Bayeux is a city a must for those wishing to visit the mythical Norman area which held the Allied landings in France, since it was the first town that was liberated from the Nazis after many bloody battles. You can find a lot of information in this city. However it is also a place that few know about, which can be very convenient. This is a convent where we can spend the night and offers a very different picture from the usual tourist lodge. This is the convent of Bayeux. Access is easy and the same tourist office can help us if we ask. The highlight is the treatment and hospitality of the sisters in charge of the historic enclave, which enjoy the tranquility befitting a religious monastery. Most often, if we aposentamos in one of the rooms we find a mostly empty hostel that offers surprising. Sisters addition to your camping ye shall loose on the inside of the building, its gardens and orchards and even usually provide some keys to enter and get out when we please. If you visit the area, clearly I recommend you to rest within the walls of an amazing place.
The Le Tardif, Noble Guesthouse can be found in beeautiful Bayeux, France. In fact, this hotel is the largest property in Bayeux. It was built from 1715 to 1850 as a castle with a central courtyard. It was one of the buildings and properties of botanical Versailles, the then Minister of Napoleon's Army. However, after a couple of generations Voidie family is pleased to open this property to tourists from all the world. Very close to the city center, near Bayeux station, the Bayeux Tapestry and the Cathedral. It has private parking available on request (free), park, terrace, lounge, wireless Internet.