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Built at the end of the 13th century, Catel Manor is an old fortified house for the Fécamp abbots, who held the right of Court Leet granted by the King of France.

Located a few kilometres from Yvetot, it is accessible from the village of Ecretteville les Baons, at the end of a small road of the same name.

From the car park, visitors must walk back up the road and take the access path to finally discover the manor. The vision of this impressive construction with its round towers, placed at the centre of a vast meadow, is striking. As is the story of its conservation by the current owner, who obtained the Grand Prize for the most beautiful restoration in 2013.

Practical InformationAddress : 244 rue du Manoir du Catel 76190 Ecretteville-Les-Baons
: +33 (0)6 10 21 33 14
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Prices: € 5 (reduced price : students / unemployed: € 3).


Open from mid-July to 31 August
Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m / 2:30 p.m to 5:30 p.m
Free visits and guided tours of the Manoir du Catel.
Open all year, for groups and schools (on reservation only)

Accessibility for people with motor disabilities (please inquire).
parking: free
The Catel manpr is also open on the occasion of the European Heritage Days


Norman Abbeys
Norman Abbeys

Abbayes de Normandie - Route historique
28, rue Raymond Aron
BP 52
76824 Mont-Saint-Aignan Cedex

+33 (0)2 35 12 41 60
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