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Reviews of villas in Normandy

We have 202 reviews of our villas in Normandy.

Renter: Brigitte H. Brigitte H.
Brigitte H. November 2018

The weather was not very clement during the we spent in Trouville, we were able to fully appreciate the comfort of the house and its calm, perfect to unwind. For the walkers: pretty walks starting from the house. In short, charming rental with many assets.

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Renter: Anne S. Anne S.
Anne S. September 2018

The fully and plentifully equipped kitchen was particularly exciting. The on-site support was very good, so we were able to receive a new coffee machine on the same day - arrival.

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Family from Hampshire, United Kingdom July 2018

When we looked to rent we needed 5 bedroom rental, due to the fact we foster . The requirements mean that foster children have their own room not accessed by any other bedroom. However, sadly the single room we had allocated for our foster child was off another double bedroom, therefore for our particular stay this did not work. This meant we had one child having to take a twin all to themselves. (Cetainly it was not the renters complete fault) but had the ad stated small bedroom acessed via another bedroom this would have meant us booking elsewhere. Also not made clear in the advert some of the beds are children's beds so we had 2 adults using these.. these were the only negatives, we had a lovely amazing time at the villa which our family enjoyed, loved the big kitchen and overall space and general area lovely big gardens. We had a hicup where the down stairs loo didn't flush, wasps gaining entry but as soon as the owners were alerted they were prompt in dealing with it. It is quite far from the shops if you have a vehicle which I would say was essential it is not really an issue, a lovely drive through the country to Trun is quite nice to have that obligatory coffee and croissant. Pool was brilliant and such fun for lazy family days spent chilling out The villa with wifi, games and dvds are helpfull for the cooler/rainy days. The gardens are big and well maintained with lots of nature, butterflies, dragonflies, frogs , rabbits and deer. Local vet for our dog just before Trun was good too if you're thinking of bringing your 4 legged kids. Not sure how or why our electric usage was so high but we came home to a further £82.50 extra bill but the whole stay was so much fun we didn't mind having that cost.. The owners have been amazing with communication both before, researching anything we asked, (bike hire, fishing) , during (if needed) and alao after (even kindly returning a couple of belongings family left behind. Thanks for allowing us to stay at your villa

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Family from Redditch, United Kingdom June 2018

The property exceeded our expectations regarding facilities, as there was even more equipment available than featured, e.g. trampoline, table football. The indoor pool was a great hit, as was the pool table. And you know how there's nothing more annoying than equipment with bits missing? No such thing here; enough pool cues to go round, table tennis bats and balls etc. Mention should also be made of the full shutters available on all downstairs windows - very useful during summer months. Two very, very minor points: we could find no written instructions about rubbish disposal and recycling e.g. what day is bin day. Madame and Monsieur may very well have advised us verbally upon arrival, but my French was not up to understanding everything they said. And to help those that follow - use the water filter as the water is harder than I've encountered in the UK. Overall? A very memorable holiday in a very agreeable place.

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About Normandy

Normandy holiday villas

Our private holiday villas in Normandy boast swimming pools, beach locations and stunning landscape views. This region of France is perfect for your next holiday if your'e looking for a destination steeped in history, natural beauty and close to the UK.

Normandy is best known for its chalky white cliffs, a coastline stuffed with World War II beachheads and beautiful stretches of golden sand such as Omaha beach. Further inland, the rolling green countryside boasts half-timbered houses and beautiful meadows. Our luxury farmhouses in Normandy are the perfect base to enjoy some peace and relaxation.

Alternatively, you can discover some of the rich history of this area of France, from the Norman invasion of England in 1066 to the D-Day landings of 1944. One of the most famous landmarks in Normandy is Mont-St-Michel, a spectacular 12th century monastry and Christian Pilgrimage site, situated on an island. The infamous Bayeux Tapestry also finds its home here. 

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Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Normandy and what to do on your holiday in Normandy.

7 Reasons For A Holiday To Normandy

7 Reasons For A Holiday To Normandy

Normandy is best known for its white cliffs, half-timbered houses, beautiful rolling green meadows and a coastline dotted with World War II beachheads. One of the most historically-dense regions of France, here you will also find Mont-St-Michel, as well as the famed Bayeux Tapestry. It's also only a stone's throw from the UK and home to some of our most-loved holiday homes. And as if that wasn't reason enough, here are even more reasons why Normandy should be your next holiday destination...

We had a chat with Tansy, the proud owner of The Band of Brothers House in Normandy.

We had a chat with Tansy, the proud owner of The Band of Brothers House in Normandy.

Tansy and Mike own the perfect holiday property for those who enjoy a bit of historical education with their great escape. We caught up with Tansy to hear about their four properties - one special one in particular, The Band of Brothers House, which is a new listing for Clickstay. The house is steeped in D-Day history and was named in honour of the 101st Airbourne Division that liberated the village of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, Normandy. They are very proud of their newly renovated 300 - 400 year old house, and so they should be - it is charming, beautiful, and a credit to all their hard work.