€380 per night
€380 per night
Chateau de Canisy, Canisy, France

Chateau de Canisy

Canisy, France - 6-8, Rue Kergorlay

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Imagine sharing a bed with kings, queens, lords, ladies and other historical personages. At Chateau de Canisy, each guest steps into a fairytale world where the vivid history of France meets the epitome of gracious chateau living in the stunning countryside of Normandy.

Each of Chateau de Canisy’s 17 suites has been lovingly recreated to evoke dramatic periods of French history, with modern luxuries and vistas over 300 hectares of manicured parkland, verdant forests and shimmering swan lakes.

Chateau de Canisy also offers the perfect place for high-end travellers to break their journey between the World Heritage wonders of Mont St Michel, the ancient abbey, and Paris, 300km away. Normandy also boasts attractions including the D-Day landing beaches and Christian Dior’s childhood home

Normandy is a true gastronomic paradise, with some of France’s best seafood, cheeses, beef and calvados, the delicious signature apple brandy that is a Normandy staple. From farm tours to stately dinners, wine tasting, petanque and more, there are myriad amusements. Guests can immerse themselves in a millennium of history … or lose themselves in a storybook fantasy.

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The space
  • Property type: Other
  • Guest units: 17
  • Year built: 1066
  • Public classification: 4
Other accommodations

Lowest price available: €380

Double Single Standard Twin Vacation rental
  • Check-in: 2:00pm
  • Check-out: 12:00am

Other amenities

The expansive estate of Chateau de Canisy offers suitable pursuits for those to the manor born, or recently arrived. Saddle up for a gallop on horseback, chance your hand and test your arm at petanque, or join the club of golf aficionados who cherish the region's spectacular courses. Archery, fishing, cycling, clay pigeon shooting and hot air ballooning are among the other aristocratic pastimes on offer.

In the chateau itself, browse a library of timeworn tomes, appreciate family heirlooms and explore medieval cellars. In the salon de musique a string quartet strikes up; in a private discotheque concealed in a cavern, night owls shake booties and hoot.

Airport pickup Bar/lounge Bicycle rental Breakfast (extra charge) Children permitted Elevator/lift not available Gardens Gay friendly Historic site Laundry/valet service Linen included Multi-lingual staff Parking (free) Pets not allowed Restaurant on site Smoking not permitted Sports/activities Tennis Tour/sightseeing assistance WIFI (free)

Room amenities

The chateau offers 17 suites, authentically restored to evoke the glories of bygone eras. The Comtesse has personally overseen each detail. The rooms are expansive and luxurious, with vistas of gardens, forests and shimmering swan lakes. Each has its own private bathroom and every modern convenience, with the exception of television – a distraction that would break the spell. Wi-fi, however, is available for guests’ convenience.

If the walls had ears, what secrets they could share. In the Empire Suite, the spirit of a grand bygone era resides amidst resplendent details and evokes the age of Napoleon, Emperor of France, and his wife Josephine de Beauharnais, a cousin of the family of Comtesse Marie Christine. The bathroom is a faithful recreation of the former Hotel de Beauharnais in Paris.

The Polignac Suite celebrates the Restoration and the Princess de Polignac, close friend of Marie Antoinette. The last Prince, Guy de Polignac Bailli of the order of Malta was a close friend of the Kergorlay family and often stayed at the Chateau.

Cribs available Ensuite Hairdryer Maid service daily Non-smoking rooms Private bathroom Telephone Television not available Toiletries WIFI


Normandy is a name – and a region – that runs over with rich and vivid history. Its name derives from the Vikings, or ‘Northmen’, who settled in the region in the 9th Century. Its history gathers pace following the Norman Conquest of England in 1066 by William the Conqueror. The region comprises a dramatic 500km coastline, including the famed D-Day Landing beaches, lush rolling hills and charming patchwork farmlands, bustling market towns, and historical landmarks such as Caen, Bayeux and Rouen. Famed for its cider, calvados and cheese, its also a region prized for its seafood.

Points of interest
  • Mont St Michel 75 km
  • D-Day landing Beaches 50km
  • Paris 300km

Food and drink
Eating in house
The Chef at Chateau de Canisy will amaze you with his 4 course dinner feast, using locally sourced produce.

Price details

€380 - 550 per night

Incl. of Tax

An additional deposit may be requested prior to arrival. If so, you will be contacted directly after you confirm your booking.

Credit cards accepted on location: VisaMasterCardAmerican Express

Booking and cancellation policy

Unless otherwise specified, booking payments are non-refundable.

- One night will be charged for cancellations within 21 days prior to the arrival. 50% of entire stay period will be charged for cancellation within 14 days prior to the arrival. 100% of entire stay period will be charged for cancellation within 7 days prior to the arrival. No Show - The full amount will be charged

Location - Other

6-8, Rue Kergorlay
Arrondissement de Saint-Lô, Département de la Manche
Basse-Normandie (Région Basse-Normandie)
France  50750

Latitude: 49.079, Longitude: -1.1721

How to get there

Next to St Lo, in Normady

From Paris
3 hours by car
2. 5 hours by train (Paris St Lazare to Lison Station)
1 hour by Helicopter