Reply to "Agritourism Bed and Breakfast in Normandy"

I imagine there's a real difference between staying on the Mont, compared to staying near the Mont.  Yes, you'd give up the view but could always make the trek to get a photo at the appropriate hour, then go back.  I was there some years ago and we had no plan regarding where we'd stay.  It was off-season so we weren't worried.  We found a very modest, friendly hotel on the main street as it begins it's climb, with a view of the cobblestones below and it was perfect.  But then, under the circumstances, I think anyplace would have been perfect, I was so enthralled with the place.

 

It simply depends on your priorities, of course.  There were a couple of posh accommodations and the rest were modest.  I suspect, if you make an early decision, you'll be able to find an affordable room on the Mont.  I like to be inside some experiences, observe others from a distance.  In this case, I'd again choose within.

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