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L’Auberge Sauvage, with the wind and the sea spray in the Mont Saint-Michel bay

Imagine an old stone presbytery from the 16th century, a huge orchard, wild grass… all this just a stone’s throw from Mont Saint-Michel and the Atlantic. It is in this idyllic setting that Jessica Schein and chef Thomas Benady have set down their bags and invite their guests to do the same. First of all, at their table, a restaurant with vegetal and sustainable cuisine prepared exclusively with local and seasonal products, between land and sea. Then relax in one of their three light-filled rooms, whose names – Passiflore, Berce, and Mélisse – invite you to dream.

L’Auberge Sauvage
3, Place Saint-Martin, 50170 Servon

by Delphine Le Feuvre


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