Charming Bed & Breakfast with Quality Meals in Normandy

We have three acres of grounds where you are welcome to wonder at will.

If your wandering is more ambitious it is half a mile up our lane (dedicated solely to our house) to the tiny hamlet of Yvrandes

where you can have a refreshing drink or coffe at the bar/restaurant and chat to the locals or visit the ancient church, a building of historical interest.

For the even more ambitious, there are plenty of sign-posted walks in our beautiful corner of Normandy and countless opportunities for cycling.

Alternatively, you could just lie in the sun or sit under one of our shady trees!.

Le Rocher is just five minutes from the small, old, attractive town of Tinchebrey with it's medieval tower and prison museum or enjoy a refreshment at the bars on the square.

Flers and Vire, two larger towns with all amenities, are twenty minutes in opposite directions.

In the surrounding and beautiful countryside there are numerous delightful villages, most little changed over the centuries.

The road system and lack of traffic make it a pleasure not a chore, to explore.

Shown below are just a few of the many and varied attractions of our beautiful part of France.



Domfront is a medieval town situated 15 minutes away.

Enjoy the ancient streets and panoramic views from the old castle.

La Ferme du Cheval de Trait

La Ferme du Cheval de Trait.

This farm mainly concentrates on draught and cart horse.

You are welcome to wander the farm enclosure with it's various animals and display of horse-drawn farm equipment.

The highlight of the visit is the fascinating horse show with a difference! More than twenty horses of various breeds take part in the performances demonstrating the skills of both horses and handlers.

For sheer excitement it's hard to beat, even ending in a chariot race!.

Afterwards, visit the restaurant and gift shop.


outdoor center at Ferte-Mace

This outdoor center at Ferte-Mace contains anything and everything you might want to try!.

There is a large lake for all types of water sports, picnicking area, climbing wall, peddle carts with of course eating and drinking facilities.

La Roche d'Oetre


La Roche d'Oetre at Saint-Philbert-Sur-Orne is one of the unique sights in Normandy with it's sheer rock faces and panoramic views over the river.

There are signposted forest trails, assault course in the trees plus all the usual facilities.

Viaduct de Souleuvre.

Viaduct de Souleuvre.

This must be the ultimate in stomach-churning experiences and is nor for the faint-hearted.

Three "thrills are offered, the first is the bungy jump - mounted on top of 61m height pillars from which it is possible to bungy jump.

If you manage the 140m long suspension footbridge that links the columns then the jump should give you no cause for concern!!!

If that isn't enough then you could also fly through the air on the "Scable" a 400m long aerial wire which whisks you across the valley (singly or in tandem) at 100km/h.

Mont St. Michel




Mont St .Michel

Quite simply the one place you just can't miss on your visit to Normandy.






Etang du Moulin


Etang Du Moulin

Only 10 minutes down the road, carp, course and trout fishing with lakeside bar & restaurant.

Open every day from 08.00 - 18.00.





Lonlay L'Abbaye

The abbey at Lonlay l'Abbaye is one of the countless beautiful religious buildings in Normandy.

You are able to enjoy all of these churches as they are open all day!



Cradled in the heart of the forest of Andaine, this center of legends welcomes you to discover it's mysteries and history.

Situated at the heart of the main regional nature park, it has a beautiful spa with treatment rooms etc.., casino, district of the 19th century, castle, parks and gardens and, with it's many attractions, displays the more sophisticated side of Normandy.

D-Day the 6th June 1944

The allied invasion of Normandy is celebrated with many museums and attractions as well as the remains of the German fortifications.