Located in Angiens, in a small village of the country of Caux, this brick and sandstone manor was built in 1615 for Antoine de Rocquigny, Lord of Roquefort. The facade and the roof of this manor house are classified "Historical Monument" and are characteristic of the Cauchoise architecture. The owners have had at heart to preserve the authenticity of this beautiful building;
In fact, the large fireplace in the drawing-room, the armor which thrones there and seems to welcome us when we enter, its vertiginous libraries, its large paintings and its exposed beams on the ceiling give this impression of a journey back in time. The volumes on the ground floor and the master bedroom, with its four-poster bed, are extraordinary. With its 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, it can comfortably accommodate 14 people.
At the heart of a vast park bordered by majestic trees and under the benevolence of sheep grazing peacefully at the bottom of the garden, let yourself be won by the calm and serenity that emanate from this surrounding nature.
Nature lovers will be seduced by the beauty of the scenery of this small village that you can walk or cycle through the many hiking trails.
In 5 km, the famous village of Veules-les-Roses, this charming and picturesque corner of land, crossed by the Veules (the smallest river in France), with its beach, undergrowth and secret gardens full of flowers and Especially roses. The past is still pulsating...
At 9 km, the village of Saint Valéry en Caux with its casino, its marina and its splendid "Maison Henri 4" classified as a Historic Monument that houses a museum.
cash payment, transfer
The host has specified no cancellation policy.
Week-end prices on demand
Tourist tax per adults (persons from 18 years old) per night : 2.00 €
Possibility to rent baby equipment
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