07 July 2017 by Laura Habgood
This month’s featured property is Le Rupestrien, a fully renovated 2 bedroom stone cottage sleeping 4 people and set in the beautiful, rolling countryside of Suisse Normande.
The cottage is…
Beaches, Camembert, Canoeing, Chateau de Carrouges, Chateau de Falaise, Chateau de Flers, Chateau de Vendeuvre, Cider, Coastline, Cottage, Disabled guests, Disabled-friendly facilities, Disabled-friendly holiday home, Disabled-friendly holidays, Fishing, Hiking, Horse riding, kayaking, Lakes, Le Haras du Pin, Le Rupestrien, limited mobility, National Stud Farm, Nature Trails, Normandy, Orne, Swimming, Swiss Normandy, Watersports, William the Conqueror
22 April 2016 by Jessica Boston
Horses have always been an important part of Normandy life from their role in agriculture and historic battles to their popularity for leisure pursuits. A trip to the region is…
Argentan, Avranches, carriage tour, Disneyland, Donkeys, First World War, gites, Gouville sur Mer, Hippodrome Deauville de Touques, Horse riding, Horseriding, Horses, Juvigny sous Andaine, L'Attelage des Grandes Marees, La Ferme du Cheval de Trait, Le Pin National Stud, Mussel Farm, Normandy, Orne, Oyster Beds, Paris, Percheron, Percheron Horses, Polo, Racetrack, Saint-Sever Forest, Stables, Trek
27 November 2015 by Alison Hughes
From a tiny hamlet in Normandy to nationwide and then worldwide renown, the Camembert has made quite a journey and well deserves its tag ‘king of cheeses’, as Alison Hughes…
28 August 2015 by Gillian Thornton
There’s something for all ages along the Battle of Normandy driving routes. Gillian Thornton got behind the wheel.
Cherbourg – a history of war
Poised on the tip of the…
Battle of Normandy, Bayeux, Bessin, Caen, Calvados, Cherbourg, Cotentin, Cycle Paths, D-day, D-day beaches, D-day landing beaches, Driving in France, Falaise, Haras du Pin, Manche, Napoleon, Normandy, Orne, William the Conqueror