Bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation in a 16th century manor located near Valognes, Cherbourg and the d-day beaches. You will be made very welcome in this manor farm nestling in the country in a quiet environment.
A poplar alley leads to this impressive manor and its genuine farm buildings (cider-press and old arches).
Bed and Breakfast accomodation:
- An old spiral stone staircase leads to your bedroom on the 1 st and 2 nd floors. 5 very comfortable rooms are available (queen size beds, four poster bed) including 1 suite of 2 rooms, i.e. 15 pers. Sitting room and bar available.
A recently renovated 18th century charming cottage surrounded by the garden and the fields with 2 appartements suitable for 3 or 4 persons (total for all the cottage 7 persons).
Around: The central position of the Manor will enable you to visit a lot of interest places: "La cité de la mer" in Cherbourg, the Channel Islands, Jersey and Guernesey, the D-Day beaches and its monuments (Utah beach, Omaha beach, Sainte Mére l'Eglise).
The main building dates from the 16 th century, but the foundations are still older. Important renovations have been made during the 18 th century. Its setting dates from the Gallo-Roman period and Savigny was joined to the famous town of Alauma. The old Roman causeway of Cosedia borders the property.
My husband and me (from Germany) stayed in the Manoir de Savigny for 4 days and enjoyed every minute of it. The manor is imbedded in a large park with lush green, lots of plants and loungers and wooden benches here and there, where one can relax and take a break from every-day life. The manor has been renovated with love and taste and and an amazing care for every detail. The breakfast is very good with mainly local products and home-made cakes and even organic eggs. Eric and Corinne, the hosts, are very kind and always happy to answer your questions and give advice concerning restaurants and trips, without being intrusive. Thank you very much, we hope to come back again!
Monika and Horst
Date of stay 07/04/2015
Decoración lujosa, habitaciones cuidadas hasta el más mínimo detalle y con gran amplitud. Un hotel para recordar y recomendar. Lástima que estuviéramos sólo una noche y no pudiéramos disfrutarlo unos días....
El dueño te orienta en la zona muy atentamente.
Desayuno muy bueno.
Sólo indicar a los alérgicos que ... tienen gato.
Beautiful and lovely
Date of stay 21/09/2014
My wonderful girl friend and I had unfortunately only one night to spend at Manoir de Savigny. We arrived in the evening and had to leave before noon the next day.
But wow, it was still worth it. Despite the short stay in the romantic room we felt recharged with the friendly atmosphere, the hospitality the host showed us and of the peaceful and so lovely and serene landscape and surroundings.
We both promised each other to soon be back to find out more about the surroundings and to spend more relaxing days at this fantastic place and B&B. We already miss it !
A useful note ! Payment at the B&B is in cash !
Just returned from 3 days at manoir de Savigny. what a beautiful place, so peaceful and relaxing. Marvellous hosts, will definitely be returning in the future
What a treat!
My husband and I stayed at M. Bonnifet's beautiful chateau iwhen we visited Normandy for the first time. What a treat! This turned out to be our FAVORITE experience in our 17 days tour of Europe. The manor is so quiet and romantic, the breakfasts fulfilling and generous.
The accomodations were perfect and everything I dreamed a french chateau in the countryside would be. When I think of my time in France, our time at the manor and Normandy is the first thing that comes to mind. My hope is to return there someday.
I highly recommend this place for young and old, novice and veteran travels.
It's magical. Merci!