Located in the heart of the bay and halfway between Mont-Saint-Michel (32km / 25 mn by highway) and the port city of Granville (20 km / 25 mn), the private domain of Clerval is in full nature. Free of cars, this place offers a peaceful and re-energizing environment. The beach is so close (2 km) that you can hear the sea rising .... We can also go to the beach on foot by a very beautiful path. The latter makes it possible to join the trail of the customs officers for a hike in the cliffs or, in the opposite direction towards the "herbus" of the bottom of the bay.
Clerval is also ideally placed for longer stays for holidaymakers interested in the Normandy landing beaches (107 km / 70 minutes by motorway) or the town of Saint Malo in Brittany (80 km / 60 minutes by motorway).
The 2 gites are withdrawn at the bottom of our large garden of 7000m2, each have their garden and parking on foot.
The three guest rooms are spacious and bright. They are located in an independent wing of the house allowing our guests to feel at home.
This room is on the ground floor with a private terrace and a private entrance. The toilets are separated from the bathroom, there is a TV.
In the guest house, antique family furniture combined with modern comforts create an opulent style setting. The whole property benefits from WI FI access.
Ana Maria is Mexican. She is fluent in French, English and Spanish.
François and Franco-German. He speaks French, English, German and Spanish. He is a guide to the bay. Pia and Zoé are their 2 little twins of 3 years old.
Talita, the broodmare and her filly occupy the paddock of the garden.
CROSSINGS OF THE BAY
François, your host is a guide to the bay.
Passionate about this environment, he will be able to propose to you, if you contact him soon enough, a discovery of the private bay or in small group during a hike, far from the beaten track ...
You can then discover the pilgrims of the Middle Ages the rock of Tombelaine and Mont Saint Michel. This walk will allow you to see the "Merveille" the most beautiful part of the Mount, which is seen only from the Bay and that only hikers and pilgrims have the privilege to see ...
But this exit is especially a great immersion in the wilderness where you will be surprised by an unusual environment between land, sky and sea ...
The comments of François, passionate naturalist and child of the country, will make you discover, the tides, the life of the migratory birds and the seals.
You can also experience a sensory experience by making, if you wish, slips on the "tangues" (vase and sand) or walking on quicksand ...
This walk is done barefoot, in shorts and lasts 3h00 / 7 km for a loop or one way, double for a return trip.
It is open to all and does not require to be particularly sporty.
François speaks English, German and Spanish fluently. The visit can therefore be done in the language of your choice.