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Tailor-Made Normandy

Normandy 7 nights Price from £1,380 per person

Starting in the historic port city of Cherbourg, this seven-night holiday encompasses the coastline of Normandy, from the landing beaches around Arromanches, as far as Le Havre in the east. This region formed the strategic landing zone for the Allied forces on D-Day, but it is also the countryside which inspired the Impressionists, and whose lush pastures still yield delicious produce, from cream, butter and an array of fromage to fresh seafood, salt-marsh lamb and Calvados. Stay for three nights at the elegant Château La Chenevière, which was commandeered by both sides during WWII, before continuing to the glamorous beach resort of Deauville, close to picturesque Honfleur, where Monet, Sisley and Boudin all spent time.

Prices from £1,380 per person to include car ferry from Portsmouth Cherbourg, 3 nights at the Château la Chenevière, 4 nights at Normandy Barriere in Deauville and ferry from Le Havre to Portsmouth


• The excellent D-Day Museum at Arromanches at the heart of the Allied landing beaches
• The astonishing Bayeux Tapestry, all 68 metres of which is on display in a dedicated museum in the town
• Honfleur’s charming cobbled streets and attractive harbour lined with restaurants and cafés
• Stylish boutiques, sandy beaches and the 1920s boardwalk in Deauville

What's included

...when you travel with Kirker

  • Three nights at the Château La Cheneviere with breakfast
  • Four nights at Normandy Barriere in Deauville with breakfast
  • Ferry from Portsmouth to Cherbourg & Le Havre to Portsmouth
  • The services of the Kirker Concierge
  • Kirker's Guide Notes to restaurants, museums and sightseeing


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7 nights from £1,380 per person.

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Normandy, France, Europe

The 18th Century Château La Cheneveire had a major role to play as a forward command post for the German and subsequently British armies in World War II due to its location on the main road from Bayeux to Arromanches.

Normandy, France, Europe

Built in 1912 in typical Norman half-timbered style, on the main Boulevard Cornuche but surrounded by lawns and courtyards, the Normandy Barriere offers a less formal atmosphere than the Royal, its sister hotel. Children are given special attention with the kids’ club and the adult-free restaurant operating every day during school holidays.

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