Manoir De Blouse-ville
Chateau with 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and private pool in Pennedepie, France
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Chateau to rent in Pennedepie, France
The fantastic Manoir de Blouse-Ville is surrounded by 16 acres of park overlooking the Baie de Seine. Conveniently located between the towns of Deauville and Honfleur.
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The fantastic Manoir de Blouse-Ville is surrounded by 16 acres of park overlooking the Baie de Seine. Conveniently located between the towns of Deauville and Honfleur, this French holiday rental offers a unique setting for holidays and weekend breaks. The Manoir de Blouse-Ville is just a 10 minute drive from trendy Deauville and is also within easy reach of the port of Le Havre, one of the few contemporary World Heritage Sites within Europe.
Manoir de Blouse-Ville sleeps groups of up to 22 guests in seven double bedrooms across two floors plus a first floor dormitory. A sizable dining room, a fully equipped modern kitchen and large living room can be found on the ground floor, along with a two en-suite bedrooms and separate WC, whilst there are five further doubles, two of them en-suite, plus a dormitory and further bathroom on the first floor.
The outside terrace overlooks the heated swimming pool and offers excellent views of the Bay of the Seine, which offers some of France's finest sunsets. The swimming pool also features a pool house with WC and a fitted bar. Fantastic activities such as golf and horse riding are available locally.
The property accommodates up to 22 people and consists of seven large bedrooms sleeping 15 and 1 dormitory with 8 single beds, ideal for children and teenagers. In addition, there is a double sofa bed in the pool house.
The ground floor consists of the entrance hall, the dining room, a functioning office with internet access, a well equipped kitchen, the living room (with HI-FI, TV, DVD and video) and a separate WC. There are also 2 double bedrooms (two king beds) both with their own bathrooms. The ground floor bathrooms are 1 x shower room with disabled access and WC and 1 x bathroom with WC.
On the first floor are 5 double bedrooms (one queen bed and four king beds, one of which can be a twin), two of which are en-suite, plus the dormitory with 8 single beds. There is also one further bathroom. The first floor bathrooms are 2 x shower room with WC and 1 x bathroom with WC.
The utility room includes a washing machine, tumble dryer and ironing board. Included in the rental price are fresh towels and bed linen (please bring your own pool towels).
Outside is the private heated pool (13x5m, depth 1m-2.5m) which is gated with terrace surrounding it.
The pool house includes a fitted bar, two showers, two WCs and a washbasin.
There is also a pond, traditional BBQ and a greenhouse (not accessible to guests). The garden affords a sea view of the Baie de Seine and its boats.
The manoir is located between the popular towns of Deauville (10km) and Honfleur (7km). Local activities include mountain biking, water sports, kayaking, trekking, and the breathtaking sandy beaches. Also located near the manoir are horse-riding (1km) and a golf course (7km).
There is a restaurant just over a kilometre drive away (open Wednesday to Sunday only) but for a greater choice of facilities head to the charming, historical village of Villerville (3km) with characterful narrow streets and places to eat, a few shops and a beach with a watersports centre open on certain days in the summer. The nearest large supermarket is only 5km in nearby Equemauville.
Deauville (10km) is one of the most glamorous seaside resorts and is known as the 'lady of the French coast.' It symbolizes sophistication, elegance and prestige. There are more than 40 restaurants, a casino, two race courses, a spa and thalassotherapy centre, two harbours, large choice of luxury shops, a beautiful sandy beach and the famous boardwalk promenade "Les Planches."
Honfleur (10km) is the oldest medieval fishing and sailing port in France and has been painted by some of the most popular artists of the 20th century including Monet and Manet.
Highlights of the area also include one of France's oldest University cities, Caen (63km) and the stunning granite island of Mont St Michel (approx. 200km), one of France's most visited attractions. The Chateau de Falaise (73km) is also worthy of a visit to see the castle where William the Conqueror was born.
Normandy is rightly famous for its food - especially the cheeses such as Livarot Camembert, and Pont l'Eveque - and Calvados, the apple brandy. The French love of good food means that all ingredients also have to be of the highest quality. Seafood is fantastic and local producers are famous in the area for quality, taste, and price. There are excellent local food markets in Honfleur on Saturdays and Trouville on Sundays.
This is also a great base for exploring the D-Day Landing beaches which are just a short drive away. Arromanches (87km) and Omaha (115km) are examples of two beaches of historical importance as well as the batteries and cliffs of Longues-sur-Mer (95km). Combine with a trip to Bayeux (90km), having a lunch of Coquilles Saint Jacques in the charming Port en Bessin before heading to the historic town. Bayeux is a beautiful town, well known for the UNESCO classified Bayeux Tapestry, with many renowned restaurants, elegant 17th century buildings and interesting museums about this fascinating part of Normandy.
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Updated 6 September 2018
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 26 September 2018 - 6 September 2021: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
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£897.18 per booking, paid locally
8 bedrooms, Sleeps 22
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