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Plélan-le-Petit

La Maison Rouge

A secret longère in the heart of the forest in the Côtes-d’Armor

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In the heart of a vast forest near Dinan, a 10-minute walk from the village of Plélan-le-Petit, La Maison Rouge is the ideal base for exploring the Breton coastline in a secluded, unspoilt setting.

A secret longère in the heart of the forest in the Côtes-d’Armor

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"My father bought this ruined farmhouse 500 meters from our house, but never got around to renovating it. It's a family project."

This 20th-century farmhouse, no wider than 7 meters, is 30 meters long. It was once inhabited by a farming family and their four children, who occupied a small part of it, the rest being devoted to farming and animals. Today, only its elongated structure and magnificent stone walls remain, now accentuated by minimalist décor. In 2022, Victor Robert embarked on renovating this house as a homage to his father. With support from his architect family, including Fanny Robert, he reimagined the space to host a dozen guests across five elegant suites, each bathed in subdued colors and boasting expansive park views. Maxime Bouzidi, the mind behind Galerie Signé, collaborated with Victor to craft the house’s industrial loft-inspired interior.

Between traditional construction and industrial style

A glass extension overlooking nature

A glass extension overlooking nature

This 350 m2 house, combining stone, wood, and contemporary touches, gives pride of place to materials and volumes. Expert stonemasons were enlisted to restore the building’s walls and distinctive architecture. With its eight-meter-high ceilings, the living room radiates a sense of grandeur, further enhanced by large openings that connect seamlessly to the outdoors. A glass extension houses a striking blackened wooden table and lounge area, creating a serene spot seemingly nestled within nature. Adding a touch of warmth to the industrial vibe are the oak parquet floors, contrasting with the cathedral ceiling’s steel beams and tie-rods. The modern kitchen, with a central island crowned with a Brazilian marble worktop crafted locally, completes the space elegantly.

So why the “Maison Rouge”? Historically, this atypical farmhouse was distinguished by its red-tiled roof, starkly contrasting the region’s traditional slate roofs.

La Maison is a haven for both nature enthusiasts and sports lovers! Inside, you’ll find a well-equipped gym complete with yoga gear. For those who love to start their day with stretching, the extension offers breathtaking views that truly connect you with the outdoors. Outside, Victor introduced a padel court, creating an ideal spot to try out this highly entertaining racket sport or even host a friendly tournament. The 15-meter swimming pool and the expansive 15-hectare park, nestled in the heart of the forest, provide the perfect backdrop for swimmers and joggers to get inspired and active.

Naturally, participation in the sports program is entirely up to you! Rumor has it that in summer, the pool terrace becomes the stage for unforgettable pool parties. In winter, the focus shifts indoors, where you can snuggle up on the plush red sofas in front of the magnificent stone fireplace, the living room’s focal point. Overlooking the kitchen, a large bookcase gradually fills with books, fostering a culture of sharing and literary exploration among visitors.

Conceived as a refuge nestled between the land and sea riches of the Côtes-d’Armor, La Maison is also a strategic departure point for exploring the region’s treasures, from Dinan to Saint-Malo, offering the perfect balance between peaceful retreat and cultural adventure. The program includes exploring historic sites, immersing yourself in Brittany’s most beautiful landscapes, and discovering the region’s new culinary scene. Nearby, the picturesque village of Plélan-le-Petit, with its shops and restaurants, brings a touch of local life to the serene isolation of La Maison Rouge.

Let the game begin!

Let the game begin!

Conceived as a refuge nestled between the land and sea riches of the Côtes-d’Armor, La Maison is also a strategic departure point for exploring the region’s treasures, from Dinan to Saint-Malo, offering the perfect balance between peaceful retreat and cultural adventure. The program includes exploring historic sites, immersing yourself in Brittany’s most beautiful landscapes, and discovering the region’s new culinary scene. Nearby, the picturesque village of Plélan-le-Petit, with its shops and restaurants, brings a touch of local life to the serene isolation of La Maison Rouge.

The 3 things

we love the most

The spacious, ultra-equipped kitchen
Large openings overlooking the park
Private padel court

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view of the front of the houselarge living room surrounded by bay windowskitchen of the houseturquoise poolbench near the bay windowsliving room open onto the kitchen with red sofasred double bedroomaccess to the house from the path in the gardenhouse terrace and breakfast tablekhaki bedroom with private bathroomyoga room in the housepink bathroombedroom armchairpink dressing room in bedroomsofa in stone living roomdecoration, pot with bouquet on cane chair

Destination Plélan-le-Petit

Transports

Lamballe Station

20 min

Rennes Station

55 min

Restaurants

Zai zai

15 min

La Fleur de Sel

20 min

Les Jardins de la Matz

20 min

Le Bénétin

25 min

Comète

30 min

Shops and Craft workshops

Adam (butcher)

5 min

Dinan market

15 min

Nature, Culture and Heritage

Dinan

15 min

Mont Saint-Michel

20 min

Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer

25 min

Saint-Malo

35 min

La Maison Rouge

22980, Plélan-le-Petit, France

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