Hotel Le Bayeux
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A wonderful, small hotel. The staff are incredibly friendly, especially Patricia, who was so helpful, friendly, and kind. The location is excellent. A few minutes walk from the centre of town, and the price is right. We are steps away from the Bayeux Tapestry and cathedral and approximately 25 minutes away from Juno Beach. Breakfast is available, but a little pricey for our budget.
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