and conversation, the blue room welcomes guests who, winter, wish to meet in front of the fire before joining their room.
In the spring and summer, in the heart of the Park, heated pool offers our guests of sports or rest.
Time for a romantic and tourist stay in upper Brittany, at the castle of the cross way, our guests are the Castle.
The castle today
The last County to have lived in the castle of the cross path is Joseph-Benoît hopper of the said Tower Job, death in 2000 and buried in the small cemetery of Saint-light-des-Prés (35270).
The field, from the top of its 400 years, probably has a lot of stories to tell. We'll find them in the archives of the castle which remain to be explored.