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Cherry Tree Cottages are five country cottages of comfort and character within a building that was originally built circa 1850.
Cronbridge holiday cottages are situated a few moments walk away from the banks of the Seine, where the river widens out to embrace the sea, and give dramatic views of the iconic Pont du Normandy and a favourite spot for stunning sunset photographs.
Set amongst the orchards and landscaped gardens, they provide a haven of peace and tranquillity within an area of historic interest, stunning scenery and rolling farmland.
The cottage is set in the village of Berville sur Mer which is close to the historic town of Honfleur, considered by many to be the Jewel of Normandy.
The exterior of the cottage mainly comprises the original local flint faced pebble rendering, with some terracotta coloured brick features running the length of the building.
Both sides of the cottage benefit from natural light, by brown wood framed windows and doors, with dormers or roof-lights in main bedrooms. Original arches build of hand made brick (cira 1850) have been maintained where possible and paved paths lead to private parking area.
As well as 3 acres of gardens with seats, pergolas, rose gardens and other features for all guests to enjoy, there is a large established orchard at the end of the property where it is safe for children to play, or for a stroll after dinner.
The kitchen has electricity for cooking and lighting, a fridge, microwave oven and hob, fitted cupboards, sink and washing machine. A constant supply of hot water is provided via electric boiler.
It is open to the living and dining area. There is a dining table and chairs.
The ground floor is approx. 4mx8m and comprises of kitchen, dinning area and lounge seating.
Two bedrooms. The main bedroom which is a double is approx. 3mx4m.
The guest room is a twin bedroom with two single beds. This room measures 2½m x 4m.
One separate bathroom, fully tiled and includes bath with shower and wc and measures 2m x 2m.
We have three acres of gardens for all our guest to enjoy. All our cottage face the gardens and with the car park to the side offer they a quiet spot for you to read a book and safe environment to watch the children run free.
There is a gated parking area to the side of the cottage make for a safe environment for children to play.
The ancient port town of Honfleur houses some of the finest galleries, antique shops and restaurants supported by people who are friendly and welcoming. It is the most outstanding preserved port in the area. The vieux basin in the centre of town is still a haven for yachtsmen, ocean going and river cruising alike. Its sea bound entrance is through the swing bridge governed by the Lieutenance, the home of the Kings Lieutenant dating from 1606.
Local towns of Pont Audemer and Beuzeville provide the opportunity to visit typically French markets with their fine section of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, bread and wines as well as the sites and sounds of market day. You are never far away from good food in France and there is a Michelin Star restaurant in the village of Conteville, which is less than ten minutes away and in the town of Beuzeville which is less than twenty minutes. You can visit the Park naturel regional de Brotonne, half an hour away, or take the winding riverside road to the Abbeys at St Wandrill and Jumieges. The village of Saumone du Roc and its impressive views of the Seine in both directions is a short drive away. The beautiful towns of Deauville and Trouville with their spotlessly clean sandy beaches are only short drive away through unspoilt countryside. Golfers will be pleased to note that there are five golf courses nearby with St Gatien being only half an hour away, and for the cheese lovers you can always treat yourself to some Pont Leveque from a local shop, or from the town itself which is nearby. Paris, Rouen, Bayeaux, Giverny with Monet’s gardens and the Beaches of Normandy with the imposing American WWII cemeteries are all accessible from Berville, with Paris being the furthest away at approx 2 1/5 hours. All places you should try to visit while staying at Cherry Tree cottages, if not on this time then perhaps the next?