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Recent Lower-Normandy reviews

  • Normandy - American comfort

    "The property is a great option for families who do not want to do the HUGE BUS tour!!! Normandy is an incredibly intimate experience by car and provides so much flexibility! We even had an opportunity to visit a Normand Farm! The property is well placed for day trips and ending back in the Port! Dinners in....or out! Secure Parking is a total plus! although extra parking is available 1/2 block away! 30 minutes from Omaha Beach, museum and National Cemetery where 9600 soldiers were buried...Arlington in France! This is a must see and wonderful VRBO experience in a friendly town where most speak English! the way, there is a Market 1/2 block away where you can buy the essentials for the kitchen...the husband and wife run the store and are very friendly/accommodating! They seem to open no later than 9 a.m. Last of all...we felt very safe....that was the best of all! Enjoy France - Normandy - and the wonderful, welcoming Jean Francois and Edith! ."
    Guest: Lainw Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 25, 2015
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  • Rustic charm in beautiful Calvados

    "Ann-Sophie is lovely and welcomed us to her pretty old colombage deep in the Norman countryside with a home made tarte aux pommes, cider and fresh flowers. We found it so relaxing staying there, shopping in the unspoilt local villages, lighting a fire in the magnificent fireplace and just relaxing to our own tune after staying in a b&b. The weather was so warm (hot even) in late September that we ate breakfast and relaxed in the fabulous garden - it is really large, with a lovely outlook and great sunsets. Just writing this makes me want to go back..... We were only there a few days at the end of a European tour so we poodled around locally, following the Calvados and cider route which takes you to nice villages, picturesque farms and you get to try the local brew - French cider is so delicious! We also visited a local chateau at Crevecour which was fascinating on half timbered houses with cob walls - learnt all about them! We also went to Pegasus Bridge which was really worth a visit. Autumn, when all the apples were out in the orchard turned out to be a great time to go, I would imagine Spring with the blossom would also be stunning. I would recommend this lovely, authentic old house which is very simply furnished unless you want power showers and fitted carpets, in which case look elsewhere, this is the real deal."
    Guest: Judith P. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 20, 2014
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