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Charming host, warm and hospitable with a fun sense of humor. Our room was spacious
quiet, comfortable and clean with a beautiful view of the manicured grounds. Our stay was great and I would definitely recommend especially if you will visit Mont St Michel.
We were fortunate to be able to stay at the chateau during our recent trip to the Normandy region. It was one of the highlights of our trip! The property is absolutely beautiful - both inside and out, but our stay was made even more...More
Response from Bouceel1763, Owner at Chateau de BouceelResponded 25 December 2017
Joyeux Noël!... Merry Christmas!...
Thank you so much for all...
Régis de Roquefeuil
This place is only for stay if you wish to feel how to live in the chateau. Place is charming and old. I liked it but would not stay there for more then one night. The host was very polite and gracious. Stories he told...More
Response from Bouceel1763, Owner at Chateau de BouceelResponded 10 November 2017
We thank you for your review. I hope you do not mind I rectify your comment about breakfast at home. I think you forgot to mention that we ALSO served
Home made cake
Pressed orange juice
Which constitue a traditional...More
Beautiful historic chateau in Normandy close to Mont Saint Michel and Brittany. The chateau has been in the same family for generations. Count Regis is charming with a delightful sense of humor and kindly shared the fascinating history of his family and the chateau. Definitely...More
My daughter and I stayed here on our visit to the Loire Valley and Normandy.
From the moment we arrived we were treated like royalty. Our host was so gracious. He delighted us with stories about the family estate and his Father. We were fascinated...More
Response from Bouceel1763, Owner at Chateau de BouceelResponded 5 November 2017
I always told my chidren and grand children that fairies still exist...Don't they?
With my warms regards