The Ninon suite was named in tribute to Ninon de Lenclos who often came to reside at the Manoir d'Omerville, an elegant witness to Our History. It was fitted out in an old sheepfold including the old manger and the vault which give it its original "character". The "Tonia" room in memory of another "great lady" is located in the house itself, on the 1st floor. It is a charming little blue room, flooded with sunlight. A window opens onto the garden, a "bull's eye" offers a view of the village. The Rosa room, for Rosa Bonheur, the first female painter at the dawn of feminism recognized by the Department of Fine Arts, is a romantic cocoon with a breathtaking view of the garden and Nature. The Olympe room, peaceful and vitamin, for Olympe de Gouges, woman of Letters and politician, has a window for the garden and a window on the roof to dream under the stars. Shelter for bicycles. Parking outside. Table d'hôtes on reservation. Near Omerville : Avenue verte London-Paris ; La Roche Guyon (11,6 km) ; Villarceaux (2,4 km) ; Giverny (18,6 km) ; Maison du Parc à Théméricourt (18 km) ; Gisors (18,4 km) ; Cergy-Pontoise (28 km) ; Zoo de Thoiry (38 km).
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