Contact :
Marc FELDMAN
4, rue Bourg le Comte
28400 Nogent-le-Rotrou
Tel. : 06 09 78 13 09
Mail : contact@manoirmichelet.fr
Web : www.manoirmichelet.fr

 

The Manor was built at the end of the XVth century for a rich family of steel merchants : the Michelets. In 1789, during the French revolution, the Manor became the police station of Nogent-le-Rotrou. In 1822, Louis Arsène Meunier, school teacher, set up his boarding school there.

The spacious 30 m² room is located in the manors’old kitchen. The fireplace, the salt nest and the stone exist since the Manor was made. The room is equiped with a 160 cm wide bed. Another bed can be added if you so desire.

The bathroom possesses an old marble like painted bathtub, an Italian shower.

The breakfast is served in the lower 80 m² living room, called lower room.

Our references :
Gîte de France (4 épis)
Television : “La Maison France 5”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=06hnlENIAVA

Publication in magazines :
Antiquité Brocante – novembre 2011
L’Echo Républicain – mardi 19 septembre 2009
L’Action Républicaine – vendredi 18 septembre 2009

Special features :
Visit with the owner (architecture and history of the manor).
Sorry but we don’t accept animals.

Season :
Open all year, but only on friday and saturday nights.

Prices :
1 person, 1 night = 100 € / 1 person, 2 nights = 190 €
2 persons, 1 night = 120 € / 2 persons, 2 nights = 215 €
3 persons, 1 night = 140 € / 3 persons, 2 nights = 245 €
1 person, 3 nights = 270 € / 2 persons, 3 nights = 300 €
3 persons, 3 nights = 340 €

Leisure activities :
– Tourism office
– Rex Cinema
– Aquaval swimming pool
– Bowling of Nogent-le-Rotrou
– Local and organic market every saturday morning
– Secondhand goods stores of Nogent-le-Rotrou and its surroundings
– Canoë & kayak on the river Huisne
– Souancé-au-Perche’s 18 holes golf
– Equestrian club of Souancé-au-Perche (Maisoncelle)
– Pâti district : manors and remarquable homes
– Saint Jean’s castle, XIth century
– Bailli Pierre Durand’s home, XVIth century
– Saint Laurent’s church, XVth century
– Saint-Denis Abbay, XIth century
– Saint-Hilaire church, XVth century
– Music Kiosk from 1901
– Notre-Dame church
– Duc de Sully’s tomb