For history, culture and gastronomic indulgence, Normandy is hard to beat. Attractive historic ports line the line the coastline, linked by wide sandy beaches, while inland lush farmland is dotted with timeless French villages. Highlights include the island monastery of Mont St-Michel, the 11th century Bayeux Tapestry, the D-Day Landing Beaches and Monet’s waterlily garden at Giverny.
The legacy of the Normans is evident throughout Normandy, from the cathedrals of Rouen and Coutances, to the abbey of Mont St-Michel and the 1,000-year old Bayeux Tapestry. Medieval highlights include Honfleur, Rouen and Barfleur; Victorian splendour abounds in the 19th century resorts of Trouville or Etretat or for 1930s glamour head to Deauville. It is hard not to be moved by the museums, memorials and cemeteries of the D-Day Landing Beaches or impressed by the abbey of Jumieges. Famed for its cheese and apples, Normandy is a chance to explore a land rich in history culture and gastronomy.
Chateau La Cheneviere
Chateau La Chenevière is an elegant 18th Century Chateau with a fascinating history set in 12 acres of landscape grounds. Located just 10 minutes from Omaha beach and Bayeux, the hotel is in a perfect location to visit the local points of interest.
The ideal property to recapture your joie de vivre, 18th century Château d’Audrieu has been restored to reflect its impressive history.
Domaine de Primard
On the banks of the Eure River, this grand 18th century château combines period features with tastefully pared back style, stunning gardens, parkland, farm animals, Michelin-starred dining, heated pool, and indulgent spa, all conducive to deep relaxation.
Paris & WWII Normandy
Giverny, Guainville, Paris, Normandy, France
Indulge in the finest luxury, immerse in history, savor gourmet delights, and discover the captivating landscapes of France. Over the course of 8 nights, guests immerse yourself in Normandy’s compelling WWII history, Giverny’s natural beauty, and Paris's unparalleled luxury and gastronomy.