ferme-manoir de Cacharat

rue de Cacharat , Secqueville en Bessin, France, 14740 France (Show map)


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Valerie has set up two very spacious guest rooms, mixing modern comfort and the charm of period elements, rooms labeled 4 épis Gîte de France, in a fortified farmhouse from the 17th century completely renovated. Enjoy the beauty, peace and quietness, the fireplace in the big living room with tea and homemade cookies, the deck chairs in the garden on sunny days. You will start with a sumptuous breakfast made of fresh products and homemade cakes , you will visit the old cities of Bayeux, Caen and the D-Day beaches or you will go hiking around the village, you will end the day with a "Assiette Gourmande", typical products from normandy like cheese and terrine with a bottle of cider of course! To check the availabilities, click on the inn's website

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Innkeepers: gallouin



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  • Guest room4.7
  • Service5
  • Value4.7
  • Cleanliness5
  • Onsite Dining4.7

Lovely rooms and area and fantastic hospitallity

4.8 on August 01, 2016

We - a Danish family of four - spend three nights at ferme-manoir de Cacharat. And we all enjoyed it very much. The rooms are large, lovely decorated and of course clean. The breakfast served every morning is delicious. The kids loved the barn where you can play ie tabletennis and badminton ¿¿. We were met with great hospitallity by the owner of the place. ¿¿¿¿¿¿We would love to come back and send our full recomendstions and thanks for a wonderfull stay.¿¿

Loved this place! Wish we could have stayed longer.

5 on February 05, 2016

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!


5 on August 12, 2015

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

B&B at its best.

4.6 on June 07, 2015

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.

Great memories!!

5 on May 25, 2015

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!

Wonderful place to stay.

5 on May 15, 2015

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.

Wonderful find

4.4 on November 18, 2014

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.

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Rooms & Rates

the blue room

The blue room, very spacious, is composed of two beds 90 x 190 may be either combined or separate, a large bathroom with shower and separate WC. A window opens on the garden and the two other ones on the big square yard at the front.It is possible to add a bed for a child or a cot.

  • Maximum Capacity: 3
  • Bathroom Private Bath
  • Beds 2 Twin

Nightly Rate: EUR 0 - EUR 95

the linen room

The linen room consists of a double bed, a sitting area with two armchairs, a large bathroom with shower and toilet. Two windows overlook the garden. It is possible to add a cot.

  • Maximum Capacity: 2
  • Bathroom Private Bath
  • Beds 1 Double

Nightly Rate: EUR 0 - EUR 95

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Location Type

Countryside, Village


Paris, France (CDG-Charles de Gaulle) 155 miles

Directions to property:

From Caen, take the 4 paths to Cherbourg for 10kms. take the exit "Secqueville en Bessin" and head towards the village. In the village, at the stop sign, turn left the direction of "Cully" for 1, 5kms. We are the last farm on the left before leaving the village.

Area Attractions

Beach, Historical interests, Museum

Inn Details

Establishment type

Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Homestay

On-site amenities

Board games, Fireplace, Library, Wi-Fi , Kettle in the living room

Room amenities

Hairdryer, Private entrance, Turndown Service

On-site activities

Bicycles, Hiking trails, Badminton, Table Tennis

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  • Check In:: 4 pm - 8 pm
  • Check Out:: 12 h
  • Open All Year Round: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Drinking Allowed: Yes
  • Alcohol Provided No
  • Suitable For Children: Yes
  • Childcare Provided: No
  • Guest Pets Allowed: No
  • Disabled Access No

Terms and Conditions

  • Accepted payments Personal checks, Cash




Languages spoken

English, French

Resident Pets

Dogs , horses

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  • Serving Location: Living room