The French House, Normandy experience is pretty unique. Imagine a home away from home with a rambling, wooded garden and a twisting stream. Then imagine it sits next to a tiny church, too old to stand but loved by the villagers who place fresh flowers on the graves of their ancestors. Now imagine this sits…
When James comes home I’ve been known to beg for one of his omelettes. Now in Normandy together, I have a hankering for the scrumptious egg dish for ‘brinner’. You know, the meal between brunch and dinner (thank you, it’s all my own work). We head off to the market of Honfleur to get the…
Eating out in Normandy is a wonderfully homely experience. Here are 3 brilliant restaurants for you to try. Brunch, lunch and dinner in Northern Normandy sorted.
Honfleur is magical. It’s almost timeless. You can gaze above the heads of the locals and tourists and it’s as if nothing has changed. Perhaps that’s what is so special about churches. There’s something peaceful about time standing still, even for a moment.
Honfleur Normandy is a beautiful port, where the historic little houses snuggle up along the quay sides. Along side the galleries and churches mouthwatering morsels and tempting tipples are there to indulge your tastebuds.
A stroll around Honfleur is like stepping onto a film set. You can hardly point the camera in a bad direction. Tall wooden houses with slate roofs are viewed through masts and ropes of the boats harboured there. Food markets, cafes and shops stuffed full of local produce are all part of it’s delights.