The permaculture vegetable garden gives you the best it has to offer! During your stroll, you can pick and taste some of the fruits and vegetables.
Speak to and get some advice from our master gardener. Take a seat by the greenhouse for a moment of calm and discover these fruits and vegetables on your plate at dinnertime.
With sheep, chickens and bees, feel completely immersed in nature at our pastoral farming area.
Discover all about beehive life with Jason, feed the sheep, collect eggs, or simply walk through the long, tall grass.
It’s a world of escapism and discovery at the gates of the château.
Nothing beats a bite of a piece of fruit picked straight from the tree, and it’s even recommended for its health benefits. At the Château Saint-Gilles, you can do just this.
With apricots, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, blackberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants and cherries, this large open-air basket of organic fruit is yours to enjoy from spring to autumn.
During your walk through the château’s grounds, enjoy a unique experience in our treehouse, which offers a wonderful view over the natural surroundings.
Whether you’re there as a couple or as a family, you’ll find board games to play or simply enjoy a unique experience at the heart of the woods.
Normandy is a destination where nature, heritage and history fuse together, and our hotel just five minutes by car from the centre of Bayeux is a true green oasis.
Venture into a world of pure natural surroundings amid the century-old beeches and yews on our grounds, where you’re guaranteed to feel relaxed and refreshed. In this natural paradise, you’ll find hammocks and giant deck chairs. It all adds up to a moment of pure relaxation.
Spanning six hectares of parkland, our grounds near Bayeux are a real wonderland, almost straight out of a fairy tale! Take the time for a long walk in this parkland dotted with various viewpoints over the cathedral and the Normandy countryside.
You’ll be able to take a gentle stroll by following the walking trails (with options for 1, 5 and 10 km walks) stopping off at the various large wooden games and puzzles.