Sumary of Pictured: Castel Meur, the stunning French house that’s sandwiched between two enormous rocks:
- This abode in the coastal village of Plougrescant in Brittany, France, dates back to 1861 and was sandwiched – in spectacular fashion – between two huge rocks to help protect it from the area’s notorious storms.
- It’s called Castel Meur, but is also known as La Maison du Gouffre, or ‘the house in the chasm’.
- Castel Meur, pictured, in the coastal village of Plougrescant, Brittany, was sandwiched between two granite boulders to help protect it from the area’s notorious storms Brittany’s tourism board describes Plougrescant as the region’s ‘crazy northernmost point’.
- Plougrescant is known for its rugged beauty, though the Brittany tourism board describes it as the region’s ‘crazy northernmost point’.
- Those hoping to witness Castel Meur for themselves can see the house from nearby coastal pathwaysAs for Castel Meur, it says it is ‘one of the most picturesque houses in Brittany’.