Room Charlotte Corday
The room Charlotte Corday at the Manoir de Pontfol, in the heart of Normandy, will transport you to the time of the French Revolution! Experience the passion of this unavoidable period of our History.
You have understood: a hint of elegance and refinement in the room Charlotte Corday! You will enjoy its volume, its chandeliers, its bed of princess, its voluptuous moquettes, its spacious bathroom opened on the room, and its bath!
Marie-Anne-Charlotte de Corday d’Armont retained by History under the name of Charlotte Corday was born on July 27 1768 near Vimoutiers in the Pays d'Auge, of a noble but declassed family.
Famous for having murdered Marat, responsible according to her of the excesses of the French Revolution, she is less known for its free spirit, modern and independent.
Great-granddaughter of Corneille, she was very educated, she admired the philosophers of the Lumières. She was opened to the new and constitutional ideas and frequent the Girondins and thus becomes Republican.
Capacity: 5 people
1 large bed 180 x 200
1 extra bed "drawer" 140 x 200
1 single bed 90 x 180
1 corner table with tea / coffee making facilities
Bathroom and WC, bathtub
Hair dryer, bathrobes and hygiene products available
Private entrance on the 1st floor