Your hostess, Chantal PRESGURVIC, offers you a warm welcome and aims to make your stay a pleasant one.


In 1930, my mother's grandfather purchased a manor house and its outbuildings. Having travelled back in time through archives and tracked various owners, I identified 1826 as the year when the de la Renommière family had to put their estate up for sale. I have carefully restored the outbuildings conserving their original Briard style but introducing modern comforts. The original bread oven is still visible in the Baker House where breakfast is served to all our guests. Weather permitting, breakfast may also be served in the garden.


Three secluded bedrooms are at your disposal and benefit from the privacy of a large garden behind high walls.


For young travellers: cot, high chair,changing mat and bathtub available.


We are pet-friendly (please contact us to discuss).


Private parking for our guests in the garden.


The Baker House has a cozy corner where our guests can help themselves to tea and coffee.






Booking by phone on cell: +33-623-388-099.


Price per night for single occupancy: 72 € - for 2 persons: 78 €.


Breakfast included.


Open: all year.






Each room offers top quality bedding and just the right niceties and amenities to pamper our guests.


On the ground floor: "comme un p'tit coquelicot", named after a popular French song, with a queen size bed (160x200 cm) - separate entrance through the garden. En-suite shower room with walk-in shower and  private toilet.


On the first floor and overlooking the garden, 2 recently refurbished period bedrooms with exposed beams - each bedroom has its own en-suite contemporary design bathroom and private toilet:


"à l'encre violette" (in purple ink  - reminiscent of when learning to write in French schools was done using an ink-well filled with purple ink):  double bedroom with a double size bed (140x190 cm)


"fleur de coton" (cotton wool flower for coziness and warmth):  twin bedroom with 2 single beds (90x200 cm).






La Rennommière lies in the area of Montois, the gently rolling hills of the "Brie" region famous for its cheese and only 8O km from PARIS.


Closest train stations are: NANGIS 11km and MONTEREAU 18 km.






There is plenty to do and see - enjoy the surrounding country using the hiking trails: amble along village and city streets and discover churches, the haven of a medieval garden in a cloister, old wash houses, wells... Consult www.cc-montois.fr


Choose to visit a medieval town and meander through PROVINS (18 km) ( www.provins.net) or go for an imperial stroll and visit FONTAINEBLEAU (35 km) ( www.fontainebleau-tourisme.com)


You are 62 km from DISNEYLAND PARIS and 32 km from NESLES and its unique "Parc des félins" with felines, lemurs,etc... And there is so much more: a vast historical heritage, castles, museums, recreational parks... Plenty to do and plenty to see within a stone's throw!