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The Laundries

The Laundries

The lavoir, or "laundries," served an important role in 19th century France. These open air, natural water fed basins functioned as the communal wash houses for linens and clothes. Two beautifully preserved private lavoirs can be found on the grounds of the château, near the pond and storehouse, providing a charming glimpse into the past.  

Apple Press

Apple Press

Once a producer of the infamous Norman Cider and Calvados, remnants of the process can be found amongst the paths and additional buildings of the château estate. Resting in the garden, guests will find the original horse driven stone mill, used to crush and press apples from the estate's orchards. The pressed cider would then be transported to the nearby fermentation house to complete the process. 

Château Gardens

Château Gardens

Engulfing the rolling hills of the estate in an array of floral color and lush greens, the gardens of the château are a thing of beauty. With trees and flowers from around the world, the garden reflects the rich agricultural diversity only available in the Norman region. Whether it is wandering the meandering paths amongst the many blooms, or taking in the pastoral views from the garden facing suites, guests will be transported to a place of natural tranquility. 

The Orchards

The Orchards

Bursting with beautiful blossoms in the spring, and yielding an abundance of fruit in the fall, the orchards at the château are a signature of Norman France. Amongst the many apples, traditionally used in the making of cider and calvados, an array of fruit and nut trees can be found, including pear, persimmon, walnut, and chestnut. 

The Kiosk

The Kiosk

Nestled amongst the tall trees and aromatic flora, the Kiosk is a refuge into nature. Built over 100 years ago, the thatched roof octagonal building with simplistic stained glass was the perfect place to take tea, share conversation, and take in the beauty of the gardens. 

The Storehouse

The Storehouse

Down the path from the château, next to one of the original lavoirs, stands the original orangerie, or "storehouse." of the estate. Custom to château of this period, the orangerie served many functions, including the storage of the apple harvest, as well as safeguarding winter wary plants from the elements. The impressive stonework building now houses the original large wooden casks used in the process of fermenting Calvados. 

 
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