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Clair de lune

City lodge of 30 m2 with private terrace

Description

With a lovely view of Rouen, the city break le Clair de Lune seduce you. It is located in Bois-Guillaume 15-minute walk from the train station and the city center and is close to public transport. This cottage crossing will offer you both a panorama of the city and a private terrace allowing you to share a breakfast in the sun.

Covering an area of 30 m2, you can enjoy a bright living room with kitchen, a cozy loft bedroom, a bathroom with walk-in shower and a separate toilet. Additional sleeping for 2 in a convertible sofa quality.

Communication is possible with an adjoining cottage can accommodate 4 more guests.

Baby equipment available on request. Common room with washing machine, freezer and bicycles slot.

Ideal for business travel and tourism.

Non-smoking, and no pets allowed.

Contact and booking

Quick booking :

Phone : +33 6 23 29 39 66

Email : seineenvue@gmail.com

Address : Citybreak SEINE EN VUE
693, rue de l’Eglise
76230 BOIS GUILLAUME
FRANCE

Availability and prices

Low season

05/01 au 23/03
29/09 au 19/10
05/11 au 21/12

Week

265 €

Week-end (2 nights)

172 €

Middle season

24/03 au 29/06
01/09 au 28/09
20/10 au 04/11

Week

300 €

Week-end (2 nights)

195 €

High season

30/06 au 31/08
22/12 au 04/01

Week

335 €

Week-end (2 nights)

218 €

All included
Sheets and towels provided
House cleaning included
Free internet connection
Free parking

The 0.75 € city tax per night and per person not included.

Customer reviews

Discover the region

The Armada, the Christmas market, the exhibitions on Impressionism, the cathedral of light, the salons, the fair of Rouen, the fair Saint Romain, the beaches of the landing, the various gastronomic specialties (apples, cheeses, cider, calvados, cream, etc …) are all assets that will make you love this region.

Rouen the city of the 100 tower bells.

Rouen, historical capital of Normandy, city were Joan of Arc got trailed and burned in 1431, accounts numerous monuments like the Rouen cathedral, the Church of Saint Ouen, the Church Sainte Joan of Arc. The city also offers many museums, and old typical Streets with half-timbered homes.

Honfleur, the city of the artists

Small city arbour with its typical Small and picturesque Streets, Honfleur has been painted by numerous impressionists artists like Gustave Courbet, Eugène Boudin or Claude Monet. One of the rare cities in Normandy that has not been destroyed during WWII; Honfleur will charm you with its picturesque arbour and it’s slate covered homes façades.

 

Etretat and its renown cliffs

Etretat is a charming small seaside resort town, known for its spectacular cliffs of white chalks. Walks are available along the cliff on the seaside in either side of the city. Gustave Flaubert and Guy de Maupassant used to enjoy this town. Maurice Leblanc took residence in the city and contributed to the myth of the place in the adventures of Arsène Lupin called « L’aiguille creuse ».

 

Jumiège, the monastery and the fruit valley

Jumièges is a city located on the Seine River where fruits and vegetables grow in abundance, and is also known for its small owners who sell the harvest of they gardens on the border of the streets to tourists passing by. You can also visit the remains of the Saint Pierre monastery, one of the oldest Benedictine monastery in Normandy.

 

For more information’s on sightseeing, or things to do in Normandy, please refer to the following link Normandie Tourisme