My husband and I were lucky to book this property in April of 2016 for 4 nights. Janine is a lovely hostess who made us feel very welcome in her home. The house took her and Danny 2 years to restore and it is beautiful! Since it was early spring we did miss most blossoms in the garden but it is massive and peaceful. As mentioned in other reviews breakfast was delicious and the homemade jams incredible. Janine recommended a restaurant at the coast which was only a few miles away and it was spectacular. We went there for 2 nights. The house is easy to find and the Normandy beaches are very close by. You start out as guests and leave as friends! Richard and Linda
What a beautiful, comfortable place to stay during our travels! Valerie was extremely helpful and hospitable (from booking, and throughout our stay). Such a friendly, down-to-earth hostess! Very French country Inn style. A narrow, winding staircase led us up to our spacious, clean and very comfortable room. Valerie made wonderful homemade breakfasts. We enjoyed sitting by the fireplace on the main floor at night talking with other guests. Hope to stay there again in the future!
un accueil très sympathique et chaleureux, un environnement magnifique une chambre très agréable et spacieuse, un petit déjeuner copieux et très bon, avec confiture maison . le petit plus un réfrigérateur ou nous avons pu mettre notre bouteille de champagne au frais . A recommander vivement. Nous reviendrons et en parlerons autour de nous. Un grand merci a Liliane et Jean Jacques . BB et GM
Warmth and charm! The kindness of Catherine (even prior) and Mick exceeded our expectations. The feel of family! So nice when you're are abroad!! Catherine is very helpful with all arrangements and suggestions of things and places to go! Take her up on John as your Normandy guide for the day..... Thank You for a wonderful stay at your lovely "home"!
Abbiamo alloggiato 5 notti in questo posto fantastico... Camera spaziosa con un bagno grande e comodo ma il giardino è strepitoso curato , fiori piante frutti... Janine è solare simpatica accogliente e fa delle marmellate uniche!!! Grazie per la fantastica vacanza!!! Posto strategico per visitare la Normandia!!!
Our stay at the Ferme-manoir de Cacharat, was everything and much more than we had dreamed of. Normandy´s culture, class and fine colours, all put into fine spacious rooms, with the greatest hospitality from Mdm Valérie. We were treated as guests of the home, but with a discrete line of privacy and served the best homemade breakfast throughout France. The sense of details and service during our three night stay was nothing but SUPERBE! À bientôt - La famille danoise
We had a wonderful stay at Le Roulage. It is a a beautiful place -- with tremendous gardens and beautiful rooms, buildings. Janine and Danny are great and friendly hosts. We recommend it very highly and hope we can return some day!
We spent two relaxing , comfortable nights here. Valerie was a charming and attentive hostess sharing information about the local area and loaning us her map. We slept well in a spacious bedroom and woke to swooping swallows outside the bedroom window. Breakfast was a feast for the eyes and the taste buds; home made yogurt, cake, preserves and delicious scrambled eggs. The guest living room is huge and comfortable and as the evenings were chilly Valerie lit a log fire for us to return to after dinner. If you want a special, place to stay and do not mind climbing a stone spiral staircase to bed, go visit.
We stayed three nights at Le Roulage during our visit to Normandy. Janine and Danny are wonderful hosts, our time there exceeded our expectations in every way. We enjoyed strolling through Danny's gorgeous garden and visiting with Janine each morning over croissants and homemade jam (which was delicious). The rooms are quiet and the house peaceful. Spending our evenings in the beautifully restored farmhouse allowed us to enjoy the history of Normandy on a new level. I highly recommend Le Roulage if you are visiting the French countryside!
Highly recommend this beautiful B&B! This is the most charming country farmhouse and Valerie is accommodating, friendly, welcoming, and a wonderful hostess. We were greeted by a lovely fire and a warm smile. We felt like guests rather an customers. Her home was so inviting, we didn't even want to leave for our tours and site-seeing adventures, and looked forward to returning "home" each day. There is a large common area for guests and spacious bedrooms. Our personal bathroom (in the Linen Room) seemed to be the size of our Paris hotel room!! The bedroom allowed space to unpack, reorganize, relax, have lovely views, and a very comfortable bed. Wifi is available in the common room (not the bedrooms), and was fast for us. Each morning we started our day with fresh eggs, yogurt, fruit, bread, and a sweet dish of some sort made each morning by Valerie - the eggs were from Valerie's hens and the yogurt was also homemade. The bread from Valerie's local boulangerie was outstanding and the jams are made by Valerie and her mom. An added very special touch were cookies baked each day and left on the coffee table for us to enjoy. The located between Caen and Bayeux worked great for us - we also really loved the nearby restaurant Valerie suggested. While there we did a D-Day tour, drove to Mont St Michel, Bayeux, and stopped by Honfleur on our way to Paris. There happens to be a local WWII cemetery, which is a beautiful, peaceful walk away. This spotless B&B deserves 10 stars; it's lovely!! It is a place we will remember forever!
We loved our stay here in Longueville France. Janine and Daniel were wonderful hosts. Very quiet and peaceful after long days of sightseeing Normandy and surrounding areas. Janine put on the most delicious breakfasts with all her homemade jams and yogurts. Daniel has the most beautiful gardens all around their property. We so enjoyed it all. Thank you , Mike and Marty
My husband and I stayed for two nights with some friends at this B&B in May. This house is lovely, in a beautiful setting and with very good hosts. Although we were late in arriving, Vincent was very accommodating. The rooms were very large and well appointed. Because of other reviews, we requested that Vincent cook for us the evening we returned from touring the Normandy beaches and it was a wonderful ending to our Normandy experience. Other guests at the B&B were at the table for dinner and it was a memorable evening. If you have time, be sure to experience Vincent's evening meal - although the breakfast will illuminate you on his cooking skills.
We had a great stay here. Went to see the D-day area. This B &B is central to Caen and Bayeax. Very rural and beautiful countryside. The owner, Valerie is a most gracious host. She likes to bake so you will have a very nice breakfast every morning. We highly recommend this B & B. The bedroom is on the second floor with a winding staircase which we enjoyed but if you have a problem with stairs this might not be good for you.
It is a charming 1737 farm house that has been completely restored and modernized. Both Janine and Daniel were gracious hosts and make you feel at home right away. Delicious breakfasts with homemade jams made from fruits from their garden. Janine is very helpful with directions and places to see. The gardens are a delight. Daniel's talents in the garden are unmatched. A true French countryside experience. We loved it.
We were two couples looking for a base to use for our stay in Normandy. This converted farmhouse was a beautiful find. There are only two rooms so it was very quite. The rooms were very modern and the breakfast was fantastic with eggs to order, homemade pastry and fresh fruit and yogurt. Next time we'll stay longer. The only difficulty might be the narrow stairs leading to the rooms that might be a problem for older couples. Overall, we loved it.
It was wonderful to stay in a 1737 country estate. Janine and Daniel were delightful and extremely helpful hosts. Janine prepared our breakfast (with homemade jams) and favorite beverage each morning and Daniel showed us his beautiful gardens and surroundings. We can not imagine any better place to stay in the Normandy area.
I recently stayed at Le Petite Halle with my family while visiting Bayeaux. The place was perfectly suited for us. Clean, large enough, and stocked with everything we needed to be comfortable and cook our meals. Its location was just off of Main street, within walking distance to everything. Bayeux is a delightful and charming city, rich in history. I would highly recommend a visit.
Patricia was very helpful and a great hostess during and before our stay. She came up with passes we needed and the french dinner was outstanding worth every bit of the cost. Would highly reccommend it as a place to plan a Normandy vacation as you can see Mont St. Michel, Caen, Rouen and the beaches from the manior all are within a day trip of the manior.
Stratégiquement située en pleine campagne, mais à portée de main de Bayeux et de Caen, la ferme Manoir est l'un de ces endroits rares où la convivialité et le plaisir règnent en maîtres!!
We stayed two nights with another couple and fell in love the minute we drove up. It is a charming old farm house they have modernized with a lovely garden in the back. Both Janine and Daniel were gracious hosts and paid great attention to detail - from how he restored the stone to Janine's embroidery and her delicious breakfasts. The jams were homemade with fruit from the garden. The table was beautifully set and made you feel special, yet at the same time like part of the family. Can't wait for a return trip! California fans
My husband and I stumbled into this B and B in a very small village without a reservation, and were so lucky to meet Janine and Daniel. They were very kind and generous to us, and their home was just lovely. It was very clean and nicely decorated with a very delightful garden as well. Janine makes great coffee, as well as jams! I would recommend this home to anyone!
We stayed at Le Roulage with another couple during our 3 day stay to visit the D-Day beaches. Janine and Daniel were wonderful hosts and made us feel right at home. This B&B is a farmhouse built in the early 1700s with a large magnificent garden lovingly maintained by Daniel. And Janine's homemade jams at breakfast were a delicious treat every morning. Each of our rooms was very charming and beautifully decorated by Janine. Le Roulage is 20 minutes from Bayeux but well-worth the drive to be in the peaceful countryside.
Le Roulage is beautiful home operated by two fantastic people. Janine and Daniel treated us as family. The airline lost our luggage and when we arrived at Le Roulage all we had was the clothes we were wearing. Janine and Daniel provided toiletries and gave us clothes to wear! They are great people! The garden is beautiful Daniel is a serious gardner. Janine's home made jams are a perfect way to start the day. We will always remember and appreciate the hospitality we received at Le Roulage.
Un séjour parmi les fleurs de ce magnifique jardin situé à l'arrière et autour d'une demeure de grande classe, les chambres sont extrêmement agréables, le petit déjeuner agrémenté de confitures maison, mais c'est surtout la gentillesse des maîtres de maison qui est la principale carte de visite de cette chambre d'hôte qu'il faut classer parmi celles de l'élégance et de la simplicité d'une France encore authentique.
We stayed for two nights in this lovely B & B enjoying a warm welcome, a beautiful setting, a gorgeous garden and a delicious breakfast! Le Roulage is located in a quiet village with easy access to important sites in Normandy. We give this B & B our highest recommendation!
Dit is een B&B waar men U verrast met een uitzonderlijke service,vriendelijkheid en kwaliteit. Het avondeten is van een zeer goede kwaliteit en wordt bereid door de uitbaters(Mevr). De familie staat steeds spontaan ter beschikking van de klanten om informatie en raad te geven omtrent de touristische mogelijkheden van de streek. Kortom, een adres om te promoten.
We stayed 2 nights in the clean and lovely room. Chef and owner, Vincent cooked a fabulous 6 course dinner for us our first night. We started with champagne and 3 different appetizers then sat down to our first course of Coquille baked in shells with a lovely, light sauce. A light homemade sherbet then On to Blanquette de veau ( veal). Then the cheese course and dessert, a fabulous molten chocolate. Yum!
The bed and breakfast was located in a small village within easy driving distance of the WW 11 sites. Madame was charming and made us feel completely at home. Her breakfasts were ample and especially delicious due to her variety of homemade jams. The property is immaculately maintained and especially restful after a long day of sightseeing. Would highly recommend.
Haga de un Bed and Breakfast o de una casa rural en Caen (Francia) su hogar lejos de casa durante las vacaciones
Los viajeros que quieran tener unas divertidas vacaciones cerca de la costa deberían visitar la ciudad de Caen, en el norte de Francia. Esta zona está ubicada en el departamento de Calvados, en la región de Normandía, y ofrece a los turistas una gran variedad de cosas que hacer y ver. En Caen dispondrá de varios tipos de alojamiento, incluyendo B&Bs y casas rurales.
Cosas que hacer durante sus vacaciones en Caen, Francia
Caen está ubicada muy cerca de la costa, donde disfrutará de maravillosas playas en lugares como Ouistreham y Courseulles. Los lagos y ríos animan a los viajeros a practicar varios deportes acuáticos como la navegación, la pesca, el esquí acuático, el windsurf y la natación. Esta panorámica zona es también ideal para hacer excursionismo y ciclismo durante sus vacaciones. En Caen hay un campo de golf y algunas pistas de tenis públicas y puede encontrar varias más por todo Calvados. Otras actividades que se pueden realizar aquí incluyen montar a caballo, el ciclismo de montaña y el parapente. En Caen hay muchísimos bares, restaurantes y cafés sirviendo deliciosa cocina francesa. Además, si se aloja en un Bed and Breakfast o en una casa rural de Caen podrá comprar comida y bebida en varias tiendas de la ciudad.
Lugares para visitar durante sus vacaciones en Caen, Francia
En Caen se pueden visitar muchas atracciones que incluyen jardines botánicos históricos y varias iglesias y abadías. También hay un castillo construido por Guillermo I el Conquistador en el siglo XI y que actualmente alberga el Museo de Bellas Artes y el Museo de Normandía. Si quiere pasar un día divertido con su familia encontrará, en la cuidad de Capriquet justo a las afueras de Caen, un parque de atracciones llamado Parc Festyland. A una media hora en coche está Bayeux donde podremos encontrar el famoso tapiz del siglo XI y el Museo de la Batalla de Normandía. La ciudad de Falaise está a unos 40 minutos de Caen y alberga el castillo donde nació Guillermo I el Conquistador y un museo de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
El tiempo en Caen, Francia
Julio y agosto son los meses más calurosos del año en Normandía, con unas temperaturas medias de 21ºC. Enero y febrero son los meses más fríos, con unas temperaturas máximas que rondan los 9ºC y mínimas de 4ºC. Febrero además de ser uno de los meses más fríos es uno de los más secos, con precipitaciones medias de 49 mm. Diciembre es el mes con más precipitaciones, 84 mm.
Viajar a Caen, Francia
El Aeropuerto Paris - Orly (ORY) está a unos 250 km. de Caen y recibe vuelos de varios aeropuertos internacionales. Estos incluyen Atenas (ATH), Barcelona (BCN), Berlín-Tegel (TXL), Lisboa (LIS), London-City (LCY), London-Heathrow (LHW), Madrid (MAD), Rome-Fiumicino (FCO), Viena (VIE), Washington-Dulles (IAD) y Zúrich (ZRH), entre otros. En el aeropuerto encontrará las siguientes compañías para alquilar coches: Avis, Europcar, Hertz, National Citer, Peugeot Open Europe, Sixt and TT Car Transit. Los turistas provenientes del Reino Unido pueden coger un ferri desde Portsmouth a Ouistreham y conducir unos 30 minutos hasta Caen.