Our party was 3 adults. We were warmly welcomed by Josiane & Jacques & we stayed in the 'out-building' at the back of the house. Our accommodation was lovely, there was a double bedroom at the front, the bathroom in the middle & another double bedroom at the back of the building. We had a kitchen downstairs that had all the mod-cons you needed.
Breakfast was served between 0830-0930am, continental style, with some lovely home made pies.
There are no TV's in the room, but there is a seperate recreation room where you can play cards, chess, pool or watch TV.
You need a car to stay here as it is in a very quite 'hamlet', but it is very handy for all the D-Day Landing beaches (which was the basis of our trip).
I would definitely recommend a stay here, we thoroughly enjoyed it & the owners Josiane & Jacques are very friendly - Josiane even helped me with my French! A very lovely weekend break was had by all!More