Manoir de Coutainville


The manor dominates the old village of Coutainville and offers a stunning view of the sea, the golf course and the surrounding countryside.

Within  its central courtyard garden you will enjoy an intimate and relaxing retreat.

At night, the whisper of silence will help you to fall asleep.
The Manoir de Coutainville is located on the west coast of Normandy between Cherbourg and the Mont Saint Michel bay, overlooking the Channel Islands.

The Manoir de Coutainville built during the 15th and 17th century is a listed historic monument (ISMH). It was the fief of Jean de Costentin, Lord of Coutainville and Tourville.

It is a secluded retreat between Deauville and Dinard with all the advantages of a seaside village and the serenity of a preserved location. Windswept and wild, Normandy offers the largest tidal range in Europe; the tide goes out to five kilometers and offers the foreshore, an ideal place for rock pooling or long walks on the infinite beaches.