We stayed for one night in August, the room was fine, staff very helpful and the meal was truly excellent. When we thanked the Chef he said that he was aiming for a Michelin star. He deserves it! We had local wild mushrooms, turbot, a delicious strawberry desert and 3 Normandy cheeses. The wine list is excellent apart from the... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel La Licorne, whose construction date back to 1610, has twenty delightful rooms around his sculptural staircase. Its complete renovation was undertaken in 2007 with the famous house decoration Flamant, the rooms being redone enjoying harmoniously combined with contemporary charm the historical aspect. A suite for the disabled has also been designed. Much attention has been paid to the well being of guests - a holiday in the Licorne is a source of tranquility and comfort. La Licorne is also equipped with four comfortable suites. All rooms have a view either charming historic Lyons Hall or on the patio of the hotel, and always in the background forest. Christophe Poirier, talented young chef, went through the most prestigious restaurants. It is a culinary soul he has instilled in these places, and professionals do not make a mistake in awarding him the quality of young talent Gault et Millau 2009. ... more less
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