The welcome is very warm, the breakfast a pleasure, the house a delight. Come everyone and discover this place and these wonderful people.


In the end, we had really treated ourselves. Superb welcome, a cozy room both calm and agreeable, a real delight. Something to come back to again and again. 


It is difficult to remain perfectly objective, thus to present my house, which was a butcher’s in the last century, to you, here are the impressions left by the first guests.
Pont-Audemer. . .  In this old, 18th century building, nestled between the former street of the rich and the channels of water that were the glory of the city, an impression at first of a refuge. The welcome followed, from the most Norman of Britons who loves her house and wants to share it.

A delicious moment, authentic and calm.
Christelle and Rodolphe.
The butcher’s shop with no water: a pretty Norman dwelling from the 17th and 18th centuries, renovated with tasted all in conserving its wooden beams and frame, its bricks and cobbles, all of which make it an authentic in the pedestrian downtown.

Annick and her daughter received us with kindness and much warmth. Their simplicity and love of natural things is in keeping with the image of the house they have restored. A very good memory.

Sylvie and Bertrand.

A guaranteed success for a wonderful weekend in a dreamland . . .

After a restful night, far from noise and stress, in a room from the 18th century . . . breakfast fell upon us! ! ! Home-made crêpes, breads, each one better than the last, jam that would charm a palace . . . In short, an address to guard carefully as a piece of happiness . . . 

 Lucie and Bruno