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Mme Gibson
Sainte Cecile, 187 Rue Louis Esparre



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price from €85





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Description for B&B:

The Manor House offers three spacious rooms on the second floor, designed for bed and breakfast accommodations. One bedroom features a double bed and an adjoining room with two single beds. The other two bedrooms are furnished with double beds, one of which is extra long.

Each room is tastefully decorated in the style of the Manor, blending modern updates with the original charm of the property. All three bedrooms are equipped with en-suite bathrooms and amenities for making coffee and tea. With views overlooking the picturesque Normandy countryside, guests can enjoy the scenic beauty from the comfort of their rooms. Additionally, tourist brochures are provided to enhance the guests' experience.

For a delightful start to the day, guests can indulge in a very good continental breakfast served in the Manor's dining room and veranda. Alternatively, the gites can also be utilized for bed and breakfast stays, catering to individual preferences.

Description for Gite

Experience the charm of a beautiful and luminous three-bedroom traditional cottage that comfortably accommodates up to 5 guests in its well-appointed bedrooms.

Indulge in the convenience of a fully equipped kitchen and unwind in the inviting sitting room, complete with a cozy log burning fire and a dining area. Entertainment is provided with a flat screen TV for your enjoyment.

Refresh yourself in the modern bathroom, featuring an Italian style walk-in shower, and appreciate the convenience of a separate toilet room.

Enjoy the cottage's south-facing orientation, offering picturesque views of the countryside through elegant French doors that lead from the lounge to a delightful terrace.

The cottage boasts a private garden, complemented by a charming patio equipped with a BBQ and comfortable garden furniture. Additionally, the property provides secure parking for two cars, ensuring convenience and peace of mind. The garden is thoughtfully enclosed, ensuring privacy with high fencing or hedges that separate it from other areas.

For larger groups, we have additional gites available to rent, accommodating 2-6 people. Rest assured, our facilities are open all year round. With prior approval, we are pleased to welcome dogs for a small fee.


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Here are the rewritten travel directions:

By Plane:
1. London to Paris Charles de Gaulle.
2. London Stanstead to Dinard.
3. Dublin to Paris Beauvais.

By Road from Paris Beauvais:
1. Travel from Paris to Gisors.
2. Continue from Gisors to Evreux.
3. Proceed from Evreux to Alencon.
4. Finally, reach Juvigny-sous-Andaine.

By Road from Paris Charles de Gaulle:
1. Travel from Paris to Versailles.
2. Continue from Versailles to Dreux.
3. Proceed from Dreux to Alencon.
4. Finally, reach Juvigny-sous-Andaine.

By Train from Paris:
1. Depart from Paris St station.
2. Travel to Briouze.
3. Continue from Briouze to Bagnoles de lorne.
4. From there, take a taxi or arrange for transportation to Juvigny-sous-Andaine.



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Notes: Prices vary according to room booked, breakfast included
Notes: Apartment for 6 people
Notes: Prices vary according number of bedrooms


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Animals Allowed


  • Bagnoles de l'Orne - Located approximately 10 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Bagnoles de l'Orne is a charming spa town known for its thermal baths and beautiful Belle Époque architecture. Visitors can explore the lush gardens, enjoy a leisurely walk by the lake, or try their luck at the casino.
  • Le Mont-Saint-Michel - Situated about 140 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Le Mont-Saint-Michel is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a breathtaking medieval abbey perched on a rocky island. This iconic attraction attracts millions of visitors each year who come to admire its stunning architecture and panoramic views.
  • Carrouges Castle - Located approximately 25 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Carrouges Castle is a magnificent medieval fortress that dates back to the 14th century. Visitors can explore the castle's well-preserved rooms, stroll through the beautiful gardens, and learn about its rich history through informative exhibits.
  • Château de Domfront - Situated around 15 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Château de Domfront is a picturesque castle ruin nestled on a rocky outcrop. The site offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and provides a glimpse into the region's medieval past.
  • Lassay-les-Châteaux - Lassay-les-Châteaux, located approximately 30 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, is a charming village known for its two stunning castles. Visitors can explore the medieval fortress of Château de Lassay, with its impressive towers and beautiful gardens, as well as the smaller Château de Bois Thibault.
  • Alençon - Situated about 50 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Alençon is a historic town famous for its delicate lace production. Visitors can wander through the old quarter, visit the Notre-Dame Basilica, and explore the fascinating Museum of Fine Arts and Lace.
  • Saint-Céneri-le-Gérei - Located approximately 40 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Saint-Céneri-le-Gérei is considered one of France's most beautiful villages. Nestled on the banks of the Sarthe River, this picturesque village offers charming streets, traditional stone houses, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Belleme - Situated about 40 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Belleme is a medieval town known for its well-preserved ramparts and timber-framed houses. Visitors can explore the town's narrow streets, visit the 11th-century Saint-Sauveur church, or enjoy a leisurely walk in the nearby Perche Regional Nature Park.
  • Château de Sassy - Located approximately 60 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Château de Sassy is a stunning Renaissance-style castle surrounded by beautiful gardens. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, stroll through the landscaped grounds, and admire the meticulously maintained French-style gardens. 10. Le Mans - Situated about 80 kilometers from Sainte Cecile, Le Mans is a historic city renowned for its famous 24-hour car race and its impressive medieval old town. Visitors can explore the well-preserved Roman walls, visit the magnificent Le Mans Cathedral, and stroll through the charming cobbled streets lined with half-timbered houses.