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Francoise Piettre
4 Rue de la Distillerie
Saint Martin l'Hortier


2 reviews

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In the charming village of Saint Martin l'Hortier, nestled in the picturesque Pays de Bray region, Françoise and Serge invite you to experience the tranquility of their 18th-century manor. Set amidst a sprawling 2.5-acre park, this delightful retreat offers two spacious and inviting ensuite bedrooms, each boasting a private shower and WC. From your window, enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The first bedroom features a comfortable 160x200 bed and two twin beds, with the option of an additional twin bed. In the second bedroom, you will find a luxurious 160x200 bed, with the possibility of an extra twin bed. A baby cot is also available upon request. Perfectly situated just 3 kilometers from the A28 motorway exit, between the vibrant cities of Rouen and Dieppe, this idyllic getaway provides the ideal base to explore the region's legendary castles, enchanting gardens, stunning coastline, and majestic cliffs. For outdoor enthusiasts, a nearby "green avenue" offers safe and scenic walking, biking, and roller-skating opportunities. Within close proximity, you will discover swimming pools, forests, tennis courts, and a golf course to indulge in your favorite leisure activities. Rest easy knowing your vehicle will be securely parked during your stay.


Appréciations pour Manoir d'Aulage, Saint Martin l'Hortier:

Une étape de charme
Review by: Thierry, Juil 31 2014 1:35PM
Au fil de la très agréable Voie Verte, reliant Dieppe à Forges les Eaux, nous avons fait une halte bien méritée au Manoir dAulage

Une étape très agréable sur plusieurs points :

- Qualité de laccueil. Les propriétaires, toujours intentionnés, nous ont faire permis de découvrir les richesses humaines et culturelles du pays de Bray

- Très grand confort. La maison se révèle être un havre de paix pour tous ceux qui recherchent quiétude, sérénité et repos après une journée passée à vélo. Un paysage reposant, un parc superbement entretenu mettant en valeur ce manoir chargé dhistoire. Quoi de mieux.

- Le plaisir de la table: notre hôte nous a offert le matin un petit déjeuner copieux afin d'aborder en toute sérénité les derniers kilomètres qui nous restaient avant d'atteindre notre but. Servi dans un très beau salon dont la vue donne sur le parc, nous avons savouré les viennoiseries et les confitures préparées à notre attention.

- Une région très agréable. De nombreuses localités à larchitecture si caractéristique. Un ancienne voie de chemin de fer, encore dotée de ses anciennes gares et de ses maisons de garde-barrière. De nombreuses routes de campagne pour découvrir en toute tranquillité à vélo les multiples paysages.

- Une grande richesse culturelle : Un endroit tranquille et pourtant proche de grandes villes comme Dieppe et Rouen.

Pour nous, une journée bien insuffisante pour apprécier et découvrir pleinement tous les charmes de la maison et de la région.
Manoir d'Aulage
Review by: habondia, Oct 7 2010 4:57AM
As soon as we arrived and discovered this beautiful house hidden behind the trees and met the lovely owners, we knew we had found somewhere really special. Both Francoise and Serge made every effort to welcome us and although they speak better English than I speak French they persevered with me and were very helpful with my attempts to improve. (Actually they are Belgian!) The house is amazing, we spent a peaceful hour or so in the garden playing with the family dog, a perfect beginning to our holiday after a long day travelling. Faultless, beautiful, friendly and kind, it is this sort of experience that makes happy memories. Merci.

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To reach Neufchâtel en Bray from Rouen, take exit 9 (Le Four Rouge) on motorway A28. Once in Neufchâtel, at the first traffic light, turn onto road D1 (direction Dieppe). Travel for 3 kilometers and then make a left turn towards Saint Martin lHortier. After 20 meters, take the left onto rue de la Distillerie (cul-de-sac). Continue driving for 150 meters and enter through the dark blue iron gate on your right.

If you are coming from Calais (motorway A28) or Amiens (motorway A29), take the Neufchâtel en Bray Nord exit and follow the signs to Neufchâtel. Drive through Neufchâtel and at the second traffic light, turn right onto D1 (direction Dieppe). After 3 kilometers, make a left turn towards Saint Martin lHortier. After 20 meters, take the left onto rue de la Distillerie (cul-de-sac). Drive for 150 meters and enter through the dark blue iron gate on your right.

For those coming from Dieppe (D1), approximately 3 kilometers after Mesnière-en-Bray, turn right towards Saint Martin lHortier. After 20 meters, take the left onto rue de la Distillerie (cul-de-sac). Drive for 150 meters and enter through the dark blue iron gate on your right.



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