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Reviewed 6 November 2017

After much homework, I booked this hotel for my family of 4 (husband and 2 kids, ages 11 & 12). It was a fantastic choice; the location could not be better; it is tucked way off the road behind a beautiful gated entrance so private and quiet, yet still in the heart of Bayeaux in easy walking distance to cathedral, tapestry,shops and restaurants. We rented a 2 bedroom apartment which was great with the kids- fabulous balcony overlooking the back garden. It's definitely a historic property and rooms had an older feel, but that was part of the charm for us. Delicious breakfast included and Anthony, the owner, made us feel very much at home and was very responsive when we had questions before our stay.

Bayeaux was a perfect place to explore Normandy- not far from the D-day beaches and much history and a beautiful 1 1/2 hour drive to Mont-St-Michel. Loved our stay and would highly recommend staying here.

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Thank PaulinaJ21
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Reviewed 6 November 2017

A totally unexpected surprise --a secluded chateau in the heart of this delightful town -- literally next to the cathedral. We had a lovely airy and bright double room floor to ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard. Private parking, lovely breakfast including fresh eggs to order - and in bed if you desire. The public areas are beautifully maintained in the style of a French country house with low key, yet friendly and knowledgeable staff. Really made for a lovely 3 days in a town we had initially seen as essentially a base for visiting the D Day beaches and the Bayeux Tapestry.

Room Tip: Each of the rooms seem quite unique so worth spending some time making sure you know which one you are getting.
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Globetrekkers10
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Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

Really excellent. We rented the spacious two bed apartment for 3 nights which has a kitchen with hob, tassimo coffee machine microwave and even kettle for the English! Amazing central location- the cathedral is 100m one way the bayeux tapestry 100m in the other. Owner was delightful, rooms cleaned daily, safe , quiet. Easy walk to many restaurants patisseries. Beautiful period building. The apartment had a 70s retro feel to furnishings - other rooms more traditional feel. Recommended.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled with family
Thank Richard G
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

What a perfect place to spend 4 nights! Once again my personal trip planner, wife Carol, discovered a historic property, this one located in the heart of historic Bayeux nearly across from the enormous and fascinating Cathedral and about two blocks from the famous Bayeux Tapestry. There are also dozens of restaurants within easy walking distance (important, since parking is limited in Bayeux). Bayeux is also easy driving distance to Caen and it’s incredible Peace Museum / WWII Museum as well as Normandy Beaches—don’t miss going to Aramanche to learn about the Mulberry harbor established by the Allies to act as the supply hub for the invasion of France and the conquest of the Germani forces.

Upon check-in we found the quite inexpensive room we had booked to be smaller than one in which we would enjoy spending 4 nights, but our genial and ever-helpful host Anthony soon found us the Msg. Desmond room at an acceptable upgraded price—this one with a bedroom nearly twice the size of the first having plenty of seating plus a separate room with direct access to the front garden area and a magnificent two-sink bathroom with both shower and tub along with a separate wc. There were even bedside reading lamps that were bright enough to actually read by and which had dimmers to provide the ambiance you’d like for…whatever you’d like it for. No other hotel, B&B or private home we have visited in France uses dimmers, which we have in nearly every light in our home in the US. Our stay in this room was above and beyond expectations—and this on the first floor a short walk from the breakfast dining room. It should be noted that Hotel Tardiff Noble Guesthouse offers both B&B rooms and has some housekeeping apartments available.

A notable point: the gardens here are remarkable and beautiful, and to keep them in focus Anthony insists all guest cars be parked out-of-sight in a small garage or behind stands of trees and bushes. It’s a very nice touch. He juggles cars and guests well so there is no impediment to accessing your car when needed. He also juggles the B&B breakfasts very well, somehow always having enough chairs around the communal table and enough of everything for everyone to enjoy—very tasty too. By our second day he understood my day starts with English Breakfast Tea with honey—and it was always quickly on the table for me.

So our stay which commenced with our disappointment at the room we had selected turned into a glorious four nights that we enjoyed immensely in every respect. We are living in La Belle France for a year, during which we hope to return here in the near future. Thank you Anthony for a most memorable and enjoyable stay.

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 October 2017

This place is great. Built in the 1700s , it has elegant common rooms and large bedrooms and baths. All the amenities you could ask for, an excellent breakfast., a congenial host and great location (across the street from the Tapestries and a block from the Cathedral).

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank KenJen3925
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