A hundred Malouinières there are in the region Malo shipowners were country houses , traders with long courts already have their mansion in Saint Malo Intra Muros. Having a Malouinière allowed them to receive at discretion away from the hubbub of the city and crowded quays bustling with activities.
One recognizes a Malouinière the following characters: the main house with one or two annexes in the same alignment , a farmhouse , the dovecote , the chapel, the vegetable garden, the orchard , the garden, the courtyard and the canal around of the House. Note also the roof -shaped boat overturned hull , a marine carpentry attic and especially large fireplaces , almost all rooms have them.
Note also on the roofs of pottery called " fire pots " or " ridge cob " indicating that the shipowner was sworn and commissioned by King Louis XIV for trade in India and elsewhere.
The Chateau de Launay Blot, broad area , is one of them ! Located in the Bay of Mont Saint Michel , near Dol de Bretagne , and 20 minutes of Cancale, Dinard, Dinan, Combourg and Saint Malo, our comfortable and spacious guest rooms welcome you all year in the quiet of the countryside .
To relax pink and green lounges are available to chat, read newspapers or play the piano.