We chose Le Mulberry primarily based on it's location within Arromanches (5 minutes from the beach/ main street) and the fact the rooms could fit a family of 4. We stayed for 4 nights at the end of August with our 2 children aged 10 and 8. We received a very friendly welcome from the owner (who spoke good English) and his staff.
This feels essentially like a restaurant (an excellent one) with a number of rooms attached. Our family room was accessed from the rear and overlooked a pretty street/ church. The room was basic and slightly full with the double/ single/ pull out bed but very clean. The only disadvantage of being so close to the church was that we were woken up by the bells at 7am (it rang hourly
from 7am - 10pm). However, there is an excellent breakfast waiting and so much to see and do in the area so it really wasn't a problem.
We ate in the restaurant on site on our last night and it was our best meal of the trip. On the other days we walked to the main street parallel with the beach and tried the various restaurants there.
Arromanches is a beautiful little town with it's Mulberry harbour, interesting small museum explaining about the D Day landings and the 360 degree cinema up high. We visited each of the 5 D Day landing beaches and several museums (Pointe du hoc, American cemetery visitor centre, site hillman at Colleville Montgomery) as well as some very poignant cemeteries.
Arromanches is just a short drive from Bayeux, a beautiful old city with very interesting museum housing the Bayeux tapestry which the children were very interested to see (audio guides provided) .
Overall , a very friendly hotel in a beautiful town and in a region rich in history. Definitely worth a visit! We just need to spend more time next time.
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