Experience the charm, elegance and delightful ambience of La Mare Chappey - a medieval manor house offering luxury chambres dhotes nestling in the unspoilt tranquil Normandy countryside.
La Mare Chappey subtly combines the elegance of a by-gone age with all the luxuries of the present day.
The River Douve gently meanders through the manoirs five acres of rolling grounds - home to a menagerie of local wildlife together with a charming collection of chickens, ducks, and our own warm and friendly Border Collie.
Elegant B&B in a traditional 16th century Norman towered manoir having undergone an extensive programme of restoration now boasts luxurious comfortable guest accommodation located off the mediaeval tower, with each room presented in its own distinct style whilst incorporating Touile de Jouy and traditional French fabrics and wallpapers.
All rooms comfortably appointed are spacious and with en-suite bathrooms featuring large corner baths or hydropower showers. Bedrooms are furnished with Louis ivx, canopy or four-poster beds and afford magnificent views over the extensive grounds and surrounding countryside.
Our amenities include a wonderful swimming pool and hot tub with a furnished wooden-decked terrace area for relaxing.
Plus archery, large activity field, table tennis, basketball, trampoline, air hockey, pool table, boules.
Our own new courtyard Bistro bar serving light snack to three course meals, plus great variety of wines, spirits & beers
In essence, La Mare Chappey is a haven of peace and tranquillity and offers a year-round warm welcome to guests who seek comfort, causal elegance and a taste of genuine Norman tradition and hospitality.
Although tucked away from the disturbances of modern-day life, La Mare Chappey is within easy walking distance of the tiny village of Néhou with its welcoming restaurant, bar and shop (known for its fresh baguettes and croissants!) and also exhibition to General Patton
A special cycling and walking route lies just 400 metres away from the Manoir and within and a few minutes drive is the beautifully preserved cobbled market town of Bricquebec.
The town boasts a good selection of shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, an historic chateau and bustling Monday-morning market, famous throughout the region for its diverse range of tantalising fresh produce.
A few minutes in the other direction is St-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, which again offers a good range a shops, bars and restaurants, together with its own canoeing centre - perfect for those who like splashing about in water!
Some of the most glorious and deserted Blue-Flag beaches including Barneville Plage, Carteret, Surtainville, and Portbail - are within a fifteen minute drive.
Offer a wide variety of water-sports activities, bustling marinas, and day-trip by ferry to the island of Jersey.
Being just twenty miles from the Cherbourg ferry terminal and l hour Drive from Caen. Close to all the D-Day landings Beaches, Bayeux and St Michael Mount.
Perfect location for all major tourist attractions