In the delightful Normandy countryside sits this enchanting Chateau. This 18th century chateau is a lived in and loved family home that offers grand but comfortable accommodation for great value.
The Chateau is 30 minutes from the dramatic Normandy sandy beaches overlooking Jersey. The chateau had an interesting part to play in the Second World War. It was commandeered by the German army and became one of their HQs for communications.
The Chateau can sleep 27 guests. Also on site there is a Carriage House (sleeps 12), and the Mews (sleeps 5) that can be booked along with the chateau making the maximum capacity for the estate 44 guests. Being so close to the UK this is a superb long weekend chateau retreat. The chateau is rented on a self catering basis but catering is possible on request.
Interior and grounds
The chateau can sleep up to 27 guests and comprises 3 reception rooms, a large fully equipped kitchen, a hall and a boot room. There are 11 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms and a downstairs WC.
The chateau is centrally heated, and comes with wooden floors, French windows, and giant beams. The grounds incorporate woodlands, an orchard, a large barn, playing fields and a BBQ area.
Location and local information
There is a phenomenal amount to do in Normandy. Cherbourg port is 15km away, and the charming town of Brix is 3km away.
Surfing is possible of course and it is well worth visiting the Second World War landing beaches and museums.
For the nocturnal there is always the Cherbourg casino and night club.
Catering and services
If assistance is needed with catering the owners can organize breakfasts. An English chef, James, is available for hire for any special occasions. Please enquire.