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Book this 2 bedroom castle in Bayeux today! A total of 4 people can sleep here comfortably.
Guests can enjoy a parking space and internet access among other amenities offered by this rental.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 48 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $727, depending on travel dates.
The owner responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Jul 21, 2017, so this rental may not be available for your requested dates, but please inquire to confirm.
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About the owner
About the owner
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- Calendar last updated:
- 21 Jul 2017
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Languages spoken: English, French
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Bayeux Attractions
- Central heating
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
Phone / Internet
- Internet access
- Satellite TV
- Shared garden
- Smoking allowed
– based on 48 reviews
- Very Good
“Amazing Time At The Manoir St. Hubert”
My husband and I along with our 14 year old son spent a lovely time at the Manoir St. Hubert just last week (July 2014). Madame Yseult is the most charming and welcoming host with a wealth of information and ideas to help us explore the lovely region of Normandy. Breakfast was a treat each morning with an array of fruit, cereals, and breads with lovely jam. The warm coffee and tea helped us start each day right. The Manoir itself is set in a charming village within walking distance to Bayeaux and all of it's attractions. I already miss the morning bells ringing from the church that awakened us to begin the day. The bedrooms on the 2nd floor (3rd for Americans) were so cozy and relaxing. My son had the second bedroom on the floor with two twin beds and I would go inside and read among the quiet shadows drawn from the open window. The main bedroom was adorned with all the characteristics of an 18th century mansion and I felt drawn back in time. The bathroom was pristine and modernized with all of the amenities one needs. We explored all of the D-day beaches and (upon recommendation) we visited Port Le Hoc. It was an easy drive (and thank you to. Madame for the short cut advice on getting there) to Le Mont St. Michel and St. Malo. We explored small villages and all with thanks to our amazing host. Our entire stay at Manoir St. Hubert was the highlight of the trip and we will miss little Figaro and his feline friend. We cannot thank Madame enough and hope to come again to the beautiful region of Normandy and stay at the Manoir. -The Padilla Family
“Unspoilt Charm, beautiful surroundings, just perfect!”
We stayed here on the last night of our family holiday in July 2012, A wonderful and charming French residence that ooses genuine character, with a helpful and friendly Mme. A perfect round off to our holiday!
“What a place!”
The pictures on Flipkey don't adequately show what an absolute jewel this place is. Top to bottom and everywhere you turn there is a gorgeous painting, a beautiful rug, lovely furnishings, etc. The large green yard is well shaded and private, and has tables and chairs for relaxation (and a ping pong table which we put to good use). We stayed two nights (two adults; two kids) and wished we'd allowed more time to relax and enjoy the estate. The owner is personable and warm without being overbearing. She customized her offerings to our circumstances (vegetarian diet, for example), and was helpful with recommendations about beaches, restaurants, and so forth. The breakfasts she prepared were perfect and delicious. I'd definitely recommend this manor to others. One note: we found it very difficult to find, as both our GPS and Bayeux locals were not much help. Also, streets in Bayeux aren't always well marked and are sometimes called three or four different things at different points. It's a good idea to map it out well before you go!
“Excellent, a taste of real France and completely unique!”
Just in case you are thinking of paying a visit to Bayeux, be it for the Tapestry or the World War Two landings beaches, we can definately recommend Manoir Saint Hubert on the outskirts of Bayeux. Be prepared for an unbelievable encounter with a majestic house filled with 15th century furniture and an overall grand appearance. Absolutely well maintained and clean, en suite facilities in a quiet area. Wake up in the morning to the nearby Church bell and excellent breakfast served at a long dining table that would have suited a King. Indeed the lady who serves it is a descendant of one of William of Orange's Knights and if you ask she will surely show you an ancient family tree to prove it! Only a short walk into the town centre are Bayeux's Cathedral and many restaurants and it is just a short drive to see the Bayeux Tapestry or the beaches. We found this place fascinating and thoroughly enjoyed our three day stay.
“Extraordinary week in Normandy.”
I spent a few days in the home and it was wonderful. The owner was very kind and willing to make the stay as comfortable as possible. I got a different treatment in Normandy than what I did in Paris or other big cities, people in Normandy are much nicer. The home was really nice; it's actually a pretty big house. The room was comfortable and had a great view of the garden. The location is great, there are many things to do either in the town or in the villages nearby. In the town the Cathedral is beautiful (and you have a great view of it when you leave the house), also there are some ancient tapestries of Bayeux that are really interesting. In the towns nearby you have different options: if you are interested in Wwii you can go to Omaha Beach, the american Cimetery, or arromanches. If you prefer a greater French feeling then I would recommend Port en Bessin, a beautiful town by the beach. Arromanches is also nice even if you aren't interested in Wwii, it has a great view of the sea. What I liked the most was the experience in general. It was a different France than what I was used to, and I definitely want to go back again. What I liked the least is that it rained once, but that didn't stop me from enjoying the stay.