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Le Manoir Hôtel ***

Le Manoir Hotel is all the history of Le  Touquet Golf Club. Le Manoir was the family house of the founder, built in 1911. It was transformed into Clubhouse after the war and its destructions, afterward into hotel.
The current owners, the Group Open Golf Club, attempted to preserve the spirit of this places and its English-style charm. We indeed have the impression to enter in a english manor house both by its architecture with its half-timberings hardly hidden by the Virginia creeper, and its decoration in woodwork.
Charm, it is the term which suits for the rooms completely refurbished recently in a classic-smart style and light colors to put you in an atmosphere of relaxation. Small detail, on every wall, golf champion's photos...
The bar is the major component, it gives you the feeling of being in an English pub waiting for a guiness or an excellent whisky before a good dinner in the « Ecusson » restaurant, essential to have on the terrace in summer.

Le Manoir Hôtel (Le Touquet) Le Manoir Hôtel (Le Touquet)

35 Avenue du Golf
Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, Hauts de France-Côte d'Opale.
France ,62520

35 Avenue du Golf
62520 Le Touquet-Paris-Plage
Hauts de France-Côte d'Opale
Le Manoir Hôtel (Le Touquet)
  • Features

    41 rooms and suites

    Restaurant L'Ecusson 
    Bar English Pub
    Conference rooms, wedding room

    Outdoor swimming pool heated in season.

    Bungalow Twin from from 150€
    Classic Twin/Double Room from 150€
    "Privilège" Room from 195€

    Breakfast : 16€

    From Touquet Golf Club : On site
    From Hardelot Golf Club : 20 km - 26 min
    From Wimereux Golf Club: 42 km - 33 min
    From Saint Omer Golf Club : 71 km - 54 min

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