Le Chateau de Bricquebec

Located in Bricquebec-en-Cotentin, Le Chateau de Bricquebec is in the historical district, within a 15-minute drive of Brix Church and Regional Cider Museum. This hotel is 8.1 mi (13 km) from Museum of Brandy and Old Trades and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Cidrerie-Distillerie Theo Capelle.Stay in one of ...

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Check-in starts at: 16:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Located in Bricquebec-en-Cotentin, Le Chateau de Bricquebec is in the historical district, within a 15-minute drive of Brix Church and Regional Cider Museum. This hotel is 8.1 mi (13 km) from Museum of Brandy and Old Trades and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Cidrerie-Distillerie Theo Capelle.Stay in one of 17 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters and Frette Italian sheets. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.T...

4 cours du Château - Bricquebec-en-Cotentin, Manche - France - 50260

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Check-in starts at: 16:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Perfect solution for a ferry not going

Reviewed 6 november, 2022

A nice historic site a good room and bathroom, good breakfast and very kind staff. A place to go back too. The view from the room was perfect, too bad there was no dinner when we were there, but in all a good place to stay and sleep

753edwina

Stop over before heading to Ferry at Cherbourg

Reviewed 30 september, 2022

Check in was interesting. Having no idea how to get the car through the electric bollard I walked into the courtyard and entered the Hotel. Having repeatedly pressed a bell I realised that the building was empty. I returned to the car and told my husband who returned with me to the Hotel foyer. We waited for a while until a lady who turned out to be the receptionist, arrived. We were then able to bring the car into the courtyard. We reserved a Superior Double Room (Luxury). The room was clean and typically of the period. It overlooked the courtyard. The restaurant was closed but a choice could be made from a small menu and delivered to the room on a tray. We choose to eat at a lovely local restaurant just yards from the Hotel. We booked Le Relais du Cotentin and found the food to be beautifully cooked and presented. Breakfast was enjoyable and nicely presented.

Belinda F

Lovely Chateau. Disappointing Hotel

Reviewed 25 july, 2020

I only like to be positive here. So I wrote the following comments to the hotel after my stay. Bizarrely I just got an e mail by return simply saying ‘00’ I don’t know what this means. So here is my experience. I booked a night at the chateau as something special during my walk from Granville to Cherbourg. The room was 100 Euro with tax. That is 25 Euro more expensive than any other place I stayed at. The day before my arrival I e mailed to ask when I could arrive. No reply. The morning of my arrival I telephoned to ask. No reply I set off and called again at midday and was told I could check in ‘vers 16h’ I thought that was quite late, but I accepted without comment. I arrived earlier to leave my rucksack so I could explore the town. We agreed I’d be back at 4pm to check in. I arrived back at 4pm to be told the room wasn’t ready. I could wait and was given a free beer. The lady on reception said she didn’t know when my room would be ready. At 4.45pm two cleaners arrived and said my room would be ready in 10 minutes. I finally checked in at 5pm but was told there were no towels. They would be brought to me later. I wanted a shower but waited. I read the WiFi instructions with the pass code on the wall of my room. The log in was wrong. I went downstairs and was told the correct log in. Why was the information in my room wrong? 7pm still no towels. So still no shower. I went out and found the cleaners and asked them to put towels outside my room. I returned at 9.30pm. Still no towels. I went to reception and left a note saying please leave towels outside my room. I woke up the next morning. There were no towels. I did then have a shower, but had nothing to dry myself with. I went down to check out. I was given no real apology. I think there was a comment that the washing machine wasn’t working. I paid 100 Euro for that night. It was my worst stay in Normandy.

davesouthamptonqpr

Impromptu stopover

Reviewed 23 february, 2020

A change of ferry terminal for our return after a week’s skiing turned out to be fortuitous with an overnight stay at Le Château de Bricquebec. We had a warm welcome to this magnificent Château and our room, with a view of the courtyard and ruins, was large and comfortable, as were the beds. What a find! We hope to be back for a proper visit.

petertZ3222XL

Beautiful and comfortable stay in the castle

Reviewed 31 october, 2019

While the room was certainly not five-star type, it was comfortable and spacious, a quadruple double with two queen beds. The rooms are in the main hall of the 14th century castle. And, as expected, you hear the normal creaks and squeaks of the floors and doors. The staff were very friendly and welcoming, some with better English than others, but we managed just fine. Dinner was excellent and breakfast was a typical continental. It was good for a stopover night’s stay, about an hour from the Omaha beach cemetery at Normandy.

Reagan10