Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Bed and Breakfast and Cottage in Normandy

Tour D-Day Beaches from Valognes

The charming town of Valognes, situated just 20 minutes South of Cherbourg in northwestern France is an ideal getaway location for bed and breakfast travelers interested in the famous D-Day Beaches, Sainte Mere L'Eglise, Cherbourg, Bayeux, the Channel Islands Jersey and Guernesey, Mont Saint Michel and countless other Normandy attractions. Valognes is home to the Cider and the Calvados Museum and its proximity to the ocean makes it ideal for those bed and breakfast travelers looking to escape to the beaches for water sports, swimming and boating.

16th Century Manor with Modern Conveniences

Manoir de Savigny is a 16th century manor nestling in the countryside in a quiet environment. A popular alley leads to this impressive manor and its genuine farm buildings (cider-press and old arches). An old spiral stone staircase leads to your bedroom on the 1st and 2nd floors. Five very comfortable rooms are available, all with queen-size four poster beds. The B&B also includes a recently renovated 18th century charming cottage surrounded by the garden and the fields.

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