The house is built in the center of the village, in the rich department of Eure not far from Bernay. It was certainly built by a notable of the region, which makes it the most elegant dwelling in the village. It is nestled in the middle of a park surrounded by walls, out of sight. Once through the large wrought iron gate, you discover the main courtyard with its circular gravel path. On each side of this space are the 2 outbuildings which were once the outbuildings and the stables.
They can easily be transformed into pretty charming gîtes with magnificent beams and Norman tile roofs. The mansion is covered in the same way in order to obtain a beautiful harmonious whole typical of this region. At the back of the house, facing south, you will discover the park with its century-old trees, its fruit trees, its vegetable garden and its pond. Garden enthusiasts will be delighted to find a splendid greenhouse built at the time of the house in order to grow the seedlings of the year.
A chic and refined interior
After crossing the majestic front door, we discover a superb cement tile floor and a staircase of impressive dimensions. We find there the atmosphere of these large bourgeois houses with its high ceilings, its moldings so specific to this period. Light is omnipresent in all rooms. The living rooms are spacious, with the two living rooms and the dining room, the elegant marble fireplaces complete their elegance. A fourth room is used as an office and a music room. It can easily be converted into a bedroom and a bathroom. The ground floor offers a fitted kitchen, a laundry room and a WC.
On the 1st floor is a large landing leading to 5 large bedrooms, 4 shower rooms and 2 toilets. The second floor also has 2 beautiful bedrooms, a bathroom and a large room that can become a master suite.
Operated as a bed and breakfast
The manor is currently operated as a charming bed and breakfast. It is an address recognized by customers who appreciate the luxury of these residences and the quality service of these hosts.
The assets of the Eure department
The green department of Eure and sought after by nature lovers. An important historical heritage with the half-timbered houses in Pont-Audemer, more commonly called "Little Venice" because the city is crossed by the Risle and its various canals. The town of Bernay with its former abbey dwelling, the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Bernay and the Cordeliers convent make this town an extraordinary place of discovery for history buffs. Located 2 hours from Paris and 15 minutes from the train station