Arts in the Garden B and B
50410, Europa, Frankreich, Normandie, Manche ,MORIGNY.
Guest lounge/dining room with traditional Norman granite fireplace, comfortable sofas and DVD and Hi-Fi.
Music room and library with modern piano, extensive collection of films, music and books which guests are welcome to borrow.
The Red Bedroom: deluxe room sumptuously carpeted throughout, with large comfortable oak double bed, spacious walk-in wardrobe, en suite deluxe wc/shower-room (power-jet rain-shower) with heated towel rail, hairdryer, bathrobes, towels, shampoo and shower gel provided. Views both to garden at front of house and open country to the rear. Coffee and tea-making facilities. DVD player and hi-fi. An additional single bed or a child's cot can be provided for 15 euros.
The White Bedroom: a bright and airy room, with parquet floor, large and comfortable double bed, en suite wc/shower room with multi-jet shower. Hairdryer, bathrobes, towels, shampoo and shower gel provided. TV with DVD player and hi-fi. The White Room Annexe: adjoining the White Room, sleeps two.
DVD-Player, PC mit Internetanschluss, Trockner, Fahrräder, Bettwäsche, Handtücher
We are fortunate to have within easy reach three of France's most visited sites. THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY describes in graphic detail the most famous date in English history: 1066 and the invasion of England by William the Conqueror. It is housed in its own museum in the city of Bayeux, well worth visiting for its own sake.
Equally unique is the island monastery of LE MONT ST. MICHEL, with the winding streets of its medieval village culminating in a beautiful monastery, bathed in extraordinary light and with stunning views over the surrounding estuary.
Also drawing visitors from all over the world are THE D-DAY LANDING BEACHES, site of the Invasion of Normandy in 1944, and the immaculately tended cemeteries commemorating those who gave their lives to liberate France in the crucial battles of World War II.
Gateway to France for many English visitors using its ferry port each year, THE CITY OF CAEN, city of William the Conqueror, fell to an earlier English invasion as long ago as 1346, when only the Chateau held out! Though it suffered badly in the Battle for Caen in 1944, the city boasts wonderful churches, most notably the Abbaye aux Hommes (with William's tomb); the Chateau (built by William); a beautiful Botanic Garden; a Museum of Fine Arts with a good permanent collection; the Memorial (the Museum telling the story of the Battle of Normandy); and as befits a university town, a profusion of cafes, bars and restaurants.
Granville: a picturesque fishing port and holiday town full of good fish restaurants, with Christian Dior's clifftop museum and gardens.
Villedieu-les-poêles: 'poêle' means stove, and this popular tourist destination, with its granite houses and narrow hilly streets is famous for its copper products, with seemingly half its shops devoted to selling items in copper, and a museum devoted to the industry. Colourful local market on Tuesday mornings
Dinan (110 Kilometer)
Vire (16 Kilometer)
A84 (14 Kilometer)
|1. März 2016||31. Dezember 2016||75,00 EUR pro Zimmer pro Nacht|
50410, Normandy, France, MORIGNY
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