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11, route de quettehou



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Description for B&B:

All of the rooms available are located in the Manor House, each offering a unique style: Norman, Medieval, and Louis XV. Wi-Fi is provided. The charming town of CHERBOURG is only a 20-minute drive away. Guests can explore the historic Landing Beaches, located just 18km away, or venture to the breathtaking "Nez de Jobourg," the highest cliffs in Europe, which are situated 30km from the property. The picturesque village of Barfleur, recognized as a "beautiful village of France," is also within close proximity, only 20km away. Additionally, guests can visit the magnificent Vauban towers in St Vaast la Hougue (UNESCO) and explore the nearby "Ile de Tatihou," which are both located just 15km away.

Description for Gite

We offer three charming guest rooms in our gite: one spacious en suite room on the ground floor, perfect for two guests, and two cozy rooms upstairs that can accommodate either two or three people.


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Take RN 13 and exit at Valognes towards Quettehou (D902) as indicated by the signs.



Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 105 105 30 oui
(3 pers.)
2 105 oui




  • Sainte-Mère-Église: Located approximately 12 km away, this historic village is famous for being the first town liberated by paratroopers during the D-Day invasion in World War II. Visitors can explore the Airborne Museum and the iconic church with a parachute-clad mannequin hanging from its tower.
  • Utah Beach D-Day Museum: Situated about 18 km from Tamerville, this museum commemorates the D-Day landings on Utah Beach. It features a comprehensive collection of artifacts, exhibits, and personal stories that provide insight into the largest amphibious invasion in history.
  • Cité de la Mer: Situated in Cherbourg, around 19 km away, this fascinating maritime museum offers interactive exhibits and displays that explore the depths of the ocean, underwater exploration, and the history of nuclear submarines. Visitors can even step inside a decommissioned submarine.
  • La Maison du Biscuit: Located approximately 22 km from Tamerville, this charming biscuit shop and museum in Sortosville-en-Beaumont is a paradise for sweet treat enthusiasts. Explore the history of traditional Normandy biscuits and indulge in a variety of delicious baked goods.
  • Château de Bricquebec: Situated about 26 km away, this medieval castle in Bricquebec offers a glimpse into the region's history. Visitors can wander through the well-preserved ruins, climb the towers for panoramic views, and learn about the castle's role in local feudal conflicts.
  • Cap de la Hague: Located around 30 km from Tamerville, this rugged headland offers breathtaking coastal scenery and picturesque hiking trails. Visitors can explore the dramatic cliffs, visit the lighthouse, and enjoy the peacefulness of the surrounding nature.
  • Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial: Situated approximately 35 km away in Colleville-sur-Mer, this memorial honors the American soldiers who fought and died during the D-Day landings. The beautifully maintained cemetery provides a serene and reflective atmosphere for visitors paying their respects.
  • Bayeux Tapestry: Located about 70 km from Tamerville, the Bayeux Tapestry is a remarkable historical artifact that depicts the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. Visitors can marvel at the intricate embroidery and learn about this important piece of medieval history.
  • Mont Saint-Michel: Situated approximately 130 km away, this UNESCO World Heritage site stands on a rocky island and is one of France's most iconic landmarks. The abbey and medieval village attract millions of visitors each year, offering stunning architecture and breathtaking views. 10. The D-Day Landing beaches: Stretching along the Normandy coast, the D-Day Landing beaches are a series of historic sites that played a significant role in the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944. Visitors can explore Omaha Beach, Juno Beach, Gold Beach, Sword Beach, and Utah Beach, each with its own memorial and museum.