Camped between Saâne and Montceau, two rivers flowing into the nearby Channel, the park of this Anglo-Norman manor with majestic trees reveals all its attractions.
In this beautiful green setting nestles indeed a remarkable English garden composed of massive hydrangeas and rhododendrons, punctuating the landscape in any season of touches of various colors. Inspired by the magnificent home of the Parc des Moutiers in Varengeville-sur-mer, the building has followed the evolutions of time firmly affirming its British style. The sash windows confirm his bias. Located in the heart of a village in Normandy, not far from the beaches and cliffs of the Alabaster Coast, made famous by the visits and stays of the Impressionists, the flowered mansion, such is its name, has many assets and a strong potential. Today divided in the middle into two well separated houses for two families, it would be simple to return to the original distribution. The rooms on the ground floor with their marble floors, the monumental fireplaces, the two Italian-style patios opening onto the park, are perfectly adapted to the organization of large luxury receptions. The twelve rooms on both floors can easily accommodate many guests. A charming hotel would welcome English, Belgian and Dutch tourists in love with the Alabaster Coast.
The beaches of Quiberville and Sainte-Marguerite-sur-mer are a few kilometers away by bicycle. All water activities are passable: sea bathing, fishing at sea or on foot, kite surfing and windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing. The parks and gardens open to the public of Varengeville-sur-mer, hiking trails through the woods and valleys, museums, charming inns, the century-old golf Pourville are all places to discover.
Located between the charming harbor town of Dieppe, welcoming seaside resort open to England by its ferries, and the small charming city of Veules-les-Roses, this manor of the Pays de Caux has an interesting logistic situation at 6 o'clock from London, 3 hours from Brussels and 2 hours from Paris.