Normandy holiday home with big garden near the sea

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 9

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 9

Type: House

Normandy holiday home with big garden near the sea

“La Maison du Vallon” is a Normandy cottage, completely restored, dating back to the French Revolution. The house is built in clay, wood, silex and bricks, typical for the area. Surrounded by a large garden, the house is charming, located in the countryside, yet near the beach.

The living quarters cover 150 m2, divided into two floors that can host up to 9 people. There is a living room and dining room with large fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, a study, two bathrooms and four bedrooms.

“La Maison du Vallon” is situated in Varengeville-sur-Mer, 10 km south-west of Dieppe in Northern Normandy, about three hours drive from Brussels, ...Read more

About the owner

Marc H.

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Normandy holiday home with big garden near the sea
Varengeville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France

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There are plenty of walking and biking possibilities in the area. Swimming in the sea, as well as in the brand-new swimming pool along the sea in Dieppe. Beaches at Quiberville-sur-Mer or Pourville-sur-Mer are ideal to play with kites. Tennis and sailing are possible in the surrounding villages. Horse-back riding is available 3,5 km away at Hautot-sur-Mer. There is a great golf course overlooking the sea between Varengeville and Dieppe. Paragliding and other flying sports in Saint-Aubin-sur-Scie.

The house is located next to the “Bois des Moutiers”, one of the most beautiful flower parks in France. In the neighbouring village of Vasterival there is the magnificent park of Vasterival, owned by Princes Sturdza.
The largest collection of hortensias in the world (more than 1000 types) can be visited in Varengeville (Shamrock collection). The castle of Miromesnil, where Guy De Maupassant spent his youth, is certainly worth a visit, as well as the Manoir d’Ango, the château home of Jehan Ango, a pirate and one of Dieppe's most historically flamboyant characters.
The castle-museum of Dieppe is witness to the city’s rich past (ivory trade).
The coast and the countryside are rich of picturesque villages: Veules-les Roses, Saint-Valery-en-Caux, Etretat, Luneray, La Chapelle-sur-Dun...
The house is well situated to visit Claude Monet's Giverny gardens, the Normandy beaches, and for day trips to Paris or Rouen.

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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