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Reviewed 15 May 2018

We absolutely loved our stay at Le Manoir Sainte Victoire! The building itself is stunning, with the rooms located in a tower and the doors branching off an old stone spiral staircase. The room was spacious and very clean, with additional facilities including a kitchenette area, and the bed was the most comfortable bed of our entire 4 week holiday! The owner was very welcoming and accommodating, allowing us to choose breakfast times around the tours we had booked for the following day. For breakfast he provided our choice of crepes or omelette, with a selection of breads, fruit salad and yoghurt. Le Manoir Sainte Victoire is in a great location, walkable to all of the main attractions/tour pick up points, and in an area where we always felt safe. The character and charm of this place is beautiful, and along with the hospitality we received made this one of our favourite places to stay!

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank gone_wandering5
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Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

We loved La Manoir. The rooms are in a 15th century tower, up a circling stone staircase. The owner, Franc, was absolutely wonderful. He will carry your luggage up the stairs, and will do everything possible to make your stay wonderful. The room is charming, with a large, super comfortable bed, lots of light with view of the magnificent cathedral. The cutest, tiniest, fully equipped kitchenette. Some people complained about the breakfast, but he made an omelette for my husband and crepe for me, in addition to fruit, juice, yogurt, pastries, and it was excellent. We stupidly arrived without reservations for a DDay tour, and Frank spent 30 minutes on the phone trying to find a tour. His English is limited but his lovely wife speaks more, and I speak some French. Highly recommend this lovely place.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank ceci60
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Reviewed 25 April 2018

Of all the places to stay in France, this is my favorite. I enjoyed everything about this place. Great location, great room, great service. All of it was splendid. The morning breakfast was simply awesome. I loved this place.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled solo
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1  Thank rssarcade
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Reviewed 30 October 2017

Our room was well appointed, spacious, and retained its medieval character with beams and stone walls. The kitchenette was well furnished and a major plus. The building is ideally located about 2 blocks from the magnificent cathedral and the main avenue of Bayeux. Bayeux is small and easily negotiated by foot. It is close to the D-Day beaches and is a great base camp location.

Room Tip: Parking is about a block away next to a park and we never had a problem finding a space.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank joeandsuzy
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

We had a nice room located in a remodeled medieval building with 3 guest rooms. Entrance to the rooms was via an interesting spiral staircase in a round tower next to the main building. The manager informed us upon arrival that he had just taken over operation of the property within the past 4 months. Unfortunately he and his daughter speak almost no English or Spanish so we had a challenging time trying to communicate. Although the manager seemed highly motivated to provide good service it was difficult for him to do so because it was so hard to communicate with him. He and my wife used Google translate to assist with our communication but it wasalways difficult.
Our room was clean and well-furnished. One strange aspect is that the toilet was located in a tiny closet-like room separate from the shower and sinks. Having two sinks in the bathroom was a nice touch. Also we appreciated having the tiny kitchenette equipped with a sink, refrigerator, dishes and dishwashing soap, a microwave, and a tea kettle with a variety of teas.
The location of this B&B was excellent. It was a short walk to restaurants, shops, the Bayeux Tapestry Museum, and the magnificent cathedral which is worth a visit.
We had the following concerns:
The breakfast provided lacked any nutritious protein-rich foods. Croissants were provided each morning as well as orange juice, coffee, and tea. Other than the first morning there were only small bowls of chopped fresh fruit. No eggs, cheese, or cold cuts were provided. He did reheat some pre-made crepes and provided 1 crepe to each guest upon request.
No maid service was provided to make beds, do any daily cleaning, or empty trash in our room even though we were there for 3 days. The manager told us to hang up our towels after use to allow them to dry; however the towels never dried because the heat was turned off to bathroom towel rack and there were no good places to stretch out towels to dry. On our last full day, the manager did provide 2 fresh bath towels after we requested them, but one was still slightly damp from prior laundering.
The street where the B&B is located is very narrow and we had to park up on the sidewalk to allow other cars to pass by when unloading our luggage. The property has no guest parking so guests must park a block or two away around Charles de Gaulle park. When we arrived we saw no vacant parking places around the park but we were eventually able to find at least one vacant parking space each day.

Room Tip: Ask for the lowest room available to avoid climbing stairs
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank crpeter2450
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