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Roselyne Et Didier Sementzeff
Chemin Des Forges Mézières
Le Mesnil Durand


3 reviews

Price per night:

price from €88


Description for B&B:

Roselyne, Didier and Arthur (the west highland terrier) welcome you to their authentic timbered home, in the heart of the Pays d’Auge. The original building dates back to 1850 and is surrounded by 5 aces of lawns and woodland. There are three themed bedrooms, Music, Mountain and the Sea. One of the rooms is a family room for 4 persons, one offers sleeping for 3 people and the other room for two persons. All but one of the rooms is en-suite.

To begin your day, we serve breakfast with homemade jams and marmalade, either on our sunny terrace or if you prefer by our cosy fireside.

A pitch and putt 5 holes waits for you on the domain. Possibility of on-the-spot golf clubs.

Petanque field to relax you. Loan of balls.

Circuit MOUNTAIN BIKE and pedestrian in the depart of the property.

Exposure perms of works of art.


Appréciations pour Domaine De La Mésange, Le Mesnil Durand:

Appréciation chambre d'hôtes
Review by: Mr. Mme. ANTOINE, Juin 18 2011 12:18PM
Hôtes accueillants, aimables et attentionnés. Literie et sanitaire de la chambre impeccables.
wonderful week
Review by: Firer. Rachel & Jacob, Mai 11 2009 4:04PM
Dear Roselyne and Didier,
I wanted to thank you for the wonderful week we had at La Mésange in June 2008. We looked for a place conveniently located near Lisieux, with easy access to many Normandy attractions like Mont Saint Michel, Honfleur, Deauville, Caen, Rouen, and more. La Mésange was not only convenient, but relaxing, comfortable, charming. The house and rooms are very well maintained: nicely decorated, clean, comfortable. The hospitality was exceptional. The home made breads and jams were so delicious, you always made sure we had everything we needed, even bicycles for the family. All recommendations and information you offered for sites of interest, best restaurants in the area, famous Normandy Calvados and Cheese production, and markets were all on point. It was an unforgettable vacation we had in La Mésange. We know that next time we visit in Normandy, we will return to stay again at your La Mésange, and we highly recommend this place to all vacationers looking for a charming, relaxing, comfortable, and convenient vacation home.
Review of La Mesange
Review by: Peter, Maria and Henry Wyard, Avr 19 2009 4:39PM
Dear Didier and Roselyne
We only spent two nights at La Mesange during our short break in Normandy, but we had a very good time and can highly recommend your chambre d'hote.
We (myself, my daughter aged 19 and my son aged 10) stayed in the "mountain" room. I took the double bed and they had the two singles. They were a little cramped, but had their own roon and slept well. The rooms were well furnished, cosy and attractive.
The property looks very pretty with its timber framing, white walls, and blue shutters, and is very romantically situated in a clearing in a small forest, especially at night or after a shower.
La Mesange is on the top of a ridge in the Pays D'Auge, and one morning we did a beautiful VTT circuit from the property itself, down to the village of Le Mesnil Durand, and back up. Very muddy, but beautiful spring flowers, and wonderful views down to the valley and across to the next range of hills.
Didier was a most obliging host, helping us with restaurant booking, lending us mountain bikes, and even giving us some basic golf tuition!
The breakfast revoves around bread and toast and the "confitures de maison", which are very good, as is the coffee. Arthur is a lively and friendly presence, although you will have to resist his charms as he tries to persuade you to part with some of your breakfast.
I think this place is particularly good if you like the sort of scenery I have described, if you like a romantic hideaway, and if you can make use of the sporting facilities.

Peter Wyard

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From Paris take the A14 motorway towards Rouen and then the A13 to Caen. After 129 klms take A28 towards Le Mans/Lisieux. After a further 38 klms take exit 14 to Lisieux. Follow the D613 to Lisieux. On arriving at Lisieux, at the Le-Clerc roundabout take the ring road direction Livarot. Follow the D579 for 10 klms and you will see on the left "Le pot blanc"restaurant. To the right is a small road ‘the path of forges’, follow this for 150 metres to the hotel. If coming from any other direction join the D579 and follow directions to "Le pot blanc" Restaurant.



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