We booked a room with a double bed and when we arrived we were delighted to discover that our room was actually a home located within 100 yards from the hotel that could very comfortably sleep a family of 5 with a queen size bed on the main floor and a loft upstairs with a double bed and a single bed. Interior design was done very well and location was perfect.
The restaurant has exquisite food and the service at the hotel was good. The owner is a little gruff but the staff were exceptional. Highly recommend this hotel to anyone. The price for the value we received was superb!
Traveller from Canada
La Pêcherie is a small hotel located 100 metres away from the beach in Courseulles sur Mer. It offers free Wi-Fi and free …More
From the moment we arrived Vito and his team did everything they could to make sure we were comfortable and taken care of. Our plans included a tour of the war memorials in the area and this hotel was at the center of it all. Having a kitchenette with a working cooktop and a refrigerator really gave us the liberty of adjusting to the international time change on our own time since everything in the area closes at 6pm. Normally that would be inconvenient, but here it just lends to this small towns charm.
Sauna and steam bath included. Beautiful surroundings. Great staff. Nice breakfast buffet. Good restaurant for lunch and dinner. Disappointed I could not safely walk to the beaches, but tour covered them.
Traveller from Costa Rica
The hotel offers 70 rooms and is located on a 27-hole golf course overlooking the sea. Near to the D-Day beaches. The hotel …More
Great, older hotel which has lovely features throughout. Great location for Normandy and Bayeux and Caen and of course the beaches and museums.
Same old gripe. Restaurant looked good but too expensive so we took our business elsewhere . Why do hotels lose business like that?
All in all , very pleasant stay.
Very French Attitude here, strange so close to England and American sites. Haughty reception and dining staff.
However the pool was excellent , although it closes at 7:30pm. Both Thursday and Friday nights we were there, it said close at 8pm, but luckily we got in there at 7pm, so we had a few minutes to swim. For a place advertised as a relaxing place, being hustled out with many other guests early felt wrong. Definitely the spa pool area should be open late. And don't lose your robe/towel card you get at reception, it will cost you $75.
This hotel was just what I required for my visit to the D-Day Landing Beaches. A very good price for my 3 day stay. Good size room, very clean and well equipped. The staff were exceptionally pleasant. No complaints at all. I would stay here again, no problems. Location was 50 m from the Sword landing beach. This was why I was in Normandy.
Traveller from ENGLAND
Normandy-style hotel set 50 metres from the sea and 100 metres from several Normandy landing beaches, and 3 km from …More
WE ARRIVED LATE FROM OUR FERRY, ABOUT 2015. WE WERE MET BY A VERY CHARMING LADY WHO WAS RELAXED AND QUITE OK ABOUT THE TIME. SHE TOOK US DIRECTLY TO OUR ROOM, ASKED OF THERE WAS ANYTHING WE NEEDED AND LEFT US FOR THE NIGHT.
WE SLEPT WELL. THE FOLLOWING MORNING, THE BREAKFAST WAS EXCELLENT, PLENTY OF COFFEE AND FRESH FOOD. THE LOCATION WAS IDEAL AND VERY QUIET.
PETER from WINCHESTER
Merville-Franceville-Plage, more commonly known as Franceville, is a commune in the Calvados department in the …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.