traditional Norman guesthouse

"A magical place to escape, breath, reconnect with the basics, the land and the tradition."

Escape For one night, one week-end, one week, living following the traditional way of a small Norman village and the river living across.

Breath surrounded by a forest garden of more than 2 acres, territory of the ducks, roe deers, and horses.

Reconnect with the basics following the rhythm and sounds of nature, taking your time, freeing your mind, disconnecting, strolling along the banks of the river... quite simply.

Come back to the land with organic fruits and vegetables, locally produced at home or nearby, and homemade products.

Embrace tradition again as the seasons go by. Being told the story of the old furniture from local second-hand markets or homemade reusing the old materials from the renovations of our house

Norman farmhouse near Gisors, normandy


Welcome to La Lévrière !

We are really pleased to welcome you in our little paradise in the heart of Vexin Norman.

Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, we have adopted measures aimed at ensuring your safety as well as ours. These measures are recommended by Gîtes de France and Sawdays.

Among them :

  • we will not welcome more than 10 guests at a time, in respect of the rules of social distancing and of strict hygiene measures (disinfection...).
  • Breakfast will be served in your room, or, if the weather allows it and if you wish, in the garden, on distant tables.

Our wish is that you have an excellent stay, do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

In the heart of the Norman Vexin, less than an hour from Paris, few miles from Gisors and Giverny, you will stay in a quiet Norman farmhouse from the XVIIIe century, at the heart of a 3.5 acres forest garden, crossed by a river.

Our rooms have been attributed 4 ears by the french guesthouses reference Gîtes de France , and featured by the british guide Alastair Sawday’s , "Special Places to Stay"

The rooms

La Reine Blanche

Spacious attic room, in the first floor, with parquet and exposed beams, a queen size bed and one single person bed. Private bathroom (bath) and WC. View on the garden and the river.

Blanche d'Evreux, newly made queen of France on January 19th 1350 by getting married with Phillipe IV de Valois, liked to have walks on this path, bordering our property and to which she gave her name. It links Bézu St Eloi to Hébécourt, along the forest and following the river.

La Reine Clémence

Beautiful suite in ground floor, great for family stays with two separates bedrooms.One has a queen size bed, the other one or 2 single beds. Private bathroom (shower) and WC. Sweet view on the garden and the river.

Clémence de Hongrie was made queen in Reims on August 13th 1315 by getting married with Louis X, called Le Hutin. He offered her, soon after their wedding, houses and manors in St Denis Le Ferment, Hébécourt, Mainneville and forest of Lyons.

La Hazé

Large attic room, on the first floor, with parquet and exposed beams, and a queen size bed. Private bathroom (shower) and. Possibility to add an extra single person bed. Nice view on the village.

La Hazé is the name of a walking path running along our property.

La Planche Renard

Very spacious attic room, on the first floor, with parquet, ancient floor tiles, exposed beams, queen size bed and one single bed. Private bathroom (bath) and WC. Panoramic view on the garden and the river.

The Planche Renard is the name of a grassland bordering our property.

Your breakfast

A generous breakfast, served between 8:30 am and 10am.

In the menu, locally produced products, organic as often as possible, fresh fruits juices, homemade pastries and organic leaven bread, honey from Normandy or nearby Picardy, homemade jams from the berries harvested in the backyard garden, yogurts and cheese from the farmer market. Fresh fruits sourced as soon as possible from the orchard.

The organically produced flour that we use to make the bread is produced 5km away from our house, by a farmer who carefully select his wheat, and the eggs are gracefully offered by our chicken flock.

petit dejeuner chambre d'hôtes la lévriere

Prices and booking conditions

The prices are in euros, breakfast and local taxes included.

Accepted payment are french cheque or cash.

Room 2 people night Additional person
Reine Clémence9530
Reine Blanche9530
La Hazé9530
Planche Renard10530

Your booking

By mail or phone. It will be validated upon reception of a down payment of 50% of your stay, to be sent the week following your booking request.

Your arrival

We expect you between 5pm and 7pm, but special agreement. Thank you to contact us 24 hours before your arrival to agree on an arrival time.

You can park in a private parking in our property.

Our rooms are no smoking. For allergy reasons, pets are not allowed.

Your departure

Check-out time is 11:30 am

Cancellation policy

A stay can be canceled for free up to 15 days before the beginning of the stay.

Every cancellation between 15 days and 7 days before the beginning of the stay has a fee of 50% of the stay.

If a cancellation happens les than 7 days before the beginning of the stay, the entire stay is due.

If a stay is interrupted, it is entirely due.

Our eco-friendly philosophy

Our greatest wish from when we arrived home has been to live following the rythm of the Nature and respect the earth with as much gratitude as we can. That's why we try to limit as much as possible our ecological impact while running the guesthouse.

Thus, we propose and use locally produced and/or eco-friendly products when possible.

In the rooms

Organic and ecology friendly bathroom products (shower gel, soap), whose package is recyclable.

The bedding is made from linnen, material with a smaller ecological impact than the traditional coton and is softer for the skin.

For the cleaning

We use simple traditional products as Grand Ma did: bicarbonate, white vinegar, soda ash. More Human being and Earth friendly than the modern flower smelling ones.

In the orchard and garden

Mainly local heirloom fruits and vegetables varieties in addition to medicinal plants that we would be happy to have you discover.

Saint Denis Le Ferment

Saint Denis was the first bishop of Paris, where he had been martyrised around 250. His worship, dynamic in the Ile-de-France area (Paris and its neighborhood basically), was spreading on the -close- Normandy area. The nickname of this village would come from a lord named Ferman, or Farman.

In 1199, the site was known under the name of "Sanctus Dyonysos de Farman". Saint Denis Le Ferment was, in the past, part of "the seven cities of the blue bush". For long, this name has designated a huge forest between the valley of the Epte and of the Levrière rivers, composed of seven parishes: Amécourt, Hébécourt, Mainneville, Hudicourt, Sancourt, Thierceville, and Saint Denis Le Ferment, which got granted special rights by the kings of France. By going along the valley, you will have the opportunity to see these typical villages.

To see

The beautiful set composed by the XII and XIII century church, whose heart from XVIII century is registered in the french historic Monuments register ; by the castle and finally the manor.

In the top of the village, you will find the chapel Sainte Austreberthe. Before the year 1200, Bernardines nuns from the order of Citeaux founded the small priory of Sainte Austreberthe from which only the chapel remains. It's located in a pretty and secret place.

Starting from our house (go across the bridge, then the park), the Reine Blanche, walking path which links Bézu Saint Eloi to Hébécourt bordering the forest and following the path of the river.

The Reine Blanche of Evreux got out of the castle of Neaufles Saint Martin after her husband Philippe de Valois died, liked to walk on that path that has been attributed her name.

To eat

In Gisors (10km from the guesthouse)

To see in Gisors

Some magical places in the Vexin Normand

The abbey of Saint Germer de Fly

Very famous village among medievalist historians and architecture lovers thanks to its church from the XII century and, in the extension, its Holy Chapel from the XIII century, replica of the Holy Chapel of Paris.

Where to eat ?

The hostel of the abbey, gastronomic restaurant and tea room, in front of the abbey, on the Avenue Verte (green avenue), which links Paris to London. Tél : 03 44 82 50 73. Closed the evening on Monday, Tuesday, Sunday, and Wednesday the whole day. Menu from 18 to 32 euros in the evening.

Lyons la Forêt

Very dynamic village, known as one of the hundred most beautiful villages of France. Built on the ruins of a fortified castle from the XII century, ancient brick houses mix with half-timbered houses. Halls from the XVIII century. Various walking paths to discover the largest beech forest of Europe.

Where to eat ?


Classified among the most beautiful villages of France and famous for its "fête des roses" (feast of the roses). Paved streets, and flowered facades. It has been discovered by the public through the work of the painter Henri le Sidaner.


The painter Monet settled in Giverny in 1883 to paint the famous "Nymphéas". The Claude Monet foundation is the famous cradle of the impressionism. Talking about the American art museum of Giverny, it celebrates the relations set between the french and american arts.

Where to eat ?

Le moulin de Fourges, gastronomic restaurant located in the banks of the Epte river, 5kms apart from Giverny, in a site influenced by the architecture of the tiny village of the queen Marie-Antoinette in Versailles. Tel : 02 32 52 12 12. Closed on Sunday evening and on Monday. Lunch and diner workweek from 23 euros. Menu from 39 euros.

Château Gaillard

Majestic fortress built by Richard Coeur de Lion in the XII century, on the banks of the Seine. At its foot, its ruins offer a wonderful panoramic view on the city of Les Andelys.

Château de Vascoeuil

Vascoeuil is a small Norman village located on the edge of the forest of Lyons, typical with its houses in bricks and half-timbered. Its famous for its castle, now one of the most dynamic center of contemporary art in Normandy.

In a radius of about 30km from La Lévrière, numerous and famous castle open their doors to you: Boury en Vexin, Bizy, Gaillon, Fleury sur Andelle, Vascoeuil, Martainville... along with well known abbeys like Mortemer, St Germer de Fly or Fontaine-Guérard.

You can also easily reach Paris or Rouen to visit these 2 cities located at about 55min from our guesthouse, or even have a great time in the beaches of the Norman coast (Dieppe or Deauville are at about 1h20 from the house).

On the Norman coast, don't miss Varengeville sur mer, secret place between the countryside and the sea, loved among others by Jehan Ango and Georges Braque, and by numerous painters, musicians, and poets. It still influences artists today.


Activities close to La Lévrière

The path of la Reine Blanche

Starting from the house, it leads you to a walk of about 22km across the countryside, following the Lévrière river, going through several small villages. Follow the yellow tags - Carte IGN :
2111 OT – 2112 E – 2112 O

The golfs

Two 18 holes golfs welcome you in 15 kms away: Bertichères et Rebetz, in Chaumont en Vexin

The stud

du Moulin, 5 km from the house, in Mainneville : initiation, courses, horse rides.

Near the house

you will find 3 amusement parks for small and grand children: (parks d’Hérouval, Tolysland and St Paul), a kayak base camp to enjoy a 2h course on the Epte river.

Local market in Gisors on Friday and Sunday morning.



Local organic bread and cheese

Le chant des Meules

Organic bread, made by David Nadaud, farmer baker and goat cheese made by Camille Dutry.

Buy at the farm directly, on fridays 5pm to 8pm and saturday 10am to 12am.

    D13 road, 
    27660 Bézu Saint Eloi

Local organic vegetables

to be picked at Martial's house, organic vegetable farmer in Saint Germer de Fly. Direct sell on Friday noon and on Saturday morning. Tél : 03 44 48 69 96. 

Local homemade beers

Made with love in Gisors. Brasserie de Sutter, in Gisors. Drink in the shop or take away. Open from 10 to 12:30 am and from 1 to 7 pm everyday but Sunday. Visit of the manufacture can be arranged on Saturday from 10:30 am to noon. Tél 02 32 27 57 17. 

The Derly farm

gathers numerous local producers and craftsmen from the region of the Vexin normand in a covered market. Open from Wednesday to Sunday, 9:30 am to noon and 2:30 to 7 pm. Tel : 02 32 27 56 10.
    Route Nationale 14 
    27420 Les Thilliers en Vexin.
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