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We booked a joint ticket for the afternoon horse show and the lunch, for €35 a head. Arriving at 11am, we wandered round the gardens, where there is a lot (some quite comical, some v artistic) to be seen. Also saw a 20 minute documentary...More
If you're in Lower Normandy and have horse-mad youngsters, this is the place to go. The mission of the owners of the farm is to preserve the traditional French breeds of heavy horse - the animals which enabled medieval man to travel, to plough the...More
Visited here in a group at the beginning of May 2013. Following a 'meet and greet' with some of these impressively big yet gentle draught horses, we went inside the rustically styled restaurant for a huge traditional Normandy lunch. Three courses plus lots of cider,...More