The Château de Pannelier, built before the Revolution and renovated after a fire in the 19th century, houses the actual owners since 2003. During the World War II, the Germans built a launching ramp for V1 flying bombs in the domain as well as garages “en ski” to house the bombs (the remains are still visible and worth the visit). The castle used to house the Germans and later the Americans. It is built on a 27-acre wooded parkland with pond. We have 2 donkeys and a henhouse in the pastures of the castle.
The guard detached stone house has been fully renovated in 2013. It is carefully furnished (blond cherry wood furniture, 90x200 cm bed and flat screen satellite television) and boasts of an independent entrance with motorised gate and a private parking. The watchman lives in the other detached house.
The local blue stone terrace is equipped with garden furniture and barbecue and faces an old stone press room by a fitted pond.
The property is 10 km from Cherbourg, 7 km from Valognes (the Norman Versailles) and 20 km from Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue (famous for its oysters and its fishing harbour) and La Hague with its wild landscapes facing the ocean.
The RN 13 is directly accessible and Auchan shopping centre is 5 minutes by car.
1 km there is a horse riding centre available for your horse and a 18-hole golf course in the village of La Glacerie.
We want to preserve the ancient character of this gîte and we provided you with porcelain crockery, silvered metal cutlery and refined house linen.