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Draber Sophie
36 Avenue Duchevreuil


2 reviews

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price from €80






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We are delighted to offer you a tour of Maison Duchevreuil. Over the past two decades, we have dedicated ourselves to renovating this beautiful property while honoring its rich traditions and preserving its historic stones. Nestled amidst breathtaking gardens, you will relish in the tranquil ambiance, surrounded by lush fruit trees.

As our guest, you will have the option to choose between a spacious room or a luxurious suite, both thoughtfully designed to provide privacy and comfort. Each accommodation features its own private bathroom and has been tastefully decorated with a touch of charm and elegance, ensuring a delightful stay for you.


Appréciations pour La Maison Duchevreuil, Equeurdreville:

Review by: agnes bruno, Fev 28 2019 4:55PM
tres agréable séjour dans ce gite ancien four a pain.
batisse tres surprenante coincée dans une zone pavillonnaire,on ne s'attend pas a l'a trouvé ici surtout qu'elle date du 17eme.
propriétaire très agréable,nous avons beaucoup discuté de choses et d'autres surtout au petit déj.
beaucoup de chance pour nous au niveau du temps qui a été splendide pendant 3 jours,pas évident en février.
bref je recommande car région a découvrir inmanquablement
Séjour très réussi
Review by: Emilie, Avr 14 2011 2:31PM
Nous sommes restés 3 nuits à la maison Duchevreuil alors que nous rendions visite à mes parents, désormais trop âgés pour nous accueillir chez eux. C'était idéal. Cadre idyllique, accueil charmant et chambre très agréable, propre et de tout confort. Nous y retournerons la prochaine fois, c'est sur, en espérant qu'il y aura de la place.

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To reach your destination from Caen, continue on the road until you reach Cherbourg. Once in Cherbourg, you will pass the "Carrefour" Hypermarket on your right and the train station on your left. Continue straight for approximately 1.5 km.

After passing through the tunnel, move into the left lane. At the traffic light, make a left turn and follow the signs indicating the direction of the polyclinic.

At the next traffic light, which is about 500 meters ahead, make a right turn. The third street on the right will be your destination.

Continue driving until you reach the end of the dead end road. Enter under the porch and you will have arrived at your destination!



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