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  • Caen Hotel B&B
  • 16/12/201917/12/2019
  • 1 room , 1 adult
  • 1 room , 1 guest

B&B Hotel in Caen

, 2 hotels

Discover our affordable hotels in Caen, and dive into the heart of a city with an exceptional heritage: architecture, memorials and landing beaches; the city of a hundred steeples will leave you nothing but impressed. Whether you’re staying for a few days or are just on your way to England, you’ll love the comfort of our rooms: try out one of our two B&B hotels in Caen.

Book your stay in Caen

For your accommodation in Caen, book a room with B&B! Located at the crossroads of the Odon and Orne, between the Norman Bocage, Pays d'Auge and Pays-de-la-Loire, the city of William the Conqueror is home to an exceptional heritage. Caen is a green city that’s an ideal destination for those who love nature and are looking for a relaxing stay in Basse-Normandie.

Where to stay in Caen?

Our best hotels in Caen

What are you waiting for? Book your hotel in Caen today! B&B Hotel Caen Memorial or B&B Hotel Caen Sud! We have two hotels to welcome you in Caen. A warm welcome, free WiFi so you can stay connected and surf the internet during your stay, a flat-screen TV and delicious breakfasts. You’ll enjoy your stay in your hotel in Caen.

Coming to Normandy to explore and visit? Our B&B hotel in Caen Memorial is the place to stay for the night! Just 500m from the famous Caen Memorial, this affordable hotel in Caen will allow you to walk there, and right at the start of the day if you so wish! To vary your visits, you’ll be glad to be just 5km from the city center of Caen and the Parc des Expositions. Our hotel in Caen is easily accessible, close to SNCF train station and theN814, which provides access to the A13 and A84 motorways.

Looking to enjoy Normandy for a couple of days? Our two-star B&B Caen Sud hotel is ideally located. At just a few minutes from the A13 and the train station, it is easily accessible. And for visiting the city, the city center of Caen is conveniently just 6 km away! You can visit the medieval town, the historic center, or even the Caen Memorial: our affordable hotel is close to many tourist attractions.

Don’t delay - book your affordable hotel in Caen today!

Visit Caen

A small agglomeration during the Gallo-Roman era, Caen began to develop in the seventh century. In the 10th century, following the invasions, the duchy of Normandy began to flourish. This position only became stronger under the reign of William the Conqueror, who decided to fully transform the city of Caen. It is indeed there that he decided to establish the seat of his power. For 30 years, the city was under English occupation. The so-called "Norman Athens" was renowned throughout the region up until the industrial era, in 1857. Caen suffered immense damage during the Second World War, with nearly twenty years being needed to rebuild it. Major roads were created after the war to facilitate access to the city center. Haussmannian-styled buildings were constructed.

Rich with over three centuries of history, the Jardin des Plantes will win over the hearts of all nature lovers! There are nearly 8000 floral species spread out over the 5000 m². You can also take advantage of your stay to take a stroll in the Floral Park of the Bird Hill, the Parc Michel d'Ornano, a lovely French garden that was part of the Abbaye-aux-Dames. City-slickers can stroll along the marina and the canal.

Caen’s heritage is very rich: don’t miss the Ducal Castle, which houses theMuseum of Normandy as well as the Museum of Fine Arts. There are also a number of religious buildings such as the Abbaye-aux-Hommes (today the seat of the Town Hall) and the Abbaye-aux-Dames, which houses the tomb of Mathilde of Flanders, the wife of Guillaume the Conqueror. Lastly, the most famous museum in Normandy is probably the Memorial of Caen, which traces the history of the twentieth century and more notably the landing beaches.

Among the major events not to be missed are the Rétrofestival, which brings together every year in June hundreds of exceptional vehicles, and the Nördik Impakt Festival, the festival of electronic and independent cultures in October. Each year, the World Equestrian Games are held in Caen at the end of the summer.

To discover this Norman city more deeply and further enjoy its rich heritage with friends or family, book one of our affordable hotels in Caen.