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Located half way between the apple orchards of Normandy and the Parisian museums, les Tourelles de Thun offers a haven of comfort and tranquillity. Built in 1888 by architect A Roussel in a neo-gothic style, the guest house was recently refurbished and redecorated by the heir of Raoul...
Had a fantastic overnight stay here. The hosts are warm and welcoming and the rooms are grand. Breakfast was also excellent. I hope to stay here again when I am next in the region. Even the rain showers couldn’t dampen a lovely stay
Incredible stay. Away from congestion of Paris in a quaint suburb. Met at the door by Nathalie who was attentive throughout. Stately home with spacious room. Train depot only 5 minute walk. If we return we will definitely book again.
Stayed here for one night on the way back up from Southern France. Very friendly owners looked after us well and provided a very pleasant dinner for 2 adults and 3 children. We ate with the owners and one other family also staying one night...More
We stayed here for the third night of our London to Paris cycle ride. The house is vast, with enormous rooms. Nathalie and Corentin were very attentive and delightful hosts. We were welcomed with a range of teas and biscuits on arrival and then enjoyed...More
My friend and I arrived at Les Tourelles de Thun having cycled from Caen for the Tour de France and we were warmly greeted by a smiling Nathalie.
We were able to leave our bikes in an out house (secure because of the electric gates...More