L'Etang Cottage,
Cerisy La Foret

Beautiful British owned cottage to let


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Reply SamuelHak
8:48 AM on July 27, 2017 
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Reply Tim Doggart
4:43 PM on August 8, 2016 
Had a great week. Cottage was lovely and equipped with everything we needed. Very convenient for the local sites of historical interest.
Reply Phil and Bev Reed
5:14 AM on August 19, 2015 
A wonderful week (Not long enough) spent at L'Etang Cottage. The Cottage has every thing that you could want to make a very comfortable stay. The view across the lake to the Abbey is stunning. The D-Day beaches are within easy reach, or for the more adventurous Kayaking at Clercy (not sure how I got talked into it but it was fun) There is something for everyone of all ages. we all want to come back. Phil, Bev, Elliott and Piers.
Reply Martin Palmieri
7:18 AM on August 3, 2014 
Thanks again, Paul.. Visit number 5!!! What else is there to say about the cottage? The addition of the dishwasher was most welcome.. and the kids would have spent ages on the Wii had they not been glued to the Commonwealth Games! This year's highlights were me cycling all 5 D-Day Beaches, the Lights of Freedom show in Bayeux and the zoo in Lisieux. I know we will end up buying our own property in the area..
Reply Gill
4:20 PM on September 9, 2013 
We loved our time at the cottage and have such happy memories of our time on the beaches and looking at so many fabulous sites, especially of course the view of the Abbey outside the house. Thanks very much
Reply Martin Palmieri
9:16 AM on August 18, 2013 
Our 4th visit was as remarkable as the previous visits... thank you, Paul, yet again... I must have taken hundreds of photos of the cottage and the abbey over our visits, because we love it there. Lots more exploring this year and loads of cycling (me!).. the new supermarket in the village is a welcome addition to our favourite place in France. Look forward to booking again and perhaps bringing my parents next time. Martin, Nicola and family..
Reply Anne Sealey
11:21 AM on April 25, 2013 
Thank you so much Paul for a lovely stay at the beginning of Apri and letting us use your cottage with Em,ily. It was the most relaxing holiday we have had. My 7 year old son said it was the best holiday he has had. The area was beautiful, the cottage so homely and better equipped than our own home. I have to mention the beds, as they were so comfy and usually after a week in a holiday home I can't wait to get back to my own, but this wasn't the case this time. The weather was good to us and we just had the best time exploring the area and practising our French. The locals are lovely and very helpful. Everything about the holiday was just perfect and we will definitely be back. Anne, Tom and James
Reply Emily Baker
7:24 AM on April 7, 2013 
L'Etang Cottage is fabulous! The perfect retreat if you're looking for a quiet, restful home from home. It is incredibly well equipped,very clean and has an immense selection of board games! The view from the top bedrooms and living room is second to none and the surrounding area is great for walks both short and long. We had a lovely week here and found it a great base for exploring the Normandy area.
Reply Nicky Bloss/Keating
3:26 PM on July 10, 2012 
Thanks to Paul for allowing us to stay at this wonderful cottage! A real home from home...(English TV was great !) a view to die for from the lounge window, and lovely little walled garden to sit and soak up some sun (and to watch the resident blue tit coming and going from it's nest in the wall!). The village has everything you need, butchers, bakers etc and the shop-keepers were very helpful in trying to translate my school-girl french! If Paul will have us we will definately be back at some point....maybe next time with the dog, as there is a lovely forest nearby - and beaches a short car ride away. The roads are also very quiet, a real treat for anyone used to battling our over-crowded English highways! ... I will refrain from saying more, in case these reviews make it too popular - and I won't be able to book again!! :-) Thanks Again ... Nicky & Tony
Reply Sharon McTernan
3:56 PM on May 25, 2012 
We just had 2 weeks at the cottage with our 2 dogs. Everything about it is great. You never tire of the view of the gorgeous abbey and we were lucky to see it illuminated for a few nights over the Ascension Day period. We have stayed in lots of rented houses in France, Ireland and Spain and I've never seen such a good range of kitchen equipment. We also appreciated the UK tv channels. The nearby forest and beaches (not too far a drive away) were ideal for walking the dogs. Just one tiny request - a curtain or blind in the lounge area for evenings perhaps?
We had a superb time Paul - THANKS!