My wife and I spent 3 wonderful nights here as part of our visit to the Normandy region. From the time we were greeted by the staff upon arrival, everything was first class in every way. We will definitely return and highly recommend Ferme de la Rançonnière .
Traveller from Alabama
This building in which is housed the hotel dates back to the 13th century and it is ideally situated, 3 km away from the …More
Picked this hotel due to its facilities and beach location. Never failed to impress. We visited the D- day landing beaches, which were between 20 mins and 1.25 hours drive along the coast.
Great hotel to come back to after a long day for a soak in the hydro pool. Plenty of places to eat in the centre of carbourg which is a 5 min drive.
Nice hotel and was central. No parking and it would have cost less to book on the day as per the advert on their window. The room was at the back and had no view what so ever. Felt we had been had by booking early as there was no one else around and it was quite - on plus side the breakfast was good and the staff were friendly.
Traveller from Kent
Located right in the centre of Arromanches, 50 metres from the beach, Logis D'arromanches is a warm and cosy base from which …More
Marcel Proust’s favorite vacation spot, Cabourg appears as the fiction seaside resort of “Balbec” in his masterpiece, Remembrance of Things Past. Fronted by over 3 kilometres of sandy beach and beachfront promenade, the town is famous for its Belle Epoque atmosphere, exemplified by its Grand Hotel and Casino. Cabourg also has a racecourse with modern facilities; beach clubs; and golfing.