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L'Orangerie - 7 Bedroom 8 Bathroom Magnificent Suisse Normande Large House and Gardens, Normandy

Weekly Rental: From GBP 1195 to GBP 1750

5 (10 traveller reviews)

Property: Houses
Max. People: 18
Single/Double: 4 / 8
Bathrooms: 7
Pets: Not Allowed
Pool: No

Description of Property

Owner

Contact Owner
Andrew & Jeanette Heydn
Phone: +44 1268 753418
Mobile: +44 7771 560019

General Information

Changeover Day:
Saturday - flexible outside school holidays - contact owners
Sleeps:
18
Pets Allowed:
No
Linen Provided:
Yes
Towels Provided:
Yes
Wheelchairs:
Accessible
Parking Spaces:
Yes

Accommodation

Single Beds:
4
Double Beds:
8
Sofa Beds:
4
Cots:
2
Bathrooms:
7
Separate WCs:
1
Dining Room Chairs
18
Lounge Seats
Yes

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Freezer Microwave Toaster Kettle Dish Washer High Chair Washing Machine Tumble Dryer

Fixtures & Equipment

Hairdryer Iron Central Heating Log Fire DVD Player CD Player Internet Access

Other Interior Facilities

Internet
Washer and dryer
2 fridge freezers
Heater
Fireplace
Heating
Wood stove
Iron and board
Babygate
Dishwasher
Games room
VCR
Radio
Stereo
2 CD players and an IPOD charging facility
CD Player
Audio Tape Player
DVD Player
Books
Books for Adults
Books for Kids
Games
Games for Kids
Toys
Video Library

Location Information

This Property is situated in Orne, Normandy-Lower

Nearest Airport: Caen Carpiquet
Nearest Station: Briouze
Nearest Ferry: Caen Ouistream
Nearest Beach: Caen Ouistream
Nearest Ski Resort:

Owner

Contact Owner
Andrew & Jeanette Heydn
Phone: +44 1268 753418
Mobile: +44 7771 560019

Rental Rates for this Property

Rental Period Starting Date Ending Date Minimum Stay Rate Per Month Rate Per Week Rate Per Week Day Rate Per W/End Day
- Aug 31, 2019 Sep 27, 2019 3 GBP 1195.00 GBP 250.00 GBP 305.00
- Sep 28, 2019 Nov 3, 2019 3 GBP 1395.00 GBP 300.00 GBP 350.00

Special Rental Conditions

Pricing is for group up to 14. Each additional guest is £10 per night (excluding babies)

Price includes linen, utilities and wood all year round, and oil heating between 1/10 & 30/04

Guests must not enter the neighbouring chateau - it is privately owned.

Football and other ball games must be played in our designated field next to the house (with large goals), this is to avoid destruction of the plants

All garden games, bikes and garden cushions to always be put away at night, or during the day if it rains.

Owner

Contact Owner
Andrew & Jeanette Heydn
Phone: +44 1268 753418
Mobile: +44 7771 560019

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Property Exterior

Private Garden:
Yes
Mountain Views:
Yes
BBQ:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Owner

Contact Owner
Andrew & Jeanette Heydn
Phone: +44 1268 753418
Mobile: +44 7771 560019

Local Attractions

Arromanches les Bains - The Mulberry Harbours
If you only visit one museum and see one site relating to the Normandy D-day landings, then this is the one we recommend. Hugely atmospheric, you can touch the history on the beaches, and learn about it in the small museum - all housed in a pretty little seaside town with a lovely sandy bay and great coastline walks. Just 15 minutes down the road from Bayeux.

Bayeux Tapestry and Cathedral
This world heritage site is really a must to visit if you are staying. Housing the original tapestry and lots of interesting information, it makes a great visit to combine maybe with the cathedral, the pretty town, and the World War II museums and cemetaries.

Caen Memorial Museum
Allocate a whole day to this museum - take a lunch or eat there. It is advertised as a peace museum as they have tried to understand the dynamic of what brought about the World War conflicts. It has ever changing displays, and never fails to leave an impression.

Chateaux de Vendeuvre and Pontecoulant
There are many chateau visiting opportunities. Vendeuvre is home to the national 'miniature museum' in its Orangerie - a fascinating visit, and also has a hugely impressive elaborate and ornate 'animal bed' collection - including one of Marie Antoinette's. We have information on many more interesting Chateaux to visit in the region.

Falaise Castle - Birthplace of William the Conqueror
Falaise town has the superbly restored chateau where William the Conqueror was born. It also has 3 impressive churches, an art gallery, theatre, and also the National Automata Museum, full of clockwork exhibitions. The shops and restaurants are always welcoming.

Grande Randonnee
L'Orangerie is in the middle of the Suisse Normande. We can recommend hundreds of local walks, for varying levels of fitness (even wheelchair friendly ones). Wildlife and scenery is spectacular.

Honfleur
This pretty fishing village has some of the very best seafood restaurants around. It is about an hour drive away, but goes through the prettiest of scenery - stop off en-route and see the Lisieux cathedral - go down the coastline to Deauville and Trouville with the wonderful coastal houses - so reminiscent of the Victorian seaside days, and the marvellous Norman authors who frequented the shores (Maupassant, Flaubert, Zola).

Museum of Mont Ormel and Camembert Museum
Start the day with a visit to Mont Ormel - otherwise known as The Falaise Gap. It is a significant D-day trip, as it signified a real turning point for the allied landings. Have lunch in the little local bar (we recommend it) and then move on to an afternoon visit to Camembert, where cheese lovers can have a Normandy Degustation and taste 4 very different versions of the ever popular Camembert.

Ouistream Rive Bella
It is not just a port for the ferry, it has wonderful beaches, nice restaurants, and lots for everyone to do. Stroll for miles along the promenade, or soak up the sun on the sandy beaches. I prefer to start with a brisk walk, then while away the afternoon with a leisurely lunch.

Pont d'Ouilly
Visit this pretty little river town. In summer, there are Sunday afternoon tea dances (Guinguettes) by the banks of the Orne, and evening free open air musical nights. The bars and restaurants are very welcoming and it is a pretty place to visit. It is the centre for the National Kayak water polo team, so usually something interesting to watch, and is the start of a popular kayak trail down the river to Clecy.

Roches d'Oetre
This is a famous geological site with spectacular views. Less than 2 kilometres from the house. There are 10 major signposted walking trails, a restaurant, gift shop. Roches d'Oetre is a site classe, noted for its spectacular beauty. Close by is a 10th century Norman Church (a world heritage site).

Owner

Contact Owner
Andrew & Jeanette Heydn
Phone: +44 1268 753418
Mobile: +44 7771 560019


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