At the heart of the Pays de Caux, country Maupassant, Thiouville Castle stands on the edge of a small rural village 15 minutes from the beaches of the Alabaster Coast. This includes cliffs among the highest in the world. Amid a 4-hectare park with ancient trees, an orchard, stables and a tennis court, its origin dates back to the Middle Ages which retains monumental cellars. It fits into a "closed farm 'traditional habitat Caux surrounded by beech hedges that protect it. The current building dates from the mid 18th century and is the model of a Norman manor from the end of the Old Regime. Built of brick, stone and flint, it has retained its interior decoration (woodwork, fireplaces, flooring), while having been fully restored in full respect of its original character in the last 10 years. Large windows and south facing orientation provide plenty of light for all parts. The castle has all the elements of comfort (equipped kitchen, central heating, wifi, furnished bedrooms and living rooms tastefully) in a quiet but close to many attractions of Normandy.
The castle Thiouville Was first build in the Middle Ages goal Largely reconstructed in the 18th Century (goal HAS Kept impressive cellars from the origin). Its decoration (wood panels, fireplaces ...) has-been scrupulously preserved ever since by successive landlords. The castle Was completely Call restored and Modernized ten years ago, keeping icts distinctive character of a Norman gentry property, in the style of Maupassant's short stories (Maupassant Lived A Few kms from the castle)
It is nestled in a 4-hectare English garden with old trees (some are three centuries old), an orchard, and a tennis court. Main rooms are south-oriented, with light and sun all day long present. The village of Thiouville is 1 km far from the castle.