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This is probably the most remarkable of the houses in Jugon. Built in 1634 by Jean Sevoy almost on the site of the old fort of Jugon, it is in Louis XIII style with a beautiful tower housing the staircase. At the time, these towers represented the prosperity of the owners, the taller and larger meaning more wealth. From here a short walk takes you to the lake.
Unfortunately, although classed a historical monument, it is now private property and cannot be visited.
Written Jul 19, 2010
Address: rue du Chateau, Jugon.
Plenty of walks to be had in this pleasant little village. A good hour will take you around most the pretty places in town, wheras a map from the Tourist Office (2 euros) will show the rambles and walks further out around the lake and onwards.
Don't be surprised by thr amount of streams and rivulets flowing in town. The lake of Jugon empties here then takes the river Arguenon out to the English Channel near St. Cast
Written Jul 17, 2010
Address: Tourist Office, place du Martray, Jugon-les-Lacs
Phone: 02 96 31 70 75
As it was rather damp the day we ate here, we went inside to the splendidly decorated inner dining room. Very rustic atmosphere and friendly service. Although there are two menus we went "a la carte" and still payed only 65 euros for two inc. kir aperitif, coffee and 50cl of table wine. The pichet of table wine is not on the menus, but just ask.
The restaurant is open Wednesday - Sunday inc.
Favorite Dish: We both had the "Noisettes d'agneau" - Lovely, succulent, melt in the mouth pieces of lamb.
Written Jul 21, 2010
Address: 28 place du Martray,22270 Jugon-les-Lacs
Phone: 02 96 31 61 41