An elegant Pierre de Caen stone château surrounded by 11 acres of grounds. Guests stay in their own wing and your host lives in the opposite one.
A long staircase leads to two double bedrooms and a family apartment for four. Take one or take them all for a special family gathering – you will love the room with the cavernous en suite and the claw-footed tub and fresco. Assemble in the salon for breakfasts of fresh pastries, just-squeezed orange juice and cakes with apples from the garden, or in the snug for quiet evenings in front of the television.
Ramble outside – there’s lots of grass for boisterous offspring, a little stream, a walled orchard with roaming hens and a fenced-off lake with a boat. Bring the car to explore the villages, and head to the coast to stroll along the landing beaches or the streets of ritzy Deauville and Trouville-sur-Mer. Caen is a mere 20-minute drive – great for Channel crossings.