Anne-Béatrice and Vincent will greet you in a place out of time between hills and dales in an old hunting lodge dating from the early 18th century at the edge of the forest, neighbouring some roe-deers, pheasants or rabbits ...with a beautiful view on the valley of the Eaulne.
This ancient religious house welcoming the pilgrims to St Jacques de Compostelle was demolished in the 17th century and rebuilt in the early 18th, then refastened to the Hybouville castle.
Anne-Béatrice and Vincent welcome you at The Farival in a serene atmosphere.
Warm hospitality, comfort of natural linen bedclothes and the tranquility of the beautiful library.
The common rooms
- Entrance hall with a fire place
- living-room with a library and a fireplace
- veranda viewing on the valley, the pond and the surrounding forest.
On the edge of the woods and at the end of a lane, a pretty 4500 m2 garden awaits you with unrestricted views of the Eaulne Valley.
From the rigour of a monastry garden, where each step leads to the discovery of rooms of greenery with colourful perennials, priest's square, with lavender alongside evergreens to the contrasting generosity of an English garden.
On the valley side, grasses and aquatic plants play with the light around the unfenced pond. Discover the hidden rose garden, then follow an alley of "pomettes" to the vegetable garden.
Finally, the orchard reveals a collection of espalier apricot, plum, pear and apple trees as well as quince and piqueminier.
Guest-room Aros is located on the 1st floor of the house and facing the southern garden.
Dormer window. Intimate, warm and cosy atmosphere. Beautiful timber frame. Wood decor.
Shower. Lavatory. Storage space. King-size double bed.