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Manoir du Hilguy

Brittany, France


Walk Instructions

This circuit uses an array of good tracks, with just a little walking by the side of quiet roads. Plogastel is an unassuming large village, with shops and café/bars with which visitors to Hilguy will soon be familiar. There is a calvary close to the church.

Walk out of the car park and turn right as if going to Plogastel, then turn first right towards Quimper, marked Menez Ogan or go through the woods at the back of the Manoir, very pretty, bringing you out on the same road. In either case look out for Menez Ogan farm on the right.

1. Turn left opposite the farm, into a rising earth track, a little muddy in wet weather. After a short distance, turn sharp left along a sunken path under trees. This path continues rising at first between old stone walls, now much covered with vegetation. At the end of this path turn left into a field and follow around the edge, pausing at the highest point for a view over Plogastel. Turn left into a path between stone walls and then right along a narrow path leading to a tarred farm track. Just before reaching the main road, turn left opposite the last house on the right onto a path leading into a narrow leafy lane.

2. Go along an avenue consisting mainly of chestnut trees. Keep straight on until you reach the D140 road. Turn left and follow the road for about a quarter of a mile, where you reach Kervil Farm (on your left). Ignore the first road signposted Kervil and in another 100 metres at a second Kervil sign turn left.

3. Rise for about 150 metres, then turn right at a T junction and go onto a path which continues along the left hand edge of a small field.

4. Continue across the field, followed by a sunken lane under trees. Go round a tight left bend, ignore a path bending back to the right, but keep straight on at a crosspaths, now steadily downhill. The path gets quite steep. At the bottom turn left passing a fontaine (on your right). After a short distance go right at the junction with a wall ahead and rise up the valley side, turning left at a corner of the same wall, and up into Plogastel almost opposite the pharmacy. Turn left to walk past the Proxi grocery store and then turning right to pass in front of the church building.

5. After a visit to the church (access from the door side of the post office's car park) you can stop for lunch or a drink at the Kastel restaurant opposite the church (workers restaurant open lunch time only Monday to Saturday).

6. For the return walk to the Manoir, follow the safe footpath and avoid walking along the road.


Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.


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