At the bend of a shaded alley, Sauchay Castle appears, surrounded by high ripe bricks and white stones. Built during the 18th century, this elegant Norman mansion was the home of Baron du Sauchay, Constable of Eu County. The estate is surrounded by woods or hunts organized for the benefit of adventurers and other whalers coming to relax between two fishing trips. Close to Dieppe, the city with four ports, the maritime influences and the temperate climate benefit the vegetation composed of high trees of local essences.
In the center of the park, the majestic residence stands out. Through all the windows, the spectacle of the Norman countryside is permanent. A feeling of calm and serenity invades you. On three levels, the rooms are spacious and high ceilings. The staircase winds up to its summit around a metal railing for the best effect. The lounges on the ground floor are perfect for organizing beautiful and fastidious receptions.
Reception room rental for 200 people to take back for wedding and seminar
An outbuilding of the tithe barn has been transformed into a reception room of more than two hundred square meters, where every week wedding receptions or seminars are organized in a privileged setting. In the former bread oven, the chapel, the stables and the gardener's house, four luxury cottages welcome many French and foreign tourists.
In the main house itself, the charming guest rooms receive lovers of old stones, looking for authenticity, in a soothing and prestigious, near the Alabaster Coast. All of these tourist activities to pursue are very profitable.
Two hours from Paris, three hours from Brussels, six hours from London by the cross-Channel ferry from Dieppe, a quarter of an hour from the beaches under the famous highest cliffs in Europe having inspired many impressionist painters, this prestigious domain has preserved the assets of a place steeped in history.
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