Many travelers visiting the D-Day memorials and museums in Normandy, France, make the small town of Bayeux their home base; many make their stay inHotel Churchill. It's easy to see why--the owners and their staff are the friendliest around.
With a broad smile, witty sense of humor, and over-the-top hospitality, Rima Hebert welcomes you as if she were inviting you into her home. She takes great care to ensure your stay is comfortable and enjoyable. Whatever you want, ask for it. Rima will do everything within her power to accommodate.
With so much to see in and around Bayeux, it's tempting to quickly rush out each morning after breakfast (and some of the best coffee in France!). If at all possible, hang around for a while. Rima is full of stories depicting life in Bayeux during WWII times. Her husband, Francois (originally from Bayeux), collects WWII memorabilia and owns a WWII jeep. No doubt, he'd take you for a ride! You will quickly pass several hours in fascinating and invigorating conversation, and most likely walk away with a new friend--as I did.
Hotel Churchill is located on Rue Saint Jean and is within walking distance of the town's two major sites: the Cathedral and the Tapestry.