16th century manor house located near Valognes in the Cotentin peninsula. You will be made very welcome in this b&b in a quiet environment with 2.5 ha of landscaped garden with a pond. Parking and free Wifi in all the buildings.
A poplar alley leads to this impressive manor and its genuine farm buildings (cider-press, old arches and bakery).
An old spiral stone staircase leads to the bedrooms on the 1st and 2nd floors. 5 very comfortable ensuite bedrooms (bathtub or shower) are available with 4 double and 1 family room for a total of 15 people. The bedrooms are individually decorated with classic, baroque or colonial feature and have queen size bed, seating area and Wifi. A lounge with a fireplace, a bar and a dining room are also available.
History: The main building dates from the 16th century, but the foundations are still older. Important renovations have been made during the 18th century. Its setting dates from the Gallo-Roman period and Savigny was joined to the famous roman town of Alauma. The old Roman causeway of Cosedia borders the property.
- Linen provided
- Animals welcome