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The room was clean, although it had no alarm clock, radio or television which is pretty common in Europe. The room did have free wi-fi. The b&b is walking distance to everything you need in town. You must be able to climb steep stairs as this is the only access to the rooms!!! If you are going to tour Normandy wwii sites, this may not be the place for you. The English speaking son (40ish), who runs the place, has never visited any of the wwii sites, including any cemetery. He said he "doesn't like war," so won't visit the sites. It seems a shame that so many thousands of men died to provide him with freedom and he can't take the time to visit them even once. I'm sure he's glad the Allies didn't say "we don't like war, so we won't be coming to liberate you, so sorry." If you are interested in history, then find a hotel that is run by someone who can at least discuss history and the sites with you, this isn't it. Also, he sat with us at each breakfast and watched us eat, but didn't eat or drink anything himself. So as not to be rude, we included him in the conversation, but it felt very awkward. I've never had that happen at any other b&b at which I've stayed.
The room was of good size, with a comfortable bed. The Continental breakfast featured delicious pastries and other items. I had 2 issues with the Rose Room: (1) The shower is small, with insufficient hot water & water pressure. Also it has no shelf or ledge for soap, shampoo, etc. (2) The lock is absurdly hard to maneuver. (The room exits directly to the outdoor garden.)