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    Maison Laudiere - Normandy Accommodation

    If you are looking for accommodation in Normandy, don't look anywhere else!

    We have just returned from our 2nd stay with Nigel and Carole at Maison Laudiere.

    We were welcomed like old friends and invited into their house when we arrived for a very welcome cuppa.

    Nigel and Carole invited us to dinner on the first evening as we had been travelling all day - a lovely thought and and an excellent meal! They are exceptionally friendly, helpful and accommodating

    The property is a (very old) lovely converted farm building, which has everything you could possibly need. It is spotlessly clean and felt for more like a "home" than a "holiday home". It is situated in a lovely area with a forest nearby and the Normandy beaches about 1 1/2 hours away.

    We look forward to our next visit.

    a genuine 10 out of 10.

    Andrew Gardener

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    Nice to hear Nigel and Carole are still there, we would definitely stay again, excellent location and hosts.
    Edited because I cannot type

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    Top notch hosts excellent b&b
    Abide with me !

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    I've used them numerous times over the last six years.
    Always a great welcome with little blocks of wood under the side stands, followed closely by beer/tea/wine (or all three!!)
    Clean, tidy and warm, plus they are use to us sometimes turning up slightly wet and have the house set up for drying all the bike gear.

    Highly recommended


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    Hi Andrew

    Didn't see your post until this evening as been full on cutting hedges during the day in the still 27 degrees then sleeping

    Many thanks for your post, was great to see you both again and glad you enjoyed your stay. Don't forget you did us a lovely BBQ too which was great for us, particularly Carole, to have a night relaxing

    Thanks to everyone else too for your kind words, we are still here until such time as we sell up, so look forward to seeing you all as and when.
    www.maisonlaudiere.com

    B&B in Orne (61), Lower Normandy, France


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