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Property Description

Le Manoir Nezement is an English owned 18th century manor house that has been lovingly restored to provide luxury apartments and a self contained gite, yet retaining its original character and is situated in the most stunning Normandy countryside in the town of Lonlay L'Abbaye.

The local village of Lonlay L'Abbaye is within walking distance and offers a beautiful insight into the relaxed French lifestyle with its quaint square with local bar, patisserie where the bread and cakes are exceptional, butchers, restaurant and small super market.

The accommodation offered is in either luxury apartments in the manor house or a self contained detached gite set at the rear of its extensive grounds.

Located in this breathtaking setting and with spectacular views, it is a paradise for walking and fishing enthusiasts. This is a great touring area. Historic Domfront is only 6 miles away and Bagnoles de l'Orne with its casino, pavement restaurants, sea water therapy and vast forests for walking and riding is 17 miles away. Climbing, fishing, golf and other sports are also available.

The history of the community is inextricably linked with that of the Abbey which was founded at the beginning of the 11th century by Count Belleme, Lord of Domfront, and given over to the Benedictine order of Fleury-sur-Loire (today known as St Benoit-sur-Loire).

Built on a shrewdly chosen site and surrounded by the Egrenne river, the Abbey at Lonlay has an undeniable spiritual and material influence on the region which spreads as far as England where three of its priories lie including St André de Stocke. This is now known as Stogursey and is twinned with Lonlay Abbey.

The Abbey witnessed difficult times with fires, pillage and being distanced from the more notable abbots. At the time of the Revolution there were only three monks left in the Abbey.

Today the Abbey has become the Parish Church.

The local ports of Caen, Cherbourg and St Malo are connected to us by some of the best road networks where more than three cars is classed as busy. It is due to this that touring the surrounding Normandy area is both very easy and stress free.

Your slice of French heaven awaits and your hosts are always on hand to make that experience the most rewarding possible.

Our Gite (sleeps 4)
Le Cottage is a superbly renovated centrally heated cottage in the grounds of Le Manoir Nezement, an 18th Century English owned manor house which is situated in ten acres of the most beautiful countryside in Normandy. You will experience the calm and tranquillity that French country living provides where your only desire is to stay as long as possible.

The cottage has a charming rustic style lounge with genuine log burner for those romantic evenings, tv, video, dvd and stereo.

The kitchen is fully equipped with cooker, fridge, microwave, washing machine and all utensils including the essential cork screw for that amazing local wine.

There are two bedrooms one is a double and the the other is double size with twin beds. A cot is available. All bedrooms have spectacular views over the open countryside and have a light and airy feel which is most welcome on those balmy summer nights.

The bathroom is well equipped and is complete with a very large walk in shower room.

The cottage has its own private garden with barbecue area and allows for the maximum enjoyment of those long summer evenings. There are sun bed recliners, table and chairs.

There is also free wi-fi access to an excellent broadband facility so you can keep in touch with relatives and friends and send them photos of just what they are missing.

Gite Prices
Low season £250 per week
Mid season £300 per week
High season £400 - 500 per week

Our Manor Apartment No. 1 (sleeps 4)
This attractively decorated first floor apartment is situated in our English owned 18th century manor house which has been lovingly restored whilst retaining its original character.

Accommodation :

The apartment consists of 1 bedroom with double bed, lounge with bed settee and fully equipped kitchen, en-suite bathroom and colour TV, video (books and videos available). Cot available.

Three Apartments available, No. 1 sleeps x4, No. 2 sleeps x4 and No. 3 sleeps 2. Book online via our website.

Apartment 3 (Sleeps 2)
Low season £150 per week
Mid season £175 per week
High season £200 per week

Apartment 1 & 2 (Sleep 4)
Low season £175 per week
Mid season £200 per week
High season £250 per week

ONLINE BOOKING AVAILABLE normandyholidaysfrance.co.uk

Local Area Information

Located in beautiful countryside with spectacular views it is a paradise for walking and fishing enthusiasts This is a great touring area The local town of Lonlay LAbbaye is only a short walk away and offers a beautiful insight into the relaxed French lifestyle with its quaint square with local bar patisserie where the bread and cakes are exceptional butchers restaurant and small super market There is of course the abbey itself which takes centre stage of the town and is well worth visiting Historic Domfront is only 6 miles away and Bagnoles de lOrne with its lake side casino pavement restaurants sea water therapy and vast forests for walking and riding is 17 miles away Climbing fishing golf and other sports are also available The Mortain Forest and walks along the River Cance are also nearby We have a computer available and wireless broadband which is free of charge See our Guestbook for great reviews ONLINE BOOKING AVAILABLE normandyholidaysfrancecouk Normandy is a perfect blend of coastal and inland culture with five rich and varied counties which offer each visitor something unique The regions location in the Northwest of France offers three completely distinct coasts from the spectacular Mont St Michel up through La Manche County across the Calvados and all the way to authentic Le Trport in the beautiful SeineMaritime The sea provides a fascinating landscape along 600 km of coastline sculpting the cliffs into natural works of art Inland visitors will discover a haven of tranquillity acres of lush forests and green valleys in the rich countryside of the Orne county and traditional Norman villages still boasting original halftimbered houses along the Seine in Eure Glamorous picturesque worldly well stocked with historical treasures and outstanding sites its fantastic golf courses sports activities and horse riding tours in an absolutely stunning countryside will inspire you to come back to Normandy time and time again Local Food Meat Eaters Paradise Normandys main courses are often meatbased Poultry is common on regional menus including the tasty Canard la Rouennaise using local duck from the Seine Valley but other types of meat such as veal or pork feature too frequently cooked in cream or cider Family Activities Normandy is one of the premiere destinations for nonstop kidfriendly adventures From the seaside coast to the fantastic countryside families will discover a multitude of outdoor recreation outstanding parks and gardens rivers and beaches spectacular sightseeing historical landmarks and much more Normandy Cider Route To the East of Caen the Cider Route is a signed tourist route which weaves its way through countryside typical of the area linking the villages of Beuvron en Auge classified village Bonnebosq and Beaufour Druval via picturesque little roads HauteCuisine Normandy is hautecuisine heaven for food lovers and visitors seeking authentic culinary experiences Famous for its dairy products the region is also world renowned for its apples Most restaurants in Normandy use locally sourced products Horse Riding A discovery of Normandy would be incomplete without a mention of this regions passion for horses Tourists are welcome to attend the numerous horse shows in Bagnoles de lOrne or Deauville or visit the many horse breeding estates of which the Haras du Pin and Haras de Saint L are the most exceptional Crocodiles and Submarines There are also many pools centres such as the Nautilus in Lisieux Espace Aquatique at Cond sur Noireau in the Suisse Normande or Centre Park in Verneuil sur Avre in the Eure part of Normandy Normandy offers three special animal centres too Drink The abundance of apples which flavour both savoury and sweet dishes also means that Normandy boasts a wide range of apple biproducts most notably cider poir or Pear liquor pommeau and calvados Parks and Gardens Normandy is a horticultural heaven and boasts an extraordinary number of parks and gardens open to the public A wide range of garden styles are displayed from simple cottage gardens to grand formal schemes via walled kitchen gardens botanical collections subtropical plantations landscaped English style gardens and authentic French Gardens On Your Bike Quiet country roads forest tracks and dedicated cycle paths make cycling an absolute pleasure in Normandy If you prefer not to take your own bikes with you there are many cycle hire centres throughout the region Hiking Heaven in Normandy Rambling and hiking are popular pastimes as Normandy provides hundreds of miles of hiking and recreational trails for people to explore the countryside at leisure Normandy Art You will truly find your own inspiration in scenery that captured the hearts of Turner Monet Sisley and many others in the 19th Century The breathtaking views the unusual pearlized light and the stunning colours remain the same today Normandy for History Lovers For history lovers Normandy truly satisfies in every way Soak in the atmosphere created by an abundance of timbered houses and huge chteaux set in the circuit of a glorious medieval past follow the steps of William the Conqueror Duke of Normandy and King of England or relive the emotional journey to the D Day landing beaches and more Water Sports and Fishing Whether its sailing canoekayaking kite surfing or wind surfing Normandy has excellent facilities around the coast and inland For those on holiday who want to take out a boat just for a few hours there are plenty of sailing centres which hire out equipment DDay DDay and Operation Overload are often regarded as the most important operations of all time The stretch of beach along the Calvados coast is world famous for the part it played in turning around World War II on the 6th June 1944 when British Canadian and American troops broke through Nazi defences Regional Natural Parks in Normandy With four Regional Natural Parks to choose from in Normandy you will be spoilt for choice space and scenery Natural environments are protected and preserved in these splendid parks with fabulous views of forests valleys or maritime wetlands with extensive wildlife Claude Monet Leader of the movement and father of modern painting Claude Monet is perhaps one of the best known Impressionists and certainly a major character in Normandys artistic heritage Normandys Greats and Gifts Amongst Normandys famous sons and daughters the intrepid adventures of William the Conqueror are uppermost From his birthplace in Falaise to the legendary Bayeux Tapestry which recounts one of his greatest exploits the presence of William and far reaching influences are fascinating Golf Golfers have been flocking to Normandy for years attracted by the accessibility of the courses as much as the accessibility of the area sea views verdant greenery stunning landscapes and a warm welcome Not to be missed in Normandy Combining in the same land the pleasures of an extraordinary coastline and those of a green and blossoming countryside Normandy is a very fortunate region

Property Information

Location:Orne, Normandy, France
Map : Sorry, no map.
This Property Sleeps:4
Minimum Price Per Week:£250 (Currency Converter)
Maximum Price Per Week:£500
Nearest Airport:Dinan
Low season 250 per week Mid season 300 per week High season 400 500 per week. ONLINE BOOKING AVAILABLE normandyholidaysfrance.co.uk

Property Features

* Pets are allowed
* Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

BathroomBathrooms 1, Toilets 1, Shower Rooms 1
BedroomDoubles 1, Twins 1
Heat/CoolingCentral Heating
DiningDining room table, Seating for 4 People
EntertainmentHi Fi, TV, Video, Radio
KitchenHigh Chair Available, Crockery & Cutlery Provided, Microwave, Washing Machine, Hob, Oven, Freezer, Fridge, Toaster
LaundryWashing Machine Provided, Linen Provided, Towels Provided, Iron, Ironing Board
Living RoomSeating for 4 People, Sofas 1, Armchairs 2, Fireplace
Local ActivitiesCycling, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Walking, Nearby Zoo
Local AreaQuiet Bars and Pubs, Restaurants, Distance to Local Town Centre 5km, The local town is Sleepy
LocationDistance to beach >5km, Distance to convenience store 3-5km, Distance to local restaraunts 3-5km, Distance to Airport >100km, In the Country
OutsideBarbecue Area, Barbecue, Patio, Parking, Garden, Outside Tap
SuitabilityPets Welcome, Family Oriented, Children Welcome
AccommodationAccommodation Type: Self Catering, Changeover Day Flexible
ThemeAway from it all, Quiet yet close to local activity

Contact Information

Name: Robert Elliot
Telephone: 0844-723-7213
Alt Telephone: 0033-2333-73497
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