The stunning Manoir Saint Laurent, a stately manor house and its outbuilding, is a shining testimony to the regional architecture typical of Normandy. Gabled roofs, brick chimneys and, of course, the sumptuous green gardens that roll on for as far as the eye can see. With its 10 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, Manoir Saint Laurent is a dream destination for travelers looking for an elevated weekend of rest and relaxation. Recline next to the property’s impressive outdoor heated swimming pool or work up an invigorating sweat on the adjoining tennis court—or by grabbing a few moments in the sauna. Perched prominently in the bucolic countryside, there are stunning natural views of the picturesque landscape for miles on end.
Delight in the birthplace of Impressionism and tour the home of its father, Claude Monet. Art lovers may want to time their visit with the next Impressionist Festival.
2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the Allied troops’ bold crusade on the beaches of Normandy. Learn about the landing and the battle that followed at the many historic sites.
Visit an island monastery straight from a fairy tale. When the fog rolls in just right, this medieval site appears as though it’s floating in the clouds.
Built for commerce, it is delightful to stroll the quaint cobblestone streets of this charming port. Admire picture-perfect houses along the Vieux Bassin, the port’s heart.