This chateau is
a charity that manages a magnificent and historically important building, and provides holiday accommodation for children including disabled.
I does also provide accommodation for groups who wish to spend a few days, in a beautiful and relaxing environment, within a small traditional Normandy village.
This September 2017, I organised for a group of 21 cyclists to spend 4 nights on a demi-pensionne basis at the chateau. I asked the receptionist, a Madame Lhotel, in my schoolboy french, for secure storage for the bikes, for a lavish breakfast, and for a 4 course traditional locally sourced evening meal, and double rooms with facilities, for us all. We were given a costing which reflected the meals, and the rooms which were described as "simple". (Email communication with Google translation worked fine).
On arrival we were made most welcome and shown our rooms, which were located in a converted carriage house, and what was probably servants quarters. The rooms were clean, but very basic. We were given access to laundry facilities to dry our wet cloths, and kitchens to make hot drinks. A bar in the village 3 minutes walk away provided pre-dinner drinks.
The meals were served in the chateau. They were served Madame Lhotel and the wife of the chef. The service was excellent and the food beautifully prepared, hot, and just as I had requested. Our hosts did all they could to make our holiday a pleasure. One evening, Monsieur Lhotel gave us a tour of the chateau and described its interesting history, and historical importance. I was able to translate, to give the group a general idea of what was said.
The Chateau has a music room, with grand piano, a small theatre that seats about 60 people, that may be made available to suitable groups for their enjoyment. Situated just 10km South of Lisieux, there is beautiful countryside to explore on foot, by bike, or car. The coast is less than a hours drive to the North. Just look at the map so see what is available.