Château d’Asnières-en-Bessin

In a delightful little village of 75 inhabitants surrounded by green fields and small farms.
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In a 2 hectare wooded park, surrounded by moats and grasslands, this Chateau built in 1672 in a small village in Bessin, offers 3 bedrooms with bathroom / shower room and private wc. Furnished in an 18th century style with many original features. At the center of the events of the 1944 landing and any other site of the historic wealth of Calvados. The hosts will warmly welcome you and advise you on your possible tours and itineraries.

Location and contact

Château d'Asnières-en-Bessin 14710 ASNIÈRES-EN-BESSIN, Côte Manche
+33 (0)6 16 40 01 72
+33 (0)6 12 50 24 05
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  • Ouverture à l’année
  • Accès WiFi
Prices : Double room : 110€ to 125 €
Breakfast : Included
Opening period : Open all the year Restauration : Possibility to dine on site by reservation in advance and subject to availability
Menu (starter, main course, dessert) from 45 € per person (excluding drinks)
Numerous restaurants nearby. languages : English, swedish, norwegian and danish To come : - Michelin map N° 54, fold N° 14.

- From Bayeux, take the RN13 toward Cherbourg (4-lane highway). Take the "Formigny" exit; go straight ahead on the D613 towards Asnières-en-Bessin then take the D198.
Pets : Pets not allowed
Our rooms in the castle : - 3 bedrooms with private bath and WC, one bedroom has two double beds.
Leisure on site : - Park
-Ping pong table
-Outdoor furniture Nearby leisure : - beach
- tennis court 3 kms
- golf course 12 kms
- Mont-Saint-Michel one hour away
- the Normandy Landing Beaches
- Bayeux: a town of artistic interest
- Caen: a historical town
- the Peace Museum
- fishing port

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Keywords : Normandie, Omaha-Beach, D-Day beaches, Bayeux, Caen