Contact :
Agnès de Longcamp
61290 – Moulicent
Tel : 06 58 54 21 24
Mail : grandenoe@gmail.com
Site internet : chateaudelagrandenoe.com

 

 

 

La Grande Noë can be found 1½ hours west of Paris and 1½ hours south of the Normandy coast. We have 6 very safe, expertly built and designed; beautiful large tree-houses situated either deep in the woods of the chateau or overlooking the fields and countryside of our organic cereal farm. Each tree-house is very secluded and very different ranging from 4m high to 16m high and catering for couples and small families to large families and groups. With an abundance of woods, fields and wildlife at La Grande Noë, we provide a wonderful opportunity to experience the wonders of nature up close, deep in the countryside and perhaps also a chance to relive a small part of our childhoods.


Particularities :
Languages: fluent English and French and a bit of Spanish. Please note that we do not accept dogs but stables and fields are available for horses.

Our references:
La cabane en l’air; Orne Tourisme ; les cabanes.com ; IHA ; insolit home

Season :
From 1st of March to 30th of November

Prices :
from 117€ to 147€/night for 2 persons; additional beds from 32€ to 45€ breakfast included.

We offer dinner in our tree-houses (23€ for adults, 11€ for children, 6€ for very small children) – a typical menu would be: local terrine, home-made salads, roast pork and apples with home-grown potatoes, local camembert and organic goats cheese and a Normandy pudding.

We are flexible with our menus and have a choice of wines, champagne, local cider and our organic apple juice to accompany your meal.

Leisure activities :
cycling, walking, animal paddock
Surroundings
We are situated in a stunning, natural and preserved regional park, known as the “Perche”, famous for its wonderful countryside and forests, its chateau, manors, abbeys, mills, lakes and old villages, its abundance of wildlife, its horses and its food and drink. Walking, cycling, Horse riding; golf and fishing are popular pastimes here and the region’s old towns offer fabulous markets, antique shops, music and food festivals, restaurants and high-quality independent traditional food shops (butchers, bakers, delis etc.). For excursions further afield we are perfectly placed for day trips to Paris, the Normandy beaches, Chartres and its cathedral, Le Mans (e.g. the 24 hour race), the chateau of Versailles, Monet’s gardens to name but a few.