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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Bayeux
The Novotel in Bayeux has large rooms, including a good sized bathroom with a separate toilet. There is a refrigerator and coffee making facilities. The bed is large and comfortable.
Dinner was well prepared and tasty and from what I have seen I am expecting a good breakfast.
We are only here one night so I can't say much more.
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After a good night's sleep - without the donnas, we departed Paris for Honfleur.... Truly divine fishing village in Normandie... It is picture postcard perfect. We had a lovely meal on the water's edge... just fabulous. Then off we drove to Deauville - not known to me but the place Coco Channel had her very first shop... the outside of which, …
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