Four-star boutique hotel in Normandy to open in July

Paul Stevens By Paul Stevens
6 days ago | Updated 6 days ago

France: A four-star boutique hotel, entitled Les Manoirs des Portes de Deauville, is set to open its doors to the public on 1 July, in anticipation for the summer season.

Located just a few kilometres from the bustling seaside town of Deauville in Normandy, the soon-to-open hotel is ideally situated two hours away from the capital of Paris. The town has become a renowned weekend retreat for Parisians seeking to enjoy the tranquillity and charm of Normandy's vast countryside.

The hotel, which is set on a two-hectare park, includes the main manor house, nine cottages, an orchard and a pond, a relaxation area with a pool house, an outdoor heated pool, a sauna and a jacuzzi.

  Normandy is most commonly known as a culinary destination for French citizens, particularly for its local delicacies, such as Camembert cheese, Calvados alcohol and seafood. The fish market town of Trouville is also in close proximity to the property.

In addition, horse racing enthusiasts will be pleased to hear that the hotel is located nearby the famous Deauville La Touques Hippodrome. Other local and historical landmarks include the Casino Barrière, Deauville's large beach bordered by Les Planches boardwalk, high-end shopping retailers and the American Film Festival. 

Les Manoirs des Portes de Deauville has 27 accommodation units, spanning across the manor and cottages, with each one carefully decorated in its own minimalist style. Some of them have their own kitchenette as well as a breath-taking view of the garden.

The hotel also has an honesty bar, designed to look and feel welcoming thanks to its interior, while small lounges inside are set around a large central fireplace. In the morning, this space transforms itself into a breakfast room, where traditional French pastries and breads, seasonal fruits and local produce are served daily.

The building, which is an 16th and 17th century manor and a registered historical building, was formerly called Le Manoir de Prétot and belonged to Marie Corneille, the sister of French tragedian Pierre Corneille.

Open all year-round, Les Manoirs des Portes de Deauville is now taking bookings.

For more information, visit the hotel website here.

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