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Route de Juvigny, 61140 Bagnoles de l’Orne Normandie France
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#1 of 18 in Bagnoles de l’Orne Normandie
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4.7
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4.2
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The manor is located on the orne, region of normandy in Bagnoles de l'orne, spa town. It is located in the heart of the forest and offers family atmosphere, with inventive cuisine awarded by international gastronomy guidebooks. Just one hour from the Mont Saint Michel and the D-Day beaches. "Theme" weekends including mushrooms and wine tasting.
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Free parking
Free internet
Pool
Restaurant
Bicycle rental
Hiking
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Center with Internet Access
Wifi
Pool / beach towels
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Horseback riding
Billiards
Table tennis
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
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Soundproof rooms
Bathrobes
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
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IntlTraveller21stc wrote a review Nov 2021
London, UK367 contributions437 helpful votes
Having looked at the pictures on the internet, we were expecting a family run property that had been relatively recently updated. We made a last minute reservation for a room in the main building, as we were only here for a single night didn't think we needed a larger room. On entering the property, it is very apparent that it is old fashioned, but old fashioned can mean charming and the best of hospitality, but that definitely wasn't the case here. We were shown to the room by the receptionist which was on the 2nd floor, with access to the 1st floor by lift and then something of a wander through a rabbit warren of corridors to reach the room. The decor of the room could best be described as unusual, although it would have been fine for one night. We then looked at the bathroom which was at best 1980s vintage, and not a good one at that! This is just the thing I try to avoid in hotels. We quickly hotfooted it back down to reception to try and change room. We ended up being offered one of their pavilion rooms. The full supplement was charged for this and at EUR 255 including breakfast doesn't exactly represent great value. This room is located in a newer building (everything is relative), although it has also clearly seen better days. As the name attests, it is pavillion like in nature, and the interior has some nice interior design touches such as solid shutters that fold back flush into the walls, as well as some not so nice ones such as the Jackson Pollock inspired (and I use this description very loosely) painting on the headboard above the bed. The worst thing, the tired decor aside, was that the room was cold. It is late November, although relatively mild for this time of year, with no frost on the ground, so it certainly is not exceptional weather. Even with the heating on full blast, and the heating is from fan heaters, so it is noisy, like having a hairdryer on, the room didn't really get that warm. When it came to trying to sleep, we had to choose between the room being cold or trying to sleep downdraft of a jet engine so we chose the former. The bathroom, with the small towel rail on max, never got warm either. In full on winter, make sure you bring your skiwear! The best thing about the hotel was the breakfast, which was all homemade from high quality produce. It was a great start to the day. The whole ethos of this place feels stuck in the past, perhaps the best example of this is this little vignette. On the day of departure we were heading to Calais, and because of timings, wanted to leave at 11.30. Check-out is at 11, again a charming relic of the past, so we asked if we could have the room for an extra half hour. The response was "check-out is at 11", although they did extend it for us by 30 minutes. If you want to experience all that was bad about hospitality in the 20th century, then this place is almost a perfectly preserved time capusle of that era, both physically and in the style of the service. Unless you are struggling to find an alternative, give this one a wide berth!
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Date of stay: November 2021
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haukman wrote a review Oct 2021
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The reception, the services, the restaurant, everything was perfect. An attentive, friendly and good advice team. A gastronomic conceived with excellent products, with unexpected flavours. A beautiful discovery.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Ray Shaheen wrote a review Sep 2021
Rochester, New York219 contributions94 helpful votes
This lovely property is set in a rural part of Bas Normandie on spacious grounds with pool, tennis courts and a fitness spa. The hotel portion is retrofitted into an old manor house, with each room distinctively decorated, most with nice views of the grounds. There is also a newer wing. Check out the extensive photos on the Tripadvisor site to capture the decor ideas. During the pandemic, they reverted to packaging their award-winning recipes for take-out, but now, there is no reason to miss the one-star experience of dining in. The ingredients are all farm-to-table , creatively designed to be a feast for the eye, as well as the appetite. I would recommend the table d'hotel multi course dinner with amuse bouche, entree, main courses of fish, seafood, or both, the salad, cheese course and desert. The wine list, elegant ciders (a Norman specialty}. and signature cocktails are all first-rate. By the way, the breakfast buffet is equally extraordinary, with homemade breads, sausages and charcuterie, unusual granola, a soft-boiled egg station and wonderful pastries and gateaux.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Enrico D wrote a review Jun 2021
Paris, France68 contributions16 helpful votes
It's been really a great experience: the silence, nature, beauty and taste were at highest level. I will for sure go back to this wonderful place. Thanks to Lea for a great service and kindness. You absolutely have to try the 1 star restaurant!
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Mobser27 wrote a review Oct 2020
Normandy, France1 contribution
Kind and relatively welcoming staff but over-priced and poor quality cuisine. The "ballotine" was ice-cold and had the consistency of rubber. The prices invoiced for the cocktails were in excess of the prices indicated on the drinks list.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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steven s wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom22 contributions29 helpful votes
This was our 4th visit, the second since the restrictions imposed by Covid 19. The service was polished and friendly, you soon forget the masks the staff all wear. We had the 3 course set menu with paired glasses of wine. The presentation is wonderful, artistic and imaginative and the flavours are dazzling. We have a second home nearby and intend to be regular visitors here. In our four visits here, within a one year period, we've not had so much as a morsel of food or sip of wine that was other than perfect. Outstanding!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from stephanie LEBAILLY, Propriétaire at Le Manoir du Lys
Responded Sep 6, 2020
Dear Stevens633, thank you very much for your lovely comments. It is always a pleasure to read nice words like yours. 🥰 We look forward to welcoming you again at the Manoir du Lys. 🍄
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HeDuSw wrote a review Nov 2019
Saint-Witz, France20 contributions21 helpful votes
We visited the Manoir with friends and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cosy family run hotel and commitment from all employees to ensure guests are well looked after makes for a more than pleasant experience. We stayed for 2 nights. Our room was very quiet and comfortable. We enjoyed whiling away our time chatting in front of a blazing fire (it’s November). We borrowed bikes to explore the local area. And best of all, we had an amazing culinary experience dining at the chef’s table in the kitchens. The food was just divine. Seasonal produce cooked to perfection in innovative and creative dishes. Definitely recommend.
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Response from russule, Propriétaire at Le Manoir du Lys
Responded Dec 28, 2019
Thank you so much, hope to see you again..
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pthick483344 wrote a review Sep 2019
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I was woken at 6am by a delivery lorry outside my room, this a Relais de Silence. The much advertised beautiful bar area was out of bounds, the area was taken over by a private group. When I talked about these problems with the hotel, there was no understanding, no attempt to remedy the situation. The room was cold, I should have brought this to their attention but little understanding had been extended. The room was cold.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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hazel h wrote a review Aug 2019
Epping, United Kingdom114 contributions44 helpful votes
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Had hoped to visit here for ages, eventually went and the whole experience was amazing. We had aperitif in the garden in the forest, accompanied by amuse bouche. Beautiful cep bread and butter, both had a samphire and lobster starter, followed by my duckling and his lamb, he then had the cheese course! We had a pre desert desert, followed by desert, he had the wine pairing and this was followed by coffee and petit fours! Yes it is expensive, but I truly believe that exceptional meals are worth it. The staff are multi lingual, the hotel and restaurant are incredible, I was a bit worried about the sommelier having had bad experiences in the past, but he was wonderful, we asked about his sommelier badge and he explained it all. I will definitely be back for the next special occasion!
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Halfahorse wrote a review Aug 2019
Sandgate, United Kingdom22 contributions5 helpful votes
Lovely hotel near a lovely town. Food was great as was the service. Not cheap but price fair considering quality and service. We will probably return. Breakfast choice was a bit limited considering this is a Michelin starred hotel. Overall great, however.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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PRICE RANGE
$158 - $186 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
le manoir du lys hotel bagnoles-de-l`orne
LOCATION
FranceNormandyBasse-NormandieOrneBagnoles de l’Orne Normandie
NUMBER OF ROOMS
30
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Manoir du Lys
Which popular attractions are close to Le Manoir du Lys?
Nearby attractions include La Michaudière - Ferme du Cheval de Trait (3.4 miles), Casino JOA de Bagnoles de l'Orne (1.3 miles), and Lac De Bagnoles De L'orne (2.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Le Manoir du Lys?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Le Manoir du Lys?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Le Manoir du Lys?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Le Manoir du Lys?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Cure Gourmande, Le Manoir du Lys, and Au Bon Accueil.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Le Manoir du Lys?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Le Manoir du Lys?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Le Manoir du Lys offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Le Manoir du Lys?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Le Manoir du Lys?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Lac De Bagnoles De L'orne (2.0 miles).
Does Le Manoir du Lys have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.