The city center is 8 minutes walk. You will find there l'Epicerie de Longueil, a famous delicatessen known throughoutthe region, particularly for its wine cellar, but also supermarkets, several restaurants, french "brasseries" bakeries, caterers...
Beautiful houses are located in the park of the castle, built in the seventeenth century by François Mansart. Two of them have turn into gourmet restaurants. Around the racecourse, you can admire the stables and observe the thoroughbred train.
On thirsday and saturday morning, you will enjoy to buy fresh food at the covered market and appreciate the obsolete charm of its metallic frame.
You can play golf or stroll in the forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, at 10 minutes walk from Gites-Les Petites Ecuries.
Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 7 km, is a commercial town and the birththplace of Louis XIV. You can visit the cstle built by François Ier, now the Museum of Archeology. You can admire the exceptional view of Paris from its 2400 meters long terrace.
Versailles, its castle and its fabulous gardens are 20 km away.
Louis Vuitton Fondation of cotemporain art is at 20 minutes.
Claude Monet Foundation and impressionism museum in Giverny is 62 km by highway.
The Le Corbusier's Villa Savoy in Poissy is at 20 minutes with the RER and a bus.
The Imperial Heritage of MaisonsLaffitte includes the castle, property of the Lannes from 1804 to 1818, place of visits of the emperor Napoleon 1st, the park of Jacques Laffitte, banker of the Emperor who drew a park to the glory of the imperial epic, many villas built under the Second Empire, as well as a collection of objects and engravings dating from those two periods.
"LES PETITES ECURIES"
59 rue de la République
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