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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House


Nestled at the foot of a Cistercian Abbey, the Manoir de La Pataudière is one of these rare mansions that turn simple holiday into a special stay.

« Le Pressoir » is a self-catering gite settled in this small manor from the XVII and XVIII centuries.

Above a former apple store, “Le Pressoir” is a character apartment with exposed beams and stones, perfectly fitted for a family with kids. Its duplex form separates day space from night space. Connecting bedrooms are on the first floor while there are below a spacious living-room (with a magnificent decorative Louis XIV fireplace) and an open plan kitchen.

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Falaise, Normandy, France

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Additional Location Information

The Manoir de La Pataudière is located in Villers-Canivet, a charming village of the Pays de Falaise, medieval city of William The Conqueror (castle).
Falaise : 7 km (all amenities)
Caen : 28 km
Plages : 45 km
Mont Saint-Michel : 120 km
Cherbourg : 150 km

- From your gîte, between Pays de Falaise and Suisse Normande, you are situated at a privileged spot at the crossroads of the different Calvados areas.
First of all, you can visit the Cistercian Abbey of Villers-Canivet, the Chapel of the hamlet of Torp and the immediate surroundings. Then, in less than an hour, you can visit Bayeux and the Bessin, Caen and the Côte de Nacre, the Pays d'Auge and the Côte Fleurie as well as the Bocage Normand.

- Discover more particularly the ancient heritage : the magnificent abbeys of Caen, the castles of William the Conqueror at Falaise and Caen, the castle of Vendeuvre and its beautiful gardens, the medieval city of Bayeux and its 11th c. tapestry listed in the UNESCO “Memory of the World” programme , the striking and prestigious castles of Fontaine-Henry, Creully or Balleroy.

- Dive into an enthralling insight into a major turning point of contemporary History : the codenamed “Overlord” landing on the night of 5th-6th June 1944 and the Battle of Normandy. Browse sites and places of remembrance, visit museums...

Calvados also offers an array of outdoor activities.
- The coast of 75 miles long offers its vast fine sandy beaches. It is the ideal spot for water sports such as land yatching, windsurfing, sailing, kite-surfing…
The Côte de Nacre : Port-en-Bessin, Ouistreham, Courseulles, Arromanches, Saint-Aubin-sur-mer
The Côte Fleurie : Merville-Franceville, Cabourg, Honfleur, Deauville, Trouville.
- The Suisse Normande offers the idyllic setting for hiking, rock climbing, canoeing…
- Calvados can be explored on foot, by bike or on horseback.
- Several golf courses are nearby (one is only 15 minutes drive).

- For family holidays, there are so many activities to choose from : theme parks, leisure parks, aquariums, animal parks and zoos, adventure parks, water parks, indoor leisure areas, mazes, tourist trains, mini golf courses, riding centers … much to the delight of young and not so young alike.

More About This Location

Lake nearby, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: caen ouistreham, 24 miles
Nearest train station: caen, 16 miles
Nearest airport: caen carpiquet, 16 miles
Car is essential



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