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Bed and Breakfast in Normandy, Near Mont St Michel and the D-Day Beaches, France

Weekly Rental:From EUR 75 to EUR 155

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Bed and Breakfast's

Sleeps

11

Single/Double

1 / 4

Bathrooms

3

Pets

Not Allowed

Pool

No

Bed and Breakfast in Normandy, Near Mont St Michel and the D-Day Beaches, France


Relax in France and enjoy the tranquillity and style of this unique Bed and Breakfast in Normandy, with its superb food and proximity to Mont St. Michel and the D-Day Beaches.

Arts in the Garden B&B is an oasis of peace, its collection of Japanese maples scattered throughout the extensive gardens created in the heart of the countryside by its English owners.

Winner of TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence for the last five years.

Come and be spoiled, with B and B from 75 euros per day and evening meals from 35 euros.

The Guest Lounge , like the bedrooms, is beautifully decorated with art objects from all over the world, including paintings and prints by Brian. In pride of place is a traditional Norman granite fireplace, set off by French provincial furniture, an elegant spiral staircase, comfortable sofas and tiled floor


The Cedar Room - This new room is a very pleasant alternative to the Red Room, with the added advantage of a sofa which can become a double bed if needed. En suite W.C./shower-room with heated towel rail, towels, shampoo and shower gel provided. Views to the majestic cedar tree and the front terrace. DVD player. Wi-fi internet access.

The White Room - A bright and airy room, with parquet floor, large double bed, en suite W. C./shower room with multi-jet shower, towels, shampoo and shower gel provided. DVD player. Wi-fi internet access.

The White Room Annexe - e room adoining the White Room, with one double and one single bed,
Suitable for children or friends who don't mind sharing the bathroom situated in the White Room.

The Red Bedroom - Our de luxe room, sumptuously carpeted throughout, with large oak double bed, sofa, walk-in wardrobe, en suite deluxe W.C./shower-room (power-jet rain-shower) with heated towel rail, towels, shampoo and shower gel provided.

Views both to garden at front of house and open country to the rear.
Leather sofa, DVD player.. Wi-fi internet access.

PHOTOS

Fixtures & Equipment

Central Heating Log Fire TV Terrestrial TV Satellite DVD Player Internet Access

External Features

Private Garden Suitable for Children

Local Attractions

In addition to the D-Day Landing beaches, we are fortunate to have within easy reach two of France's greatest treasures.

THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY describes in graphic detail the most famous date in English history: 1066 and the invasion of England by William the Conqueror. 70 metres in length, and 50 centimetres in height, it tells in 58 scenes the story of the events leading up to the battle of Hastings and the death of King Harold on the field of battle. It is housed in its own museum in the city of Bayeux, well worth visiting for its own sake.

Equally unique is the island monastery of LE MONT ST. MICHEL, with the winding streets of its medieval village culminating in a beautiful monastery, bathed in extraordinary light and with stunning views over the surrounding estuary.

Also drawing visitors from all over the world are THE D-DAY LANDING BEACHES, site of the Invasion of Normandy in 1944, and the immaculately tended cemeteries commemorating those who gave their lives to liberate France in the crucial battles of World War II.

Gateway to France for many English visitors using its ferry port each year, THE CITY OF CAEN, city of William the Conqueror, fell to an earlier English invasion as long ago as 1346, when only the Chateau held out!

Though it suffered badly in the Battle for Caen in 1944, the city boasts wonderful churches, most notably the Abbaye aux Hommes (with William's tomb); the Chateau (built by William); a beautiful Botanic Garden; a Museum of Fine Arts with a good permanent collection; the Memorial (the Museum telling the story of the Battle of Normandy); and as befits a university town, a profusion of cafes, bars and restaurants.



Other places of interest:

GRANVILLE a picturesque fishing port and holiday town full of good fish restaurants, with Christian Dior's clifftop museum and gardens.

Villedieu-les-poêles: 'poêle' means stove, and this popular tourist destination, with its granite houses and narrow hilly streets is famous for its copper products, with seemingly half its shops devoted to selling items in copper, and a museum devoted to the industry. Colourful local market on Tuesday mornings.

Vire: market on Friday mornings. Nearby is the Lac du Dathé, with watersports and an excellent golf course.

Pont Farcy: tennis, canoeing and excellent walks through the Gorges of the River Vire.

Eating out. There are numerous places to eat in the vicinity: at Courson (3km), St Sever (6km), Vire (16km) Villedieu (15km) and Granville (30km)

Travelling Times:

Arts in the Garden is ideally situated for reaching many of the historic sites of Lower Normandy. Typical driving times:

Le Mont St. Michel: 50 minutes

Bayeux and Caen: 50 minutes

D-Day Landing beaches 60 minutes

St.Malo and Dinard (Brittany) 80 minutes

The Abbey at Hambye: 40 minutes

Dauville, Trouville, Honfleur 90 minutes

Rennes 90 minutes.

Special Rental Conditions

Low Season
(September-April, June)

High Season
(May, July, August)


Red Room (double, deluxe)
95 euros to 99 euros


Cedar Room two people
85 euros to 89 euros


Cedar Room three people
104 euros to 114 euros


Cedar Room four people
114 euros to 124 euros


White Room two people
75 euros to 79 euros


White Room + annexe 3/4 people
140 euros to 150 euros


White Room + annexe 5 people
150 euros to 155 euros

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Property Exterior

Private Garden:
Yes
Near a Beach:
Yes
Safe for Children:
Yes

Local Attractions

In addition to the D-Day Landing beaches, we are fortunate to have within easy reach two of France's greatest treasures.

THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY describes in graphic detail the most famous date in English history: 1066 and the invasion of England by William the Conqueror. 70 metres in length, and 50 centimetres in height, it tells in 58 scenes the story of the events leading up to the battle of Hastings and the death of King Harold on the field of battle. It is housed in its own museum in the city of Bayeux, well worth visiting for its own sake.

Equally unique is the island monastery of LE MONT ST. MICHEL, with the winding streets of its medieval village culminating in a beautiful monastery, bathed in extraordinary light and with stunning views over the surrounding estuary.

Also drawing visitors from all over the world are THE D-DAY LANDING BEACHES, site of the Invasion of Normandy in 1944, and the immaculately tended cemeteries commemorating those who gave their lives to liberate France in the crucial battles of World War II.

Gateway to France for many English visitors using its ferry port each year, THE CITY OF CAEN, city of William the Conqueror, fell to an earlier English invasion as long ago as 1346, when only the Chateau held out!

Though it suffered badly in the Battle for Caen in 1944, the city boasts wonderful churches, most notably the Abbaye aux Hommes (with William's tomb); the Chateau (built by William); a beautiful Botanic Garden; a Museum of Fine Arts with a good permanent collection; the Memorial (the Museum telling the story of the Battle of Normandy); and as befits a university town, a profusion of cafes, bars and restaurants.



Other places of interest:

GRANVILLE a picturesque fishing port and holiday town full of good fish restaurants, with Christian Dior's clifftop museum and gardens.

Villedieu-les-poêles: 'poêle' means stove, and this popular tourist destination, with its granite houses and narrow hilly streets is famous for its copper products, with seemingly half its shops devoted to selling items in copper, and a museum devoted to the industry. Colourful local market on Tuesday mornings.

Vire: market on Friday mornings. Nearby is the Lac du Dathé, with watersports and an excellent golf course.

Pont Farcy: tennis, canoeing and excellent walks through the Gorges of the River Vire.

Eating out. There are numerous places to eat in the vicinity: at Courson (3km), St Sever (6km), Vire (16km) Villedieu (15km) and Granville (30km)

Travelling Times:

Arts in the Garden is ideally situated for reaching many of the historic sites of Lower Normandy. Typical driving times:

Le Mont St. Michel: 50 minutes

Bayeux and Caen: 50 minutes

D-Day Landing beaches 60 minutes

St.Malo and Dinard (Brittany) 80 minutes

The Abbey at Hambye: 40 minutes

Dauville, Trouville, Honfleur 90 minutes

Rennes 90 minutes.

In the area

This Property is situated in Manche, Normandy-Lower

Nearest Airport: Dinard; Caen

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Please note that the location on this map is an approximate guide, normally to the closest town or village.


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