The many architectural qualities of this characteristic manor house in the north of the Cotentin peninsula have earned it a place on the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments . Although it belongs to two different eras - the 16th and 19th centuries - its perfectly symmetrical facade gives it great harmony. It is a soothing place . Once inside the walls, you can feel the peace and quiet that emanates from the stone, a gentleness that makes it a natural place to welcome people. As soon as you arrive, you will be immersed in the warm atmosphere of a family home , one of those where one likes to spend one's holidays, to rest and to recharge one's batteries. Furniture and objects collected over time, the exuberant harmony of the garden, and the little touches that punctuate your stay create a charming setting conducive to relaxation.
Take a break in the countryside, a few minutes from the centre of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin and and discover the wonderful landscapes of this little-known region!
La Glacerie owes its name to the presence
of a royal mirror glass factory (1667-1834)
on its territory.
It supplied mirrors to the GALERIE DES
GLACES of the CHÂTEAU DE VERSAILLES