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I booked this looking at the reviews of previous contributors. We stayed two nights as my daughters friend was on a school trip which she extended to stay with her parents friend...... Complicated.
The auberge has a lot of charm and has modern facilities. The...More
We stayed here in July 2016 and loved it. Mylean who runs the Inn with her husband Christian is a delight and speaks English well. The Inn is a converted 18th farmhouse that somehow survived WWII. Breakfast is included. We stayed in the attic room....More
We had a great time here, and would return. Our room was the Côté Sud. It was comfortable, plenty of room for two people. There was a coffee/tea maker, two plugs for charging phones, etc, and the WiFi was pretty good. The room was clean,...More
Small family owned and operated B&B. A little difficult to find, but Google Maps did the trick. Owners went out of their way to make my 83 year old father feel right at home in the D-Day period. Very good breakfast. Will definitely return when...More
We are just finishing a lovely stay at Le Mas Normand. Mylene and Christian are such wonderful hosts, very gracious and warm. It is such a pleasure to stay in such a delightful place and you barely want to go out and explore each morning....More
Thank you for your enquiry, yes i have a twin bedded room clair de lune at 100 euros for 2 breakfast included, if you are making a seard under le mas normand, you will find more information