BED AND BREAKFAST,St Sauveur Le Vicomte, Normandy.

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10
  • B&B

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: Bed and Breakfast

BED AND BREAKFAST,St Sauveur Le Vicomte, Normandy.

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THE FAMILY ROOM (2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN) FOR ONE NIGHT IS 75 EUROS.

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Our old stone house was rebuilt in the same stone following severe damage in 1944. It sits at the end of the village at the foot of the ramparts of the picturesque ruins of the old chateau. There is adequate parking for guests. The sitting room is situated on the ground floor, a staircase takes you to the double and twin bedrooms and a further staircase ...Read more

About the owner

Peter O'Donnell-Murphy

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BED AND BREAKFAST,St Sauveur Le Vicomte, Normandy.
Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, Normandy, France

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The village has all you may require by way of banks and shops. For a more extensive choice the towns of La Haye du Puits, Valognes and Cherbourg are within easy driving distance. The village has one restaurant, but there are many others to choose from serving excellent menus within the vicinity. There is a quirky bar in the village dedicated to Barbey d'Aurevilley which serves an excellent lunch. For the sports person there is the possibility to horseride, sail, canoeing, sand yacht or play tennis or golf in the area. There is a heated local swimming pool but larger facilities particularly for the children can be found at St Lo and Cherbourg. The area is well renowned and each summer private gardens are open for viewing on certain weekends, there are also a host of public gardens in the area. There are numerous kinds of museums around the area where you can learn the history of the parts played by all countries in the D Day Landings. Other museums show how the French lived during the War and other local history, including cider and calvados making. There are chateaus, manor houses and abbeys galore. There is plenty of parking. Please note this is rural France, so you will need a car.

Getting There

Nearest ferry port, 30 miles
Nearest train station: Valognes, 20 miles
Nearest airport, 30 miles
Car is essential

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