The ability to rent rooms at local farms (all meeting rigorous standards) doesn't exist like this in the U.S. We strongly recommend American travelers to consider this option. You're out in the countryside, and the food as fresh as it gets. (Meals vary by establishment.) The surroundings are modest, as are the prices. And they're everywhere, all over France!!
That said, this was was, too, modest and comfortable. The hospitality was good, and the location very convenient to the military cemeteries and other war-related sights along the Normandy coast. The hosts' English is limited here, so the ability to speak a little French will help. And you are staying on a farm, so expect some farm sounds and smells; but it was also fairly quiet. And the traditional stone farm buildings are lovely indeed.
It took us a little while to locate someone here. Eventually, a young boy came out, and brought us to see his mother who was milking the cows because he wasn't sure about availability since we didn't have a reservation. He then took us to the room, and she came around after finishing with the milking. We had a simple country breakfast w/eggs in the family's kitchen, included in the very reasonable room price. In high season, there's a separate area for feeding the guests.