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Bayeux accommodation recommendations.

We will be traveling to Bayeux for 3 nights in September. We are looking for nice accommodations near the city center with queen bed and shower. Price range is between $150-$200 (US$) per night.

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579 posts

You don’t say if you prefer hotel or b&b but we stayed at Le Petit Matin in April, 2017. Lovely home, conveniently located. Helpful host, outstanding breakfast. If you have a car parking is available around the square which the home faces.

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1130 posts

We stayed at Hotel Le Bayeux. It was so close to everything and the breakfast was delicious.

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We spent 3 comfortable nights at Hotel particulier POPPA in Bayeux France. The building is old and charming, but the interior has been modernized in the last 4 years. It is centrally located on Place Charles de Gaullle, so we could walk to the cathedral, Tapestry museum, and good restaurants. We toured D-day beaches from here, which was very convenient. The hosts were very attentive and helpful. Breakfast was varied and fresh. We hated to leave this special place!

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I stayed at this b&b in 2012 and I loved it. Convenient location, parking if you have a car, very nice owner, lovely breakfast. Would definitely stay there again. They are within your budget, about €120-140/night.

For a hotel, the Churchill gets the most recommendations on this forum. I've not stayed there and I don't know what their rates are like.

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6525 posts

We have Hotel le Bayeux booked for 2 nights in Sept- 254E includes bkft.
The other place we had considered was Hotel Reine Mathilde and I had a rate quote for 3 nights there- 259 E- no bkft but parking was not on site there so we went with Hotel le Bayeux.

Don't often see "queen" beds on European hotel listings- we usually opt for 2 twins as they are usually pushed together making it more like a King.

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I've stayed at both Hotel Le Bayeux and the Churchill and have been pleased with both.

The Churchill is closer to the city center.

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We stayed at Hotel d'Argouges - great location .
Bayeux is small town and very walkable - several small hotels.

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782 posts

I stayed at the Hotel Churchill in 2013 and loved the location and the D Day pickup point was 300 Feet from the Hotel which is very convenient.The Hotel also runs a Shuttle to Mt St Michel if you dont have a car.

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We stayed in this not large but perfect studio in Bayeux 2 years ago. . It is perfectly located in the middle of town but you walk through a locked door into a quiet courtyard and then into the quiet peaceful studio. Most things are under a 5 minute walk, including the Tapestry, the cathedral, the Churchill Hotel whose parking lot is the starting point for many D-Day tours and to Mont St Michael. We remember it as one of our top 5 vacation stays in over a dozen trips to Europe. Sally, the owner, responds quickly to questions and offers a lot of suggestions. She and her husband picked us up at the train station in Bayeux and delivered us to the apartment and walked us through how things worked. It was a professional and warm operation. Without entering specific dates, the typical rate is $125 per night.

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I have stayed at Nancy's recommended LaTour Louise. While I was satisfied with the B&B itself I was less than satisfied with the parking situation. This B&B has 3 rooms. Of those 3 rooms we occupied 2 of them for a 3 night stay. We had one car for the 4 of us. There was only one parking pass for B&B guests. It was never available to us. The 3rd room had different guests each night, and those individuals always got the parking pass. I did ask about the pass upon our arrival and expressed our need for it. The lot available with the pass did allow us to park overnight, but we had to leave by 8:00 a.m. and couldn't return until 7:00 p.m. Those hours are to the best of my recollection. Street parking was difficult. If you don't have a car it's a good place. With a car I would look elsewhere.

Edit: I stayed there in late September 2014. Their parking situation may have changed since then.

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2031 posts

We liked our stay at Logis Les Remparts. Central location, only a few minutes walk to cathedral, tons of free parking outside the front door. I believe it was listed in the RS guide but not positive.

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We stayed at Hotel Lion D'Or for 3 nights in October. It was in a great location. Parking was available for guests. The room was comfortable and the restaurant was amazing. It is in a prime location on the main historical drag in Bayeux but just off the road in a courtyard. Once in Bayeux, we didn't move our car for 3 days. It is an easy town to walk with most things assessable. The staff was wonderful!!

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I am Sandrine Owner of La Tour Louise in Bayeux and I am very surprised by the Andrea's review about our bnb.
He said we have 3 rooms... we have 4...
He said we have a private parking slot with a pass... we have no private parking slot, so we couldn't refuse him this pass.
Our guests have no problem to park, because we have often place in our street, and we have 2 public free parkings with many slots in our street. So even wiyh a car you can come, no problem.
Perhaps Andrea is confused with another bnb...
Thank you

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10339 posts

I have edited my review of La Tour Louise to reflect that their parking situation may have changed since I was there in late September 2014. I never said it was a private parking lot. The lot next to the B&B required a pass during certain hours. At the time the owner/manager of the B&B was Wil.

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We’ve stayed at Hotel d’Argouges 6-7 times, a week each time. Absolutely love it. Wonderful owner and staff, lovely gardens with lots of flowers, free pkng,
very quiet, center of town off the square where they have a great outdoor market twice a week, laundromat across the street, large rooms, good beds, large bathrooms, very clean... and a wonderful breakfast. Highly recommend.

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We just left Bayeux yesterday and we stayed here:
Gorgeous property, nice and quiet and very reasonably priced. It has just been renovated and everything is lovely. It’s just on the edge of town, so you can walk to everything, yet it’s very quiet.
Highly recommend!

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Hôtel de Sainte Croix, lovely room, delicious breakfast. Huge bathroom was nice for a change in Europe.