Le Brécy B&B Rouen Normandy
Bed and Breakfast in Rouen Upper Normandy, Le Brécy is an elegant manor located on the road of the Norman Abbeys. Between park and garden, you will stay in a spacious double bedroom of charm with pristine bathroom with sumptuous towels, allying the refinement of yesterday and the current comfort. For a longer stay an independent apartment for 2 pers. with spacious double bedroom shower/bathroom & sitting room with kitchenette is available.
An elegant family house, which reflects the French traditional good taste for holidays!
“Elsewhere but like at home”!
The generous breakfast is offered in the 18th century dining-room with lovely view on the garden. A truly splendid gourmet French breakfast with baguette and croissants. A beautiful charming guest house and a nice address in Normandy.
Possibility dinner on your arrival evening.
Located to the Northwest of Paris, the region of Normandy embraces Monet’s wonderful gardens at Giverny, the historic city of Rouen, and along the coast, the picturesque port of Honfleur, and the world-famous D-Day beaches and the Normandy coastline where on June 6, 1944 the Allies made their major offensive, reinforcing the turnaround in World War II.
Wonderful, bed and breakfasts in Upper Normandy. These lodging accommodations will create lasting memories of your trip to France. Visits from Le Brécy: Claude Monet's house and gardens, the Rouen Museum and old city, cathedral, the Norman abbeys: Jumièges, the Benedictine abbey was built during the 12th century on a site where many buildings dedicated to pagan and Christian cults formerly stood; With its Norman Romanesque style, the abbey's most striking aspects are the symmetry and luminosity of its architecture. The chapter house dating from the end of the 12th century, displays a remarkable collection of columnar statues and narrative capitals. Saint Georges de Boscherville, lovely Norman gardens.
||72 oute du Brécy
76840 Saint Martin de Boscherville/FRANCE/NORMANDIE
||33 (0)2 35 32 00 30
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This page was last updated: 23 January 2017