Manoir de la Fieffe, Normandy
|Rue Lefèvre et Toulorge, 50470, La Glacerie, Manche, Normandy, FRANCE.|
Description: Manoir de la FieffeEnjoying a beautiful location just outside the municipality of La Glacerie, Manoir de la Fieffe is set in a lovingly restored 16th century Norman manor house. This boutique bed and breakfast lodging stands in huge grounds with an immense variety of plants and trees, lovingly tended by its enthusiastic plant-loving owners.
Just a few minutes from Cherbourg, Manoir de la Fieffe is ideal for exploring this beautiful corner of Normandy. Many of the most famous places in the Cotentin region, including Cité de la Mer, Saint Vaast la Hougue and Barfleur are all within easy reach, while the Normandy Beaches are just a short drive away. Botany lovers will be enchanted by the variety of species in the gardens surrounding the house. Breakfast is served in the fine dining room, and there is also a comfortable library where exhibitions are organised from time to time.
Manoir de la Fieffe offers luxurious accommodation in just three rooms and suites and a separate holiday cottage. Delightfully decorated with restored antique furniture, noble fabrics and wooden floors, the rooms feature large en-suite bathrooms and a number of modern amenities, including wireless internet connections.
Type of rooms: Manoir de la FieffeLa Suite Saint-Croix du Mont:
This suite bears the other name granted to the Fieffe estate during its history. As a flatlet its passage leads into a welcoming bedroom, an elegant sitting-room which can be used as a second bedroom. From the second floor window guests will face the great hundred-year-old beech tree avenue leading to the manor.
1 queen size bed (160 cm); 1 single bed (110 x 200 cm); Bath and shower bath; Separate toilets; Free Internet (CPL); Television upon request.
La Chambre de L'Amiral:
Admiral Lemonnier, a rear admiral in the Navy during the 2nd World War, lived until the end of his life in the Fieffe. The spacious and light room offers a splendid view onto the garden and the outbuildings from the first floor. The painted furniture and the Spanish inspired curtains give it a cheerful atmosphere. Adjacent to it is a huge comfortable bathroom flooded with light.
1 king size bed (180 cm); 1 single bed (90 x 190 cm); Spa bath and shower bath; Separate Toilets; Free Internet (CPL); Television upon request.
La Suite de L'Abbé:
Its name refers to the two abbots who had a great impact on the history of la Fieffe. The first one Jean II de Ravalet, an abbot of Hambye and vicar-general of Coutances had the manor built about 1560. The second, abbot Huet, had the manor enlarged in the 19th century. Situated on the ground floor, this family suite is composed of a spacious bedroom and another smaller one which gets the first rays of the sun. Its windows open onto the grove of tree ferns native to the Southern hemisphere.
1 queen size bed (160 cm); 1 single bed (110 x 200 cm); Bath; Separate toilets; Free Internet (CPL); Television upon request.
The Ferns Holiday Cottage:
Located in the former bakery of the manor this charming cottage is nestled in the shelter of a grove of Australian fern trees. The private side garden is ideal for breakfasts and lunches while the sunny terrace invites guests to relax after busy days sightseeing.
A beautiful bright and spacious room on the ground floor, and a warm and comfortable little kitchen. Bathroom on the first floor with great sea views.
Ideal for couples,The Ferns can accommodate up to 4 people.
Queen size bed (160 cm); Sofa bed (140 cm);Large bathroom; Washing machine; Dishwasher; Combination oven; Refrigerator; Flat-screen TV; Wi-Fi in the Manor; Books and games; Garden; parking.
Number of rooms: 3
Languages spoken: French, English.Smoking policy: Non-smoking property.
Credit cards accepted: Credit cards not accepted.
GPS Coordinates: 49° 37' 9.22'' N 1° 35' 15.78'' W
Nearest airport: Caen - Carpiquet Airport - 116 km.