Chateau Normand

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Sleeps: 18 - 26 Bedrooms: 12 Bathrooms: 7


Wedding Venue Ideal for Kids Pets Welcome Walk to Village Ideal for Parties Stag/Hen Allowed

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This beautiful château is situated in a green valley within walking distance of an ancient village. A long drive takes you up to the charming, fully restored manor house that can sleep 18 to 26 guests. Just half an hour from Cherbourg, this is a wonderful destination for a weekend break with family and friends or a longer stay in the summer.

The château sits among beautiful gardens with plenty of garden furniture and a purpose built BBQ area. The tranquil setting of the château includes a small stream running through the grounds, two ponds and a wood to explore.

For those who want to relive past glories, the château offers an evocative slice of France's past. Within the grounds are the ruins of former château buildings, a well dating back to 1753, a dovecote from the 16th Century, the original wine caves (now out of use and used for storage) and the stone windows of a 12th Century chapel that will simply steal your heart!

Normandy is waiting to explored, both the enchanting Cotentin Peninsular and beyond. Experience the lovely markets in nearby Valognes and medieval Bricquebec on a Friday and Monday, enjoy lunch in the charming fishing town of Barfleur or visit the wonderful beaches around Barneville-Carteret. Try some of the cuisine of the region from fresh mussels and oysters to delicious local cheeses and calvados.

Further afield, visit the D-Day landing beaches, the historic town of Bayeux and even the spectacular Mont Saint-Michel for an amazing day out in this incredible part of northern France.

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What you should know…

  • The 18-person price is for the ground and first floor of the château (9 bedrooms) whilst the 26-person price is for maximum capacity including the bedrooms on the second floor
  • Some bedrooms are part of an apartment - see the Features tab for full details
  • Check the pricing tab for dates when weekend and short breaks are possible
  • The owner lives on site in a private part of the château on the second floor (and uses an office on the ground floor). Although discreet, he is also on hand to help with any information you may need
  • Wi-Fi is featured in most bedrooms as well as the dining room and terraces in front of the château

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ Ground Floor Bed & Bath Indoor Games Outdoor Games DVD Working Fireplace Heating Caretaker/Owner on Site

1) Château (9 bedrooms) excluding second floor bedrooms (18 guests)
2) Château including all 12 bedrooms (26 guests) 

The château has been converted into a holiday home featuring a dining room, kitchen and twelve bedrooms across the château, some of which are in apartments, all within the main building (also alongside the discreet owner's apartment and office). This makes it ideal for a number of families holidaying together who wish to maintain a level of privacy.

Château Interiors

Ground Floor

-    Medieval dining room with huge decorative fireplace and dining table for up to 25 guests. Accessed via entrance door outside château or via main kitchen
-    Kitchen for all guests, fully-equipped including dishwasher, microwave, oven, hob, fridge and freezer
-    Bedroom with double bed (two mattresses making a king-size bed), rose marble fireplace and en suite bathroom. Accessed via main entrance or via kitchen, can be locked inside and can also be used as a living room if preferred (please advise in advance)
-    Bedroom with double bed and en suite bathroom
-    Bedroom with three single beds. Accessed via above double bedroom

Upper Floor Apartments and Bedrooms

-    2-bed apartment with living room with log-fire which leads to a triple bedroom with a double king-size bed and single bed. Second bedroom with small double bed and single bed. Kitchen and bathroom accessible via a corridor. Apartment on first floor in the left-wing accessed via tower.
-    2-bed apartment with living area with king-size double bed, corner kitchen, shower room and WC. Gives access via three steps to a slightly higher level with triple bedroom with small double and single bed. Apartment on first floor of the right-hand side of château, accessed via stone staircase
-    3-bedroom apartment with living room, small kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom on first floor. Stairs from living area lead up to two second-floor adjoining triple bedrooms with small double and single bed plus second WC and wash-basin. Apartment on first and second floor on the right-hand side of château, accessed via stone staircase
-    Bedroom with double bed, sofa and chairs, log-fire, dining table and en suite bathroom. On first floor
-    Bedroom with double bed, en suite bathroom and mezzanine level with bed for one small child. Second floor, located the left side of the château

Outside Grounds

-    BBQ
-    Partially enclosed garden (by old walls)
-    Play area with swings, slides and cabin
-    Table tennis
-    16th century dovecote tower with bar suitable for relaxing (music system and darts), summer meals or celebrations (no heating)
-    Garden furnishings
-    Picnic tables
-    Grounds (5 hectares) including small wood, stream and two ponds (no fishing)
-    Secure parking


-    Wi-Fi (in most bedrooms, dining room and front terraces)
-    Central heating (from October to end-April)
-    TV and DVD player (no channels)
-    Bar, darts and music player in 16th century dovecote (no heating)
-    Complimentary laundry service if required


About the surrounding area of Chateau Normand
Walk to Village Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Wine Tasting Golf Nearby Cycling Horse Riding Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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Ancient villages, châteaux, manors, churches and abbeys can be found within a short distance from Château Normand. Normandy has a rich history and is proud of its cultural heritage from the Romans, Celts, Vikings and Normans.  The local village was once the feudal domain of the Bruces, ancestors of Scotland's famous King Robert the Bruce.

Being just a half hour drive from Cherbourg port also makes it ideal for short breaks for guests arriving by ferry with departures from Portsmouth, Poole, the Channel Islands and Ireland.

The château is close to beautiful sandy beaches (20 minutes), a wide choice of restaurants (10-15 minutes), a children’s animal park (15 minutes), the traditional French markets with fresh local produce (10 minutes), La Maison du Biscuit and a hypermarket/shopping area (10 minutes).

Amazing places to visit across this region include Mont St. Michel (1.5 hour), the D-Day landing beaches (30 minutes), the Bayeux Tapestry (1 hour) and Sea Life Cherbourg (15 minutes).  Calvados from the local farmer and wine tasting can be provided if you are interested.

There is a restaurant 10km away for simple, good value French food. The local markets on Monday morning in Bricquebec (10km) and Friday morning in Valognes (12km) are also recommended. Within walking distance of the château, in the local village (2km), is a bakery, post office, bar, butcher, medical centre and pharmacy.

Tennis and horse riding can be found locally. Golf is 12km away. The area is well suited for walking, hiking and (experienced) biking.

Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Cherbourg – Maupertus Airport


Nearest Ferry Port Cherbourg


Nearest Village


Nearest Town/City Cherbourg


Nearest Restaurant Bricquebec


Nearest Shop Bakery

(2 km)

Nearest Beach Carteret


Nearest Golf nr Cherbourg



History and gastronomy go hand-in-hand in Normandy, making it a great choice if culture and fine dining are what you’re looking for in a holiday! There’s still plenty on offer besides the food and tales of yesteryear, however – you can take a tour around some of the beautiful inland towns and villages or head to the coast, where you’ll find a mixture of wide sandy beaches and rugged, romantic cliffs. If you’re not already convinced to head to one of our villas in Normandy (or maybe if you’ve already booked) you’ll find a wealth of great things to do, see and eat in our ultimate Normandy travel guide!

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Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Babies & Toddlers Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Walk to Village
  • Cycling
  • Horse Riding
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Onsite Facilities

  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • DVD
  • Toys


At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting/childcare services

Extras available at this property (payable locally):

- Change of bed linen and towels

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Event information

Château Normand is the ideal wedding venue for those looking for a relaxed yet historic setting in authentic rural French countryside.

For a unique ceremony and intimate ceremony, head to the 16th Century Pigeonnier or you could get married in a marquee in the pretty parkland. Celebrate inside by enjoying a banquet in the medieval dining room followed by dancing in old-world surroundings or spend a warm summer evening feasting with family and friends in a marquee with music til late.

Guests can wander around the glorious gardens, admiring the ancient cedars alongside palm trees, flowering summer plants and olive trees.  The newly-wed couple can catch a special moment in a hidden corner of the peaceful parkland. This is a characterful and authentic place for an informal and romantic event.

Wedding Reception
Inside the château, the reception can host up to 26 guests in the medieval dining room.

Outdoors, up to 30 people can be seated in the dovecote or on the terraces or up to 45 people int eh grounds with a hired marquee.

Dancing can take place inside one of the (cleared) bedrooms of the chateau for up to 26 people or in a hired marquee in the grounds for up to 45 people.

Music can play outside until late at a reasonable volume and as late as you like in the chateau with no indoor music restrictions. The venue can provide a dancefloor to hire.

Wedding Ceremony
The ceremony can take place in the 16th century dovecote in the grounds or in a marquee, if hired, for up to 45 people.  There is also a chapel in the village 3km away.

The owners can provide the details for an English-speaking celebrant.

Where to Stay
26 guests can sleep inside the château and three more couples can stay within walking distance of the chateau.

Wedding Planning
If event planning assistance is required the client may arrange to use their own.
Catering. The owners can recommend local caterers or clients may arrange their own.

Other Information
During high-season there is a minimum stay of 1 week.

Please note that any event rental may be subject to additional charges, venue hire fees and to a higher security deposit, which will be in addition to any published rental rates and fees.

All events are on request only and subject to prior agreement from the owner, who reserves the right to refuse all events without their prior authorisation.

Terms & Conditions



These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Arrival time 4.00 p.m.
Departure time 10.00 a.m.
Energy costs included? Yes.
Linen & towels included? Linen and towels must be hired at an extra cost of €10 per person per week (payable locally).
Heating costs included? Extra €50 per day, paid locally. Available approximately October - April.
Pets welcome? On request only and with prior agreement with the owner.
Changeover day Saturday in July and August. Flexible during all other periods.
End of stay cleaning included? Extra €120 for weekend stays, €240 for weekly stays (paid locally). However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or garbage disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
Minimum stay 2 nights mid-February to mid-May, 3 nights mid-June to July and September. 7 nights mid-May to mid-June, July and August.
Tax French Visitors Tax payable locally (typically costs €1-€3 per adult per night- please enquire if exact amount is required).
Pool towels included? No.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 18 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Sep 22nd 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021 - £2,326 £2,723 £3,119 £3,877
Jan 2nd 2021 - Feb 13th 2021 - £2,326 £2,723 £3,119 £3,877
Feb 13th 2021 - Apr 30th 2021 £1,643 £1,979 £2,315 £2,651 £3,285
Apr 30th 2021 - May 15th 2021 £1,939 £2,335 £2,731 £3,128 £3,877
May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021 - - - - £5,256
May 29th 2021 - Jun 12th 2021 - - - - £6,242
Jun 12th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021 - £2,563 £2,999 £3,436 £4,271
Jul 3rd 2021 - Sep 4th 2021 - - - - £5,585
Sep 4th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022 - £2,326 £2,723 £3,119 £3,877
Jan 1st 2022 - Feb 12th 2022 - £2,326 £2,723 £3,119 £3,877
Feb 12th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022 £1,643 £1,979 £2,315 £2,651 £3,285

Prices based on an occupancy of 26 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Sep 22nd 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021 - £2,760 £3,230 £3,700 £4,599
Jan 2nd 2021 - Feb 13th 2021 - £2,760 £3,230 £3,700 £4,599
Feb 13th 2021 - Apr 30th 2021 £1,971 £2,375 £2,778 £3,181 £3,942
Apr 30th 2021 - May 15th 2021 £2,300 £2,770 £3,241 £3,711 £4,599
May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021 - - - - £6,242
May 29th 2021 - Jun 12th 2021 - - - - £6,242
Jun 12th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021 - £2,957 £3,461 £3,965 £4,928
Jul 3rd 2021 - Sep 4th 2021 - - - - £6,242
Sep 4th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022 - £2,760 £3,230 £3,700 £4,599
Jan 1st 2022 - Feb 12th 2022 - £2,760 £3,230 £3,700 £4,599
Feb 12th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022 £1,971 £2,375 £2,778 £3,181 £3,942

Prices based on an occupancy of 18 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Sep 22nd 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021 - €2,379 €2,775 €3,172 €3,965
Jan 2nd 2021 - Feb 13th 2021 - €2,379 €2,775 €3,172 €3,965
Feb 13th 2021 - Apr 30th 2021 €1,680 €2,016 €2,352 €2,688 €3,360
Apr 30th 2021 - May 15th 2021 €1,983 €2,379 €2,775 €3,172 €3,965
May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021 - - - - €5,375
May 29th 2021 - Jun 12th 2021 - - - - €6,383
Jun 12th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021 - €2,621 €3,058 €3,494 €4,368
Jul 3rd 2021 - Sep 4th 2021 - - - - €5,711
Sep 4th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022 - €2,379 €2,775 €3,172 €3,965
Jan 1st 2022 - Feb 12th 2022 - €2,379 €2,775 €3,172 €3,965
Feb 12th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022 €1,680 €2,016 €2,352 €2,688 €3,360

Prices based on an occupancy of 26 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Sep 22nd 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021 - €2,822 €3,293 €3,763 €4,704
Jan 2nd 2021 - Feb 13th 2021 - €2,822 €3,293 €3,763 €4,704
Feb 13th 2021 - Apr 30th 2021 €2,016 €2,419 €2,822 €3,225 €4,032
Apr 30th 2021 - May 15th 2021 €2,352 €2,822 €3,293 €3,763 €4,704
May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021 - - - - €6,383
May 29th 2021 - Jun 12th 2021 - - - - €6,383
Jun 12th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021 - €3,024 €3,528 €4,032 €5,040
Jul 3rd 2021 - Sep 4th 2021 - - - - €6,383
Sep 4th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022 - €2,822 €3,293 €3,763 €4,704
Jan 1st 2022 - Feb 12th 2022 - €2,822 €3,293 €3,763 €4,704
Feb 12th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022 €2,016 €2,419 €2,822 €3,225 €4,032

Prices based on an occupancy of 18 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Sep 22nd 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021 - $2,800 $3,196 $3,592 $4,666
Jan 2nd 2021 - Feb 13th 2021 - $2,800 $3,196 $3,592 $4,666
Feb 13th 2021 - Apr 30th 2021 $1,977 $2,313 $2,649 $2,985 $3,954
Apr 30th 2021 - May 15th 2021 $2,333 $2,729 $3,126 $3,522 $4,666
May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021 - - - - $6,326
May 29th 2021 - Jun 12th 2021 - - - - $7,512
Jun 12th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021 - $3,084 $3,521 $3,958 $5,140
Jul 3rd 2021 - Sep 4th 2021 - - - - $6,721
Sep 4th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022 - $2,800 $3,196 $3,592 $4,666
Jan 1st 2022 - Feb 12th 2022 - $2,800 $3,196 $3,592 $4,666
Feb 12th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022 $1,977 $2,313 $2,649 $2,985 $3,954

Prices based on an occupancy of 26 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Sep 22nd 2020 - Jan 2nd 2021 - $3,321 $3,792 $4,262 $5,535
Jan 2nd 2021 - Feb 13th 2021 - $3,321 $3,792 $4,262 $5,535
Feb 13th 2021 - Apr 30th 2021 $2,373 $2,776 $3,179 $3,582 $4,745
Apr 30th 2021 - May 15th 2021 $2,768 $3,238 $3,709 $4,179 $5,535
May 15th 2021 - May 29th 2021 - - - - $7,512
May 29th 2021 - Jun 12th 2021 - - - - $7,512
Jun 12th 2021 - Jul 3rd 2021 - $3,559 $4,062 $4,566 $5,931
Jul 3rd 2021 - Sep 4th 2021 - - - - $7,512
Sep 4th 2021 - Jan 1st 2022 - $3,321 $3,792 $4,262 $5,535
Jan 1st 2022 - Feb 12th 2022 - $3,321 $3,792 $4,262 $5,535
Feb 12th 2022 - Mar 26th 2022 $2,373 $2,776 $3,179 $3,582 $4,745

Please note that prices may not be 100% accurate for dates outside of the current calendar year. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Owner Profile

Property Owner

How long have you owned the property?
20 years.

What was it about the property that you first fell in love with?
I loved the quietness, the natural settings and that it is still so close to facilities like ferry, village walking distance with butcher, bakery... all the nice things of France.

Are there any interesting stories in its history?
We were the first dutch owners in the region as the french people did not invest in big properties at that time we bought it.

Have you ever had any famous guests staying?
Sylvie Gill, famous wedding photographer from the States for a wedding workshop.

What’s the strangest or most difficult guest request you’ve ever received?
"I want to come with my helicopter as it is my wifes birthday and I want to fly her for the day to Paris for shopping, I can land my helicopter in your gardens, don't you agree?" No sorry , this is not possible.

For anyone coming to stay is there anything in the surrounding area they should...
Really do?

Go to the lovely beaches on the North, East and South.

Really eat?
Seafood. It's so fresh, nice and so cheap!

Really see?
The Botanic garden in Vauville

Lastly, what insider tip would you pass on about the property or the area?
The chateau has lovely gardens to fully enjoy the french countryside, lots of place for children to play, nice informal atmosphere, full of character, not for fuzzy people.



  • This is really a hidden gem!

    Posted by Marcel and Marianne U. on 10/01/2020

    So glad to have found this! A lot of French castles are chique and sophisticated, but also a little bit boring... Chateau Normand still has an authentic and robust charm. Rooms that have been decorated with passion and with an arty feel. We really felt at home here. We spent a few days in December with Frans at the castle. It's a unique experience. The children loved the tower stairs (which seemed like you just stepped into medieval times). And we also loved the bar outside (in the ancient dovecote) where the walls are lit with hundreds of candles. The children also loved playing in the huge garden while we drank Calvados by the fireplace. Frans, thanks a million for your hospitality!
    And what a beautiful environment! Brix is close to really lovely fishing villages and beautiful beaches. And walking from the Nez du Jobourg/Cap de la Hague was so beautiful, it almost seemed like walking in Ireland!

  • Charming Chateau

    Posted by Mechteld on 07/01/2020

    A lovely place in a charming setting. We were a group of 16 people and had a wonderful time. Francois the owner is very kind and very helpful. The bedrooms are spacious and we all slept well. I recommend to use one bedroom on the ground floor as sitting room

  • Perfect chateau in stunning countryside

    Posted by Shane on 06/01/2020

    The host, Frank, is one of the most amazing and generous people I have ever met. I am a film Producer/ Director and cinematographer. We asked Frank if we could make our movie at Chateau Normand, and Frank welcomed us with open arms. To be honest without Frank's help and unwavering commitment to our film we would have never finished it, Chateau Normand is an amazing location situated in Normandy France and was so beautiful and perfect for all our filming needs - I can't wait to actually go back for a holiday and relax in the stunning countryside. We could not have asked for a better host or location for our Medieval/Modern day film. Thank you again Frank for everything.

  • An enormous thank you!

    Posted by Daphne on 09/10/2019

    An enormous thank you for all your warmth, welcome, care and good auspices - to know you is to adore you.

  • An absolute joy!

    Posted by Alex on 15/09/2019

    Thank you so much for everything over the past 3 weeks. It has been an absolute joy to meet you and stay in your lovely house. I can honestly say that we are all gutted to be leaving you.
    I'll keep you in my heart - what an absolute joy it has been.

  • Amazing experience!

    Posted by Lenaha on 17/08/2019

    Thank you for this amazing experience! I am grateful for people in the world like you!

  • Danke

    Posted by Esmeralda on 21/06/2019

    Danke je wel voar je qast vryheid en... quzelliqheid. Wy hadden een arodie tyol in chateau.

  • A very relaxing holiday!

    Posted by Helen on 10/06/2019

    Thank you so very much for making us so very welcome at your wonderful chateau after a couple of tiring days for us and many exausting days for you. We are feeling very relaxed and comfortable here and would love to stay longer to explore the house and history. Thank you so very much for your very kind hospitality.

  • Great stay at Chateau Normand

    Posted by Anna M on 29/08/2017

    We had a great stay at Chateau Normand! We rented the whole estate and stayed for a week with our extended family to celebrate a birthday. The estate worked very well with the separate apartments even though we mainly used the main kitchen. The youngsters shared the left wing of the estate and adults the right wing. We had also a lot of fun in the separate bar. During the days, we went for different excursions that you find plenty of just around the corner. And we enjoyed the marvelous fresh seafood. The service we got from our host was also super great and attentive. I warmly recommend staying at Chateau Normand.

  • Wonderful

    Posted by Matt H on 27/09/2016

    A group of 7 of us stayed here as a base to watch the 2 stages of the Tour de France in Normandy. We stayed one night and had a great time. The rooms were very spacious, free wi-fi and the beds were very comfortable.
    Arriving at about 10am, we were very early but the host was more than accommodating offering us the pigeoniere to get changed into our cycling gear and a drink if we wanted. We left our bags, and cycled for the day before heading back for evening dinner. The meal was great, and all 3 courses really hit the ticket! The TV was put on in the dinner room for the Euro 2016, and our host constantly checked to ensure that all his guests had everything they needed.
    I would highly recommend the Chateau as a base in Normandy. I plan to come here again with my family at some stage.

  • Authentic Charm

    Posted by James on 21/09/2016

    The Chateau has a wonderful, old world, authentic charm. We traipsed around the grounds and the neighborhood in the morning and just enjoyed the pastoral beauty of the area. It's a great central location for exploring the countryside.

  • Such an amazing place

    Posted by Anonymous Guest on 16/07/2010

    Have had a brilliant time. Your chateau is gorgeous. Thanks, Ali. Such an amazing place! Thanks for making us feel so welcome. The church was great to use for our performances.

  • I will highly recommend your chateau to all our friends!

    Posted by Mike Mcintosh on 16/07/2010

    We are finally back and settled in after our vacation. wanted to let you know how much we liked the Chateau and your hospitality, will highly recommend your chateau to all our friends!

  • Thank you so much

    Posted by Sarah Bowman on 16/07/2010

    Dear Karin and Francois, I thought that I would write to you to express our deepest thanks for a lovely weekend, we all had such a good time which I know was due to the lovely welcome that you gave us. Thank you so much

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