For several decades (early 19th century), the Manoir de La Fieffe was the property of Alexis de Tocqueville's older brother, an illustrious member of the Tocqueville family, whose name we have retained for this remarkable suite. Crossed by the light, the main room, with its extraordinary dimensions (50m2), is adorned with a splendid listed 16th century fireplace topped by a fresco and flanked by two Nubian torchbearers. A welcoming meridian offers itself to you for comfortable reading.
A simpler fireplace, also listed, adorns the second adjoining room. The large bathroom has a spacious shower and an island bathtub with welcoming shapes. The many windows in this suite offer a variety of views over the gardens and the grounds.