Front of chateau

Chateau dining room
Fresh hydrangeas in the dining room
Entering the dining room from the grand salon
Second seating area in grand salon
The Grand Salon
Library
1st floor blue room suite - Living room with pull-out sofa bed
Charles de Gaulle Suite
Enjoying some local pommeau outside the gîte
Lavoir on the property
Old apple press, used for making calvados on the property
Gîte living room and TV
Gîte living room and dining room
Between the château and outbuilding
Medieval château in Avranches
Exterior of barn
Front of chateau
Chateau dining room
Fresh hydrangeas in the dining room
Entering the dining room from the grand salon
Second seating area in grand salon
The Grand Salon
Library
1st floor blue room suite - Living room with pull-out sofa bed
Charles de Gaulle Suite
Enjoying some local pommeau outside the gîte
Lavoir on the property
Old apple press, used for making calvados on the property
Gîte living room and TV
Gîte living room and dining room
Between the château and outbuilding
Medieval château in Avranches
Exterior of barn

Château de La Rametière is located in Normandy, near Mont Saint-Michel and Brittany. Guests will enjoy the history of the property, as well as the surrounding areas. 

Previously the site of a 17th century farm, the original building of Château de La Rametière was constructed in the mid-18th century. The main level of the château captures the original beauty and style of the era with its sumptuous decorations and antiquities, including an impressive handcrafted bar in the Grand Salon. 

From its early history to the present, the château has welcomed a number of famous figures, including the Dior and De Gaulle families. Each suite has been curated to immerse guests in the opulence of the Belle Epoque, while providing modern conveniences in each of the private bathrooms. Guests will also be greeted with breathtaking views of the rolling countryside and château grounds from their window.

The sprawling gardens of the château boast a vast variety of trees and flowers. including the original orchards that once supplied the apples for the infamous Norman cider and Calvados. Guests will find natural beauty and calm while exploring the winding paths, or relaxing on the terrace.

Whether you choose to explore the château grounds or nearby areas, you will be mesmerized by the beauty of the region. 

 
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