La Vielle Ferme (Normandy) is an 18th Century farmhouse in the centre the village of Fresné-la-Mère, just 5km from the historic town of Falaise (the birth place of William the Conqueror) within the Calvados department of Normandy.
The property was a working farm until the early 90s and since then has been converted to a 5 bedroom Chambre D’ hôtes,(Bed and Breakfast), within 2 acres of land.
The days of it being a working farm might be over but you can still see some goats and chickens throughout the grounds and you may even see some ducks and moorhens enjoying our large pond. Take a look around our web site and see all our facilities and the great things Normandy has to offer!
La Vieille Ferme,
34 Rue de l`ecole,Fresne-La-Mere,
TEL :0033 231200722
including some wine & coffee
Dinner is served from 7pm without change to the menu except dietary requirements.
Made as much as possible from locally sourced ingredients some even from our own garden.
simple snack menu
this can be chosen on arrival.
Available from 6pm. Vegetarians/vegans catered for!
Good option if you want something simple.
All our rooms can be booked on line.
All room tariffs include continental breakfast.
Rooms must be vacated by 10.30am on day of departure unless previously agreed.
We prefer you to arrive between 4pm – 7pm(arrivals outside these hours need to be pre-arranged)
Rooms range between €55 (1 person) and (€100 5 people one room)
We came here as 3 couples as a stop off on our way to a boating holiday. We loved it here, they were so friendly and accommodating. Lovely sitting in the garden but also a room with tea and coffee, books, games etc. The food was excellent. Thoroughly recommend
We have stayed here a few times now and never been disappointed, delightful owners, spotlessly clean rooms with a very comfortable bed. As a bonus food to die for, it is well worth booking an evening meal as they are delicious, as indeed is breakfast.
Wonderful little stop. We came here in the way to and from our holiday rental. Great move!
Comfy traditional farm house, run by a lovely English family. They have embraced French life and offer a traditional French breakfast with home made yoghurt ( oh wow ) the best bread I tasted in France and much more. The room for five was ample and comfortable. We arrived exhausted to a superb dinner from the bar menu which was more than a snack menu. Gourmet dinner sounded wonderful but my children are fussy. The lounge was really nice with tea and coffee and mini bar…tv etc. In fact it was like home from home but in a lovely rustic country setting.
Can’t fault it and the hosts were lovely people. I would imagine French people would feel equally as welcome as they have embraced French life.
One to come back to. The area is great too. My daughter visited the castle of William the conqueror with her school and loved it.