The Historical Building

Here we are in the main building of the Landemer.  The bedrooms face either the sea or Urville-Nacqueville beach, offering an ever breath-taking and rare view.  They are spread throughout the ground, first and second floors.  A lift and staircase allow easy access, as well as direct access to the lounge and restaurant.  They are named after celebrities linked to the Landemer: Boris Vian, Edith Piaf and Marcel Cerdan, Alexandre Fontanes, Françoise Sagan, Claude Monet.

The rooms vary in size from 17 to 25 m². 

Located in the longère area, four cruise ship cabins with terrace.

For sea lovers, you can’t get any closer than in these four rooms to feeling you’re on board a ship, in a luxury cabin, complete with yacht-style bathroom, which acts to accentuate this feeling. The large bay window opens onto the private wooden terrace. Just in front, the sea. To the East, Fermanville lighthouse. To the West, Omonville-la-Rogue. Christened Normandie, France, Lusitania and Queen Mary. They adjoin in pairs (ideal for a family, with the added benefit of an even larger terrace). The “longère” is a separate building belonging to the hotel. It is situated about 20 meters from the historical building, facing the sea.

All of them have a 12 m² private terrace in addition to the 20m2 room.