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50620 Saint-Fromond France
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Saint-Fromond
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We have a small, working farm in a protected national park in La Manche, Normandy, very close to the D Day Beaches, as well as Bayeux and Saint-Lo. Dinner is available in the local restaurants. On the farm is a self-catering Cottage, a Yurt and a Farmhouse where we offer B&B, as well as free range chickens, goats, geese and cats). The Cottage has a double bed, bathroom and a kitchen / diner. The luxury glamping Mongolian Yurt is set in a private field, with its own nearby bathroom facilities and campsite kitchen. The Yurt has a king size bed, dining tables (inside and out) and two sofas (which can convert into single beds). All linen and towels are provided. The farmhouse has 2 double bedrooms and 2 twin rooms available for guests (all with en suite shower / toilet) as well as a guest lounge and a kitchen / diner. Extra beds can be provided for children. Pets are welcome with prior agreement.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Breakfast in the room
Bicycle rental
Walking tours
Books, DVDs, music for children
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Wifi
Outdoor pool
Wine / champagne
Board games / puzzles
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle bus service
Baggage storage
Concierge
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Private check-in / check-out
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Bottled water
Room types
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Hidden Gem
Languages Spoken
English, French, German
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Stayed at campsite, very basic, not particularly cheap and not quite like the description It is in a peaceful spot, but from time to time one can hear the bleeping of the reversing vehicles in the distance as they work on the landfill site up the road. Because there are no barriers and no rules, in less than a week on three different nights, people were packing up in the early hours and then left at 5 am 5.30am and 6 am disturbing everyone else, without any consideration, one being just an overnighter and only arrived a few hours earlier. Not to mention the barking dog. Most campsites have rules about not leaving before 7,30 or 8 to ensure their guests peace. No so here, no barriers no rules Sent from my iPad
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We rented the farmhouse for one week at the end of October. It was extremely comfortable with a good sized well stocked kitchen, washing machine, dishwasher etc. We were two couples so used only the two bedrooms on the second floor with en suite bathrooms and queen size beds. (As frequent in European accommodations an additional toilet is also up the flight of stairs. ) The rooms are spacious , there are hanging racks on the wall as opposed to closets - night stands w reading lamps, and chairs. The location provides an excellent base for driving to Mont St Michel, Bayeux, Lisieux, the Normandy Beaches etc. It is a quick 3 minute drive to the nearest village to pick up fresh pastries from the bakery or meat from the butcher or the essentials from the grocery. We did not have time to experience the heated pool. The landscape is gorgeous and restful. It would be hard to find more accommodating owners then Adrian and Marjolein. Adrian also offers a superb tour of the battlefields but that is for another review .
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Needed a base for a 6 day trip with 5 men, who can get a little raucous from time to time, especially when the drink is flowing. Typical French campsites are sectioned off by mini hedges, meaning as a group we couldn’t be together, so when we found La Rougerie we stumbled upon a little gem. The campsite was completely empty when we came, which gave us the ability to pick our spot. We opted for one of the nearest spots to the main house which meant we had our very own wooden outbuilding housing 3 separate rooms, Toilet/Sink, Shower/sink, kitchen with hob and sink. This in itself was just great, as we didn’t need to walk far to go to the toilet, shower or wash up. The facilities were spotless and Adrian and his partner were often spotted cleaning or building something The 2 local villages at Saint Jean de Daye and Saint Fromond weren’t awash with bars or restaurants, so we did struggle a little when it came to meal times, if you wanted an evening meal especially. That said, we lisitened to Adrian and succumbed to having our main meal in the daytime, ‘when in Rome’ as they say. Our visit coincided with the England V Croatia semi-final World Cup game, and with none of the local bars open past 8pm, meant we had nowhere local to watch it. Adrian to the rescue once more. He opened his house up to us all with various fruits, snacks and Leffe beer on tap, and managed to stream the game through his computer. Shame the result didn’t go our way, but heh hoh, we were having so much fun anyway, it really didn’t matter Whilst going in camper vans, we took our motorbikes with us and a couple of us needed a few fixes which without a welder would have been terminal. Adrian to the rescue once more. He let us have free reign over his barn and welding machine. Fixed, enabling us to carry on with our tours of the area. For those that don’t know, the local areas are awash with history from WW2 and Adrian certainly knows his stuff in that regard. He really was a great host. We all chipped in at the end and gave them a nice tip, which was well deserved and we will certainly be coming back Adrian even brought the tractor over for a picture of us all in the bucket. What a star
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This is the second time I have stayed at La Rougerie and it was great again Adrian is very knowledgable about the history of the Normandy area with being a battlefield historian and a great host, will be back again.
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I went to stay camping at La Rougerie, a working farm near Saint-Fromond, for a bit of “me time” and yet the hospitality and generosity of Adrian and Marjolein was far beyond the norm. Set in a beautiful part of Normandy rich in D-Day history with a ruined castle a short drive away and an easy journey to Omaha and Utah beaches by car, the site was just rural enough to give one a proper camping experience. So different to the normal French Municipal ones. As an ex British Army officer, Adrian’s knowledge of the D-Day beaches is unsurpassed and he brings an intense and engaging approach to a subject which will captivate those who wish to learn about June 6th 1944 and the following months. Like most experts in their field, he clearly is always learning more about his subject which brings a fresh and contemporary feel to what was the world’s largest ever invasion. I also saw inside the gite which was beautifully clean and fresh, but I was not staying in it. If you want to camp in a beautiful location and find out about the very ground you are sleeping on, this really is the only place to stay for a D-Day camping trip.
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FranceNormandyBasse-NormandieMancheSaint-Fromond
NUMBER OF ROOMS
6
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Frequently Asked Questions about La Rougerie
Which popular attractions are close to La Rougerie?
Nearby attractions include Château de la Rivière (0.5 miles), Eglise Notre Dame (2.5 miles), and Le Chateau De La Mare (2.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at La Rougerie?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Is parking available at La Rougerie?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to La Rougerie?
Conveniently located restaurants include Auberge Polonaise Chez Hubert, L'Auberge Aux Marais, and Le Fleurion.
Are there opportunities to exercise at La Rougerie?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at La Rougerie?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at La Rougerie?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and German.
Are there any historical sites close to La Rougerie?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Musee Memorial de Bloody Gulch (9.6 miles), Monument Major John E. Tucker (7.6 miles), and Mur impacté du Club Nautique (7.8 miles).