13 rue Saint-Michel
13 rue Saint-Michel
This B&B accommodation is now open in an elegant and fully renovated granite house dating back to the 18th century. Your hosts will give you a warm welcome in a pleasant environment. The hostess who spent many years in England and Australia speaks fluent English.
Description of Chambres D'Hotes:The Bed and breakfast has three charming and refined bedrooms with a touch of personal decoration.
Recently renovated, the rooms have "queen size" beds which could be separated, an en-suite bathroom with either a bath or a shower. The windows have double-glazing.
Attractions:Normandy consists of hundreds of kilometres of coast with an incredible diversity of landscapes : wild coast, high cliffs, sandy beaches, rocky coast, dunes, picturesque villages, ... If you are interested in history, Normandy is the place to visit. A number of historical sites are worth visiting. Among them is the Bayeux Tapestry, an amazing piece of tapestry which recounts the conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066. For those interested in World War II, Normandy is where the Allied Forces landed on the D-Day Beaches. You can also visit the village of Sainte-Mère-Eglise, the first village to be liberated. The city of Caen is also worth a “detour” with its famous World War II memorial. Normandy is very rich in history and you will be delighted to discover all these places of historical significance. This region is also renowed for its gastronomy which include cider, calvados, cheese, cream, ... Another reason to visit is the number of cultural events which take place each year : they include the “Granville Carnival”, “Jazz sous les pommiers” a jazz festival in Coutance, 25 kms from Granville, and the street artists’ festival in July in Granville, ... Walking track at 0,1 km Beach at 0,1 km Library at 0,2 km Cinéma at 0,5 km Casino at 0,5 km Shops 0,5 km Restaurants at 0,5 km Golf courses at 5 km Tennis courts at 3 km Swimming pool at 3 km Parachutist centre at 7 km Mont Saint-Michel à: 45 km
DirectionsBy train from Paris : 4 direct trains per day from Paris Montparnasse station
By car from Paris : take the motorway A13 direction Rouen and Caen, then A 84 Rennes direction, left Granville
Follow the direction of the ports and historic sites of the old town
Two possible accesses : by the street "rue des Juifs" and the headlight.
You can park at the nearby "l'Eglise Notre-Dame".