IN THE HEART OF NORMANDY

An enchanted destination 

Culture trips

There are many sites of cultural interest within 10km.
The village and the Abbey of Bec Hellouin are perfect for a meditative walk. The Benedictine monks will give you a warm welcome.
The Harcourt château and the arboretum – a medieval fortress in a location filled with remarkable trees.
The Champ-de-Bataille Château – an amazing 17th century palace that is beautifully furnished and has extraordinary gardens. 

Nature trips

Salverte is ideally located just a few minutes from the Voie Verte. Close to the hiking trails you’ll be enchanted by the genuine Norman countryside.
The Salverte wood, which is within walking distance of the château, is perfect for a rejuvenating walk.
The Harcourt Arboretum is 7km away by car or bike and will surprise you with its fantastic diversity. The Bec Valley is 4km away with its bike path that takes you on a journey to explore the countryside and local discoveries. 

Additionally you can enjoy the Val de Seine, Le Marais-Vernier, etc.

Sports

The Golf course of Champ de Bataille, one of the best in Normandy, is 7km from Salverte.
Hikers can get to the GR 26 and numerous hiking trails, via the Bois de Saverte, 4km from the château.
Indoor tennis court in all seasons 300m away.
Cycling enthusiasts can get to Honfleur via the Risle Valley.
There are several horse riding centers within 15 minutes. 

Half timbering, markets & antiques

Discover traditional half-timbered architecture in Bernay, a small Norman town with wooden houses, and in Pont-Audemer, nicknamed the Venice of Normandy. Preferably visit on market day.

We can advise you on the best places for antiques and flea markets as well.

Seaside

The sea is just one hour’s drive away. The Honfleur old wharf and Deauville’s beaches…

Whatever your choice of activity, why not take your pick from our vintage Citroën 2CVs and electric bikes…

your hosts

Silvie & Hervé

Both trained in art history, passionate about architecture and nature, Silvie and Hervé began restoring the Château Salverte in December 2018 and gave it new life. 

 Silvie  is Czech  and has lived in France since 2011 when she began worked as a visual merchandiser in international fashion. From her family she inherited a passion for medicinal plants and beekeeping that she shares with her guests.

Hervé was born in a family who have lived in Normandy for several centuries, a family that passed on to him his attachment to history and heritage. A vintage car enthusiast, Hervé offers guests Citroën 2CV rides.

Highly appreciative of the decorative arts, they like to welcome their guests as friends, in a refined, comfortable and genuine atmosphere.

22 Chemin de Salverte, 27370, Le Bosc du Theil, France