It was the end of the 19th century. Etretat and its surrounds were the holiday resorts of artists and writers, beginning with Maurice Leblanc, the father-creator of Arsène Lupin. It is this atmosphere of the ‘Belle Epoque’, in which refinement, elegance and the art of living were a requisite that you find at the Domain St Clair.
Composed of a castle, - the Dungeon, built in 1862 and of a delightful villa constructed in 1889, our Domaine never stops reliving its glory days, in the spirit of Anglo-Norman castles of the 19th century. Imaginary or real characters, one of whom is Camille de Saint Phalle, the lady of the manor, and a personal history that is a shade romantic, accompany you during your stay.
In effect, our rooms bear the names and the traces of the passage of around twenty people such as Pierre Loti, Marcel Proust, Claude Monet, Jacques Offenbach, Guy de Maupassant, Gustave Flaubert, but also those of a doctor, of a retired Major, of an actress, of a dandy and even of a young women with just a touch of frivolity and of Polish origin.
A universe outside time, worthy of a novel that allows to break away from our daily life and the stress of large towns. At home with us, you’ll live to another rhythm, that of an epoch when people knew how to take their time.
- Hotel *** at the seaside
- Library, private lounge and interior patio
- Domain of charm at the end of XIX century
- Seminar rooms and banquets
- Gastronomy restaurant
- Outside swimming pool
- 21 exceptional rooms
- A wooded park
- 6 categories of rooms and suites
- Our vegetable garden
- Peaceful and warm character decoration
- Outdoor parking