With its fairytale-like castle charm, Manoir Alex personifies the picturesque soul of Trouville. Open the front gates and stroll past the fountains and flower beds brimming with blossoms. Inside, you will be enchanted by the blue of the ocean that invites itself into each room. What does Manoir Alex have in common with the majestic Paris Opera, a visionary masterpiece and technical gem of the 1870s? Their architect, quite simply. It was around the time when he was declared architect of the opera and gave his name to his work that the famous Charles Garnier built the Manoir Alex, a beautiful Anglo-Norman building hidden by the sea in Villerville. Perched above the beach, it overlooks a magnificent view of the sea and Deauville. Legend has it that Guy de Maupassant had the opportunity to admire it during a stay at the manor. Last words? You can also play an aria of an opera or take up the melody of “La Romance de Paris” on Charles Trenet’s piano, the centerpiece of the living room.
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