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Located 5 minutes by car from the Château de Villers-Cotterêts and 1 hour from Paris.


Lovers of exceptional residences, combining character and modern comfort, let yourself be seduced by the Manoir de la Cour on the road to the Vallée de l'Automne, about an hour from Paris. 
On the edge of the 13,300 hectares of the forest of Retz and in the middle of the horses, this authentic place offers a warm atmosphere and a careful decoration for relaxing stays.

The Manor, built in the 16th century, has five elegant and comfortable bedrooms, each equipped with a private bathroom. You can enjoy the conviviality of the living room with its insert, its large sofas and its library and have your meals in the dining room facing the monumental fireplace.

Facing the Manor and separated by wide lawns and barriers, two charming lodgings with a capacity of 2 and 6 people, can also accommodate you.
For riders the accommodation of horses is possible up to 10 horses.

There are many activities and places to visit in the village and beyond, accessible on foot or by bike from the Manor.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!



The manor



His history

The origin of the fief of the Court merges with the history of Valois and the counts of Crépy, property of the countess Éléonore since 1194.  

Later, in 1589, the fief of the Court passed to the Condren family, including Messire Guillaume de Condren, adviser and butler to the King.  

Then in 1780, Lavoisier, the great chemist, bought the Court and completed a large estate in the region where his family was from.

In the 19th and 20th centuries, the stronghold of the Court was the village's most important cultivation and breeding farm until the 2000s. The manor now replaces, at the entrance to the village, the ancient stronghold of the counts. de Crépy which watched over the passage of the old road from Crépy to Villers-Cotterêts and Soissons.



There are many activities and places to visit in the region, some of which are accessible on foot or by bike from the Manor.

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