This is a perfect romantic getaway place for those who truely love the French Countryside. The... See full review
Sep 5, 2011
A journey back in time awaits you at this castle listed as a historic monument. Its first owner- the Lord of Percy- was also William the Conquerors personal chef. But the major historic chapter to relive in the surrounding area is the battle of Normandy - which changed the course of the Second World War between June and August 1944. This is the best Relais and Chateaux address for discovering the beaches that saw the D-Day landings or to explore Mont Saint-Michel.
Annual closing from 5Dec10 to 11Feb11 included
CLUB 5C- Hotel welcomes Relais and Chateaux Club 5C members with a VIP Welcome and a Discovery Privilege. Please include the Club 5C membership number in the reservation and please show your Club 5C membership card on arrival.
Type- gastronomic Restaurant
Cuisine- Traditional Gastronomic
Hours of operation
Dress Code- Casual
Restaurant is open for dinner every day except on Mondays.
Open for lunch only on Saturdays
Terms and conditions
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This is a perfect romantic getaway place for those who truely love the French Countryside. The Chateau is nestled in the heart of Normandy and the gardens and path are a delight to view. The chefs prepare a maveleous dinner that turns ones taste
buds alight with amazing sauces and perfectly prepared dinners. The breakfast was perfect and the room service prompt.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Besides the spectaular visits to Normandy Beaches a must see is the Tapestry in Bayeux. It is over 70 feet long and over 1000 years old. Magnificient colors and a true story telling experiance. For those who are hungry for a WWII tour a private guide is a must. Our guide was wonderful, very well informed, and a delight to be with.