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La Petite Ferme & La Croix Blanche
Dining at La Petite Ferme Farm B & B in Normandy
Breakfast We are lucky to be able to source most of our own menu ingredients from our own 'Petite Ferme'. Since our relocation to Normandy, we have been busy restoring the original farm buildings and reintroducing livestock to our land, with the aim of providing high quality home produce for ourselves and our guests.

At present our farm comprises free-range chickens, Muscovy ducks, geese, and sheep . One of the most eagerly-awaited events on the farm is the arrival of new offspring; some of our guests are fortunate enough to view our newborn chicks or lambs. The farm is a wonderful experience, particularly for children. All children are welcome to help feed the animals or to pet some of our new 'babies'.

We also grow our own vegetables alongside our wide selection of fruit trees. Pumpkins and courgettes are a farm speciality. In addition, the orchard produces a bounty of peaches, plums, apples and walnuts. The abundance of fresh produce enables us to provide a feast of flavours for our guests to savour.

B & B dining roomWe offer evening meals especially tailored to our guests' individual requirements. These range from 'Early Bird Dining' from 6.30 pm, popular with young families, to 3 Course Dinners from 8.15 pm. We also offer a Candle Lit 4 Course Evening Meal with the option of champagne for that special occasion.

As all our meals are freshly prepared using our own produce and regional delicacies, 24 hours notice is required for all dinner reservations.

During the summer, dine in the rustic setting of our 14th Century Barn and taste our house specialities: spit roast pork and lamb. As the cooler months approach, we offer dinner in the farmhouse in our spacious dining room with original oak beams and wood burner.

Full English Breakfast & Evening Meal Options available here

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Fact File
We aim to be as self-sufficient as possible. We raise our own animals for meat, as well as caring for our large vegetable patch & orchard. We believe that you can certainly 'Taste the Difference'.

A Year at the Farm

The birth of lambs and piglets.
Seasonal produce: Spring Greens and Chicken.

Chicks and Ducklings galore!
Seasonal produce: Garden Fruits and Salads

Turkeys & Geese enjoy the summer surplus!
Seasonal Produce: Lamb Vegetable Soups and Homemade Juices

Preserving and jam making
Seasonal Produce: Home Raised Duck and Pork.

Guests' Comments

Thank you for a great stay. The girls loved the animals, especially the baby chicks!
Esther and Shaun, U.K

We have had a perfectly lovely stay at your home. Our son Kalish really enjoyed the animals (as did we!)
Kala and Nimish, California

Lovely room and friendly hosts. Animals were an added bonus. Thanks.
Jane and David
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