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We stayed here in July 2016 and loved it. Mylean who runs the Inn with her husband Christian is a delight and speaks English well. The Inn is a converted 18th farmhouse that somehow survived WWII. Breakfast is included. We stayed in the attic room....More
We had a great time here, and would return. Our room was the Côté Sud. It was comfortable, plenty of room for two people. There was a coffee/tea maker, two plugs for charging phones, etc, and the WiFi was pretty good. The room was clean,...More
Small family owned and operated B&B. A little difficult to find, but Google Maps did the trick. Owners went out of their way to make my 83 year old father feel right at home in the D-Day period. Very good breakfast. Will definitely return when...More
We are just finishing a lovely stay at Le Mas Normand. Mylene and Christian are such wonderful hosts, very gracious and warm. It is such a pleasure to stay in such a delightful place and you barely want to go out and explore each morning....More
We stayed for three nights in the recently refurbished oest room. It is beautiful. The breakfast is wonderful full of quality local products and Mylene is a wonderful host. A real pleasure. Oh and the dog was gorgeous and friendly as well! It us such...More
Thank you for your enquiry, yes i have a twin bedded room clair de lune at 100 euros for 2 breakfast included, if you are making a seard under le mas normand, you will find more information