In a vast 11-hectare park, Sissi Castle was named after Empress Elisabeth of Austria stayed in the hotel during the summer of 1875. This is a place where Sissi liked to take the "Sea Baths". The rooms are known for their elegance and refinement, combining modernity and comfort. The hotel has two suites, two family rooms and 28 individually decorated rooms with views of the park. Each room is spacious, air-conditioned and equipped with cable TV, telephone, safe and private bathroom. The bathroom in some rooms are equipped with Balneotherapy bath. The entire property, be it the common areas or the rooms, has access to free Wi-Fi. It is completely non-smoking. For customers transported, parking is free and is available without prior reservation. It can accommodate coaches. In addition, the hotel has three charging stations for electric vehicles. For your meetings and banquets, meeting rooms are available. The Sissi bar and lounge are open for tea or an aperitif. The restaurant "Les 3 roses" offers a refined and traditional cuisine made with local products in a cozy and warm atmosphere. You can even enjoy your family lunch or a romantic dinner on the sunny terrace. The same services are offered for those who wish to occupy the reception rooms and the private lounge which can receive group meals, birthday, baptism, communion, seminars or private parties. It should also be noted that a continental breakfast is served in buffet style. A space "relaxation" and "well-being" is available within the hotel itself to rejuvenate you.Expert hands offer "Wellness massage", "Californian massage", "Abhyanga Ayurvedic massage", "Traditional Thai massage" and "foot reflexology". To immortalize your visit to the castle of Sissi, it has a gift shop. For an additional fee, pets are allowed in the castle.
Why stay at Sissi Castle in Normandy?
Your stay can only be unforgettable in this romantic setting less than two hours from Paris and by the sea. It offers you the best of Sassetot-le-Mauconduit and your wish to live a castle life is granted. For amateurs, a golf course on sixty-four hectares of eighteen towers and nine holes is located a few minutes from the "Castle Sissi". Other activities such as horse riding, windsurfing and fishing are possible near the property. You can also at the tennis court of the hotel. You can go hiking to discover the surroundings. For this, a bicycle rental is available on site. If you need a private driver, we provide professionally trained drivers.
Private chauffeured car service to visit the Cliff of Etretat
Etretat was a fishing town where women came to wash clothes on the beach. Currently, it is known to be a famous tourist site. With an average height of 100 m, white and vertical, they are the best known in France. Writers and poets like Claude Monet have even taken inspiration from this place. During a ride at sea, you can discover the cliffs by the different trails overlooking the Channel. Other trails lead directly to the Chapel of Our Lady of the Guard, offering you panoramic views of the beach. Whether from your ship or at the top, you will be amazed by the rugged beauty of the landscape with its famous limestone cliffs. The white chalk dating back about ninety million years contrasts with the changing sky and wavelets under the cries of gulls. On the beach, there are only pebbles, allowing you to make ricochets, for the pleasure of young and old. However, it is forbidden to pick them up, because these pebbles protect the coastline. The little ones can play games on the rocks, try to catch crabs, shrimps and other sea creatures or look for sea anemones in the "secret caves". The cliff of Amont in the West and the cliff of the Aval in the East are accessible only at low tide. These are the two best-known sites. You can access the top of the Amont cliff located facing the sea by a small tourist train or on foot. This cliff is dominated by a chapel. The cliff of Aval was even quoted in the Roman "Bel Ami" Maupassant who said it looked like an elephant dipping his trunk in the sea. Apart from these two cliffs, you can visit other sites such as the Manneporte, la Courtine, the rock Vaudieu and the needle of Belvel. For your stay in Normandy, ask us for a driver to help you discover the region.
Car service to visit the Benedictine Palace
Built in the late nineteenth century in honor of the Benedictine liquor and inaugurated in 1888, this museum has combined styles: Gothic, Renaissance and Art Nouveau. This architectural masterpiece preserves exceptional collections of ancient arts in the effigy of its founder, Alexander the Great. Classified site and monument of Normandy, the Benedictine Palace offers guided tours and educational tours. Workshops are also reserved for adults. Family activities and free tastings for adults are also available. The visits last between seventy-five and ninety minutes. You can discover all the secrets of making liquor by visiting the Spice Room, the still room and the cellars. The palace preserves and displays the collections of Alexander the Great as paintings, sculptures and ironwork. It also hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. The museum offers visitors a bar, a cafeteria, a tea room, a meeting room and a parking lot where coaches can park. The Abbots' Hall can be used as a reception for cultural events. Discounts are valid for families and groups. We offer tours guided by your driver guide.
Luxury car service from Paris to Normandy
The castle of Sissi in Normandy dates from the eighteenth century, classic style located near a beach of Petites Dalles and High Cliffs.It is just 11 km from Lake Caniel and 56 km from Jumièges Abbey. Note that the castle is 140 km from Caen Airport and 214 km from Orly Airport.