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Emmanuelle Mansions

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Excellent 5/5 Score from 3 reviews

Welcoming reception area at Ebenezer Mansions.

House | 9 bedrooms | sleeps 18

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 54km

Emmanuelle Mansions: combines both Properties, Ebenezer and Hidden Gem: They are ideally located a short walk 2 km from Aumale town itself. Booking the co-located properties allows the usage of all the added extra's at Ebenezer including clothes washing facilities, pool, table tennis, secure play area, bar-b-q, Outdoor picnic tables, making it ideal for that large group gathering: Secluded, quiet, yet near enough to walk to town or bicycle a unique relaxing experience will be encountered here: The rushing of the waterfall can be heard behind Hidden Gem bedrooms, to soothe you to sleep, after a game of Snooker on the half size table or Table tennis to end that relaxing day. Ebenezer Mansions', Dinner table + kitchen can be arranged such that all guests can dine together.

Picnic tables out front can be used in conjunction with the barb-b-q or for just watching Nature go by, or that glass of your favourite tipple, just before settling down to bed or reading one of the many books supplied within the twin properties.

Both Properties are also available singly, as Ebenezer Mansions, sleeps up to 12 & Hidden Gem our Lovely cottage by the waterfall sleeps up to 6.

Size Sleeps up to 18, 9 bedrooms
Nearest beach Le Tréport 54 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Beauvais 53 km, Nearest railway: Aumale 2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 9 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (4), Double beds (7), Cots (2), Dining seats for 20, Lounge seats for 18
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Shared garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Parking, Wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Excellent Full Kitchen with Automated Coffee machine, plenty of fridge + freezer capacity, cutlery, utensils to lay on a feast for all. Full Clothes washing facilities, games room, ideal for younger or older children, 1/2 size snooker and pool table, Table Tennis table, bats + balls. Lots of Children's books, dvd's, video's + their own area. Choice of bathrooms, bedrooms, to suit most configurations.

Further details outdoors

External Picnic tables by grassed Parking area, Bar-b-q area situated behind Ebenezer Mansions: Safe secure play area for children outside for soccer, basketball, etc. Plenty of grass by the lakes 2 min through back gate, for extra room for frisbee, or just sitting relaxing watching the river go by.

The Normandy region

Normandy is made up of five rich and varied counties:- Seine maritime, Eure, Orne, Calvados and Manche. Aumale is within the Seine maritime region of Normandy, approximately, two hours from Paris. In-between the seine valley and channel coast, famous for its dramatic cliff lines, rolling open countryside and the twist and turns of the River Seine. We are on the border of the Picardy or Picardie region:

Normandy, with its proximity to Paris for Disneyland together with a number of fashionable seaside resorts like Dieppe, Hornflour or Tourville along its coast indicate that this region has everything you could wish for; Etretat, Fecamp and Dieppe are three of the coastal areas well worth a mention.

Dieppe is a gem of a town. Famous for its Saturday morning market. Many of the streets in the old town just have to be explored. A majority of these are pedestrianised and it is delightful to view the historic buildings dating back to the17th century on foot. ...soaking in the atmosphere created by an abundance of timbered houses and huge chateaux set in the circuit of a glorious medieval past.

People who have stayed here have been to visit the historical world war II sites in Mont St Michel, Vimy and the Somme. Locally, towns like Rouen and Amiens, are truly places of inspiration. Indeed, Rouen, is known as the jewel in the crown -considered to be the capital of upper Normandy- Itself only half an hours drive from Aumale. The neighbouring county of Picardy (Picardie) also has long sandy beaches by the Somme estuary in the west.

Aumale

Aumale is a very popular base with Parisians, especially for the beach!

Quiet a historic town itself, with many of the half-timbered houses so characteristic in this region. It's not surprising then that you won't find a single charity shop in the town-it has a diverse range of specality shops like patisserie bakeries, butchers, delicatessens and an anglers accessories shop, which by the way sells the fishing licence (~5 Euros per day).

There seems to have been a deliberate choice to place the only supermarket (Intermarche) just outside town. A tourist office in the centre will keep you updated as to what is going on in the locality.

We are pleasantly amazed by the different things we find to do here. During the summer we found an archery club just near the two lakes and by the villa. We located a delightful horse riding school three miles from Aumale-They have been more than willing to take on the novice rider!

During Summer, we learnt that Aumale has a public heated Open Air Pool in the town centre. The nearest Indoor pools are in the towns of Formarie ~15km away and Grandvillers 20Km-this town has a larger indoor pool.

There is a Quad Biking arena not far from the town.

Eating out in Aumale is affordable as it not only has a pizza and Turkish Kebab restaurant in the centre but there is another pizza place just behind the Ebenezer which is set by the waterfront. This same country road also leads into the town centre.

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Review 1-3 of 3

2 Feb 2014

5/5

"Enjoyed the breathtaking scenery of Normandy from perfect accommodations"

Nestled in the quaint countryside of Normandy, Ebenezer Guest House also affords the convenience of Aumale's nearby shops.The first evening, we enjoyed walking along the lane, over the stream, an… More

11 Jan 2013

5/5

"Excellent spacious accommodation for large parties"

I stayed at Emmanuelle Mansions along with my family for Christmas 2012 there were 17 of us in total ranging in age from 18 to 86! We also hired the smaller property Hidden Gem to accommodate some of the younger members of the family.

The property was lovely and warm and the bedrooms were really spacious, beds all made up for us on arrival with nice duvet sets. If I had a criticism of the bedrooms I would say the wardrobes were too small and there wasn't enough hanging space - or do I have too many clothes!! It was handy having the two large bathrooms and 3 toilets when everyone was trying to get ready in the morning. The older members of the party had the downstairs bedrooms as the stairs are quite steep.

I especially liked the comfy settees in the property which in the past has been lacking in properties in France that we have hired, we all sat around in the lounge area every night and played lots of games in comfort. We did however take a few of our own camping chairs as from past experience in other properties you can never get everyone sat down all together on settees and dining chairs of an evening get a bit uncomfortable after a while! The house is very sociable as the downstairs is open plan so you don't miss anything if its your turn to cook you can still join in with conversations!! The youngsters especially enjoyed retreating to the loft area and watching dvd's and having their own space, it is a very attractive feature to the property, also everyone enjoyed playing table tennis in the converted garage area - hours were spent in there by the men with a few beers!!

There is so much to see in the surrounding area, we had a super trip to Rouen on Christmas Eve which is a beautiful city well worth a visit. We also enjoyed the walk into Aumale from the back of the property, we didn't touch a main road and it's a lovely walk and a really interesting little town. We didn't eat out there were too many of us and we were so comfortable at the house we felt it would have been a bit of a waste of money, we enjoyed our mealtimes all sat around the large table. Catering was very easy there are lots of pots, pans, crockery and utensils together with a useful cupboard of spices etc, I did miss my double range oven though!

The owner Bertram met us when we arrived and showed us how everything worked, he was very helpful and did everything he could to make our stay enjoyable, on our return he has also very promptly repaid us back our breakage deposit. Paul who helps Bertram manage the property has been really helpful, he is quick to e-mail back any answers to questions you might have and is extremely well organised and friendly.

An excellent Christmas was had by all young and old and it was extremely good value for money.

7 Jan 2013

4/5

"Spacious and well appointed holiday homes in a pleasant environment"

For a family reunion at New Year 2013 we stayed in Ebenezer and Hidden Gem cottages, with 6 adults and 5 children. There was plenty of space for all en we appreciated that there were several lounging areas with comfortable furniture so that it even was occasionally possible to read a book, with all these 2 to 8 years old boys around.

We were welcomed by the owner, who h'd come all the way from London; when we arrived, everything was in a splendid state.

We used only one of the kitchen/dining areas and even if our company had been complete (14 people) there would have been enough space at the dining table. There were plenty of kitchen utensils and cooking facilities, a freezer and two fridges. The central heating functioned perfectly.

We coped with the absence of Wifi internet by purchasing a low priced prepaid data mobile SIM-card (SFR has the best 3G coverage there) on a mobile phone and tethering the other devices from it.

My wife and I had the privilege to sleep next to the waterfall behind the Hidden Gem and hardly ever we slept so well.

For continental visitors it may be useful to bring a few adapters as most of the wall outlets are UK style.

In case you rent both properties, be aware that there is no internal corridor; there is 10 meters of public road between them.

In summary: a nice place to spend a Christmas holidays with a large family.

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  • 6 Years listed

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Based in United Kingdom

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