|Grande Suite sleeping area|
The property offers luxurious villas designed to create “[A] subtle atmosphere for the feeling of a family home with muted luxury, in perfect harmony with the style and traditions of Normandy,” according to the property’s statement announcing its opening. All rooms have luxury finishes. Baths are stocked with robes, high-end amenities from Bvlgari, and equipped with one of my favorite luxuries when traveling in Europe: heated towel racks.
To help ensure that guests enjoy a tranquil visit, the villas are surrounded by more than 12 acres of parkland and gardens, including an herb garden and a grove of famous Normandy apples.
|Grande Suite bath|
Despite the resort’s refined elegance and upscale indulgences including fine dining and bespoke services, rates seem reasonable for such an upscale property.
|One of the many on-site gardens|
The property offers accommodations to singles and couples as well as families and groups of friends “for a weekend or a longer stay in Normandy.” More details are available on the resort’s web site. Take a virtual tour of the property by visiting the portfolio of photographs that is available here.
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Photos by Stephane Leroy, provided by le Domaine d’Ablon
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