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Claudine Goubet
route des petites Bruyéres 1 chemin des sablonniéres


1 reviews

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price from €80






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Located along the picturesque coast of Normandy, this charming gite is conveniently located near the stunning beaches of the region. It is an ideal retreat for avid ramblers, golfers, and horse riders. Garden enthusiasts will be thrilled by the abundance of diverse and beautiful gardens in the vicinity, including the renowned Parc des Moutiers. The gite itself is modern, spacious, and boasts a warm and inviting atmosphere. It is completely separate from the main house and features a sunny patio, a delightful garden, and private parking. Inside, guests will find a comfortable bedroom, a well-equipped kitchen, a cozy living area, a refreshing shower, a convenient toilet, a designated dining space, and even a washing machine. Surrounded entirely by enchanting woodland, this gite is an absolute must-visit.

Description for Gite

This charming cottage, known as Daffodil Cottage, offers a well-equipped kitchen, cozy lounge, and inviting dining room. Guests have access to a convenient washing machine during their stay. Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Normandy coast, this cottage is a true gem. Surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens and parks, the location is truly exceptional. Don't miss out on the opportunity to experience the unique charm of this delightful cottage. Please note that the room is part of the Daffodil Cottage.


Appréciations pour Chambres d'hôtes Saint Mare, Varengeville-sur-mer:

Review by: Gerry Michelmore, Sep 22 2015 5:06PM
The accommodation is very clean, comfortable, private and convenient, the setting is beautiful. Madame Goubet was very friendly and helpful without being the least intrusive.

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To reach Varengeville-sur-mer from Paris, follow these travel directions: Begin by taking highway A13 towards Rouen. Once you arrive in Rouen, continue your journey towards Dieppe. Upon reaching Dieppe, take the direction that leads to Varengeville-sur-mer, located on the outskirts of Dieppe.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 80 20 oui
(3 pers.)
3 90 20 oui
Holiday Home 1 450 600 Non




  • Bois des Moutiers: Located just a short distance from Varengeville-sur-Mer, Bois des Moutiers is a stunning garden that features a mix of English and French landscaping styles. The garden is known for its rare and exotic plants, as well as its beautiful manor house.
  • Varengeville-sur-Mer Church: This picturesque Norman church, also known as Saint-Valery Church, is situated in the heart of Varengeville-sur-Mer. It dates back to the 12th century and showcases a unique blend of Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles.
  • Jardin Shamrock: A hidden gem nestled in Varengeville-sur-Mer, Jardin Shamrock is a charming Irish-themed garden. It boasts an impressive collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, and hydrangeas, as well as a beautiful pond and waterfall.
  • Le Parc des Moutiers: Le Parc des Moutiers is a renowned garden located in Varengeville-sur-Mer. Designed by landscape architect Gertrude Jekyll, this stunning garden offers magnificent views of the English Channel and features a diverse range of plants, including some rare species.
  • Manoir d'Ango: Situated in nearby Varengeville-sur-Mer, Manoir d'Ango is an impressive Renaissance-style manor house. Built in the 16th century, it showcases architectural elements such as turrets, towers, and a moat. Visitors can explore the beautiful gardens surrounding the manor and learn about its intriguing history.
  • Les Jardins d'Etretat: Located a short drive from Varengeville-sur-Mer, Les Jardins d'Etretat is a unique garden that offers breathtaking views of the cliffs and sea. The garden features artistic installations, sculpted hedges, and a variety of plants, all harmoniously integrated into the natural landscape.
  • Château de Dieppe: Situated in the nearby town of Dieppe, Château de Dieppe is a historic castle that overlooks the English Channel. Built in the 14th century, it now houses the Dieppe Museum, showcasing an extensive collection of maritime artifacts, art, and local history.
  • Le Tréport: A charming coastal town located a short distance from Varengeville-sur-Mer, Le Tréport is known for its beautiful cliffs, picturesque harbor, and vibrant seafood restaurants. Visitors can enjoy a stroll along the waterfront promenade or take a ride on the funicular railway for panoramic views.
  • Musée de la Corderie Vallois: Situated in nearby Notre-Dame-de-Bondeville, Musée de la Corderie Vallois is a unique museum dedicated to the history of rope-making. Housed in a former rope factory, the museum showcases various machinery, tools, and artifacts related to the traditional craft. 10. Dieppe Saturday Market: Taking place in the heart of Dieppe, the Saturday Market is a bustling open-air market where visitors can experience the vibrant atmosphere of a traditional French market. Here, you can find a variety of local produce, cheese, seafood, crafts, and more.

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