13th-century fortified stronghold filled with rustic charm and modern comfort. Close to the D-Day landing beaches.
Step through the narrow arch into the vast courtyard of the Ferme de la Rançonnière, a medieval stone dwelling in the Norman countryside. Close to the coast. This former fortified stronghold, turned working farm then boutique hotel offers 35 rustic rooms, a traditional restaurant and a cosy bar. Inside, ore and exposed beams, honey-coloured limestone walls and reassuring roaring fires ooze with Norman history.
The Ferme de la Rançonnière is perfect for a slow holiday in Normandy, strolling from historical towns to the D-Day landing beaches. And through delightful countryside, too.
Open year round.
Double rooms start from 70 € per night. Use the calendar to find the rate and availability on a specific date and to book online.
The location. The Ferme de la Rançonnière in Crépon, Calvados, is an ideal base to visit the D-Day landing beaches (Arromanches-les-Bains is just 3 miles away), but not only. The historical towns of Bayeux, Caen and Cabourg are within easy reach. While the Flowery Coast (Deauville, Honfleur) and the Cotentin salt marches are just a one-hour drive from the hotel.
Rooms: 35 rooms.
Facilities: Tennis court, table tennis, bicycle rental, garden.
Cultural exploration, Family holidays, Village feel, Yoga retreat
Beach Nearby, Countryside, Hills
Biking, Tennis Court