This was an interesting hotel, having separate small buildings housing 2-4 suites each. Depending on how one gets there, it may involve a ferry crossing over the Seine. Close by, and just adjacent to the northern ferry landing is an outstanding restaurant (service, staff, and food). It's also only a short walk downtown to shops, La Poste, etc, not to mention the fairly well preserved Abbaye de Jumieges. Le Clos has a very pleasant central dining area for breakfast. It focuses on it's very nice pool and grounds, and in warm weather this would be an unbeatable combination.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome Girded by the majestic loops of the Seine and set amidst the apple orchards, Domaine Le Clos des Fontaines reserves a gracious welcome for all its guests. In the unique quality of light cherished by so many painters, the typically Norman half-timbering, mellow brickwork and dressed stone meld perfectly with the idyllic surroundings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Clos Des Fontaines Hotel Jumieges