La Mare Bed & Breakfast.
We pride ourselves on large comfortable bedrooms. We have a residents dining room and lounge with a T.V at your disposal, and for those who canít leave work totally a WIFI connection.
From a couple on your own or a family group we are happy to provide accommodation for up to 10 adults, plus cot and bed settee!
You will be served a continental breakfast, which will include fresh eggs from our free range hens and goats cheese that is made at La Mare with the milk of our friendly goats.
We can also offer a homemade 4 course evening meal made with local produce on request and special diets catered for.
Animals welcome and return paperwork for pet passports organised at no extra charge.
Although we are in a rural situation we have a nightclub close by, open Fri and Sat nights and they cater for the family from under 18s to the over 60s very different to the UK club scene It starts to warm up at about 11pm and closes when the sun comes up!!!
The area offers a variety of sports and past times Fishing, Karting, cycling, ice skating, swimming and even flying lessons,
La Mare is situated on the outskirts of a typical Norman village and we have a typical Bar Tabac, this is walking distance and they provide a fantastic fixed price menu at mid-day, with drinks.
We have ample private parking in the courtyard and some under cover for motorcycles.
La Mare is located on the west coast on the Normandy peninsilar , just a 5km drive to the beaches at Staint Germain in full view of the Channel Island of Jersey. A daily ferry is available fron the port at Barneville/Carteret to all the islands.
To the north the port of Cherbourg 45mins, and to the south Mont Saint Michel 1hr 30mins. D Day beaches to the norh east, Utah is the nearest 40mins and Saint marie eglise about the same. Pegasus bridge and museum is a must to visit 70mins. and take in the tapistry at Bayeux on the way 55mins.
50430 Angoville sur Ay
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This page was last updated: 25 January 2011