Normandy offers a wide choice of unusual holiday accommodation for visitors looking for something just a little different.
The Cap Lévi Fort b&b is located by the sea and next to the coastal path. This last Cotentin Napoleonian fort, offers beautiul views onto the Cherbourg harbour.
Cerza Safari Park, near Lisieux is great for a family day out and why not stay overnight in a timber lodge and marvel at the rhinos from your bedroom window?
Overlooking Honfleur, at the foot of a nineteenth century lighthouse whose light guided local mariners for nearly a century, guests can sleep in the former keeper's residence. The tower is too narrow for bedroom space, but visitors have their breakfast on the ground floor, and can climb the 164 steps to admire the view over the Seine estuary from the 100-foot high lantern at the top of the lighthouse.
Relax at the Villa Quartz, on the Côte d’Albâtre, and just admire the magnificent panoramic view…You can marvel at how the architectural design, all concrete, glass and steel, fits in perfectly with the natural sea surroundings. A landscaped garden on several levels faces out to sea.
The "Arbre en Arbre" leisure park offers a wide choice of activities including accommodation in a yurt and a recent addition, the possibility of sleeping in hanging tents: a good way of bringing out the adventurer in you.You will love this unusual leisure park, which uses the forest as a playground.
Have a break! Take a lush landscape just a couple of miles from the sea, a 16th century dovecot, a superb interior design… and voila, the perfect getaway! Circular in shape, dovecots are an integral part of the landscape of The ‘Pays de Caux’. Situated just a few kilometres away from Dieppe and its famous seafood restaurants, the dovecot stands in the heart of an old farm with a lovely pond.