chambres d’hôtes, gîtes et roulotte, au cœur du pays d’Auge

Roselyne and Didier

Roselyne, Didier and Arthur, the Westie, will welcome you on the estate, in the “Pays d’Auge”in the middle of 5 hectares (about 12.6 acres) of prairie and forest.

Roselyne, Didier and Arthur, the Westie, will welcome you on the estate, in the “Pays d’Auge” in the middle of 5 hectares (about 12.6 acres) of prairie and forest, including a compact private five-hole golf course.
The charming Norman half-timbered mansion provides 4 guest rooms on 4 different themes  (Mountain /  Music /  Sea /  Countryside) each one with a view to the country side and the golf course. WiFi and complimentary tea and coffee. A few books matching the theme of the room are at your disposal in each room.
Gorgeous breakfasts are served with homemade jams, breads and yoghurts. You’ll enjoy them by the fire place
or on the sunny terrace and they’ll get you started for the day !
You will also be enticed to enjoy the unusual gipsy caravan close to the forest, furnished with a box bed,
a rest area and its trundle beds, shower, kitchenette overlooking the private terrace.
Secluded from the main building by the compact golf course, the old stables now shelter 2 « gites »named « The Studio » and « The Golf Course ». They’re ready for you to spend a weekend or more.
The Gipsy caravan and the 2 gites have their own car park distinct from the ones for the guests rooms’.
We provide folding beds, baby chairs, and tubs to our « younger » guests to ease their parents‘ stay .
The estate « La Mésange » has won 3 « Gites de France « ears ».
On the estate, you’ll be able to give a try to golf on our compact five-hole golf course.
Two pedestrian and mountain bike trails start at La Mésange. A “pétanque” ground  to aid relaxation.
Golf clubs, bikes and pétanque balls are at your disposal. Wooden picnic tables, benches are scattered on the estate for you.
Permanent paintings exhibited on the spot.
The Coupesarte and Bellou manors nearby will give you a hint of Norman traditional building... or you will discover the Calvados and cider  distilleries and taste some famous local cheese.
Close to Lisieux (10km) don’t miss the basilica and ancient Castles: Saint Germain de Livet, and Crevecoeur en Auge.

For the beach lovers, and sea-food lovers  Deauville and Cabourg are only a 35/40 minute-drive,
and the charming town of Honfleur is 45km away.
Also to be seen in a close range : William The Conqueror’s castle in Falaise,  the D-day beaches,
WW2 stunning memorial museum in Caen, the Bayeux tapestry in Bayeux…