Book an affordable hotel in Yvetot for your business trips or holidays with family or friends in Yvetot. Take the time to discover a unique heritage and numerous local products during your stay in an affordable room at B&B Hotel. The Eglise Saint-Pierre and the Manoir du Fay are just steps away from your hotel room. Feel like getting a breath of fresh air? Your affordable room is only 30 minutes from the coast.
Are you passing through Yvetot, for business or for pleasure? Enjoy the beauty of the city by staying in our affordable hotel in Yvetot. When you choose the B&B Hotel, you are choosing an affordable, comfortable hotel.
Staying at our B&B Hôtel Yvetot, you will enjoy a friendly welcome and free, unlimited Wi-Fi. All our rooms are equipped with a flat-screen television with access to TV Numéricble and, of course, a high-quality mattress to ensure you get a good night’s sleep.
Our system of soundproofing ensures you will have a calm, peaceful night. The private bathroom has a toilet, sink and shower: everything you need for a pleasant stay in Yvetot. In the morning, you can enjoy a hearty breakfast to start your day on the right foot: a sweet and savoury breakfast buffet with all your favourite brands.
This hotel with parking makes it easy to find somewhere to leave your car. You will be charged a small additional fee, and your car will spend the night in a secure parking lot. Are you looking for a hotel that accepts cats and dogs? B&B in Yvetot has just what you need! For only a few extra euros, you can travel with your pet and feel right at home.
Yvetot got its start in the 14th or 15th centuries; historians don’t entirely agree on this point. The lords of Yvetot were known as “kings”. Until the 19th century, the city is a stronghold of commerce and is notably a major producer of cotton. Completely destroyed in 1940 by the German army, the city of Yvetot was rebuilt in a pleasant, classical style. Known even today as the “capital of the Caux country”, this charming city with more than 10,000 inhabitants is the birthplace of comedian, author and writer Serge Reggiani.
Located just 30 minutes from Yvetot, the magnificent landscapes and historic windmills of the Durdent Valley offer a chance for unforgettable outings. You can also visit the water wheels of Veules les Roses, one of Normandy’s most beautiful villages, which is criss-crossed by France’s smallest river.
A walk on the beach
Nearby our affordable B&B hotel in Yvetot, you can discover beautiful beaches at the foot of the white chalk cliffs of the Alabaster Coast, where you can enjoy a breathtaking view. The Caux coastline is a Natura 2000-listed site.
A walk through the neighbourhoods of Yvetot
Enjoy a self-guided tour through this city, which was completely rebuilt after World War II, and discover its particular architecture and the Eglise Saint-Pierre, home to Europe’s largest stained glass window.
Every Wednesday and Saturday, local shops and farmers offer organic products at the Yvetot market.
From your hotel, you can also organise a visit to the city’s different cultural and historical sites. Yvetot originated in the 14th or 15th century. Up until the 19th century, the city was a stronghold of commerce and in particular a major producer of cotton. Destroyed in 1940 by the German army, the city of Yvetot was rebuilt in a pleasant, classical style. Known even today as the “capital of the Caux country”, this charming city with more than 10,000 inhabitants is the birthplace of comedian, author and writer Serge Reggiani. There’s plenty to tempt you to come enjoy an affordable stay in Yvetot.
Each year since 2009, the city has hosted the Festival Nomade YVETOT each August, during which you can discover artists with diverse influences from South America by way of the Carribbean.
You can also attend performances, plays and conferences at the “Les Vikings” Cultural Centre.