Lessay Hotels

Lessay Hotels

Lessay

Visitors have enjoyed Foie Gras from the Perigord, duck pate from a Normandy farm, chatterlings from Vire and cookies from Carteret, wine from Bordeaux and Sancerre wine, all brought together at the Fair of Lessay. For three days on the second weekend in September, The Holy Cross fair in wakes sleepy little Lessay with up to 350,000 visitors. Lessay has a wonderful Abbey church dating from the time of William the Conqueror. Lessay is just over two miles north of Créances. Lessay offers a gliding centre and Go-Karting curcuit.

Normandy

Normandy gets its name from the Viking Norsemen who sailed up the River Seine in the 9th century and colonized the area, making Rouen their capital. Normandy has large ports with important transatlantic trade, whilst inland it is overwhelmingly agricultural. The image of Normandy is one of a lush, tranquil, pastoral region of apple orchards, contented cattle, Calvados and Camembert. There are ancient picturesque ports such as Honfleur to visit, seaside resorts with elegant promenades, splendid centuries-old half-timbered manor houses lining quiet countryside lanes and extrordinary Romanesque and Gothic architectural treasures.

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Lessay Hotels

Brit Hotel De La Cote Des Havres, 12, Lessay, 50430
Book Online Location: about 5 miles from La Haye du Puits. The Brit Hotel is located in Lessay, a small town in the centre of the Cotentin Peninsula, Normandy on the north-western sea coast of France. This hotel was opened in June of 2008. All of the rooms are new and equipped with complete bathrooms, TV Canal+ and Canal satellite and free ADSL internet access. There is also a restaurant that features traditional and regional cuisine seasonally varied to provide meals that are in harmony with the time of year.more details Brit Hotel De La Côte Des Havres Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Ferme Des Mares, 26, Barneville-Carteret, 50430
Book Online Location: about 4 miles from Lessay. Ferme Des Mares is set in a large Normandy garden, a 5-minute drive from the coast. It offers modern-style guest rooms with a private bathroom, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. This former Norman Farm has a cosy lounge with an open fire. The restaurant serves traditional French cuisine and uses fresh local produce. Situated next to the protected salt marshes behind Saint-Germain-sur-Ay, the Ferme Des Mares is well place for guests to enjoy hiking, horse riding and cycling in the Normandy countryside.more details Ferme Des Mares Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

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