Description from manager
Description from manager
3 Full baths
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Book this 4 bedroom house in Lessay today! A total of 8 people can sleep here comfortably.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 7 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $2077 to as high as $2732, depending on travel dates.
The manager last updated the property’s calendar Feb 16, 2018.
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About the manager
- Calendar last updated:
- 16 Feb 2018
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Languages spoken: English
- This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your vacation rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Lessay Attractions
- Central heating
- Clothes dryer
- Washing machine
Phone / Internet
- Internet access
- DVD player
- Children - Ask
- Smoking - Ask
- 3 Full baths
– based on 7 reviews
- Very Good
“Marilyn's review of Le Manoir Normand”
We had a wonderful time at the manoir and would recommend it highly. The property is exactly as described and the owners are very lovely people. Very close to all of the WW II sights and we were able to make a one day drive to Mont St Michele
“Helen's review of Le Manoir Normand”
Lovely property, clean and tidy and super comfortable beds. Kitchen was well equipped although a couple more knives would have been useful. We loved the peace and quiet, yet we were only 10 minutes from the main town. Delightful owners who were very helpful and informative. Bedrooms are very lovely and we all slept very well. Washer and dryer were invaluable. The kids loved playing in the courtyard. No stand up shower, no "comfy" lounge area. Whilst there was a separate lounge with TV and plenty of seating, it was rather formal meaning it wasn't great for chilling out. So much to do and not enough time to cover it all. Portbail has the most beautiful beach - perfect for kids and only about 15k away. The D Day beaches are, as expected, very interesting and moving. Bayeux is a must. Mont St Michel was a long ride and it took ages to get into the car park. Worth the wait but if you have small kids or elderly/infirm people with you, it's probably best avoided in high season. We found the crowds quite claustrophobic.
“Diane And Andy's review of Le Manoir Normand”
Overall we enjoyed our stay very much. We were greeted by the owner, who stocked the kitchen with camembert cheese, eggs, bacon, juice, a baguette, and some milk. It was perfect as we arrived quite tired! I would describe the house as rustic, not as a Manor House, which suggests something larger with more grounds. But if travelers appreciate history, this is a nice redo of an old structure. The layout with two master bathrooms accommodated our 2 families very well. We liked the large eating area. Liked the rustic feel of the place. Nice renovation. The property is adjacent to part of a national park that has several walks mapped out through the local countryside. Unfortunately, this is not well advertised at the property and we found out about it on a billboard near the church. We didn't get to walk the entirety. I'd suggest that the owner put some info about that in the house. The property is a stone's throw from D-900 which is a busy 2 lane road, more like a thoroughfare. Outside the house it was very noisy from the traffic, and not the country quiet we were expecting. There really isn't much of a view other than the other buildings on the property--it sits more in a little valley. The kitchen is functional, but small, in keeping with the rustic feel of the house. There is a grill, and that is what we used for most of our cooking. We liked walking around the tiny residential village of Doville. We liked the location because it was central to the areas we wanted to visit, such as Omaha Beach, San Malo, San Michel, and Bayeuex.
“Norman's review of Le Manoir Normand”
We had a very enjoyable week. Modern bathrooms, nice quiet location, laundry room. Nothing. Many sites related to WWII; nice day trip to Jersey.
“Cynthia's review of Le Manoir Normand”
The property is a wonderful combination of the old and new. The house has great character, heavy wood beams in the ceiling, and a marvelous view of the old pigeonnier. It has four nice sized bedrooms with 3 very nice bathrooms. It looked very much like the pictures on the website. The owners were very nice and helpful. The surrounding area was quaint and pleasant.
“Julie's review of Le Manoir Normand”
We loved it and loved Normandy. There is an awful lot to see in the area so a week is a good amount of time to see most everything. We loved being in the country. It was quiet off by itself. It was perfect for our family. There is a slight sewage smell in the house - I think from the sceptic tank. We saw a great bit of Normandy which was fascinating. We would like to go back!!!! I would suggest getting a guide for the beaches. There are web sites for this. We arrived on Saturday and our guide was Monday, which set the tone for the rest of the week.
Response from the manager The smell was due to this being the first rental of the season. When in use, the smell disappears.
“Alexander's review of Le Manoir Normand”
A very positive and rewarding experience. Great value! Very new renovation, done in excellent fashion in the Norman tradition. Very quiet, but still a short ride to the nearest town. Wonderful owner, who filled the fridge with food and wine of the province. The bedrooms were large and the bathrooms very nicely appointed. The kitchen had all new appliances. Just a bit hard to find the first time. Narrow roads the last half mile. Very pastoral, and quiet. Wonderful for walking. Very helpful neighbors and owner. Great local food; 5-6 miles from the ocean.