The Manoir well preserved and still inhabited rises in a pleasant green setting near a pond. It keeps the impression and the charm of the high time. This beautiful Breton feudal ensemble still possesses its fortified enclosure with its towers and crenellated walls which protected it from armed bands and looters who raged in the region during the Wars of Religion (sixteenth century).
Le Plessis Josso Built around 1330 by Sylvestre Josso, ducal squire, during the turbulent period of the War of Succession of Brittany (14th century), he then passed by alliance in the powerful family Rosmadec and served as residence for important figures such as a bishop, seneschals and governors of Breton cities. At the end of the eighteenth century it became the property of the family Le Mintier Léhélec who still lives today.
My castle is visitable
Guided tours :
Every day from July 1st to September 1st from 14h to 19h,
On request, all year.
From 15 people.
Duration of visits: 45 minutes on average.
Guided tours inside and outside.
Chapter 1 Rates
Normal rate: 6 €
Young rate: 4 € for children (- 7 years free)