La Merveille Bed & Breakfast
La Merveille is the ideal location if you intend to explore Normandy. Located near Avranches in the small commune of Le Luot, this old but beautifully restored barn can welcome you all year round for your holiday, a week-end or maybe just for a single night.
Located a few kilometers to the North-East of Avranches in the small village of Le Luot, we provide a convenient base for visiting the many popular places in Normandy, including Mt St Michel, the D-Day Beaches, and Port Granville.
Our 7 bedrooms can comfortbaly sleep 27 persons. We offer double rooms, twin rooms and some large family rooms, where up to 6 people can sleep (2 adults and 4 children).
Guests are welcome to relax with a book in the spacious lounge or sit and watch television. There are a selection of indoor games including a pool table, table football and air hockey. If you need the Internet a Wi-Fi connexion is available to all the rooms.
The garden is also at your disposal, with its swimming pool, petanque piste, trampolines and picnic benches.
The rooms at La Merveille are of varying size and we are sure that there will be one that meets your particular needs. We provide double rooms (1 double bed), twin rooms (2 single beds), and also the very popular family rooms (1 double bed and from 1 to 4 singles), where the children can sleep safely in an adjoining room.
All our rooms have en suite bathrooms, with shower, toilets and washbasin.
We provide the opportunity for you to book the whole house for one or several nights. Whether it is to celebrate a party (birthday, anniversary) or for a group or family holiday, you are welcome to bring your friends to La Merveille. We can accommodate up to 29 people. Both the garden and house are at your disposal. The main lounge and our large kitchen is also available throughout the day for your use. If you prefer to let us do the cooking, we can provide you with breakfast, or even prepare your evening meals.
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This page was last updated: 17 October 2010