En Normandie: Moulin du 16 è siècle
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
|Living space||240 square meters|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
|Theme||Historic, River, Rural, Waterfront|
Description from the owner
Large (240m2) and charming house located 30 minutes from Normandy landing beaches of June 6, 1944, 15 min from Sainte-Mère-Eglise, at 1:30 Mont-Saint-Michel.
With 10 minutes to a small town (Valognes) or you will find shops, pharmacy, doctors, hospital, cinema, bike rental ......
Grande (240m2) et belle maison de charme située en Normandie à 30mn des plages du débarquement du 6 juin 1944, à 15 mn de Sainte-Mère-Eglise, à 1h30 du Mont-Saint-Michel.
Avec à 10mn une petite ville (VALOGNES) ou vous trouverez: commerces, pharmacie, médecins, hôpital, cinéma, location de bicyclettes......
En Normandie: Moulin du 16 è siècle
Negreville, Normandy, France
Additional Location Information
Location Type River, Rural, Waterfront
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$321||$321||$1,925||$7,700||3 nights|
|All Dates||$321||$321||$1,925||$7,700||3 nights|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 10, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
We (family of 4, two teenaged boys) enjoyed a week in the Mill House on the spacious property of this Chateau. The ancient stone buildings have been authentically restored and updated with all modern conveniences. All the rooms are lovely and comfortable, and beautifully decorated with antiques.
The nearby village (5 - 10 min drive) has an excellent green grocer, fish market, butcher, several bakeries and a wine shop. We enjoyed preparing meals on the grill and in the spacious kitchen.
Madame and Monsieur are as charming as their home. They gave us a tour of the chateau and explained the extensive restoration process. They are master artists and it is obvious this project is a work of the heart.
We spent one afternoon hiking in the adjacent park and made day-trips to the D-Day Beaches, Mont St Michel and Bayeux. This location is ideal for exploring the many historic sites on the Cotentin Peninsula and in Basse-Normandie.
Several farm animals and birds enhanced our visit. One of our favorite memories is of walking along the canal one evening at sunset, 'chatting' to the black swan and watching the sun gild the stone and glass of the chateau. Paradise!
NAVA & SIMCHA
A vacation beyond expectations
We came two couples to the cottage.It was wonderfull. The rooms are decorated beautifuly and are very confortable. the kitchen is fully equipped and modern.The service was warm hearty. We enjoied the woods and the fields &the; beautifull castle.we felt like the royal familly and had a wonderfull vacation.Recommended warmly.
A wonderful place
We stayed in the Mill for a week last august and had a wonderful time. The Mill itself is a lovely spacious house which is beautifully decorated and the situation is peace and quiet itself. The surrounding area is has lots to do and there are wonderful beaches within easy reach.
An exceptionally special place!
We spent two weeks at Mill House in July 2012. There were 7 of us spanning 3 generations and we all had a great time! Annick and Jean-Jacques were incredible hosts and nothing was too much trouble. Our son is in a wheelchair and Jean-Jacques made some minor alterations which resulted in major advantages to our stay! The house was very comfortable, the surroundings amazingly beautiful and the area not at all touristy. Indeed Jean-Jacques told us that everyone drives through the area on their way south - all the better for those who visit this part of Normandy! We liked being able to reach 3 different coastlines in just over half an hour; they are all quite different and worth exploring. There can be few places as special, which is why we are returning this year!