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House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 9

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Sleeps 9. 4 bedroom house with garden conservatory and terrace. There is a downstairs double bedroom and shower with hand rail and loo for people of limited mobility. Great location. 3 minutes walk to the beach, harbour and shops. Located in beautiful picturesque Barfleur, unspoilt fishing harbour and bustling farming village - listed as one of the nicest villages in France.

Barfleur is on the North of Cotentin Peninsula, 20km from Cherbourg, the landing beaches and D-day sites. Only 1 hour from Bayeux and 2 hours from Mont Saint Michel. 2 golf courses nearby.

Fontenay/Mer Golf Course - 20 minute drive.

Golf Club de Cherbourg - 30 minute drive.


Size Sleeps up to 9, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach 3 minutes' walk 500 m
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Maupertus 12 km, Nearest railway: Cherbourg 22 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (3), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 10
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Wheelchair users, Secure parking
Further details indoors

The house offers three newly redecorated bedrooms, 1 bathroom and an independent studio bedroom and WC/shower room on the ground floor which is great for friends, youngsters or members of the family who wish to be private yet still sharing your holiday. There is a kitchen, sitting room and south facing terrace which is all enclosed - great for children. The terraces and garden will allow you to enjoy your meals outside, from breakfast to aperitif and BBQ.

Electric cooker, gas hob, 2 fridges with freezer compartment, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher. There is a table and chairs in the kitchen and a lovely huge conservatory off this that seats up to 12 round a gorgeous farmhouse table.

Living room has TV, with French and English channels plus a video and DVD and a huge selection of DVDs and videos. Also stacks of games kept in conservatory.

South facing conservatory with huge family table. Great separate relaxation area for all the family. Free WiFi in the local bars and restaurants just a very short stroll away. Many glowing reviews in the visitors book, which are available upon request.

The house is only 3 minutes' walk from the shops, bakers, fishmongers, grocery, supermarket, cafes, bars and restaurants. There are several beaches in Barfleur and all along the coast. It is ideal for walking, cycling, golfing and/or horse riding holidays. Being situated on the peninsular, the micro-climated offers exotic vegetation, mild weather and a beach is never too far away! The region is famous for its delicious mussels, oyster, crabs, lobsters and its organic vegetables, camembert, cider and Calvados.

3 minute walk to shops and all amenities.

Many lovely rural towns and villages all around.

Coastal Walk To Gatteville to visit impressive lighthouse.

Trendy sailing town of St Vaast La Hougue, famed for its oysters - 7 kilometres

30 minutes to Cherbourg.

2 hours to Mont S Michel.

1hour 30 mins to Caen.

30 mins to D Day beaches.

1 hours 30 mins to Bayeux.

Further details outdoors

There is a private garden at the back and front, completely enclosed - great for young children. There is a south facing secluded terrace at the front of the house.

There is a bank with an ATM just a bit further along opposite the house, 2 hotels, cafes, many bars and restaurants. Take away pizzas from Le Phare restaurant are amazing. Saturday market. Le Moderne restaurant does stunning upmarket food.

Bicycles (but these are to be used at the customers' own risk) we hold no responsibility over injuries etc., Deckchairs, BBQ, linen basket and pegs. Utility sink for dirty boots etc. There are badminton rackets and games plus tennis courts and a playing field round the back of the house. Instructions to this when you get there.

It is a busy, bustling fishing and agricultural town in season with plenty of fresh fish and locally grown vegetables.

There is a riding school 3 miles away and a diving and sailing school within the village itself.

South facing conservatory with huge family table. Great separate relaxation area for all the family. Free WiFi in the local bars and restaurants just a very short stroll away. Many glowing reviews in the visitors book, which are available upon request.

Further details

Discounts for Brittany Ferries. Contact owner for details

Well behaved pets are welcome.

Towels and Linen are available at 15 euros per person

Cleaning 60 euros

Big discounts with Brittany Ferries. Please ask for details when booking.

The Normandy region

With lush rolling pastures and cows grazing among the orchards, and its 600 miles of beautiful sandy beaches, Normandy invites the visitor to 'slow down' and despite an annual tourist invasion every year, the region remains a largely untouched paradise.

It is famous for its wonderful Calvados brandy and its glorious cheeses - Camembert, Pavé d'Auge,

Livarot, Pont l'Evêque, Neufchatel, Boursin, Brillat-Savarain and Brin de Paille.

Normandy is one of France's top visited regions not without reason, some reasons to visit are:

* D-Day beaches, cemetery's and museums -

* Mont St.Michelle - France's tourist attraction No.2 after the Eiffel tower

* 600km of interesting coastline with excellent bathing opportunities

* Caen, Rouen and all the places in Normandy with magnificent castles, ruins and cathedrals

* Visit Monet's garden, you'll know the famous paintings

* Easy to get to from the UK, just a quick trip by ferry or through the Channel tunnel

* Lovely countryside


Barfleur is classed as one of the most beautiful villages in France. It was the Principal harbour of the old Anglo-Norman Kingdom and William the Conquerors boat sailed from here on his invasion of England in 1066.

Barfleur is famous for its fish and mussels

Barfleur has a very human scale, that makes you feel good just to stroll around the harbour in time for the return of the fishermen.

Barfleurs principal resource is its fishing. The Barfleur white Mussel is one of the most sought after in France, but lobsters, shellfish, shrimp and bar caught here are also renowned.

On the quay, above all do not miss the landing of the fish catch, an essential part of Barfleurs' daily life a major attraction of your stay. There are many good places to eat and drink here and a market on Saturday. St Vaast La Houge, a yachting marina, about 5 miles away is beautiful and most famous for its fabulous oysters. It also has a big market on Saturdays and a wonderful array of fascinating shops and bars and restaurants on the quay.

For open air lovers, water sports, tennis and pétanque are easily accessible and the beaches of fine sand will offer you unforgettable perspectives, as well as the charm of the bocages in the surrounding country (Numerous footpaths are marked to allow you to take in this world safely). Try the Barfleur Tourism office or the many local and diversified associations that will help you to find the activity that suits you.

A visit to the Centre de Débarque will enhance your stay giving you a more complete understanding of this beautiful and interesting coast.

The fantastic character found in the streets of Barfleur and the quality of its architecture will make your stop there a very peaceful and pleasant one.

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Calendar last updated:29 May 2014

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