Christiane and Yves are happy to welcome you in their cottage located between land and sea, fully restored within the walls of their old farmhouse. The price does not include the supply of bed linen and towels, rental is 10 € per set with towels for the stay (to be specified when booking).
“Christiane and Yves are welcoming, discreet, generous and attentive. The accommodation is in accordance with the description and perfectly clean. Access is independent. All commodities are present which is nice for a short stay. You are in a rural setting quiet and very close to Saint Vaast la Hougue. We had a great time and met beautiful people. We will come back to it.”
Small English cottage with a cozy atmosphere. You will be in the countryside, quiet, but also close to the tourist sites of Cotentin. You will be 10 minutes by car from St Vaast la Hougue, nearest beach and very famous place with its Vauban towers and Tatihou island as well as Barfleur, Gatteville-Phare ... You can enjoy the exteriors of the house also with a terrace in front of the house and one in the back. No vis-à-vis.
“Superb step in a cottage style house very well equipped but without fuss. Very friendly and dynamic reception of Véronique who knew how to make us discover her region, her work and the history of the house ... Bedding very comfortable. Quiet and relaxing. A big thank you to our hostess.”
Ce gîte proche des plages du débarquement offre une vue dégagée sur le marais. Situé à 50m de la plage dans un village ou l' on trouve: commerces de première nécessité, restaurant, musée, golf, cours de tennis, randonnées équestres, école de voile... Découverte des ports de Barfleur et Saint Vaast la Hougue (les tours Vauban sont classées au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco). Mont Saint Michel à moins de 2 heures de route ? Idéal pour passer des vacances reposantes et découvrir la Normandie.
“Thank you Marc, for being a great host. We really appreciated your friendliness and all the local tips of what to see. We had an amazing time visiting the landing beaches, which were within easy reach. In the evening, it was so peaceful, looking at the horses across in the field and listening to the birds. We even had fabulous sunsets over the Quineville church on the hill. Merci encore, Marc.”