Featured hotels in Normandy

  • £67

    Average price per night

    La Petite Chesnee, Sacey
    8.9 Fabulous 83 reviews
    Description La Petite Chesnée is set in a traditional French farmhouse in Sacey, just 9 km from Pontorson.

    "A small B&B like private hotel run by a very friendly family. We had a nice stay, with a beautiful view to the countryside. The breakfast was good."

    Sergey. Germany
  • £64

    Average price per night

    Le Douet Allan, Moulines
    8.7 Fabulous 5 reviews
    Description Located in Moulines, Le Douet Allan is only 5 km from Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouët and offers B&B accommodation in a renovated farm house with countryside views and a garden.

    "Just perfect. We had a wonderful stay. Gill and Ray, thank you for everything!"

    Ewa. Netherlands
  • £130

    Average price per night

    La Grange Du Château, Lantheuil
    Description La Grange Du Château is set in Lantheuil and offers a garden. This holiday home provides accommodation with free WiFi. The property includes a living room with a TV.
  • Description Situated in Cerisy-la-Forêt in the Lower Normandy region, Holiday Home La Maringote is a 4-star property boasting free WiFi. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to a fully equipped...
  • £53

    Average price per night

    La Maison Normande, Trouville-sur-Mer
    7.4 Good 542 reviews

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    Description Located just 100 metres from the beach in the historical centre of Trouville-sur-Mer, La Maison Normande offers guest rooms set in a traditional, Normand building.

    "Perfect and modern room, very useful, cleanness, good location and price."

    Pavel. Russia
  • £92

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Beach Hotel, Trouville-sur-Mer
    6.8 Review score 2,996 reviews

    11 people are looking at this moment

    Description Beach Hotel is located in the centre of Trouville-sur-Mer, just 130 metres from the beach. It offers a covered swimming pool with sea views and a bar.

    "the bed was very comfortable and the room had everything we wanted. the swimming pool was perfect for the family.So much choice at breakfast,both hot and cold"

    patricia. United Kingdom

Normandy highlights

Etretat cliffs
An inspiration for the works of artists like Boudin and Monet, these chalky white cliffs create a stunning yet dramatic scenery.
Claude Monet's House and Garden in Giverny
An inspiration for many of Monet’s own paintings, these gardens are typical of Normandy, with climbing plants and water lily ponds.
Rouen Cathedral
This striking Gothic cathedral is one of the main attractions of Rouen and was the main subject of many paintings by Monet.
City centre of Le Havre
Visit Le Havre’s city centre, a UNESCO-protected area completely redesigned by architect Auguste Perret after World War II.
Dieppe Port
This port has been the gateway between the UK and Normandy since the 1800s. Admire the charming Gallic buildings surrounding the port.
Cider and Camembert trails
Follow these trails through the Pays d’Auge to learn more about the local production of cider and the famous Camembert cheese.
D-Day Landing Beaches
Visit the picturesque beaches along the 80-km Normandy coast where allied troops fought for their countries against occupied France during World War II.
Port of Honfleur
Originally founded by the Vikings, this port was where the expedition that finally founded Quebec departed from.
Deauville Beach Resort
Check out the resort’s Promenade des Planches, consisting of a wooded walkaway parallel to the beach and huts dedicated to famous movie personalities.
Les Andelys
Divided into 2 parts, the Grand-Andely and Petit-Andely, this Norman village lies on the Seine River and includes sights such as Château Gaillard.

Remembering the Past, Relishing the Present

Bordered by the English Channel, Normandy is a sleepy French region that sees many visitors arrive via its major seaports – Cherbourg, Dieppe, Le Havre and Ouistreham.

Between these last 2 is Deauville, home to some of the most exclusive Normandy hotels by the beach. Its pristine sands and international film festival have secured its prestige for the glitterati. The surrounding region of Calvados is famous for its cider and brandy, and Normandy also home to camembert cheese.

Calvados was also the site of the Allied landings and Booking.com has a great range of B&Bs and hotels near D-Day beaches. Caen, the Normandy capital, is a lovely city that houses the Memorial for Peace, a museum detailing the effects of conflict, and World War II in particular. North of here in Bénouville is Pegasus Bridge, while the D-Day beaches span from Ouistreham to Arromanches, home to another of Normandy’s WWII museums.

Inland is the Bayeux tapestry, a huge, hand-stitched depiction of the Norman conquest of England. Off the region’s western shores are the Channel Islands, while at its south-west corner are Avranches and nearby Mont Saint-Michel, accessed via a causeway.

Other Normandy attractions include Rouen, a historic city with colourful, half-timbered houses and an archaeology museum housing finds from the Roman amphitheatre down the Seine River in Lillebonne.

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