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Find cottages in Normandy

Normandy is famous for its rich cultural heritage, lush meadow countryside and beaches; a gentle and tranquil place that’s within easy reach of the British Isles and perfect for a relaxing holiday for both couples and families alike. We have a comprehensive collection of gites in Normandy.

Situated in North West France it’s a great favourite with British holidaymakers year-round and the history of Normandy is inextricably linked with that of England through the Norman Conquest.

Since William the Conqueror conquered England in 1066, the Dukes of Normandy were often also Kings of England until the early 13th century. Many medieval landmarks can be found here and visitors will enjoy visiting some of the abbeys, churches, castles and palaces for which the region is renowned.

In more recent history, of course, the famous Allied D Day Invasion took place on the beaches of Normandy. Today visitors can explore the five beaches where more than 130,000 Allied Soldiers landed. The region is also home to many interesting museums and memorials to this period of World War Two and visitors can view old tanks, defences and army bunkers that played a part in the conflict.

As well as a fascinating history, Normandy''s wide beaches and 350 mile coastline make an ideal playground for families, with quiet meandering country lanes and rural farmland further inland to explore. There are picturesque villages to visit as well as famous sites such as Bayeux with its famous tapestry and Monet''s home at Giverny where he was inspired to paint the famous water lilies as well as other views of his beautiful garden. The cathedrals of Coutances, Caen and Rouen and the wonderful abbey of Mont St Michel are also well worth visiting.

Normandy is famous for dairy farming and produces excellent butter, cream and milk as well as superb cheeses such as Pont l''Eveque, Livarot and Camembert. There are many excellent restaurants, and visitors can enjoy local dishes and haute cuisine in towns and small villages all over the region. Apples are another delicacy for which Normandy is well known.

Lovers of the countryside will enjoy visiting Normandy''s four Natural Parks. Here you will find wildlife in beautifully cared for natural environments and plenty of space for family activities. There are lovely views of valleys, forests and the scenery that goes to make up Normandy''s countryside.

For a taste of North West France and a wonderfully relaxing break, search for holiday cottages in Normandy today.

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  • Cidre Barn

    Pont-Hébert, nr. Saint-Lô, Manche

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    Ref: F50233

    Cidre Barn has been lovingly renovated to provide comfortable holiday accommodation for two in a quiet corner of the Normandy countryside. Situated close to the historic town of Saint-Lô, Cidre Barn adjoins the owners’ property and is an ideal location from which to explore Manche and its neighbouring regions. Saint-Lô’s imposing ramparts take centre stage in a town made famous by its strategic role during the Second World War. Also nearby is the hilltop town of Coutances, well-known for its cathedral and formal gardens. Coastal resorts are also within easy driving distance whilst, a little further afield, lies Normandy’s most famous landmark, the monastic isle of Le Mont Saint Michel.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room with beams, corner kitchen. Open-tread spiral stairs to first floor: Kingsize bedroom with double sofa bed, beams, sloping ceiling, double shower cubicle/WC

    • Garden with steps
    • Terrace
    • Shared wooded grounds with lake
    • Oil heating
    • Wood-burning stove
    • W/machine
    • Combi m/wave/oven
    • Satellite TV
    • DVD
    • CD
    • Wi-fi
    • Cot
    • H/chair
    • Parking
    • Garden furniture
    • Barbecue
    • No smoking.

    Location: 1.5km Pont-Hébert (supermarket, bar), 9km from Saint-Lô (all amenities), 35km NE of Coutances (cathedral, botanical gardens), 42km From Saint-Germain-sur-Ay (beaches).

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  • Saint-Jean-le-Thomas

    Saint-Jean-le-Thomas

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    Ref: FNM611

    Located in the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel in the heart of the city of Saint-Jean-le-Thomas, this holiday property, situated on the first floor of the owner’s house, is the ideal touring base. Situated between Brittany and Normandy, this apartment offers a very unique environment with its large garden where you can relax and wander at your leisure between roses and fruit trees. The beach is just at the end of the street (700m away), where you can view Mont-Saint-Michel. Take the opportunity to cross the bay on foot (accompanied by a guide of course) - this experience will remain forever etched in your memories of your holiday in Normandy. Close by, visit Granville and its beaches (15km) or embark towards Jersey and Guernsey for a day trip. Restaurant 500m, beach 700m.

    All on first floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, satellite TV, DVD player, wi-fi, washing machine, microwave, shared lawned garden, shared terrace, shared garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. One pet welcome. No smoking please.

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  • Les Henardiers

    Ste. Cécile, Manche

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    Ref: F50134

    In a secluded hillside setting by a small hamlet, not far from the coast, this detached cottage is an ideal setting for a relaxing holiday. The cosy rustic interior retains many traditional features, including beamed ceilings, and the living room features a large open fireplace with wood burning stove. Outside, the south-facing terrace boasts fine views across the valley. The nearby town of Villedieu-les-Poêles has a bell-making and copperware industry stretching back 900 years, and copper pots and ornaments gleam from almost every shop window in its picturesque streets. The coast and fishing port of Granville are only half an hour’s drive away, and the spectacular Mont St. Michel is also within easy reach.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room with wood-burning stove. Kitchen with access through to bathroom/WC. Double bedroom

    • Garden area
    • Orchard
    • Electric convector heaters
    • Wood-burning stove
    • M/wave
    • TV (for DVD use only)
    • DVD (small library)
    • Video
    • CD/stereo
    • Cot
    • Parking
    • Terrace
    • Garden furniture
    • Barbecue.

    Location: 2km S of Ste. Cécile (shop, bar), 4km S of Villedieu-les-Poêles (all facilities), 20km NE of Avranches (town, Mont St. Michel Bay), 25km E of Granville (beach).

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  • Maison du Gardien

    Mestry, nr. Bayeux, Calvados

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    Ref: F14124

    Set at the forefront of the grounds of a beautiful Art Nouveau priory, the Maison du Gardien provides spacious accommodation for two in a relaxing setting. The cottage is well furnished with a large dining table and comfortable seating by the ornamental fireplace. From the patio at the doorstep, you have a fine view of the priory’s beautifully maintained gardens, including the ornamental pond and dovecote. This holiday cottage is an excellent base from which to explore the delights of Normandy, and is just 20 minutes from the historic D-day landing beaches.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room with well equipped corner kitchen and French doors to patio. Shower room/WC. First floor: Double bedroom

    • Shared 1-acre grounds
    • Shared enclosed lawned garden
    • Terrace
    • Electric heaters
    • W/machine
    • T/dryer
    • M/wave
    • CD
    • Parking
    • Garden furniture
    • Barbecue
    • No smoking
    • NB: Unfenced pond 50m from property.

    Location: 8km from Isigny-sur-Mer (all amenities, restaurants), 15km W of Grandcamp Maisy (beach), 18km W of Bayeux (tapestry, museums, cathedral), 45km W of Caen (ferry port, city, chateaux, shops).

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  • Ectot-l’Auber, nr. Rouen

    Ectot-l’Auber, nr. Rouen

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    Ref: W11622

    This semi-detached house set in a vast garden is ideal for a couple to rest after discovering the Norman country around. Only 16.75 miles (27km) from the coast with Veules-les-Roses, a delightful little seaside resort hidden between high wooded cliffs, and near St. Valéry-en-Caux a little harbour with a casino. Dieppe 25 miles (40km) is an interesting historic town popular with British tourists for two centuries. Rouen is only 18.5 miles (30km) with its wonderful gothic cathedral and its superbly restored city, which you must explore on foot. Shop, café/bar and restaurant 1.25 miles (2km), beach 16.75 miles (27km).

    Ground floor: Lounge/diner, kitchen, utility room, shower room with basin, separate toilet. First floor: 1 double bedroom with en-suite toilet.

    Electric heating, colour TV, radio, wi-fi, washing machine, freezer, lawned garden, patio, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. Sorry, no pets. No children under 6. NB: This property is not suitable for children due to the deep pond in the garden.

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  • Anneville-sur-Mer

    Anneville-sur-Mer

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    Ref: FNM100

    This former windmill has been tastefully renovated to provide a unique holiday base that guests will love. It has been decorated in the traditional style of the local buildings and will delight those who are looking for something a bit different. It is sitaued in the town of Anneville-sur-Mer, just 1.5km from the sandy beach. Ideally located for those wanting to explore the local area and visit the many attractions close by including Coutances (12km) the beautiful gardens of Argences (16km), the Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin national park (29km), Granville (31km) and children will love the animal at the Parc zoologique de Champrepus 37km away. Shop and restaurant 5km.

    Ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner. First floor: Shower room with toilet and basin. Second floor: 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, CD player, microwave, garden, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. One pet welcome. NB: Steep, narrow, open-sided, open-tread spiral stairs with rope handrail to first and second floors.

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  • St. Siméon, nr. Domfront

    St. Siméon, nr. Domfront

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    Ref: W12672

    These semi-detached, stone holiday cottages have been completely renovated to provide ideal holiday accommodation in this lovely part of Normandy. The properties are adjacent to the owner’s working farm, breeding alpacas and have milking goats and pony trap rides available. The cottages provide views over the garden and surrounding fields. La Richardière is a tranquil hamlet, a stroll away from the sleepy Normandy village of St Siméon, ideal for walking or cycling. Historical Domfront with its medieval area is 20km, whilst Mayenne with its castle and good shopping is only 25km. Historical Fougères with the largest medieval castle in Europe is 35km, and the famous Mont St. Michel is 70km. Golf, horse riding and tennis nearby, water sports 30km. Fly via Rennes or Dinard. Shop, café/bar and restaurant 2km.These semi-detached, stone holiday cottages have been completely renovated to provide ideal holiday accommodation in this lovely part of Normandy. The properties are adjacent to the owner’s working farm, breeding alpacas and have milking goats and pony trap rides available. The cottages provide views over the garden and surrounding fields in which there are donkeys, alpacas, goats, sheep and chickens.

    La Richardière is a tranquil hamlet, a stroll away from the sleepy Normandy village of St Siméon, ideal for walking or cycling.

    Historical Domfront with its medieval area is 20km, whilst Mayenne with its castle and good shopping is only 25km. Historical Fougères with the largest medieval castle in Europe is 35km, and the famous Mont St. Michel is 70km. Golf, horse riding and tennis nearby, water sports 30km. Fly via Rennes or Dinard.

    Shop, café/bar and restaurant 5km.

    Ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner. First floor: Shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom.

    Electric heating, cot, highchair, colour satellite TV, video, DVD player, CD player, wi-fi, washing machine, microwave, shared enclosed lawned garden, private patio, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 2 cars. Sorry, no pets. NB: Open-tread stairs to first floor.

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  • Maison de Lilli

    Barenton, Manche

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    Ref: F50200

    These delightful holiday cottages situated close to the town of Barenton have been renovated to excellent standards by the friendly English owners. Both offer guests tranquil accommodation amidst peaceful countryside surroundings. Maison de Lilli (F50200) peeks out from behind a hedge hiding its traditional Colombage exterior from passers-by. Inside, thoughtful detailing has guarded the spirit of the original property whilst providing a cosy yet spacious interior for guests. Although smaller than its sister property, Maison de Grâce (F50216) takes full advantage of its more compact dimensions by offering a comfortable and charmingly appointed open-plan living area and includes an elegant four-poster bed. Both cottages boast private garden areas with views over the surrounding countryside. The pretty hillside town of Mortain is within easy driving distance and is well known for its historic abbey and cascading waterfalls. A little further afield lies the ancient town of Domfront whose half-timbered houses and narrow streets remind visitors of its 11th century origins. Avranches, a strategic location during World War II, is only 50km.

    Ground floor: Living room with woodburner/dining room with beams and steps down to kitchen with French window to patio. Bathroom/WC with over-bath shower. Open tread stairs to first floor: Double bedroom with wooden floor and beams

    • Enclosed private garden
    • Patio
    • Central heating
    • Wood-burning stove.

    Location: 3.5km of Barenton (all facilities), 18km NE of St. Hilaire-du-Harcouët (market town), 15km NE of Domfront (château, old town), 50km of Avranches, 65km E of Mont St. Michel (Benedictine island monastery).

    Both properties: M/wave

    • Satellite TV
    • DVD
    • Cot
    • Parking
    • Garden furniture
    • Barbecue
    • No smoking.

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  • Breux-sur-Avre, nr. Dreux

    Breux-sur-Avre, nr. Dreux

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    Ref: W12147

    This detached cottage has an open fire in the lounge and a garden with patio area overlooking the ornamental pond. From the property you can enjoy the Normandy countryside, which is all around, by walking or cycling and this is also an ideal place for relaxing. It is located just 2.5 miles (4km) from a small town with all facilities along the Aure River valley. Historic Verneuil-sur-Avre is 6.25 miles (10km) away with its medieval part and the two large forests of Breteuil and Senonches are 7 miles (12km). Shop and café/bar 4km, restaurant 300m.

    Ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom on mezzanine.

    Electric heating, open fire in lounge, colour TV, video, radio, wi-fi, microwave, shared enclosed lawned garden, patio, garden furniture, barbecue, off road parking for 1 car. One pet welcome.

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  • Fontenay-le-Pesnel, nr. Caen

    Fontenay-le-Pesnel, nr. Caen

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    Ref: W11944

    This delightful detached house has the living/dining room, which opens onto a balcony, on the first floor giving it great views of the garden which leads down to the river, and also boasts exposed stone walls in the bedroom. The property is located in a village just outside the centre of Caen. It is a good place to relax or enjoy walking and cycling. It makes a good touring base with historic Caen, with museums, great shopping, horse racing and William the Conqueror’s castle and abbey, and the Peace Museum being only 6.25 miles (10km) away. Bayeux with its famous tapestry and medieval part with cathedral is 10 miles (16km) and the landing beaches are also within driving distance. Shop and café/bar 550 yards (500m), restaurant 15km, beach 15.5 miles (25km).

    Ground floor: Shower room with basin, separate toilet, 1 double bedroom. First floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner.

    Electric heating, colour satellite TV, video, radio, washing machine, microwave, lawned garden, garden furniture, barbecue, parking for 1 car. Sorry, no pets. NB: Steep stairs to first floor.

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  • Barneville-Carteret

    Barneville-Carteret

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    Ref: FNM408

    Set within a château, a magnificent property with direct access to the beach of Barneville, this beautiful holiday studio overlooks the sea, Cape Carteret and the Channel Islands (to go to the islands, take the boat in Carteret). On the beach, you can go fishing, yachting, sailing, surfing or horse riding. There are many attractions worth visiting in the Cotentin Peninsula, including the famous Mont St Michel, the Normandy landing beaches or the Hague. Do not forget to take a nice walk on the old coastal path. Cherbourg, 38km, is situated on the Contentin Peninsula and has a ferry port, race track, basilica, theatre and the Cité de la Mer, a large maritime museum. For golf enthusiasts, a golf course can be found 5km from the property. Shop 3km, restaurant 50m, beach 30m.

    All on second floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner, bathroom with basin (no toilet), separate toilet, double sofa bed in lounge.

    Electric heating, colour TV (French channels only), microwave, on street parking. Sorry, no pets. No smoking please. NB: Steps to entrance.

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  • Barenton

    Barenton

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    Ref: W14251

    Situated in the centre of the quiet country town of Barenton, this charming, renovated, semi-detached holiday cottage is ideally located to explore this beautiful and historic region. Despite retaining many of its original features, Le Petit Maison de l’Eglise also offers modern comforts. The hillside town of Mortain, known for its historic abbey and cascading waterfalls, is only a short drive away, as is the ancient town of Domfront where cobbled streets lined with half-timbered houses are a reminder of the town’s 11th century origins. Avranches is only 35km away, whilst Normandy’s most famous landmark, Le Mont Saint Michel, makes an ideal day trip. Shop, café/bar and restaurant 100m.

    Ground floor: Lounge/kitchen/diner. First floor: Shower room with toilet and basin, 1 double bedroom plus single bed.

    Electric heating, woodburner in lounge, cot, colour satellite TV, DVD player, microwave, private enclosed garden, garden furniture, barbecue, on street parking. Sorry, no pets. NB: 6 steps to entrance.

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