|Grande Suite sleeping area|
Now, because of its success during its first full year of operation, the owners are planning an expansion.
"2016 was an excellent first year for the Domaine d'Ablon," owners Véronique and Christophe DeLaune told TheTravelPro in an email. "Strengthened by this fact, and by the high levels of satisfaction as expressed by all our guests, we are taking our adventures further [with] the construction of new suites and cottages, all with the same style and attention to detail as those already launched in the first phase of this ambitious project."
|Grande Suite bath|
The property offers a two-bedroom, 140-square meter luxury villa "La Petite Chaumière." Complete with its own private garden, the large suite is €750 per night. A 50-square meter "small suite" and an 80-square meter "large suite" are also available, for €400 and €500 per night, respectively.
Villas are surrounded by more than 12 acres of parkland and gardens, including an herb garden and a grove of famous Normandy apples.
|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, and a virtual tour of the property is available by visiting the portfolio of photographs here.
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Photos by Stephane Leroy, provided by le Domaine d’Ablon
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