« Chateau de Keronic »
Keronic Park, designed by Legendre around 1880, is interesting both by its plants in land of Heath - rhododendrons, camellias and hydrangeas - old - Virginia Tulip, sequioas, araucarias trees... and is decorated with a pond and a French garden.
The castle today
The lordship of Queronic or Keronic was Henry de Launay in 1427, Eudo de Kervilio in 1536 and in his family in the 17th century. In 1717 the building passed by marriage to the Lenvos Carpenter, who kept it until the French Revolution. In the 19th century, the Castle went into the Harscouet of St. George family, it is always in this family. This beautiful house from the 15th and 17th centuries (large circular tower at the rear, two pavilions on either side of the entrance to the courtyard) several times restored, has a pond and a private chapel, and is surrounded by a large wood. Keronic Park designed by Legendre around 1880, is remarkable with its rhododendrons, plants land of Heather, camellias, hydrangeas and its exotic trees, sequioas, araucarias, etc. It features a pond and a garden to the French.
My castle is visitable
Open for the heritage days and appointments to the gardens.