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Character House Self Catering Holiday House to rent in Normandy

Weekly Rental:From GBP 260 to GBP 395

Property

Houses

Sleeps

5

Single/Double

3 / 1

Bathrooms

1

Pets

Not Allowed

Pool

No

Our centuries-old Normandy holiday house overlooks the market square of the picturesque village of Cambremer in the heart of the Pays d'Auge.

The house offers quality accommodation for 2 – 5 people, with oak-beamed lounge, fully-fitted kitchen, modern bathroom and two bedrooms. The private west-facing front terrace is the ideal place for your early evening drinks. Satellite TV and DVD/video players complete the picture.

CAMBREMER is 40 minutes' drive from the ferry ports of Caen or Le Havre. It is a convenient base for exploring the D-day sites, 'William the Conqueror' country, or for lazing on sandy beaches. It is at the heart of the Cider Route - visit the local farms and sample the Calvados!

With the Sunday market, boulangerie, two good restaurants, bar and church all within 150 yards/metres of the house, a stay at L'Ancienne Perception will give you a unique experience of French village life.

Accommodation:
The house has 1 double and 1 triple bedroom. Fully-fitted kitchen with ceramic electric hob, oven, microwave, espresso coffee maker, fridge and washing machine. Modern bathroom with bath and shower cubicle. The comfortable lounge has a woodburning stove and is equipped with (English) satellite TV, DVD and CD player.

Free wifi.

The west-facing secluded front terrace has a patio table and chairs for your evening drinks or dinner.

The Area:
Plenty to do locally, including visits to cider farms, gardens and calvados distillery.

An ideal touring centre, within 30 mins' drive you will find sandy beaches at Cabourg and Deauville, picturesque Honfleur, several chateaux, Falaise castle, D-day sites and more.

There is free, unrestricted parking on the market square and we are just 45 mins from the ferries at Caen or Le Havre. There is no through traffic through the village.

This is the real France!

PHOTOS

Kitchenware Appliances

Cooker/Hob Fridge Microwave Toaster Kettle Washing Machine

Fixtures & Equipment

Iron Log Fire TV Satellite DVD Player CD Player Internet Access

External Features

Private Garden Sun Loungers : Yes

Local Attractions

Normandy is the large region of Northern France stretching from Mont St Michel in the west to Dieppe in the east and almost reaching Paris to the south-east. It boasts over 400 miles of coastline and is the perfect combination of wide sandy beaches, bustling towns and peaceful country villages.

It is rich in history - in 1066 William, Duke of Normandy, set sail to conquer England. In the 15th century Normandy fell under British rule, leading to the uprising led by Joan of Arc who was executed in Rouen. In 1944 the D-DAY landings by allied forces liberated Normandy by expelling the occupying troops from France.

Normandy comprises 5 counties (or Departements): Calvados (County town Caen), Eure (Evreux), Manche (St Lo), Orne (Alencon), and Seine-Maritime (city - Rouen), each with their own different character.

Agriculture (dairy/butter/cheeses/apples..and of course cider) and fishing/seafood dominate the economy today. Eating well is a favourite past-time!

Places to visit

Cambremer is an ideal touring centre.

Within 30 minutes drive:

Sandy beaches of stylish Deauville and Cabourg
Honfleur, picturesque port, artist's paradise with many galleries
Caen with its ancient battlements, museums, abbeys, Peace Memorial, and, of course, shopping! Massive out-of-town shopping complex off RN13.
Falaise with its spectacular and dramatically-restored castle, birthplace of William the Conqueror
Trouville, where the Parisians holiday, renowned for its seafood restaurants
Lisieux, with the massive Basilica, in memory of Sainte Therese
Several chateaux, including Crevecoeur
Pegasus Bridge and other D-day sites

And a little further afield:

D-Day landing beaches (5/6 June 1944 - Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword) and Arromanches - Mulberry harbour and 'living museum'.
Bayeux with the 11th century tapestry depicting the 1066 invasion of England
Les Andelys, with the castle (Chateau Gaillard) commissioned by Richard the Lionheart, overlooking the Seine Valley
Monet's Garden at Giverny
Festyland children's theme park in western outskirts of Caen
Suisse Normande region (deep wooded gorges cut by the River Orne) with Bagnoles de L'Orne (largest spa in Western France)
Mont St Michel (spectacular!)
Rouen...Dieppe...The Brotonne National Park.....and Paris, just 2 1/2 hours by Autoroute.

Special Rental Conditions

10 - day bookings available.

Short breaks available outside of peak season.

Linen hire available, if required, £5 per person, per week.

TERMS: £75 ($125) PER WEEK non-refundable deposit with booking, balance 4 weeks before arrival date,

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Property Exterior

Private Garden:
Yes
Sun Loungers:
Yes

Local Attractions

Normandy is the large region of Northern France stretching from Mont St Michel in the west to Dieppe in the east and almost reaching Paris to the south-east. It boasts over 400 miles of coastline and is the perfect combination of wide sandy beaches, bustling towns and peaceful country villages.

It is rich in history - in 1066 William, Duke of Normandy, set sail to conquer England. In the 15th century Normandy fell under British rule, leading to the uprising led by Joan of Arc who was executed in Rouen. In 1944 the D-DAY landings by allied forces liberated Normandy by expelling the occupying troops from France.

Normandy comprises 5 counties (or Departements): Calvados (County town Caen), Eure (Evreux), Manche (St Lo), Orne (Alencon), and Seine-Maritime (city - Rouen), each with their own different character.

Agriculture (dairy/butter/cheeses/apples..and of course cider) and fishing/seafood dominate the economy today. Eating well is a favourite past-time!

Places to visit

Cambremer is an ideal touring centre.

Within 30 minutes drive:

Sandy beaches of stylish Deauville and Cabourg
Honfleur, picturesque port, artist's paradise with many galleries
Caen with its ancient battlements, museums, abbeys, Peace Memorial, and, of course, shopping! Massive out-of-town shopping complex off RN13.
Falaise with its spectacular and dramatically-restored castle, birthplace of William the Conqueror
Trouville, where the Parisians holiday, renowned for its seafood restaurants
Lisieux, with the massive Basilica, in memory of Sainte Therese
Several chateaux, including Crevecoeur
Pegasus Bridge and other D-day sites

And a little further afield:

D-Day landing beaches (5/6 June 1944 - Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword) and Arromanches - Mulberry harbour and 'living museum'.
Bayeux with the 11th century tapestry depicting the 1066 invasion of England
Les Andelys, with the castle (Chateau Gaillard) commissioned by Richard the Lionheart, overlooking the Seine Valley
Monet's Garden at Giverny
Festyland children's theme park in western outskirts of Caen
Suisse Normande region (deep wooded gorges cut by the River Orne) with Bagnoles de L'Orne (largest spa in Western France)
Mont St Michel (spectacular!)
Rouen...Dieppe...The Brotonne National Park.....and Paris, just 2 1/2 hours by Autoroute.

In the area

This Property is situated in Calvados, Normandy-Lower

Nearest Airport: Deauville - More than 30 kms (approx)

Nearest Station: Lisieux

Nearest Ferry: Caen/Le Havre - More than 30 kms (approx)

Nearest Beach: Deauville

Nearest Ski Resort:

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


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