Manoir de Courson

Address: Notre Dame de Courson, Livarot, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14140, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Notre Dame de Courson, Livarot, is near La Renardiere.
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Travel Blogs from Livarot

Champ De Bataille Golf Course...

A travel blog entry by downer on Jul 10, 2015

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What a magnificent golf course, lovely memories of this place and its in immaculate condition, lucky Linda only walked round with Tia as I won again..! Note, must come back and play here again...! Played it 10 years ago with Dan and Mark, might have been the time Bears weren't the only creatures to *hit in the wood, hey Dan?!!! And I played this also 25 years ago with the Amex Guys from Pyecombe Golf Club... Fond ...

Rugles... Lovely Little Aire

A travel blog entry by downer on Jul 09, 2015

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Rugles is a lovely little town and the Aire is immaculate, next to a river running through the town, with full services and free electric. Lovely park is just over the bridge and it leads to the high street which has a few nice shops, bars etc but it's a little quiet with a few empty shops. This will be perfect for the ...

Who cut the cheese?

A travel blog entry by meboggs on Jun 21, 2014

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We toured a cheese factory in Livarot. Normandy is known for three things apples, cheese, and D-Day. At this stop we focused on the cheese. The moment we got off the bus the who cut the cheese jokes began. Half way through the tour the smell became significant and undeniable. It was also at this point that the amazing darlings said "do we say cut the cheese ...

One of the Best Days

A travel blog entry by fymkim on Aug 22, 2010

... parts of the trip, but we were glad to have a car for several parts - the D-Day beaches, getting around Belle Ile, and being able to explore around different parts of Brittany. We got lost so many times and were super frustrated several times, especially at the beginning because of poor signage across France (they clearly don't want foreigners driving around there) so at times a GPS felt like it might have been worth the cost, but ...

Bumming around Normandie

A travel blog entry by quirky on May 28, 2010

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Today we checked out the local market at Livarot. It's only a very small market but large enough to supply our lunch needs. We were keen to stick with the local product as much as possible so we got a selection of local cheeses: Livarot, Pave d'Auge, Camembert (as Camembert is also pretty close by). Also got some tomato, pears, apricots and strawberries. Everything was perfectly presented. Never seen strawberries ...