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In a dreamy spot by the watermills of the Aure River is what is probably the best hotel in Bayeux — Frommer's
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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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Set in a grand 16th-century mansion facing the Église Ste-Catherine, this highly regarded boutique hotel has attractively designed rooms and friendly service. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Situated within the walls of the Mont Saint-Michel, and is one of but a handful of hotels offering the possibility to stay in the monument town after the tourist crowds have departed for the night. — Oyster
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3 reviews
Revamped Belle Epoque beauty on the Normandy coast with a destination spa and a glam restaurant overlooking the sea. — Jetsetter
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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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2 reviews
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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3 reviews
Occupying an elegant 18th-century mansion that's topped by an impressive mansard roof and surrounded by cheerful gardens, this is a true oasis of peace—although located only a few miles inland from World War II sites like Omaha Beach, it feels light-years away — Fodor's
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3 reviews
With a fresh and breezy seafront perspective and lovely, bright accommodation, Le Flaubert is a peach — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Hôtel Le Normandy does Normandy style with aplomb boasting exuberant half-timbering and turrets, and a prime seafront position in the chic seaside resort of Deauville — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
An 18th-century Normandy manor house backing into forest just outside Honfleur with lawns flowing down to the beach and sweeping views of the Seine estuary — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
Each room has a different design, with original artwork, and the best are filled with vintage furnishings and overlook the pretty garden. — Lonely Planet
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Occupying a stately 18th-century residence with a lush little garden, this graceful hotel has 28 comfortable rooms with exposed beams, thick walls and Louis XVI–style furniture. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
This marvellous little hideaway has just nine rooms and three suites, which ensures intimacy. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
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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The Royal Barriere is a 259-room, upscale palatial hotel located in an enviable location one block from Deauville's sandy beach — Oyster
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2 reviews
The spacious lobby is classic 1950s, with leather couches and lovely sea panoramas. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
A short walk from Monet’s museum and gardens, this family-run hotel is in a former manor house — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Trouville’s best hotel is tucked away on a quiet street up from the busy port area. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
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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