Old Norman Horsefarm in beautiful rural Normandy

Old Norman Horsefarm in beautiful rural Normandy




Sep 2019

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our unique home is an old horse farm built in the late 1900s. Located in rural Normandy (Calvados) we are surrounded by horses, cows and apple orchards. Our home is 2 and a half hours west of Paris by car and an hour and forty minutes by train to Lisieux from the Gare St. Lazare. Completely modernized and set in the beautiful and peaceful Norman countryside, not far from the Landing Beaches, Deauville, Bayeux, the Mont St Michel and Honfleur to name a few. There are several acres of private garden and pastures nearby with mares and foals.


More about us

  1. I practice psychological counseling based on Attachment Theory and my husband Marc is a French TV producer.

  2. Marc is French and I am American. Our two sons have dual nationality. They grew up in France and now both live in the US.

  3. We love gardening, photography, film, books, cooking and traveling.

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Where is it?


In central Normandy, Le Pays d'Auge, our house is ideal for peaceful country living surrounded by horses, cows and orchards, as well as for visiting local highlights such as : The Landing Beaches, The Memorial de Caen, Bayeux, Deauville, Honfleur, (La Cote Fleurit), Cabourg, and other beaches and numerous charming Norman villages such as Beuvron en Auge and of course Giverny - Claude Monet's house and garden.

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