Our Gites in Normandy

Holiday rental gites available in Normandy, France. 4 beds. Sleeps 8.In rural Normandy near Saint Lô we have 2 attached gites that, combined, have 4 bedrooms and can sleep 8 people. Although each is conventionally available as 2-bed gite (Gite Lily and Gite Poppy) we can combine them to make a single letting unit for larger parties with an option of a travel cot.

Situated 800m from Moyon, which has a restaurant (lunch only), bakery, play ground, post office, butcher, tennis court, equestrian centre and two bars. Moyon is in the centre of la Manche, 38km from beaches and the sea, an hour from Cherbourg and Caen ferry ports, 114km from Dinard airport (with Ryanair flights) and 67km from Caen airport.

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Built around 1900 from local stone, but recently completely renovated, the house is in a very quiet spot, but within walking distance of the village.

If the combined gîtes are too large for your requirements, why not rent just one of them? Each gîte has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 4 people…

Take a look at Gîte Lily here

Take a look at Gîte Poppy here

If you need a larger holiday property, we have Maison Mielles available right next to the beach near Granville. Maison Mielles has 6 bedrooms and sleeps up to 12 people…

Take a look at Maison Mielles here

View the floor plans for both Gites

In the area

We are well placed for days out to:

Saint-Lô, Granville, Villedieu-les-Poeles, Mont-Saint-Michel, Bayeux, Coutances, the Viaduct de Souleuvre, Vire, La Chapelle-sur-Vire, St Malo, and the stunning west coast beaches.

For the adventurous there is bungy jumping, parachuting, kite surfing (when the wind is up), sailing, kayaking, golf, riding and rock climbing within an hours drive.

For families there is the excellent swimming pool complex in Saint-Lô (15 minutes) and beautiful white sand beaches (near Granville). In the village there is the riding school (3 years old +), a playground, tennis court and boules pitch. 5 minutes away there is La Chapelle-sur-Vire with its very large playground and towpath for walks and cycling. There are footpaths all around us.

Locally, there are markets nearly every day. Normandy is famous for it’s apple and pork products, so try some local cider and dried ham, tripe or andouille.

Other things to see and do in Normandy

Where we are