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“This discreetly luxurious property has an endearing friendliness that makes it much more than just a hotel. We offer our guests a chance to experience château life. Its soul and grandeur make this a magical place, where a history that stretches back to the 11th century comes back to life. Guests can enjoy a 4-star property that respects the original and listed architecture of a historic monument and discover the art of living à la française. In an 18th-century setting, they can take advantage of all the comforts of the 21st century. "
A few miles away from the Château d'Audrieu, step back in time and experience the raw emotion of D-Day. On 6 June 1944, American, Canadian and British troops landed on Normandy's beaches to free France from Germany's deathly grip. Arromanches, Juno Beach (Courseulles-sur-mer) and Omaha Beach are just some of the beaches made famous by this devastating event. An unmissable stop-off and a crucial chapter in French history.
The Caen memorial is a tribute to France's history. Sweeping exhibition spaces explore key events of the 20th century such as WWII, the Invasion of Normandy and the Holocaust. A fusion of memory and high emotion, the Caen Memorial is an essential part of any trip to Normandy.
A unique piece of Roman art, the 11th-century Bayeux Tapestry depicts 58 scenes across cloth measuring 70 meters wide and 50 centimeters high. The embroidery illustrates the Norman conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066, with a total of nearly 650 different characters, monuments and animals. The tapestry is a precious slice of history and a testament to Franco-English relations.
"Nestled in the heart of Calvados, the Château d’Audrieu is the ideal place for a gastronomic journey. Rich in culinary and agricultural specialities, discover delicious and varied produce. Our apples, the basis for our cider and Calvados, are the very best to be found anywhere. Our milk comes about thanks to the expertise of our producers and the passion that drives them as they rear their Normandy cattle. Sample produce made from this milk, such as butter, cream, livarot (the oldest cheese in Normandy) and Pont-l’Évêque. The Normandy coastline is equally rich in seafood: it is the leading region for scallop fishing, the biggest producer of Pacific oysters, and also produces mussels. The region has plenty to offer".
“My thirst for discovering new things coupled with my exciting career alongside top Michelin-starred chefs allows me to offer a cuisine that is both simple and delicious. By showcasing the flavours of the huge range of products from Normandy and vegetables from the château’s kitchen garden, I want to offer everyone who comes to eat at “Le Séran” a unique experience. "
Do you like staying in places that are out of the ordinary? Does a night in a hotel have to be all about originality as far as you’re concerned? Why not stay up in the tree tops? With a surface area of 25 m², a terrace and a bathroom with tub, this sky-high suite offers exceptional views of the English gardens at the Château d’Audrieu. An experience that combines luxury with the extraordinary!