|Room name||Type||Sleeps||Bathroom||Prices from (per room per night)||Additional info|
|Omaha Room||Double Room||4||Private||€75|
|Pegasus Room||Family Room||4||Private||€70|
|Sword Room||Double Room||3||Private||€65|
|Utah Room||Twin Room||2||Private||€60|
Le Clos Castel is owned by the Ramsbottom family who are originally from Lancashire. We are ideally situated for you to explore the Normandy D-day beaches and museums as well as the beautiful areas of Normandy such as the historic cities of Caen and Bayeux. Not forgetting to make time to see the wonderful Bayeux tapestry. Or simply relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
We now offer caravan storage, please ask for details.
Breakfast is served in the guest dining room.
A guest lounge is available for guests to use until 11pm each evening. The lounge has Sky tv along with a dvd player and boardgames for guests to use.
We have 4 rooms, 2 family rooms that can sleep up to 4 people and a double en suite and the ability to offer 2 twin rooms.
Three of our rooms have private en suite facilities, the 4th room has a private bathroom.
The house is fully central heated with radiators in each room.
When you have finished visiting all the D-day beaches and the museums you can take time to discover the historic cities and towns of Normandy. Or relax and dine in one of the many restaurants tasting the delicacies from this area of France. Or simply relax in the guest lounge or garden. We also have a pool/gamesroom available for guests in the evening. A free wi-fi connection is available for all guests.
Guest are welcome to sit and relax in the garden to the front of the property.
We have ample parking at Le Clos Castel and can accommodate up to 6 vehicles. We can also offer secure indoor parking for motorcycles.
Le Clos Castel is suitable for guests who are visiting to take in the historic D-day landing sites and museums. We are ideally situated with good access to all sites. We are within easy reach of the historic cities of Bayeux and Caen. We have good access to the property and we are very easy to find.
We do operate a no smoking policy. Families are welcome. Well behaved pets welcome at no extra charge. Rooms available from 2pm. Departure requested by 11am.
My husband and I moved to Normandy to fulfil a lifetime dream. We renovated our beautiful house into B&B and opened our doors in March 2009. The following year opened our small campsite. We enjoy our lives in France and particularly meeting people from around the world. Come and visit us for a guaranteed warm British welcome.
|Year property purchased||2007|
|Why this location?||We chose this location because it is the heart of the D-Day landing beaches and it is a beautiful area that is steeped in history offering lots for our guests to discover.|
|Unique benefits of property||*English speaking
*Close to the D-Day landing beaches
Visit the historic city of Bayeux not forgetting a visit to the famous tapestry and cathedral
Have bundles of fun in the indoor/outdoor heated pools and slides.
The Canadian museum on the D-day beaches.
We are within 10 minutes of the Dead Man's Corner Museum. Visit the house which houses part of the largest collection of German and American paratroop memorabilia.
Places of recollection and remembrance for those who gave their lives in the Battle of Normandy.
Gold Beach Museum tells the story of the British invasion in this area, from the painstaking reconnaisance of the beaches to the storming of the beach by the British 50th Infantry Division on 6th June 1944.
Open all year round. The Abbey dominates the bay and boasts several marvels of medieval architecture.
If you love to explore local markets and produce. Our local area offers a market on practically each day of the week.
Le Relais des Forges 4km.
Located on Omaha beach itself, the 1200 m2 museum showcases a wonderful selection of uniforms, weapons, personal objects and vehicles.
Visit the museum and see the only full size replica of a HORSA Glider or have tea in the cafe Gondree the first house and cafe to be liberated by the British 6th Airborne division on 5th/6th June 1944.
Whatever your age or interest, Normandy boasts lots of activities to suit everyone.
The port of Utah beach was operational between 6th June 1944 and 1st November 1944. During that time 836,000 men, 220,00 vehicles and 725,00 tons of equipment and supplies came through the harbour.
An outstanding place to stay, in fact we have just booked to go back for our third time in three weeks time! Fabulous breakfast - sets you up for the whole day! Beautiful spotlessly clean rooms, everything you can possibly think of has been catered for. Lovely guest lounge with abundance of DVD's etc. so you can relax after a long day touring. Very knowledgeable, thoughtful, helpful, accommodation and friendly hosts. You truly could not ask for a better place to stay.
cannot think of a single one, everything surpasses all expectations!