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Marjolaine Sommer
Le Mesnil bas


1 reviews

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price from €150






Description for B&B:

We offer two spacious downstairs rooms and a terrace for enjoying breakfast during the summer days. The lounge exudes a cozy ambiance with its charming vintage furniture. Your breakfast will be served in the old kitchen, adding to the historic charm of the place. The Manor house of the Mesnil de Bas has evolved over the centuries, and our guest houses and holiday cottage are located in the oldest part of the property, known as the North of the Manor house.

Description for Gite

Welcome to the charmingly restored ancient farm of the castle, offering all the necessary comforts for a delightful stay. This delightful abode is equipped with modern amenities such as a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble-dryer, and internet access. With three spacious rooms and a bathroom, it can comfortably accommodate up to six individuals. Additionally, guests have the privilege of enjoying the on-site tennis court and delightful equestrian activities tailored especially for children.


Appréciations pour Manoir du Mesnil de Bas, Bréhal:

Propriété de Charme,accueil sympathique
Review by: GROUAZEL, Mai 19 2013 10:32PM
Propriété magnifiquement entretenue, rénovée avec goût dans le respect et l’authenticité. Chambres spacieuses. Accueil très agréable de Mme SOMMER.Petit déjeuner somptueux. Que du Bonheur!!! A recommander

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By Car: It takes approximately 3 hours to drive from Paris. Start by taking the A13 (Paris-Rouen) road until you reach Caen. From there, continue on the estuaries motorway towards Rennes - Le Mont-Saint-Michel. Take the Villedieu exit, which will lead you towards Granville.

By Train (to Granville): Depart from Montparnasse Vaugirard train station in Paris. The train to Granville operates two or three times a day.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 150 150 OUI
Holiday Home 1 200 400


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  • Mont Saint-Michel: Located approximately 20 kilometers southeast of Le Mesnil bas, Mont Saint-Michel is a stunning medieval abbey perched on a rocky island. It is one of France's most iconic and visited tourist attractions, offering breathtaking panoramic views and a rich history dating back to the 8th century.
  • Granville: Situated about 12 kilometers northwest of Le Mesnil bas, Granville is a charming coastal town known for its picturesque harbor, historic old town, and beautiful beaches. Explore its narrow streets, visit the Granville Museum of Art and History, or enjoy a stroll along the Promenade du Plat Gousset.
  • D-Day Landing Beaches: Located along the Normandy coast, just a short drive from Le Mesnil bas, the D-Day Landing Beaches are of immense historical significance. Visitors can explore sites like Omaha Beach, Utah Beach, and Juno Beach, where the Allied forces landed during World War II's Operation Overlord.
  • Coutances Cathedral: Situated around 14 kilometers southeast of Le Mesnil bas, Coutances Cathedral is an impressive Gothic cathedral with stunning stained glass windows and intricate architecture. It is known for its grandeur, historical importance, and hosts various cultural events throughout the year.
  • Jardin des Plantes de Coutances: Adjacent to Coutances Cathedral, the Jardin des Plantes is a beautiful public garden to relax and unwind. It offers a serene environment with well-manicured lawns, colorful flowerbeds, and a variety of plant species, making it a perfect spot for a leisurely stroll.
  • Champeaux Cliffs: Located about 8 kilometers east of Le Mesnil bas, the Champeaux Cliffs offer breathtaking views of the English Channel. These dramatic white chalk cliffs are a natural wonder, providing a stunning backdrop for scenic walks and photo opportunities.
  • Carolles-Plage: Situated around 20 kilometers northeast of Le Mesnil bas, Carolles-Plage is a delightful coastal village known for its sandy beach and picturesque surroundings. Enjoy a relaxing day by the sea, take a coastal hike, or sample some local seafood in one of the charming beachfront restaurants.
  • Château de Pirou: Situated approximately 25 kilometers southwest of Le Mesnil bas, the Château de Pirou is a medieval castle with a rich history dating back over 1,000 years. Explore the castle's well-preserved walls, towers, and courtyard, and learn about its fascinating past through exhibitions and guided tours.
  • Avranches: Located around 30 kilometers southeast of Le Mesnil bas, Avranches is a historic town offering a blend of architectural beauty and cultural heritage. Visit the Scriptorial d'Avranches, a museum dedicated to the famous manuscript, Mont Saint-Michel's script, and enjoy panoramic views from the Jardin des Plantes. 10. Saint-Malo: Situated approximately 80 kilometers northwest of Le Mesnil bas, Saint-Malo is a fortified city renowned for its ancient walls, cobbled streets, and beautiful beaches. Explore the old town, visit the Saint-Malo Cathedral, and take a stroll along the ramparts for breathtaking views of the city and the sea.