Normandy B&B in a beautifully restored farmhouse in the heart of the countryside, yet close to D-Day Beaches, Bayeux and Mont St. Michel. The six rooms are very spacious, furnished and decorated to a high standard, have private baths and are full of character and charm. They include 4 lovely doubles and two charming family suites. The guest rooms are in a building which is independent of the owners' house, ensuring complete privacy. There is on-site horse and pony riding available. US/UK owners. La Beauconniere is perfectly placed to enable our guests to have one home base from which to visit all that this lovely region of France has to offer. This Normandy Bed and Breakfast is ideal for guests wishing to visit all of the D-Day Landing Beaches, the U.S. Cemetery at Omaha Beach, Sainte Mere Eglise, Pointe de Hoc, Arromanches, Juno Beach, the Canadian Cemetery at Beny sur Mer, Pegasus Bridge, Bayeux with its Tapestry, Cathedral, Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum and British Cemetery, as well as Le Mont St. Michel and Saint Malo. This Normandy Bed and Breakfast is also ideal for couples, groups or extended families traveling together. Guests are invited to use the breakfast service kitchen and the dining room for the preparation of light evening meals (there is no stove). There is a fridge, a microwave, plenty of cutlery and plates, and assorted glassware. Oh, and most importantly, a corkscrew.
5 on June 23, 2013
We would highly recommend this B & B, even though its actual character seemed a bit different than the images we found on the internet. Dean and Susan, and their children, are extremely welcoming hosts. Dean has encyclopedic knowledge of the area and its attractions. He provided us with excellent tips for spending our four days in Normandy. Notwithstanding the rural setting, good dinning and reasonable shopping are close at hand. So are all the key sites in Normandy. The setting is quite rural, so those seeking a quiet home base in the Norman countryside will love it. We were happy to find that the B & B was not fancy or pretentious, as some of the internet pictures might imply. It is surrounded by working farms and the guest rooms, which are modern and well-decorated, are in an older stone farm structure. The rooms are very large. Our rooms were located on the second floor and very private. The dining area downstairs is open for use for evening meals; we often bought local fruit, wine, cheese, and bread and had picnicked downstairs for dinner. Susan’s excellent breakfasts—including fresh local pastries and sometimes eggs for the family’s chickens—are served here. A very nice experience.
4.8 on April 06, 2013
We had 2 rooms for 2 nights at La Beauconniere. My husband, 10 month old son, mother and I spent a few days/nights in Paris and were finishing off our trip with a short stay in the Normandy region. If I could do this trip again, I would reverse that decision and spend the majority of our time in Normandy... that statement is greatly influenced by the hospitality and wonderful atmosphere at La Beauconniere! The buildings on the property are so very charming and our rooms were clean, spacious, and very well-presented. I had mentioned that we would be traveling with our little one, and Susan had set up a sweet little Paddington Bear travel crib for him. Dean is incredibly outgoing and happy to give day trip advice, make restaurant reservations/recommendations, or just have a nice chat in the garden. Dean & Susan made a point of introducing us to the other guests and that added to the relaxed, familial atmosphere. Having a tasty breakfast and lively conversation with Dean and the other guests was a wonderful way to start each day. We typically stay in B&Bs in the UK that serve the typical "Full English", and Susan's tasty breakfasts were a delightful change of pace. Our fondest memories from our Paris-Normandy trip are really and truly those made relaxing and playing outside in the sunny garden. The only thing you will regret about staying at La Beauconniere is that you didn't stay there longer!!
5 on May 24, 2012
My husband and I, with our daughter and her friend, stayed for 2 nights at La Beauconniere. It was wonderful. The entire family greeted us upon our arrival. The rooms are very spacious, comfortable, clean and lovely. Dean is an affable host -- very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and his recommendations were perfect. Susan is an excellent cook and the breakfasts were a thankful respite from the usual croissants you'll get everywhere else. The setting is in a bucolic area of Normandy. If you get the chance to visit this area, I highly recommend La Beauconniere as the most lovely place to stay! Mary and Bradley S, USA
4.8 on August 06, 2011
Dean and Susan are wonderful hosts. Dean's hospitality and Susan's cooking made every morning a treat. The beds were very comfortable and the rooms were spacious and well-lit. Dean had great suggestions for touring in the area and our children enjoyed the grounds and available activities. We would definitely stay here again and will recommend it to all of our friends.
5 on July 09, 2011
This B&B is first rate and worth every penny. Close to sights, friendly hosts and more of a hotel feel than a B&B feel. The rooms are beautiful and the breakfast is great. We went as a family and we wish we could have stayed longer than we did.
5 on April 21, 2011
La Beauconniere is an exceptional B & B in the heart of the Normandy area. Dean, Susan and their adorable children were a delight to be with. Wonderful rooms and great breakfasts! So much to see and do in this area we did not have enough time! That means that we will be back.
90 EUR Per night. Large upstairs double room of approximately 30 square meters with sitting area, north and south facing windows and en-suite bathroom with shower. The room looks out onto the garden and the fields. Price is based upon two persons sharing. Can accommodate an extra bed at 25€.
Nightly Rate: EUR 90 - EUR 90
90 EUR per night. Spacious and bright upstairs double room with north and south facing windows looking out onto the garden and the horse fields. The room has a sitting area and en-suite bathroom with shower.
Nightly Rate: EUR 90 - EUR 90
90 Eur per night. Spacious and bright garden level double room of approximately 32 square meters with north and south facing windows overlooking the gardens. The room has a sitting area and an en-suite bathroom with bath tub and shower. Price is based upon two persons sharing. This room can accommodate an extra bed at 25€.
Nightly Rate: EUR 90 - EUR 90
90 EUR per night. Large bright and sunny garden level double room with two large sets of windows overlooking the horse fields. The room has a sitting area and an en-suite bathroom with bath tub and shower.
Nightly Rate: EUR 90 - EUR 90
100 EUR per night. Large upstairs superior double room of approximately 42 square meters with dressing room, bathroom and private balcony. The room has a sitting area and north and south facing windows overlooking the gardens and the fields. The bathroom has a shower. Price quoted is based upon two persons sharing. This room is a suite and contains a small room off the main bedroom containing a set of bunk-beds, and can be used as an additional family suite.
Nightly Rate: EUR 100 - EUR 100
105 EUR per night. Large garden level family suite of approximately 38 square meters. The room has north and south facing windows overlooking the gardens. The suite has a sitting area and an en-suite bathroom with bath tub and shower. Price is based upon two persons sharing. Add 25 EUR per additional person per night.
Nightly Rate: EUR 105 - EUR 105
Countryside, Rural, Secluded
Paris, France (CDG-Charles de Gaulle) 191 miles
Lamberville is just off the D 34, which runs between St. Amand and Cerisy La Foret. Just 10 mins from the A84. At Caen, take the Periferique SUD, exit on to A 84 highway, exit at Torigni-sur-Vire (Exit 42). For GPS, enter La Beauconniere 50160 LAMBERILLE.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, D-Day beaches, Mont St. Michel, Bayeux Tapestry, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Ruins, Zoo
Historic Inn, Farm
Board games, CD player, Fireplace, Library, Parking, Radio , Service kitchen available for light evening meals.
Fridge, Hairdryer, Microwave, Private entrance, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Dean, Susan, George, Elizabeth and Oliver Harvey
Cats , Dogs , 5 horses, 4 ponies, 6 hens
We are an outgoing, enthusiastic bunch who tend to view the world from the perspective of one whose glass is half full, rather than half empty. We pride ourselves on the genuine warmth of the welcome we extend to our guests, and sincerely love what we do. It is our aim to help make your visit to Normandy an unforgettable experience, and we'll do all we can to ensure that it happens. Our interests are golf, horse riding, walking, telling stories and meeting new people.
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