We - a Danish family of four - spend three nights at ferme-manoir de Cacharat. And we all enjoyed it very much. The rooms are large, lovely decorated and of course clean. The breakfast served every morning is delicious. The kids loved the barn where you can play ie tabletennis and badminton ¿¿. We were met with great hospitallity by the owner of the place. ¿¿¿¿¿¿We would love to come back and send our full recomendstions and thanks for a wonderfull stay.¿¿
My husband and I spent 5 wonderful days at the Grenier a sel! Our hosts, Liliane and Jean Jacques are soooo lovely and amazing! Having a great knowledge about Normandy, about the bests restaurants and places to visit, they told us every day what to do or visit, that was great! Our days began every morning with a delicious traditional french breakfast, baguette, pain au chocolat, croissants and the differents kind of home made jam, coffee, orange juice, etc. That was awesome and great!!! The rooms are very spacious and the beds very big! Everything was perfect!!!! Thank you very much, dear Liliane and Jean Jacques for your kindness, your friendship and for all the unforgettable moments shared with you!!
What a beautiful, comfortable place to stay during our travels! Valerie was extremely helpful and hospitable (from booking, and throughout our stay). Such a friendly, down-to-earth hostess! Very French country Inn style. A narrow, winding staircase led us up to our spacious, clean and very comfortable room. Valerie made wonderful homemade breakfasts. We enjoyed sitting by the fireplace on the main floor at night talking with other guests. Hope to stay there again in the future!
un accueil très sympathique et chaleureux, un environnement magnifique une chambre très agréable et spacieuse, un petit déjeuner copieux et très bon, avec confiture maison . le petit plus un réfrigérateur ou nous avons pu mettre notre bouteille de champagne au frais . A recommander vivement. Nous reviendrons et en parlerons autour de nous. Un grand merci a Liliane et Jean Jacques . BB et GM
Our stay at the Ferme-manoir de Cacharat, was everything and much more than we had dreamed of. Normandy´s culture, class and fine colours, all put into fine spacious rooms, with the greatest hospitality from Mdm Valérie. We were treated as guests of the home, but with a discrete line of privacy and served the best homemade breakfast throughout France. The sense of details and service during our three night stay was nothing but SUPERBE! À bientôt - La famille danoise
We spent two relaxing , comfortable nights here. Valerie was a charming and attentive hostess sharing information about the local area and loaning us her map. We slept well in a spacious bedroom and woke to swooping swallows outside the bedroom window. Breakfast was a feast for the eyes and the taste buds; home made yogurt, cake, preserves and delicious scrambled eggs. The guest living room is huge and comfortable and as the evenings were chilly Valerie lit a log fire for us to return to after dinner. If you want a special, place to stay and do not mind climbing a stone spiral staircase to bed, go visit.
Highly recommend this beautiful B&B! This is the most charming country farmhouse and Valerie is accommodating, friendly, welcoming, and a wonderful hostess. We were greeted by a lovely fire and a warm smile. We felt like guests rather an customers. Her home was so inviting, we didn't even want to leave for our tours and site-seeing adventures, and looked forward to returning "home" each day. There is a large common area for guests and spacious bedrooms. Our personal bathroom (in the Linen Room) seemed to be the size of our Paris hotel room!! The bedroom allowed space to unpack, reorganize, relax, have lovely views, and a very comfortable bed. Wifi is available in the common room (not the bedrooms), and was fast for us. Each morning we started our day with fresh eggs, yogurt, fruit, bread, and a sweet dish of some sort made each morning by Valerie - the eggs were from Valerie's hens and the yogurt was also homemade. The bread from Valerie's local boulangerie was outstanding and the jams are made by Valerie and her mom. An added very special touch were cookies baked each day and left on the coffee table for us to enjoy. The located between Caen and Bayeux worked great for us - we also really loved the nearby restaurant Valerie suggested. While there we did a D-Day tour, drove to Mont St Michel, Bayeux, and stopped by Honfleur on our way to Paris. There happens to be a local WWII cemetery, which is a beautiful, peaceful walk away. This spotless B&B deserves 10 stars; it's lovely!! It is a place we will remember forever!
We had a great stay here. Went to see the D-day area. This B &B is central to Caen and Bayeax. Very rural and beautiful countryside. The owner, Valerie is a most gracious host. She likes to bake so you will have a very nice breakfast every morning. We highly recommend this B & B. The bedroom is on the second floor with a winding staircase which we enjoyed but if you have a problem with stairs this might not be good for you.
We were two couples looking for a base to use for our stay in Normandy. This converted farmhouse was a beautiful find. There are only two rooms so it was very quite. The rooms were very modern and the breakfast was fantastic with eggs to order, homemade pastry and fresh fruit and yogurt. Next time we'll stay longer. The only difficulty might be the narrow stairs leading to the rooms that might be a problem for older couples. Overall, we loved it.
I recently stayed at Le Petite Halle with my family while visiting Bayeaux. The place was perfectly suited for us. Clean, large enough, and stocked with everything we needed to be comfortable and cook our meals. Its location was just off of Main street, within walking distance to everything. Bayeux is a delightful and charming city, rich in history. I would highly recommend a visit.
Patricia was very helpful and a great hostess during and before our stay. She came up with passes we needed and the french dinner was outstanding worth every bit of the cost. Would highly reccommend it as a place to plan a Normandy vacation as you can see Mont St. Michel, Caen, Rouen and the beaches from the manior all are within a day trip of the manior.
Nous sommes enchantés nous avons séjourné avec nos trois enfants à Castillon dans cette ferme. Pascale nous a aidés a oragniser notre séjour avec les bons tuyaux des gens du coin. Nous avons découvert une très belle région. Petit déjeuner très copieux et entiérement bio!!. Nous avons appris beaucoup de choses sur la production des oeufs. Bref a recommander
Dit is een B&B waar men U verrast met een uitzonderlijke service,vriendelijkheid en kwaliteit. Het avondeten is van een zeer goede kwaliteit en wordt bereid door de uitbaters(Mevr). De familie staat steeds spontaan ter beschikking van de klanten om informatie en raad te geven omtrent de touristische mogelijkheden van de streek. Kortom, een adres om te promoten.
We would highly recommend this B & B, even though its actual character seemed a bit different than the images we found on the internet. Dean and Susan, and their children, are extremely welcoming hosts. Dean has encyclopedic knowledge of the area and its attractions. He provided us with excellent tips for spending our four days in Normandy. Notwithstanding the rural setting, good dinning and reasonable shopping are close at hand. So are all the key sites in Normandy. The setting is quite rural, so those seeking a quiet home base in the Norman countryside will love it. We were happy to find that the B & B was not fancy or pretentious, as some of the internet pictures might imply. It is surrounded by working farms and the guest rooms, which are modern and well-decorated, are in an older stone farm structure. The rooms are very large. Our rooms were located on the second floor and very private. The dining area downstairs is open for use for evening meals; we often bought local fruit, wine, cheese, and bread and had picnicked downstairs for dinner. Susan’s excellent breakfasts—including fresh local pastries and sometimes eggs for the family’s chickens—are served here. A very nice experience.
We had 2 rooms for 2 nights at La Beauconniere. My husband, 10 month old son, mother and I spent a few days/nights in Paris and were finishing off our trip with a short stay in the Normandy region. If I could do this trip again, I would reverse that decision and spend the majority of our time in Normandy... that statement is greatly influenced by the hospitality and wonderful atmosphere at La Beauconniere! The buildings on the property are so very charming and our rooms were clean, spacious, and very well-presented. I had mentioned that we would be traveling with our little one, and Susan had set up a sweet little Paddington Bear travel crib for him. Dean is incredibly outgoing and happy to give day trip advice, make restaurant reservations/recommendations, or just have a nice chat in the garden. Dean & Susan made a point of introducing us to the other guests and that added to the relaxed, familial atmosphere. Having a tasty breakfast and lively conversation with Dean and the other guests was a wonderful way to start each day. We typically stay in B&Bs in the UK that serve the typical "Full English", and Susan's tasty breakfasts were a delightful change of pace. Our fondest memories from our Paris-Normandy trip are really and truly those made relaxing and playing outside in the sunny garden. The only thing you will regret about staying at La Beauconniere is that you didn't stay there longer!!
Pour notre 3e séjour à la Ferme Manoir St Barthélémy nous avons (comme d'habitude) reçu un accueil très chaleureux, le lieu est tojours aussi calme et table très appréciable avec des produits du terroir cuisiné par Patricia Saunier
My husband and I, with our daughter and her friend, stayed for 2 nights at La Beauconniere. It was wonderful. The entire family greeted us upon our arrival. The rooms are very spacious, comfortable, clean and lovely. Dean is an affable host -- very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and his recommendations were perfect. Susan is an excellent cook and the breakfasts were a thankful respite from the usual croissants you'll get everywhere else. The setting is in a bucolic area of Normandy. If you get the chance to visit this area, I highly recommend La Beauconniere as the most lovely place to stay! Mary and Bradley S, USA
We visited the Le Clos de la Barre for the first time in early August. After the lines and busy environment in Paris this was a welcome relief. This place is a great location to discover Normandy. Alain, the Innkeeper and owner, is very personable and helpful. This is a great inn for both individuals and our family. We only had a few days, so Alain was very helpful on both recommending times and the sequence to visit specific Normandy areas. The inn has a very inviting and had a warm home feeling which is nice when traveling. For us this is the place to stay; we are from the USA.
Dean and Susan are wonderful hosts. Dean's hospitality and Susan's cooking made every morning a treat. The beds were very comfortable and the rooms were spacious and well-lit. Dean had great suggestions for touring in the area and our children enjoyed the grounds and available activities. We would definitely stay here again and will recommend it to all of our friends.
This B&B is first rate and worth every penny. Close to sights, friendly hosts and more of a hotel feel than a B&B feel. The rooms are beautiful and the breakfast is great. We went as a family and we wish we could have stayed longer than we did.
Spent 2 nights in April 2011. Alian is a wonderful careing host, with super knowledge of the area. The B & B is by far one of the most up to date and roomy buildings we have ever been in. The sitting room is loaded with local information and the entire B & B is tatefully decorated. Excellent breakfast that will get you offf to a early start in the area
Nous avons passé une nuit dans ce gite et notre séjour a été excellent. Excellent accueil de la part de M et Mme DELABARRE, la chambre est conforme au photo, rien à redire sur la propreté. Endroit très calme et proche de Caen. Nous n'hésiterons pas à y retourner quand nous serons de passage en Normandie.
La Beauconniere is an exceptional B & B in the heart of the Normandy area. Dean, Susan and their adorable children were a delight to be with. Wonderful rooms and great breakfasts! So much to see and do in this area we did not have enough time! That means that we will be back.
Alain and Francoise offered a lovely B&B experience located conveniently to Caen, the Normandy coast and the quaint village of Bayeaux. We had all the conveniences of home, even a can of deodorizer in the bathroom. In the evening we came home with our bottle of wine, cheese ,meat and bagettes and enjoyed a quiet evening in the B&B living/dining area.
Fai di un Bed and Breakfast o agriturismo a Caen, in Francia, la tua casa lontano da casa
Ai turisti in cerca di una vacanza divertente vicino alla costa, consigliamo di sperimentare Caen, nel nord della Francia. Situata nel dipartimento di Calvados, in Normandia, questa zona ha molto da offrire ai turisti in termini di cose da vedere e da fare. L’offerta di sistemazione è notevole e vi è un’ottima scelta di agriturismo e B&B in cui soggiornare.
Cose da fare durante una vacanza a Caen, Francia
Caen si trova a breve distanza dalla costa, dove ci sono alcune deliziose spiagge in luoghi come Ouistreham e Courseules. E’ una regione ricca di corsi d'acqua e di laghi, dove è possibile praticare la pesca, oltre ad altri sport come la vela, lo sci nautico, il wind surf e il nuoto. Questa zona panoramica è ideale anche per vacanze a piedi o in bicicletta. C'è un campo da golf e alcuni campi da tennis pubblici a Caen e molti altri sparsi nella zona di Calvados. Altre attività disponibili nella zona includono equitazione, mountain bike e parapendio. Ci sono un sacco di bar, caffetterie e ristoranti a Caen che servono i deliziosi piatti della cucina francese. Oltre a questo, i turisti che soggiornano in un Bed and Breakfast di Caen saranno in grado di comprare ottimi cibi e bevande nei negozi specializzati della città.
Luoghi da visitare durante una vacanza a Caen, Francia
Caen possiede molti luoghi d'interesse, tra i quali il castello di Guglielmo il Conquistatore, abbazie, musei ed un giardino botanico storico. Il castello costruito nell'11° secolo ospita il Museo delle Belle Arti e il Museo di Normandia. Appena fuori Caen, nella città di Capriquet, vi è un parco divertimento chiamato Parc Festyland, dove tutta la famiglia può trascorrere una divertente giornata. A mezz'ora di distanza c'è Bayeux, dove si trova il famoso arazzo dell'11 ° secolo ed il Museo della Battaglia di Normandia. Falaise è a circa 40 minuti da Caen e qui i turisti possono vedere il castello dove nacque Guglielmo il Conquistatore, così come un museo sulla seconda guerra mondiale.
Il tempo a Caen, Francia
Luglio e agosto sono i mesi più caldi dell'anno in Normandia con temperature medie alte di 21 gradi centigradi. Gennaio e febbraio sono i mesi più freddi, con temperature medie di 9 gradi e minime di 4 gradi centigradi. Oltre ad essere uno dei mesi più freddi, febbraio è di solito il più secco con una media di 49 millimetri di pioggia. Dicembre vede il più alto livello di precipitazione con una media di 84 millimetri.
Come arrivare a Caen, Francia
L'aeroporto internazionale di Parigi-Orly (ORY) è a circa 250 chilometri da Caen. Voli arrivano qui da Atene (ATH), Barcellona (BCN), Berlino-Tegel (TXL), Lisbona (LIS), Londra -City (LCY), London-Heathrow (ERP), Madrid (MAD), Roma-Fiumicino (FCO) Vienna (VIE), Washington-Dulles (IAD) e Zurigo (ZRH) tra gli altri. Le compagnie di autonoleggio Avis, Europcar, Hertz, National Citer, Peugeot Open Europe, Sixt e TT Car Transit sono presenti all'interno dell'aeroporto. In alternativa, i visitatori provenienti dal Regno Unito possono arrivare con il traghetto da Portsmouth a Ouistreham e arrivare a Caen in 30 minuti d'auto.