what can we saw about Rosemary and her charming farmhouse
it was a picture perfect setting, quiet, old home with great british owner It is close to all the D-day beaches, If you have car you can drive to all the areas and return back to this b&b and relax. The town has allot eateries
and wonderful place to walk around. Rosemary has small museum herself with allot of information on the battles etc. Mr Chilcott used to run tours to the sites however his illness has slowed him down and he no longer does the tours. However, their are others in the area that can provide the service. We had car and toured all the sites on our own. It is very simple to do the beaches on your own and at your own pace. We stayed three nights. Rosemary's tea is wonderful, she was the best hostess we have meet in all our vacations to europe. The rooms were clean, large, and very beautiful views from all the rooms. It's kid friendly with some farm animals, and gardens. Rosemary offered us fruit, and teas when we finally arrived late in the evening. The drive from Paris was fabulous and you can make a quick stop at Giverny.