We stayed at the Churchill for two nights in mid-September. It was a good choice for Bayeux and D-Day touring. The staff were very cordial and helpful. The room was spacious and comfortable, as well as the bathroom. Our room, #112, faced the street, and on our Wednesday morning departure day, they were setting up the market with fresh fish, flowers, and vegetables. (We had no problem with street noise, by the way.) We did not eat at the hotel, so I can't comment on that. But, the location was perfect for walking Bayeux, as the town center (and information center) was just steps away from the hotel. We took the picturesque walk through town along the river, as well as spent an afternoon shopping the abundant shops and visiting the patisseries...very enjoyable afternoon (even in the rain!) There is a wonderful little home goods boutique across the street (Rosalba's) where I found ample goodies to bring back for souvenirs. And, the shop in the hotel had a very nice selection as well. (They even carried a nice selection of these adorable little lace sachets (Maryse a Paris) which I had bought in Paris the year before and not seen anywhere else.) There are good dining choices nearby, as well as being so close to the Cathedral and Tapestry Museum...it truly is a very walkable city! The grocery store next door was very convenient for purchasing our picnic supplies for our self-guided day of D-Day touring. And, I was able to get on the hotel's wi-fi when seated in their dining room, but it was very slow.
If there was one negative thing I could say about the hotel, it would be the parking. We were fortunate enough to find a parking spot for both of our nights in the parking lot adjacent to the hotel's grounds. However, when we first arrived, there were a few hours remaining before it became "free" for the evening, and at check-in we were told we could park for free for the time-being in the city's parking lot, which from their directions seemed very far away. Perhaps we misunderstood the directions, but we decided just to pay for the few hours and then remain there for the evening. (And we witnessed the authorities coming by and checking the meters.) It worked out, but I could see parking being a bit of a headache.
I would choose the Churchill again, as we enjoyed our stay there and our visit to Bayeux!!
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