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Rouen’s finest hostelry (now owned by the Marriott) serves up a sumptuous mix of early 16th-century architecture – Flamboyant Gothic, to be precise – and sleek, modern luxury. — Lonely Planet
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Villa Lara Hotel is a charming and intimate four-pearl boutique hotel with 28 rooms located in the historical center of Bayeux. — Oyster
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In the bustle of the central place Sainte-Catherine is this ivy-covered collection of 16th-century buildings that make up one of the region’s most appealing hotels — Frommer's
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The sheer charm of this 15th-century half-timbered inn makes up for the small size of the rooms. But they are cozy and comfortable, with half-timbered walls and exposed beams. — Frommer's
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Trouville’s first five-star hotel occupies a palatial wing of the very grand belle époque casino built in 1912 in a prime seafront location — Frommer's
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This manor house dating from the 13th to the 15th centuries is now a snug, immensely charming country hotel only a few miles south of the coast near Asnelles. — Frommer's
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L’Erguillère, is a lovely little hotel in a secluded seaside location in Normandy, with cosy, comfortable rooms, friendly owners, and a sandy beach a short walk away — The Telegraph
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Some of the rooms can be on the small side, but the handsome antique-style furnishings and modern bathrooms make up for it. So does the beautiful tree-shaded garden, where breakfast is served. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
A quintessential French seaside hotel, facing the boardwalk on Trouville’s beach. — The Telegraph
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A stay at the Hotel Royal Barriere is a treat in itself — Afar Magazine
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Set atop a small wooded hill 200 yards from the sea, this gorgeous...manor has a pretty green-and-white facade in the Anglo-Norman style, plus accommodations that promise sweeping views. — Fodor's
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La Petite Folie is undeniably special. — Oyster
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This marvellous little hideaway has just nine rooms and three suites, which ensures intimacy. — Lonely Planet
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This peaceful country-house hotel —which surveys splendid lawns surrounded by magnificent trees — stands minutes from the sea, near Normandy’s legendary D-Day Landing Beaches. — The Telegraph
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Hiding behind a 17th-century half-timbered facade, this atmospheric hotel has 27 rooms with old-time French decor and modern bathrooms; most overlook a quiet, plant-filled courtyard. — Lonely Planet
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No single hotel epitomizes the epic grandeur of Deauville like the Royal Barrière. — Frommer's
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Two Norman-style villas make up this immensely charming three-star hotel just west of the Hippodrome de Deauville–La Touques — Frommer's
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The 34-room La Ferme Saint Siméon is a high-end, luxury hotel housed in three charming period buildings in lovely gardens overlooking the sea and an industrial area across the estuary. — Oyster
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The 30-room Hotel l'Ecrin is set in an 18th-century manor house in the center of the pretty, medieval town of Honfleur. — Oyster
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The spacious lobby is classic 1950s, with leather couches and lovely sea panoramas. — Lonely Planet
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