About Chantal GIRAUD-MALLET
We are a couple from Rouen, with young kids and we were finding a second home close to the sea and the countryside. We fell in love with this genuine cottage that, it has to be said, was in a real bad state...It was meant to disappear until we've bought it. We committed to respect both the environment and the Norman heritage, and I think we succeed...
Chantal GIRAUD-MALLET purchased this House in 2002
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 7
Excellent holiday house!
My husband and I plus my son and his family had a wonderful week at Chantal and Bruno’s house.
The house is very comfortable and the kitchen is particularly well equipped. The grandchildren (6 and 8) enjoyed all the toys and games provided, in particular the football table! There were also lots of games for playing in the garden which was large and great for ball games and frisbee.
Ermenouville is located just 15 minutes from Veules les Roses which has a nice beach and splash pool for children. The roads around the village are great for cycling - very little traffic.
Thank you Chantal and Bruno!
Delightful stay in fascinating traditional building
Whilst this style of building seems to be traditional in this part of Normandy, to English eyes it is a delight. This project could easily grace "Grand Designs". The accommodation has an exterior that has been lovingly restored and an interior that has been thoughtfully modernised. If you like sleeping or living surrounded by old beams then this is for you. The kitchen is fully equipped, there is a large open plan kitchen / dining / living area which is supplemented by a mezzanine play area including a table football machine. The garden is huge, there are stacks of things for the children to play with, more glasses and plates than you will know what to do with, deckchairs, umbrellas for shade, etc, etc. The owner is charming and helpful. The village is quiet ( no facilities apart from the golf course ) However there are two supermarkets - one very large - that are easily accessible by car. I also liked the location of the village. Dieppe, Rouen Fecamp and all the accepted sights of the area are accessible via a short or reasonable drive.
A beautiful property which completely lived up to the photos and description.
We had a fantastic time staying in Ermenouville, the house was perfect for us and the garden also exceptional. Chantal and Bruno were very helpful and answered all questions we had about the property, before and during our stay. Within easy reach of St-Valery-en-Caux, Dieppe and Rouen, we felt very at home for the week we were there and would recommended it to anyone looking for their own little piece of Normandy. Thank you!
Stunning cottage in the Normandy countryside
Three generations of our family stayed here for a week in August 2017. Whilst its in a quiet village without any amenities it is only a few miles from the coast and local shops and a supermarket are only a short drive away. The cottage was beautifully restored and had all the modern conveniences including a dishwasher, microwave and a decent size fridge freezer. The cottage also had lots of toys for the children to play with on the mezzanine level on a cool day and lots of games to play in the garden on a warm one. We had a lovely relaxing week here although it might be a bit too quiet for some. A car is essential as there isn't much in the village except for the church and a golf course. You are also on the cycle routes in the area. A lovely place to stay for a relaxing holiday.
Fabulous family orientated house
A wonderful large and airy house equipped with everything you need for a great holiday. We stayed with our daughter, son in law and 3 grand-daughters 9, 6 and 3 who had a fabulous time with the toys and bikes and loved the garden. The interior is a delight and the themed bedding made the girls day. All in all a fabulous well equipped house and Chantal could not have been more welcoming. We hope to return soon.
Geraldine and Ron Eagle
From the 6/06/2013 to the 16/06/2013: L'Armada de la Liberté, the finest and largest sailing ships, the most modern warships and other outstanding ships, coming from all over the world, will have sailed up the 120 km of the River Seine through the beautiful landscapes of Normandy.
Concerts, gigantic fireworks and plenty of other entertainment are expected along the quays of the port of Rouen.
Must-see sites less than 1 hour away...
Rouen (53 km away): the cathedral, elegant stone lace, one of the most beautiful French Gothic constructions, built over more than 3 centuries; the church of Saint-Maclou, in flamboyant Gothic style; the aître Saint-Maclou, architectural complex of the XVI century; abbey church of Saint Ouen of the XIV century; the Law Court, masterpiece of the Gothic architecture dating from the beginning of the XVI century; the Great Clock and the pedestrian shopping street; the Old Market Square and the church; the Renaissance stained-glass windows, the discreet charm of the old quarters and the timber-framing houses...
The Cote d'Albatre:
Etretat (51 km away): seaside resort and its legendary chalk arch.
Yport (41 km away): small family seaside resort.
Fecamp (33 km away): city with a unique history and heritage, 'City of Art and History' and the famous Benedictine distillery.
The Pays de Caux:
Saint-Valery-en-Caux (11 km away): the charming fishing harbour and marina, the casino and the cinema...
Veules-les-Roses (9 km away): the Veule River, smallest river of France, the watercress beds, the cinema on the village's square...
Sotteville-sur-Mer (12 km away): and its 232 steps allowing accessing a small pebble beach under the cliff...
Varengeville-Sur-Mer (26 km away): the church and the marine cemetery where the view is outstanding. Do not miss the park of Bois-des-Moutiers: 12 hectares where you will enjoy walking and seeing the mature rhododendrons, up to 10 meters height, the azaleas, etc.
Dieppe (32 km away): the beautiful church, the castle-museum and the large beach.
Le Petit Caux:
Le treport (61 km away): authenticity of the small port and the alleyways.
The Bay of Seine:
The Pont de Normandie (Normandy Bridge - 70 km away): beautiful cable-stayed bridge crossing the Seine River, that links two cities and at the same time, two departments (Honfleur in the south in Calvados, and Le Havre in the north in Seine Maritime).
Honfleur (77 km away): Norman harbour with interior ponds, old riggings and big fishing boats, old slated houses, the bell tower, the backstreets... Place of many writers (Beaudelaire, Flaubert...) and painters (Boudin, land gastronomy, Monet, Dufy…).
Le Havre (74 km away): listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 2005, the city centre has been living an unprecedented tourism renewal, stimulated by the label' City of Art and History'. A must-see...
The Seine Valley:
Giverny (118 km away): the house of Monet, the famous gardens, the American Art Museum...