Talma room reservation at Bec-Hellouin
The Talma room is a beautiful 17m2 room overlooking the village square with a view of the Abbey Tower.
The floor is an old oak parquet floor and the woodwork in farrow ball paint. The mahogany furnishings and works of art are in the Return of Egypt Empire style. The lampshades and wall lights have been designed and made to measure. The bed has a fabric-covered headboard. The bathroom wall decor is red jouy style wallpaper with low wood paneling painted in farrow ball paint. The vanity unit is a mahogany chest of drawers with a cararre marble top. The faucet is in chrome finish. The bathroom window overlooks the garden
Prix : 105€ par nuit, petit déjeuner compris.
Continental breakfasts will be served in the kitchen or living room and depending on the season on the terrace.
Between Rouen, Lisieux, Deauville and Paris in a green landscape of groves and apple trees, Le Bec-Hellouin is a typical village of Normandy in the Eure department with colorful half-timbered houses and flowery balconies. It takes its name from the stream that borders it and from the founder of its famous abbey which, together with the Benedictine monastery, testifies to the intense religious activity of the site.
Le Bec-Hellouin is officially one of the most beautiful villages in France. It received the Label "The most beautiful villages of France".