Spend a night in France's smallest house
Bayeux – a concentration of originality: spend a night on the banks of the Aure in France's smallest house.
on the Banks of the River Aure in Bayeux...
Looking for a way to surprise your sweetheart? Then book a few nights in the Tour de l'Islet, the smallest house in France. An unpretentious yet decidedly cosy address on the banks of the River Aure. The smallest house in France is in fact the former lock keeper's house. Its 19sq. yards of originality overlook the Aure, the river that runs through Bayeux. Shower room, small living room and a bedroom upstairs are what comprise this atypical and well organised dwelling. Located in the town centre, a stay in France's smallest house is the ideal opportunity to discover Bayeux's treasure on foot (Bayeux Tapestry, Cathedral...). Would you like to know more about this original address? Then simply chat with its owners: they will be delighted to share their passion for history and for their home town!
Treat yourself to lunch "Chez Paulette" at 44 rue des Cuisiniers in Bayeux: a small vintage-style restaurant in true seventies style.
One-night rental available, lounge/kitchenette and a shower room with WC on the ground floor and a bedroom with queen-size bed on the upper floor. Certified Clévacances holiday rental.
- From 99 € to 150 €
Rates for one night for 2 guests:
Validité : All year round during 2017