Hotel Tardif Noble Guesthouse
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Funny thing happened tonight. I don't know if you know but europe always seems to have some tiff going between each country. North Belgium currently has a problem with south Belgium because they say they are feeding off the government and aren't working. North Belgium speaks Flemish because they are close to the Netherlands and south Belgium speaks …
So we landed in Heathrow on 6 March 2008 after leaving from Chicago the evening before around 8 pm. Everybody was tired but we rode the Picadilly line from Heathrow and quickly found our hotel, The Premeir Inn, near St. Pancras Station. One room was ready so we stowed our bags, freshened up, tried not to lay on the beds for very long, and forced …
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... thought they were safe as they thought that the cliffs would bring them and easy view to attack. There are five main beaches code named Utah, Omaha, Juno, Gold and Sword that stretch along the Normandy coastline. (My Mum helped me to recount these events).
We also visited the Overlord Museum that explained what happened leading up to the battle as well as how the battle was fought and won.
I learnt a lot ...
... in WWII the Allies landed first in 1943 to free France and then stopped the war in 1945. I liked playing on the beach and drawing a large man with my brothers.
We also visited a museum which had tanks, cars and all sorts of items from that landing. A bit boring for me.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Tardif Noble Guesthouse Bayeux
I'd never been to Bayeux, but friends had recommended a certain hotel which was fully booked. Big disappointment--until I found Hotel Tardif. It sounded--and the internet pictures looked--too good to be true, but it wasn't.
The perfect place to stay in Bayeux!
We LOVED Hotel Tardif! It was the perfect place to stay... charming and comfortable, and within easy walking distance of so many restaurants, shops and museums. Anthony's gracious hospitality and excellent suggestions made our visit to Bayeux so much more enjoyable, and Madame Voidie was a lovely and helpful hostess as well. We highly recommend Hotel Tardif (especially a room with a garden view) to anyone who is traveling to Normandy! - from Minnesota, USA
My father found this little gem after simply googling it. A gorgeous town house with stunning courtyard, formerly built for the Kings secretary. Under the glorious shadow of Bayeaux Cathedral this is a wonderful overnight stay with 22 very stylish elegant bedrooms and lounges overlooking a large private terrace garden that you are encouraged to relax in.
We found the Hotel Tardif through Trip Advisor where it had been given excellent reviews. The reviewers were not wrong. The hotel location is brilliant, just between the Cathedral and the Tapestry in a quiet street, with everything else in the town within easy walking distance.
We spent only one night in TARDIF, but it was a great experience! Nice historic and alive atmosphere at one time! Lovely hotel with very good location - near the Cathedral and the Tapestry. Special thanks for Anthony for his warm hospitality and kind explanations about the surroundings.
Natalia nd Co from Moscow, July 2006
Simply superb. The reasonable rate, the wonderful service, the charming room, the beautiful architecture, the delicious breakfast, the wonderful advice from Anthony about Bayeux, restaurants, everything. So close to the Tapestry and the magnificent Cathedral. We were there only 2 days, but wish we could have stayed for 7. We'll be back to Bayeux and the Hotel Tardif.
What a truly outstanding place to stay. Our group of 5 had the pleasure to spend 3 nights at this beautiful B & B which is situated in the most enviable position of all the accomodation in Bayeux. Walk out the door, through the courtyard and emerge into the street with an unbelievable view of the cathedral in one direction and the Tapestry some 150m in the other.How's that for location.
My family and i stayed at Hotel Tardif during Easter, last April. We decided to book all the second floor, including "Moisson de vaux" that a tripadvisor member recommended in a previous review. That was excellent, rooms were bright, clean, mattress very good, bathroom spacious.
we just LOVED this place! it's like a chateau with a great architecture, a superb park, and it's right in city centre!! owners are so friendly, interesting, Anthony speaks a so good English (much better than my French...). "Moisson de Vaux" is the best room, created during "Directoire" period. This is a must!
Charming place to stay
Very charming B&B in the heart of Bayeux. Easily walkable from the train station, and very close to the Tapestry and the cathedral. We stayed one night during July 2005, and were very pleased with the cost (extremely reasonable--85 euros for a triple) as well as our hosts. Anthony (who speaks excellent English) and his mother accomodated us even after we arrived 8 hours after we had told them to expect us, and the provided breakfast was simple but yummy. Our room was very spacious and well-decorated, and we really enjoyed the atmosphere of the building and its large courtyard, all built in the 17-18th century.