If you wish to discover Normandy as a lover, with friends or family, from a typical village of the Pays d'Auge, this old mill will be your haven of peace. It is tastefully restored on 2 levels in a beautiful green setting worthy of Monet (park of 1 hectare). You will be seduced by the soft murmur of the river inhabited by Fario trout, eels and other sea trout. Charming atmosphere guaranteed!
Ideal location to discover this magnificent region, its cider route, its manor houses and small typical villages (Moyaux, Blangny le Chateau, Cambremer), its stud farms and of course the seaside which is less than 30 km away (Deauville). Not recommended for young children as it is situated near the water. For larger children, ping pong and badminton tables are available.
lower Normandy to discover
When we think of Lower Normandy, we think first and foremost of its coastlines bathed by the English Channel, which were the scene of the Allied landings in 1944: these beaches today form a trail of remembrance along the Nacre coast. In another register, prestigious seaside resorts, whose reputation for beaches is well established, make up the "Côte Fleurie": Honfleur, Cabourg, and the best known for its film festival, Deauville, with its boards, its palaces and casinos, and its population of the most posh. Further west, the Cotentin peninsula and the inland are marked by the Normandy bocage and its half-timbered farms, forming a pretty, green and well-kept countryside. From this terroir come Norman specialities, cider, calvados, camembert or tripe from Caen, the prefecture. Situated in the heart of the Normandy plain, the city houses its memorial, dedicated to reflection on war and how to avoid it. Finally, at the western end of the region, a visit to the spectacular Mont Saint-Michel and its bay continues to move the crowds.
Week : 450,00 € (High-season)
Mean(s) of payments : Postal or bank cheques, Cash
Languages spoken :
Pets allowed : yes