Property has 300 year old Cider press, and home cider can be sampled.
Property is ideal for families as it is enclosed, with farm animals, including: rabbits, chickens, geese, ducks, sheep, goats, guinea-pigs and donkeys. Battlefield tours on application.
The house is a very old, stone building, once owned by the Catholic Church, hence the name, "Manor of the Deans" (of Bayeux Cathedral). The cottage or gite, next door, is completely equipped for permanent living and is self-contained. It has 2 bedrooms upstairs and a sofa bed in the sitting-room, downstairs. A seperate garden with a closing gate allows children to play safely, away from other people or any of the animals.
3 enormous attics fill the roof; one contains 4 beds, another, 5 and a third, a double bed which may be supplemented by another. The 2 bigger attics each have a shower, lavatory and washbasins. Children or small families normally occupy these 2 attics. The third attic also has its own complete shower room, lavatory and washbasin, to itself, and is normally used by adults.
The courtyard parks cars, out of sight of the anyone in the lane and it also contains a couple of swings and enough grass for young lads to kick a ball around. The animals and fowl are seperated from each other, the large animals being kept in a small orchard beyond the yard. The sheep are in another, bigger orchard, where they act as lawn-mowers and fertilizers.
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World War 2 Battle Field Tours