NORMANDY CUSTOM LUXURY TRAVEL
Of Coastlines and Counryside
Normandy is a land of welcomed simplicity. From its food – seafood is king – to its quaint countryside, it’s the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle, and unwind in uncomplicated territory.
Price per person per night from US$500 to $1,000
Price per person per night from US$1,000 to $2,000
Price per person per night from US$2,000 to $2,500
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Discovering this unforgettable region is like turning the pages of a history book while taking in the lush and endless fields, white sandy beaches, quaint thatched cottages and numerous ancient churches; the combination of these elements creating the unique and inspiring region of Normandy.
- Visit historic locations that have helped shape the course of the 20th century.
- Explore the site of Utah Beach, made famous by Stephen Ambrose’s Band of Brothers.
- Listen to a local veteran resistance fighter recount tales from Omaha Beach and D-Day.
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Forget textbooks and head to the real-life historical classroom of Normandy, the setting of some of the most important moments in western civilization. We will trail William the Conquerer and the recent history of WWII and D-Day, then explore the countryside on bikes, beaches and sand yachts.
- Stroll the pilgrim’s path to Mont St. Michel on a unique tour with the director of religious texts.
- Follow in the footsteps of Band of Brothers‘ Major Winters and his EASY company.
- See Bayeux and the tapestry that tells of how the French-English rivalry began.
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From camembert to calvados and years of impactful human history: Normandy is today adored as an idyllic getaway by the French. Travel through quiet countryside, fisherman’s harbours and chic seaside resorts. All experiences are enhanced by the delicious regional specialties and incredible local experts.
- Join a biologist dedicated to studying the dolphin populations of the region.
- Experience the gastronomic marvels found throughout Normandy’s excellent markets and culinary classes.
- Visit key WWII locations and view William the Conqueror’s celebration tapestry from 1070.
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Hotel Villa Lara, Bayeux
This boutique hotel lies in the heart of Bayeux, neighbouring the town's 11thC cathedral. Stylish, air-conditioned guestrooms see a blend of classic and contemporary, featuring handmade furnishings, plush fabrics and marble bathrooms. With many famous World War II sites close by, Villa Lara is the perfect base for revisiting the events of June 6, 1944. The owner, Rima Hebert, always offers her guests a personalized welcome. View hotel website »
Maisons de Bricourt, Brittany
Set in one of the most stunning locations in Brittany, the Maisons de Bricourt's most prominent building is a 1920's villa overlooking the Mont St Michel. The property oozes charm and the décor is simple and elegant. This is the perfect finish to your trip! View hotel website »
Ferme St. Simeon, Honfleur
This charming and beautiful 5-star luxury hotel is perched on the heights of Honfleur, close to Satie Museum, Eugene Boudin Museum, and 200 metres from the Normandy coast. Ferme Saint Simeon features individually decorated guestrooms, a relaxing spa and a stunning garden and terrace. View hotel website »
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“The roads we used were quiet and very picturesque, the restaurants selected were delicious, and the Bespoke ‘extras’ made it all the more special.”— Elizabeth Jick, Bespoke Normandy Biking
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