|Property type||chateau / country house|
|Minimum Stay||1 - 3 nights|
Castle rental up to 15 people (without the cottage)
Rate from 600 € to 800 € per night.
Contact: 00 33 684812394
16 th century manor house located near Valognes, Cherbourg (ferries) and the d-day beaches with Utah beach , Omaha beach and sainte mere l’église. You will be made very welcome in this property in a quiet environment with 2.5 ha of landscaped garden and a pond. Parking, free Wifi in all the buildings. Restaurants at 3 km.
A poplar alley leads to this impressive manor and its genuine farm buildings (cider-press, old arches and bakery).
We can accommodate maxi 22 guests, in the manor house 15 people and the cottage 7 people. The manor house and the cottage are rent separately.
The manor house (320 m2 for 15 pers):
An old spiral stone staircase leads to the bedrooms on the 1st and 2nd floors. 4 very comfortable double rooms with ensuite bathroom and 2 apartments are available. Total 7 bedrooms with 7 queen beds and 1 single, 6 bathrooms with bathtub or shower. The other rooms available are a lounge, a bar, a large dining room with a full equipped kitchen and a laundry.
The cottage (150 m2 for 7 pers):
A recently renovated 18th century charming cottage surrounded by the garden and the fields with on the ground floor large living and dining, large old fireplace (can't be used), a bar with a full equipped kitchen. On the first floor 3 large rooms with 2 queen size beds and 3 single beds (7 pers). 2 bathrooms equipped with shower or bathtub, wash-hand basin, WC, wood floor in bamboo.
Patios with tables are available in different parts of the garden.
The central position of the Manor will enable you to visit a lot of interest places: "La cité de la mer" in Cherbourg, the Channel Islands, Jersey and Guernsey, the D-Day beaches and its monuments (20 mn from Utah beach, 40 mn from Omaha beach and 10 mn from Sainte Mère l'Eglise), the Mont saint Michel is 1h30 drive.
The main building dates from the 16 th century, but the foundations are still older. Important renovations have been made during the 18 th century. Its setting dates from the Gallo-Roman period and Savigny was joined to the famous roman town of Alauma. The old Roman causeway of Cosedia borders the property.
D-days landing beaches with Utah beach, Omaha beach, Sainte mère l'église.