Set in a 1740s mansion, this B&B is surrounded by a hectare of garden. With a typical, Normandy style, it is located in Corneville-sur-Risle, at the margin of Boucles De La Seine Normande Regional Nature Park. Le Clos du Quesney offers rooms with a unique décor. It features free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom with a bath. In the breakfast room, guests can enjoy a continental breakfast every morning. It includes homemade pastries, cakes and drinks, served in porcelain pottery. Free private parking is possible on site and Honfleur is 18 miles away. Bec-Hellouin Abbey is 7.5 miles away.
Located in the Normandy countryside, Le Petit Manoir de la Vernelle is a B&B set in a half-timbered house dating from 1792 and offers a garden and terrace. It is located 3.1 miles from Pont Audemer and a 30-minute drive from Honfleur and the coast. Each room features a view of the garden or surrounding countryside and includes a private bathroom with a bath or shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. There is a shared living room with a 3D TV, a blu-ray player and tea and a espresso coffee machine. Free Wi-Fi access is provided in all areas. A continental breakfast is served daily and includes homemade jams. From Monday to Thursday, you can enjoy evening meals prepared by the host with fresh and seasonal products, upon reservation 24 hours in advance.
B&B Le Clos du Phare is an 11-minute drive from the centre of Conteville. It offers free WiFi access, a seasonal heated indoor pool and a garden. With a balcony, all rooms at B&B Le Clos du Phare are soundproofed and feature a flat-screen TV, a DVD player and a blu-ray player. The bathroom is fitted with a shower and a hairdryer. Guests are invited to enjoy breakfast every morning at the property. They can go fishing and hiking in the area. Free parking is provided on site.
Pros: La Bonne Auberge is run by Jan who is the 'most perfect' host, the breakfasts were delicious, breads, jams, eggs, wonderful cheeses and a homemade dish of fromage blanc and chestnut, the best by far on our tour of France this year. Our accommodation was lovely and situated in the most wonderful setting in a beautiful garden filled with magnificent trees and flowers and with a view of boats sailing past on the river.
Pros: Splendid setting, fantastic views of the Seine. An absolutely perfect weekend. The owners treated us wonderfully. We were greated uopn our arrival and treated to a tour of the property and some refreshing cider. The owners even antecipated us wanting to go out for dinner and booked a table at a lovely restaurant in a town nearby. Delicious breakfast in the garden the following morning. We will definetely come back!
Dating back to 1783, La Bonne Auberge is a group of thatched roof cottages located beside the Brotonne Forest and overlooking the River Seine. This property is set in Vieux Port in Normandy. Frequented by the writers Guy de Maupassant and Victor Hugo, each guest room features a river view and a private terrace. The rooms and suites at La Bonne Auberge all have a private entrance and en-suite bathrooms. They are each equipped with free Wi-Fi access. Guests of the Bonne Auberge can relax on the garden terrace, which is situated right next to the river. Charles Lhuillier used to live at La Bonne Auberge and William Turner made 3 paintings of the property's garden. Boat trips on the Seine River can be enjoyed, upon prior reservation. Honfleur is just a 20-minute drive from La Bonne Auberge and Rouen is a 35-minute drive away. Free private parking is available on site.
When visiting Campigny, Le Petit Coq Aux Champs is a great choice to consider. After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a terrace and a garden.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at La Ferme Saint Nicolas. Freebies like breakfast and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails.
Cons: Basic bordering on frugal. Food was below average, certainly not gourmet.
Pros: The breakfast was very good indeed
Cons: It was like a motel. No-one was in on the day we arrived, and we had to use a previously emailed code on an entrance door combination lock. Our keys were left out on the reception desk, and we saw no staff at all until breakfast the following day. The restaurant was advertised as of high quality, and this contributed to our choice of hotel. However, the restaurant was closed, even though menus were visible at the entrance gateway and within the hotel itself. We had to go to a local creperie to have a less than satisfactory meal, and this was a very disappointing outcome.The rooms were adequate only, and the overall cost was equal to that paid in Bayeux the previous night in the Novotel Hotel, which was luxurious by comparison.
Pros: nice place overall, pretty hotel, not far from seine, etretat and seine-maritime tourist spots. good breakfast.
Cons: watch out when wind turns - refinery fumes rather ruin the ambience. gravenchon has very little to do wrt food, bars etc.
Pros: good breakfast - pity it's not included though - clean rooms - good location for seeing the seine valley, upper normandy and the odd trip to rouen.
Cons: premier rooms are pricey - oil refinery is a bit of a surprise and a bit noisy at night despite being quite a way off. not much wrong with the place though.
Pros: Good sized room; pleasant immediate surroundings
Cons: The restaurant was closed during our visit (no advance warning given) The proximity of a large oil refinery would have put us off if we had known about it, although it had no impact on the hotel or our stay
Cons: no evening meals even though we requested them in our booking, restaraunt closed sat&sun
Le Flormandie, hôtel sur les boucles de la Seine à Notre Dame de Gravenchon ,Port Jérôme sur Seine et proche de Lillebonne
Avec une situation centrale au cœur de la Seine-Maritime, le Flormandie est un hébergement idéal pour rayonner en Normandie. Vous êtes sur la route des Abbayes qui longent la Seine : Saint-Wandrille et le Bec Hellouin, monastères encore en activité ; mais aussi Saint Martin de Boscherville et son Grand Parc Paysager et l’Abbaye de Jumièges, sans doute les plus belles ruines de Normandie.
D’Elbeuf-sur-seine à Lillebonne ,cette nouvelle véloroute du Val de Seine propose 120km d’itinérance cyclotouristique à la découverte des méandres de la seine ,une prolongation jusque le Havre est à l’étude,
A Villequier, vous pourrez visiter la maison de Victor Hugo et flâner sur les rives de la Seine à Caudebec en Caux en regardant les cargos et les péniches qui remontent la Seine jusqu’à Rouen. Traversez le Pont de Brotonne et enfilez de bonnes chaussures pour arpenter les sentiers de la forêt de Brotonne et du Parc Régional des Boucles de la Seine. Quant au Marais Vernier, il vous faudra franchir le Pont de Tancarville.
La Normandie, c’est bien sûr ses kilomètres de côtes et des falaises de craie plongeant dans la Manche : Etretat, Yport, Fécamp. Traversez le Pont de Normandie, et vous voici dans le Pays d’Auge, longues plages de sable de Deauville Trouville, charme d’Honfleur, ville muse des peintres et des poètes.
Proche des ponts de Seine, vous pouvez relier Honfleur en 40 mn et Etretat en 50 mn.
The Flormandie, hotel on the loops of the Seine
With a central location in the heart of Seine-Maritime, the Flormandie is ideal accommodation for visiting Normandy. You are on the Abbeys bordering the Seine Saint-Wandrille and Bec Hellouin, still active monasteries; but Boscherville St. Martin and Grand Landscape Park and the Abbey of Jumièges, probably the most beautiful ruins of Normandy.
D'Elbeuf-sur-Seine at Lillebonne, this new cycle route du Val de Seine offers 120km of cycle tourism roaming to discover the meanders of the Seine, an extension until the Havre is under consideration,
A Villequier, you can visit the house of Victor Hugo and stroll on the banks of the Seine in Caudebec en Caux watching cargo ships and barges up the Seine to Rouen. Cross the Pont de Brotonne and put on good shoes for walking the trails of the Brotonne forest and the Regional Park of loops of the Seine. As to the Marais Vernier, you will cross the Pont de Tancarville.
Normandy is of course its kilometers of coastline and chalk cliffs plunging into the Channel: Etretat, Yport, Fécamp. Cross the Pont de Normandie, and you here in the Auge, long sandy beaches of Deauville, Trouville, Honfleur charm, city muse of painters and poets.
Near the bridges of the Seine, you can connect Honfleur in 40 minutes and 50 minutes in Etretat.
Belle-Isle sur Risle features a casino and a rooftop terrace, plus an airport shuttle is available for EUR 370.00 per vehicle. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body treatments, or reflexology. 4 bars/lounges and an indoor pool are other highlights at this upscale hotel, and rooms offer minibars and room service.
Inter-Hotel Le Drakkar offers free Wi-Fi, comfortable accommodations and 24-hour access in a peaceful location in the heart of Normandy. Guest rooms are equipped with a large, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, Canal+, movie and sports channels. They also include private bathrooms with a bathtub, direct telephone, and a hairdryer. Start the day with the buffet breakfast before work or sightseeing. Later, enjoy a meal in the hotel restaurant, which is reserved exclusively for guests. The Inter-Hotel Le Drakkar welcomes groups and is happy to cater for seminars. For your convenience, the Inter-Hotel Le Drakkar also boasts a large, free, on-site parking lot. It is just 10 miles from Honfleur and 19 miles from Deauville.