des chanoines blancs
Close to Montreuil-sur-Mer and just a stone’s throw from Le Touquet and the beaches, the guest house is set in a former abbey in the hamlet of Saint André, in three hectares of parkland. All year round, it offers a bath in light and nature to enjoy on your own, as a couple or with the family.
There is also a paddock for your horse.
The estate is listed as a Historic Monument and is committed to an ethical and sustainable approach, so you can enjoy a calm, luminous and natural stay:
walks in the park, picking in the feed gardens, vegetable garden,
orchard, bowling alley, games in the grass, swimming pool, naps in the hammock, on-site massages, energising wake-up rugs in the grass.
And you’ll discover our limited edition candles and natural soaps.
And for those who really want to, teleworking is made easy with fibre optics.
This house will soon be yours!
at the domain
fresh & organic
Organic breakfasts, quick suppers and homemade cakes are served in Domaine crockery made on site in our ceramics workshop.
2 independent bedrooms and shower room, fully-equipped kitchenette, lounge/dining room, private terrace, wood-burning stove and small study. And 2 sofas by the fire.
A guest and holiday home in a listed former abbey.
an ethical holiday home.
A sustainable and concrete commitment to the environment, organic, natural and biodiversity.
Le parc accueille votre cheval pour un séjour champêtre, au pied des hêtres et des châtaigniers, à deux pas du gîte. Foin à volonté.
The domain offers soothing, revitalising massages performed by Caroline and Magalie, qualified masseuses who use only natural products and organic vegetable oil.
You can also take advantage of Caroline’s spa, just a few steps away.
A workshop set up on the estate makes the crockery for your breakfast.
Introductory workshops coming soon.
Around the domain
Because the region is full of all kinds of activities…
The estate is located in the 7 vallées d’Opale area, just a stone’s throw from the Montreuillois region, and not far from Le Touquet and Fort-Mahon, at the gateway to the Baie de Somme.
From horse-riding to seal watching, from surfing schools to farm tastings and the roasting workshop, here are just a few ideas …