Hotel Chateau de Bellefontaine

Address: 49 rue Bellefontaine, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | 3 star hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Chateau de Bellefontaine Bayeux

Reviewed by abcdef123


Reviewed Aug 31, 2012
by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Bad location

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Chateau de Bellefontaine Bayeux

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Bayeux

Day 2 Normandie

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jan 07, 2015

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... I also grabbed a little bottle of French Champagne to cheers my birthday friends. After shopping we headed to Longues Sur Mer which is where the 4 big guns are left from the Normandie landings, part of the Atlantic Wall built by Hitler as a last line of defence against the Allies. Quite a sight to behold. Next we headed to Colleville where the American Cemetery is located. What a sombre time. There are just over 9,000 graves at this site and it ...


A travel blog entry by ellenanddale on Sep 08, 2014

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On our drive from Rouen to Bayeux we passed through a city called Caen. Caen is known for its historical buildings built during the reign of William the Conqueror, who was buried there, and for the Battle for Caen—heavy fighting that took place in and around Caen during the Battle of Normandy in 1944, destroying much of the city. In repentance for marrying his cousin Mathilda of Flanders, William ordered two abbeys to be built on the ...

D-Day Beaches

A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

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... Pont du Hoc was an important strategic stronghold for the Germans because of the cross-fire ability it had on both Utah and Omaha beach. Originally, 5 massive artillery cannons were to be placed on either edge of Pont du Hoc, three facing Omaha and 2 facing Utah. This would allow the Germans to provide defenses from a place that was seemingly unreachable by the Allies, considering the nature of the cliff-side landscape. We learned of a mission led by a Texas-born US sergeant ...

D-Day Minus Thirty (A Dennis Post)

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 06, 2014

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... interview with a 94-year-old D-Day veteran being filmed at the cemetery, which was really moving to see). The cemetery was very pretty with its rows of white crosses overlooking the beach and ocean, and also very sobering to see, especially when you consider that the cemetery hold less than half of Americans killed in the Normandy campaign.

We also went to Pointe-du-Hoc, an area on top of a cliff between Omaha and Utah ...

Lost at Sea

A travel blog entry by amy.harrison on Apr 23, 2012


... the rubbish bins. We found two mermaids purses, lots of cuttlefish bones, some slipper shells, razor clam shells and lots of mussels. Since the tides are so intense here, there is a huge industry of mussel farming. We even saw some people eating big pots of them in the restaurant. I found a really awesome pink scallop shell on the beach that I'm of course bringing home. As we walked along the beach toward the Cemetery, we saw some people riding their horses on ...