19th Century 8-bedroom manor house and former bed and breakfast set in mature gardens just 12km from the beautiful beaches of south-western Normandy in the Bay of the Mont Saint Michel, Manche, Normandy
This lovely manor house, constructed circa 1839 of Chausey granite, the same stone as was used to build the Mont Saint Michel, nestles in pretty countryside between Avranches and Granville. Originally a relais de poste, the property operated successfully for many years as a bed and breakfast and is perfectly positioned for access to the main tourism sites of southern Normandy and northern Brittany. On the ground floor, a large dining room and small salon lead off the main hallway with a further spacious open living / dining room to the rear. The first floor houses two suites each with private balcony terrace. The second floor has two large ensuite bedrooms with a further 3 bedrooms on the third floor. The house sits in mature gardens of 1.5 acres which border on to open countryside. A lovely property, filled with natural light, perfect for a family home or tourism business.