A fairly new, typical 'out of town' stop over hotel. About a 10 minute drive to the centre of Bayeux. Decent car parking with a pretty good restaurant next door (I'm assuming owned by the hotel chain, guests get 15% off). Nothing else within walking distance.
Rooms are clean and warm with free air conditioning available. Satellite TV with, quite sensibly, volume restricted (there is a headphone socket). But that's about it in the room.
The rooms are small, very small. Make sure you are very familiar with who you are staying with! Separate toilet and shower with the sink in the room. Shower has a barely obscured glass door, opposite a wall mirror! Twin, narrow beds were about an inch apart with about a couple of feet around them.
We had a room facing the road (D613), which was busy constantly, there will be road noise all night if you have the window open.
No bar as such but you can order a beer (and nothing else) from reception and drink it in the breakfast area or your room. Breakfast was good value and typical; tea/coffee, cereal, yoghurt, jam, cheese, baguette. Eat as much as you like. No croissants though.
Staff were pleasant and spoke fairly good English.
Ideal for a cheap stop over for a day or two, any longer would be too cramped, but I guess that this is what this kind of hotel is designed for. Bayeux is beautiful and well worth visiting but hotels with parking are limited. So if its just a flying visit the Ibis Budget Bayeux (also called Hotel Etap) will be fine.