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Pascal Leborgne
729 Rue Du Château


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We invite you to stay in our charming Norman-style house, located in the picturesque setting of a traditional Cauchois clos hut that also accommodates horses.

The ground floor features a spacious kitchen, a dining room, a cozy lounge with a library, an office, a laundry room, and a bathroom - all of which are at your disposal.

On the upper floor, there are four bedrooms, each with two beds. Two of the bedrooms are connected by a landing, and each has its own bathroom with a toilet. The remaining two bedrooms, located at opposite ends of the house, can be accessed via separate staircases in the office and the living room, providing individual privacy for each room.

The price per room is 50.00 euros. Additionally, you have the option to enjoy a delicious breakfast for an additional cost of 7.50 euros. Our breakfast includes a hot drink (coffee, tea, or hot chocolate), a cold drink (fruit juice), fresh bread, farm butter, homemade jams, and pastries.

Situated in a small and enchanting village, our location is ideal for hikers, with numerous scenic trails along the Durdent River. For horseback riding enthusiasts, there is an equestrian club just 500m away.

The famous Alabaster Coast is less than half an hour's drive from our house, perfect for exploring its beautiful beaches. Water sports enthusiasts can visit the Caniel Cany-Barville leisure center, which is only a 20-minute drive away.

Within a 10-minute drive, you can also visit the Yvetot round church, renowned for its magnificent glass roof designed by the artist Max Ingrand. It is the largest round church in Europe.

We would be delighted to welcome you for your next stay in our beautiful Normandy.


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To reach the area, you can take one of two routes:
- If you prefer driving through the A29 motorway, take exit 8.
- Alternatively, if coming from Paris, follow the A13 route and pass through Rouen. Then, take the A150/A151 and exit at number 4.



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