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Chateau de Canisy * * * *
6-8, Rue de Kergorlay , 50750 , Canisy
Chateau de Canisy is located at the heart of the bocage of Normandy, in Le Cotentin. It is 8 Km from Saint-Lô, the seat of the Prefecture, a local administration of the Manche, 60 Km from Caen, and 300 Km from Paris.

Rising in the midst of 60 acres of gardens, flanked by a body of water, at the heart of a 600 acre farming and forest domain, the Chateau de Canisy possesses aIl the ingredients of a tranquil country domain conducive to relaxation, thought and social encounters.

The Chateau de Canisy offers to guests 17 Rooms & Suites in the Chateau, and 7 Rooms in the outbuildings on the grounds of the Chateau, can be added for groups. Therefore the Chateau de Canisy can accommodate a group of 30 to 40 persons in an exclusive reservation for a private party, and a seminar up to 25 individual participants. Hotel accommodation can be added for larger groups in seminars. Each Suites or Rooms has a private bathroom. All rooms are furnished with valuable and authentic antiques that have been in the Chateau for centuries.
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Ferme Saint Simeon * * * * *
20, Rue Adolphe Marais , 14600 , Honfleur
Set on the coastal hills just outside the picturesque port town of Honfleur, Ferme Saint Simeon is a lovely, 17th-century Normandy complex of timbered and shingled buildings with flowerboxes adorning every window. Although a fire a few years ago mandated extensive renovations, the wonderful ambiance of old has been preserved—the transition from old to new is seamless, and Ferme Saint Simeon is even more beautiful than ever.
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Hôtel Royal Barrière * * * * *
Boulevard Cornuché , 14804 , Deauville
Like the Prince of Deauville majestically facing the sea, the Hôtel Royal Barrière is one of the first palace hotels built nearly a century ago. 253 finely decorated rooms. The hotel's simple elegance can be felt by the way our staff welcome yo and through the quality of the food, which is a point of honour for the hotel.
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Chateau La Cheneviere * * * *
Escures-Commes , 14520 , Port-en-Bessin
Château La Chenevière combines the charms of an old house with the conveniences of a cosy English manor, accompanied by an exquisite fresh cuisine reflecting the changing of the seasons.

La Chenevière is an 18th-century château situated between Omaha Beach, where the American forces landed on D-Day, and the historic town of Bayeux, famous for its tapestry depicting William the Conqueror.

Standing in its own parkland, the hotel embraces the graceful mannerisms of a bygone era and the warmth of an English country house. The dining room, overlooking the park, has certain grandeur on an intimate scale, while classic cuisine allows you to explore all the distinctive flavours of Normandy, accompanied by an exceptional wine list.

The hotel features 29 luxury rooms, including 3 suites with infinite charm. Spacious, refined rooms with striking harmonies in which antique rubs elbows with contemporary: tester bed and marble fireplace of the like only vintage dwellings can offer. Cosy rooms in pastel tints, each of which reveals an image of mellow living in its own way: soft atmosphere, a haven of elegance and romanticism. Every room has a different décor but the same charm. In each room and suite you’ll find a TV, minibar, safe (DVD and CD player in the junior suites and suites) and in every bathroom: bathrobes, hair-dryer, make-up mirror, Occitane courtesy products.
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Les Maisons De Léa * * *
Place Sainte Catherine , 14600 , Honfleur
In the heart of the Old Honfleur, this magnificent building which brings together an old salt warehouse and three XVIth century houses has been livingly restored into a charming hotel. The cosy and refined atmosphere, attention to detail, antiques, colorful fabrics and selected furniture provide a peaceful atmosphere for the guests.
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Hôtel Honfleur La Chaumière * * * *
Route du Littoral , 14600 , Honfleur
Half way between Deauville and Honfleur, Hôtel La Chaumière is located next to the beach in a protected valley surrounded by gardens and meadow. The rooms are comfortable and offer atmospheres particular to each room. Sometimes sleek and contemporary and sometimes more traditionnal with antique patina furniture, the rooms in the Hôtel La Chaumière will meet all of your needs. The restaurant offers home style cooking which brings together local seasonal produce, served in the garden, on the terrace, or in the lounge surrounded by large windows overlooking the sea, boats, le Havre and its thousand lights.
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Hostellerie Le Clos * * * *
98, Rue de la Ferté , 27130 , Verneuil-sur-Avre
Hostellerie Le Clos is an authentic Norman manor house, with its impressive slate-roofed turrets and magnificent red brick façade, lies in a fortified town created by Enrique I, King of England, at the beginning of century XII, this authentic mansion, in which the brick and the slate stand out, opens its doors to him so that it enjoys an unforgettable stay.
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Chateau de Sully -
Route de Port-en-Bessin , 14400 , Port-en-Bessin
In one of the most provocative gulf coasts of the 'Riviera Ligure', near a wonderful sea and charming green lush hills, you'll find the Hotel Palme offering you a happy and relaxing stay in a sophisticated and comfortable environment.
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Le Moulin de Connelles * * * *
40, Route d'Amfreville-Sous-les-Monts , 27430 , Connelles

Le Moulin de Connelles

Le Moulin de Connelles, an elegant half-timbered 17th – 18th century Anglo-Norman manor house, is bathed in the typical light of the Seine valley so beloved by the 19th century Impressionists. A three hectare landscaped park bordered by two branches of the Seine invites you to relax. Part of the park of Le Moulin de Connelles is on a private island.

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Chateau d'Audrieu * * * *
- , 14250 , Audrieu (Calvados)
Chateau d’Audrieu dates from the beginning of the 18th century, but its history goes back in to the time of William the Conqueror, when it was the residence of the Lord of Percy, the first ruler of these lands, whom according to legend was the personal chef of the Conqueror... The building was devastated by the wars, except for the two wings from the 15th century which still remain, as well as the central building from the 18th century.

The Bedrooms have been created in the wings whilst the central body houses the dining rooms, drawing rooms and some prestigious suites. All of the bedrooms have a small entrance (Foyer) to guarantee privacy. There are five double attic rooms with country style decoration which are used essentially by younger clients or for single occupancy. The First category rooms are more spacious with more luxurious decoration and marble bathrooms. The Deluxe rooms and suites have king size beds and bathrooms particularly luxurious, some of them with Jacuzzi.
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