In verdant Normandy, near the romantic Honfleur harbor and within a short distance of the famous Deauville boardwalk, Les Manoirs de Tourgéville stand in a bucolic setting in the heart of the countryside. The hotel, once the property of famous French film director Claude Lelouch, features a main building and four round-shaped manors. Originally designed as a movie set, the 4* hotel offers a total of 57 guest rooms and 35 suites. 

This summer season, the ‘1899’ restaurant is unveiling a new interior decoration. Marine Ugo, contracted to re-design the Spa by Sisley, which opened in Saint-Tropez last summer at the Byblos, another property of Groupe Floirat, has created a gentler, lighter look. The curved restaurant boasts a new palette of powder beige and white hues, delicately complementing the existing oak wood paneling. In the kitchen, Chef Emmanuel Andrieu celebrates seasonal gourmet cuisine with choice produce from local farmers. An informal menu changing according to the season is also served daily. 

The Bar Lounge opening on the patio garden welcomes guests for drinks at the bar or a quieter moment, reading by the open fire. It’s the place to meet, sharing l’aperitif and a plate of small dishes with friends, in a homelike atmosphere.