Set in quiet regional park yet close to D Day Landing beaches and Bayeux Tapestry. Large comfortable ensuite rooms and large selection for breakfast. WIFI access, PayPal facilities and 20% off Brittany Ferrys. We are famous for our breakfasts including egg, ham and cheese muffins, banana pancakes and ham and cheese toasted muffins.
Our Chambres d'hotes farmhouse has been newly refurbished with large accommodation and all en-suite.
The Bateau accommodation: has views over the front & rear courtyard. This King sized room has a King sized bed and yet still has plenty of room to relax and unwind.Off from the road with private parking you can enjoy a quiet night's sleep.
The De Balzac Room: large accommodation on the first floor of the Chambre dhotes with garden views over the back of the farmhouse with plenty of room to relax and unwind in comfort.
The Jardin room: large accommodation big enough for a double and single bed. This room has direct access onto the back garden.
The Gwilliam room: also with direct access onto farmhouse back garden. Enjoy waking up on a lovely sunny day.
About our Region
Top 10 things to do and see in our area.
Mont St Michel: A UNESCO world heritage site and the second most visited place in France. Mont St Michel was created after Bishop Aubert of Avranches had a vision from Archangel Michel that ordered him to build a sanctuary on the isolated granite rock that is surrounded by the sea when the tide is in.
Completed in 708 the monastery was founded in the 10th century. Not only historically interesting but the view and architecture are breathtaking.You can reach it in 90 mins from our farmhouse.
Even if you have left it to the last minute you can create a last minute holiday to include all these sites.
Normandy D Day Beaches.Moving, educational and not to be missed. The heroic events of D Day 6th June 1944 are recorded in the heart of the land from the beaches of Utah & Omaha and villages and towns.
The major event that was to be the turn of World War Two is well documented and depicted in the museums as well as the haunting cemeteries.
Bayeux Tapestry. Over a thousand years old. The story of the battle of Hastings in 1066 is depicted on this fascinating tapestry that has survived fire, war and theft.
The displays and movie get you ready before you discover the fascinating facts shown in pictorial form. The town of Bayeux itself is worth a visit in its own right with its architecture and shops. About 30 minutes from our B & B.
Other attractions include castles, châteaux, windmills, parks, gardens, amusement parks and zoos.
There is plenty to keep the family amused and entertained.
Parc Festyland a modern theme park with roller coasters, water flumes 180 degree cinema and much more.
Champrepus Zoo has fifty species living in themed gardens. The perfume plants garden, the subtropical zone, the Malagasy gardens and the African plains
Alligator Bay including boas, crocodiles and reptiles. Click here for their website. For those seeking high thrills there is bungy jumping, white water rafting, canoeing and more.
Activities: The second windiest place in France, the beaches are ideal for windsurfing and kite flying. La Manche provides all the water sports you could want.
For land lovers there are plenty of walks, cycle and horse rides through this Regional Park, as well as miles of golden empty beaches, markets and antique place