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Sylvie and Jean-Marc warmly welcome you to their family-run guesthouse, a beautifully restored former stable from the 19th century, nestled in a hectare of lush greenery. Located between the sea and the countryside, this charming retreat is situated in the heart of a network of scenic walks and cultural attractions. Just a short 20-minute drive from Etretat and Fecamp, and 40 minutes from Honfleur, you will have easy access to some of Normandy's most picturesque destinations.

Our fully equipped cottage can accommodate up to 12 people, offering you the perfect opportunity to experience a delightful stay at the Orval lodgings. Normandy is renowned for its diverse range of activities, and the Orval area, with its close proximity to the coast, provides an ideal location to indulge in the abundant entertainment offered by this beautiful region. Immerse yourself in the delightful ambiance that characterizes this peaceful Norman residence, located just a stone's throw away from one of Normandy's most stunning coastlines – Etretat.

Our cottage has been awarded a 3-ear rating by Gîtes de France, guaranteeing you a comfortable and family-friendly accommodation. With its modern amenities and spacious layout, our cottage boasts a well-equipped kitchen with a washing machine, dishwasher, dryer, electric stove, refrigerator, and microwave. The first floor features multiple bedrooms with comfortable beds, a mezzanine bed, and two bathrooms with double sinks, showers, and separate toilets. The cottage is heated electrically, and we also provide a wood-burning stove for added warmth and coziness. Additionally, you will have access to a playground and a petanque court for your entertainment.

Situated just minutes away from the most beautiful beaches in the Caux region, you can explore the stunning wild coast at your leisure. There are also several museums in the area, such as the Museum of the Benedictine, Arsene Lupin Museum, Museum of New Lands, and the Cider Museum, to name just a few. For outdoor enthusiasts, the region offers activities such as tree-top adventures at the Malraux Museum Park, fishing in local fisheries, golfing in Etretat and Deauville, hiking on the GR and mountain biking on the 250 km signposted trails, as well as various water sports at Lake Caniel in Fécamp. Horse riding and casinos are also available in Etretat and Fecamp, while the vibrant city of Le Havre is within easy reach.

Experience a memorable stay at our guesthouse, where Sylvie and Jean-Marc will ensure that you feel right at home. Book now and discover the beauty of Normandy's coastline and countryside from the comfort of the Orval lodgings.


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To easily reach the Field of Orval, follow these directions:
If you are coming from Paris, take the Fécamp exit (Bridge Breton) on the A13 motorway. This exit is located after Rouen. For GPS users, the coordinates are Longitude: 0 ° 29.1901 'E and Latitude: 49 ° 43.5616' N. The Field of Orval is situated at Route 20, Mortagne, 76540 THIERGEVILLE.



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Holiday Home 12 430 950




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  • Château d'Ételan - Situated about 10 km from Thiergeville, the Château d'Ételan is a stunning Renaissance-style castle. Visitors can explore the well-preserved interiors, including beautifully decorated rooms and a remarkable collection of artwork. The castle also hosts various cultural events throughout the year.
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  • Musée des Pêcheries - Situated in Fécamp, approximately 17 km from Thiergeville, the Musée des Pêcheries is a maritime museum dedicated to the history of fishing in the region. Visitors can learn about the traditional fishing techniques, explore fishing boats, and discover various exhibits showcasing the local maritime heritage.
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