Built in 1645 by Louis 14th for Charles d'Alençon, this Château de Sérans - Atelier Balias in Normandy now functions as a bed and breakfast. You can look at the statues in the 4-hectare park, admire the on-site art exhibition or play swin golf. The rooms at Chambres d'Hôtes Château de Sérans are decorated in an elegant style and include views of the park. Each one is complete with a TV, DVD player and en suite bathroom. Homemade jam and French pastries are just some of the items featured at breakfast every morning. The hosts can also serve sophisticated dishes in the grand dining room, if you reserve in advance. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout Château de Sérans and free private parking is provided on site. The property is ideally located 7.5 miles from Argentan and a 10-minute drive from the A88, which leads to Alençon.