The manor of Canapville says Bishops of Lisieux is still inhabited by its owners. On both sides of the 13th century tower, were built, in the 15th century, the two half-timbered mansions as they appear today. They are surrounded by pleasant gardens in the middle of orchards and pastures.
The cider press shows its granite pounding tower and its long wooden press. Inside, eighteenth-century furniture and a rare collection of Chinese porcelain "Blue and White" form an original decoration and full of charm.
My castle is visitable
From July 1 to August 31, the mansion is open to visits for individuals.
Open every day except Tuesday.
One of the oldest and most picturesque half-timbered manor houses in the Pays d'Auge. Private property inhabited by its owners and classified as a Historic Monument. Visit the gardens, the cider press and the interior with its monumental fireplace, 18th century furniture and Chinese porcelain collection.