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Reviewed 14 July 2010

Had two days here in June. we were offered a choice of rooms. Our room was clean tidy well designed and had everything we needed. Including a fridge to keep our wine cool.
The rooms consist of a converted barn complex connected to the owners house and the breakfast rooms. A nice owner receptionist, able to speak English.
She gave us a tour around the lovely gardens.
A good standard breakfast, the usual baguette, croissants etc, as much as you could want and without 'portion control'.
Famanville is an excellent location to tour and use the wonderful beaches. Do not be put off by the nuclear power station on the coast, the beaches and holiday villages are superb, clean tacky tourist free, a lesson to Devon and Cornwall. The infrastructure is excellent.
As the Hotel does not have a restaurant the owner recommended a few. We loved 'The Semaphore' about 1 km away but set in an old coastguards lookout. Fabulous views over the Channel Islands and coast and to watch the sunset. Excellent food and very reasonably priced. We had both the 28 Euro and the 20 Euro menu. The quality of both excellent and some of the best food we had on our holiday. Highly recommended.

Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 14 July 2006

We only spent one night here, because our first choice of hotel was full. But what a gem! We were made most welcome from the minute we walked in the door and were given lots of advice on places to eat (the hotel does not have a restaurant); there being about a dozen within ten minutes drive. We ate at Le Semaphore and loved it. As a converted Manoir it is beautifully appointed and laid out with a sun-trap courtyard for breakfast and very comfortable rooms. Although so peaceful, it is minutes from the coast, a few miles from Cherbourg and has walking country all around. We will certainly be back.

  • Stayed: June 2006
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Reviewed 6 July 2006

We returned home a couple of weeks ago from Normandy- a short break of four nights-at the Hotel Bel-Air Flammanville-what a super small family run hotel-very peaceful-no traffic sound-good breakfasts-and a warm welcome from Mme Morel and her staff. This hotel is just 21k from Cherbourg-very well situated for exploriing countryside and the coast. We live in the heart of the Welsh countryside-so wanted an equally quiet place to stay and we found it!!!

  • Stayed: June 2006
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  • Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
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Stayed: April 2018, travelled on business
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