Beautiful set of the eighteenth century. Residence of parliamentary counselor, chapel eighteenth century restored, courtyard, terraced gardens, well and orangery.
The residence was built on an old castle of the same name by parliamentarians, The Jegon of Laz, largely inspired by the works in vogue at that time and by Versailles. They stayed there until the French Revolution. Trégarantec was acquired in 1819 by the Leguen family, whose descendants still live there today, the Denion family.
My castle is visitable
Frequency: Every year
Opening for Heritage Days.
For the occasion, the whole family meets to greet visitors and answer their questions.