Les Villas d’Arromanches
What We Love
- A charming and bright stay near the sea in Arromanches-les-Bains, with a cider tastingStaying within easy reach of the famous D-Day landing beaches
- Settling down with a welcome glass of cider, plus a cider farm visit and tasting
- The stylish lounge bar – a contemporary and calming vision in dove grey, cream and red
What To Know
- The hotel is spread across two historic manor houses that are set on manicured grounds
- It's a short stroll to the beach
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Drink in dramatic World War Two history and delicious local cider with a stay at Les Villas d’Arromanches, just minutes away from the sea and the famous D-Day landing beaches on Normandy’s coast. Today the hotel’s peaceful setting, surrounded by well-kept gardens, belies the dramatic scenes of yesteryear.
Comprising two historic manor houses – one a grand stone affair, the other half-timbered – interiors have been beautifully and sensitively restored in chic contemporary fashion. The centrepiece is the stylish lounge bar – a vision in dove grey and cream hues, with polished wooden floorboards and cheery red cushions and stools. This signature colour theme continues to the guest rooms, which are styled with elegant accessories and prints.
After a restful night’s sleep and typically tasty breakfast, it’s just a short stroll down the famous Utah, Juno, Gold and Omaha beaches – settings for the world-changing D-Day landings over 70 years ago. Discover the famous Bayeux tapestry at the Musée de la Tapisserie in Bayeux, stroll along Caen’s cobblestone streets and marvel up at its abbey, or take a longer drive to the legendary Mont Saint-Michel for a day trip worth remembering. If sampling some of the local tipple is more your thing, this part of the world is equally famous for cider and Calvados production, with many farms in the vicinity open for tours and tastings.
Good to know
Secure complimentary parking is available on site for hotel guests.
Please note that a city tax of €1.50 per person, per night, is payable directly to the hotel.
How to Get There
Loved this hotel -- staff welcoming and informative . Stayed here for our visit to Arromanches, Gold Beach , D.Day British landing beach. A beautiful walk down into Arromanches and the beach and museum. Our room was modern and comfortable looking out over the beautiful gardens. Would definitely recommend this hotel for visiting Bayeaux , the Cathedral and British Cemetery. The hotel itself has a history of it's own.
A very nice, low key, quiet hotel. Clean rooms and located right in the heart of Arromanches. Nice European style breakfast presented each day. Had first floor room that emptied out onto a nice patio area where you could sit and enjoy a cafe or drink from their bar. Downside is that they do not have a restaurant, for dinner, but many good ones are located a short walk down the road in the middle of town.
The hotel is in a great location. A short walk to the beach and views of what is left of the Mulberry Harbor. A short drive to Bayeau and local sites. Very clean rooms with modern bathrooms, recently renovated and done very well