Gite of l'Aunelle
classified Gîtes de France 3 ears
classified Meublés de Tourisme 4 stars
Charming stone house, nestled in the heart of the Normandy countryside, very spacious, tastefully decorated, quality services. Garage and fenced land planted. Ideal for family holidays, sightseeing.
Ground floor: hall, living room, beautiful living room where you can share your meals around a table "monastery" in a Normandy decor and relax enjoying the charm of a large open fireplace.
In the kitchen everything is at your disposal to offer quality equipment in a pleasant and functional space.
Upstairs the same refinement was brought to the decoration of 3 bedrooms, separate bathroom and toilet.
Located on the border of the department of Manche and Calvados, close to the A84 (3 km), it is halfway between the landing beaches (65 km - 1 h) and Mont Saint-Michel (72 km - 50 min)
His Manche location is an ideal starting point to discover the Lower Normandy including the coastal department of Manche and its 350 km of coastline, namely:
ON THE WEST COAST
- South: Saint-Malo, corsair city, Mont Saint-Michel tourist must Granville fishing port and marina. Up the coast to enjoy a wonderful coastline and varied with dunes, harbors (La Vanlée, Regnéville and Saint-Germain-sur-Ay), its coastal towns where you can stroll, fishing on foot or enjoy excellent local cuisine without forgetting the Chausey islands, Jersey, Guernsey, Sark (many daily ferry connections from Granville and Barneville-Carteret)
- Further north: a detour is necessary to Mill Vauville wares of Osmonville well Barneville-Carteret, La Pointe de la Hague, The Jobourg, Auderville and its famous restaurant 'La Malle Spice', Port Racine smallest port of Cherbourg and Europe and its maritime station and the Cité de la Mer.
ON THE EAST COAST
On the way down you will discover the Val de Saire, Lighthouse Gatteville, Barfleur, St-Vaast-la-Hougue, and then Holy Mother Church and the famous landing beaches without forgetting the American cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer and Memorial Caen.
Closer to home and CENTER CHANNEL
Saint-Lô and its Saturday market where local products are widely represented without forgetting the fish stalls, seafood and shellfish. Saint-Lô is also a city where you can stroll at the foot of the ramparts without forgetting its national stud farm. Villedieu les Stoves and bell foundry, Torigni-sur-Vire, its castle and its typical market Monday, pedalos and for the thrill seekers the Bungy (bungee jumping) to the viaduct Souleuvre. Zoo Champrepus is a tour not to be missed for children as for adults!