We welcome you in a magnificent exotic garden, on the heights of the "Little Nice of the Manche", nicknamed thanks to its microclimate that allowed the monks of Mont St Michel to cultivate their vines. It is in this haven of peace that came to seek inspiration and rest a number of artists: Cocteau, Colette, but also the most illustrious one who stayed during 40 days in 1944: the General Eisenhower!
Charles Kula, great Parisian builder and the founder of pre-apprenticeship workshops-schools, leaves a Viollet-le-Duc-inspired imprint. The faucets and washbasins from the 1880s (also exhibited at the Musée Nissim de Camondo), as well as the decoration of the rooms, perfectly reflect the unique and typical atmosphere of the "grand mansions" of the bay of Mont-St-Michel, a place of contemplation and magic in all its authenticity!READ MORE
Ideally situated for your trips between Normandy and Brittany, you can head off for many different activities. From Granville (Christian Dior museum), you can discover the islands Chausey, Jersey, etc. It is also possible to cross the bay accompanied by a guide (6.5km from the beach) by walking or on the horse and to visit the Mont Saint Michel (possible to return by bus). The family Leroy will be happy to help you plan your excursions in the close surroundings or to more distant destinations as the landing beaches (1,5h) or the Cotentin. On site :
We had a real pleasure in delivering our economic speech on the Franco-Indian exchanges at Les Hauts. The setting is splendid and we understand why General Eisenhower and President Edouard Herriot spoke of the "most beautiful kilometer of France". The mansion, the hanging gardens facing the Mont Saint Michel and the kindness of the owners were particularly appreciated. The participants and organizers of the exhibition, the business leaders and members of the ICC (international chambre of commerce), the local politicians, the ambassador and I have kept an excellent memory of this reception.JJ SinghGeneral of the Indian armies
Without a doubt a wonderful place to discover the bay, in the calm and serenity it requires to really appreciate it. Time has stopped at the castle with its wonderful living room and its imposing fireplace and wood paneling, its rooms of another century with a decor reminding oneself of a museum. The furniture is beautiful, precious and we really drifted off to a dream from the balcony of the room Napoleon, overlooking the magistral Mont Saint-Michel.Hervé MazeFrance
It starts with a small, almost confidential market, the least one can say quiet. It is Sunday. Close to Mont St-Michel, this peaceful place in itself seems to spread its magic throughout the bay. St-Jean-le-Thomas is a victim of this peaceful magic. The tourist fervor turned away probably out of respect for this tranquility. And then, as an ode to this tranquility, the Hauts de la Baie welcomes you. In its garden first of all, a true jewel box born from the passion of its owners. And then the house, what do I say a castle whose salons will not leave you indifferent.Jean-Marc GaudardSwitzerland