Premiere Classe Bayeux

Chemin de la Gambette, Bayeux, France

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    Basic but Good

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    Spent 3 nights here and used as a base for touring local area, rooms rather small, you wouldnt want to spend all day in there, local railway station short walk away, Bayeux town center a bit of a walk.

    Unique Quality: well priced

    Directions: on the edge of town

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Forum Posts

Re; Family Home Hostel, Bayeux, France

by joancon5

Does Mme LaFevre still serve dinners as well as breakfast? My husband, two children, and I visited and stayed at the Family Home in 1998 or 1999 during the first full weekend of July. Not only did we enjoy the wonderful dinners prepared and served by Mme. LaFevre and staff, as well as the Family Home itself - which is made of previous church buildings built in different centuries, but that weekend is the weekend of Bayeux's Renaissance Faire. As it is a true Renaissance town, all enjoyed the food and festivities. Definitely a must do when visiting Normandy!

Re: Re; Family Home Hostel, Bayeux, France

by leics

According to these sites it seems so:

http://www.hostelz.com/hostel/9827-Family-Home-Hostel

http://www.hihostels.com/dba/hostels-Bayeux-020066.en.htm

but the owner may not be the same, of course. I suggest you contact the hostel directly (details on second link) to check.

Travel Tips for Bayeux

Pop into the Tourist Office

by ranger49

There is an excellent Tourist office in Bayeux with the most helpful staff and a very well stocked selection of maps and brochures

It is located on the corner of Rue Foch and Rue St jean/ Pont de Saint Jean in an attractive building - the former Halle des poissons.

http://www.bayeux-tourism.com/

Arbre de la Liberté

by Mikebond

As many other French towns and cities, also Bayeux has its arbre de la Liberté ("Freedom tree"). These trees were planted after the French revolution discarded the ancien régime in 1789 to suggest the begin of a new era. Unfortunately, the following events weren't as propitious as the revolutionaries had hoped: the so-called Reign of Terror led France into one of the darkest times of its history.
However, the arbre de la Liberté has remained the symbol of freedom, democracy, hope and today it is depicted on the 1 and 2 euro French coins.
This picture portrays my mother and I standing close to the tree to show how high it is.

Bayeux as Your Base

by Jmill42

Bayeux serves as a great and logical base to explore the surrounding beaches of Normandie. Many tour companies offer tours at reasonable prices with transportation, so it is not necessary to have your own transportation here. Besides its proximity to all of the beaches, the town of 15,000 is beautiful in its own right. Its narrow, and sometimes, cobblestone streets blend with the streams that course through it.

The town centre

by Mikebond

The centre of Bayeux is very nice. You can see half-timbered houses like the one in the first pic, as well as other beautiful building, such as the hôtel de ville ("town hall"). I liked the streets very much. I remember my parents and I went to the Mass one Sunday around 10 in the morning and they were still empty and clean. Wonderful!

MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL

by jakiline

This huge medieval-smelling market always takes place the first weekend of July:
food and drink to taste , local farm products and barbecues, arts and crafts, music and entertainment, fancy dress parade, Sunday mass in the cathedral like in the old days (no chairs, people in medieval costumes)... books, workshops...

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