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This scenic region of France is a cornucopia of history, encompassing the full diversity of France. Named after the Danish settlers who arrived during the 9th Century, Normandy is a unique region, even having its own historic dialect.

Holiday lettings here are large and homely, surrounded by blossoming gardens and rolling countryside in locations near the sea. Beautiful Normandy holiday cottages offer visitors a plethora of local attractions to explore. Stay in a traditional gite to have an authentic experience.

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House  Bernières-sur-Mer
9 Nov - 16 Nov
-9%
£89
£81 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Wonderful House in Bernières-Sur-Mer with Garden, Terrace & Barbecue

Bernières-sur-Mer, Calvados, Normandy
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House  Courseulles-sur-Mer
9 Nov - 16 Nov
-56%
£150
£67 per night
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Holiday Home in Courseulles-Sur-Mer with Garden & Terrace

Courseulles-sur-Mer, Calvados, Normandy
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House  Brachy
4 Jan - 11 Jan
£169 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Brachy with Pool, Terrace & Barbecue + Great Views

4.0
Very good (10 ratings)
Brachy, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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Holiday homes and cottages with a garden

Aiming to enjoy time outside during your stay in Normandy? Book a holiday home with a garden for your trip. See our range of accommodation with gardens and find a holiday rental today - al-fresco dining, lawn games and outdoor fun with friends, family and pets await!

Chalet  Le Tréport
5 Oct - 12 Oct
-20%
£43
£35 per night
Chalet ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Chalet in Le Tréport with Garden & Terrace

4.3
Very good (18 ratings)
Le Tréport, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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Caravan  Ouistreham
5 Oct - 12 Oct
-24%
£75
£58 per night
Caravan ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Mobile Home in Ouistreham with Pool, Garden & Terrace

4.8
Outstanding (8 ratings)
Ouistreham, Calvados, Normandy
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Caravan  Ouistreham
7 Sept - 14 Sept
£51 per night
Caravan ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Wonderful Mobile Home in Ouistreham with Terrace, Garden & Pool

3.9
Good (22 ratings)
Ouistreham, Calvados, Normandy
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Best holiday homes with a patio or terrace

Want to admire Normandy's vistas from the comfort of a holiday apartment, or enjoy private outside space while staying in a Normandy holiday home? Take a look at our top lettings with balconies and patios in Normandy and find the perfect accommodation for your stay.

Chalet  Le Tréport
12 Oct - 19 Oct
-54%
£75
£35 per night
Chalet ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Nice Chalet in Le Tréport with Terrace & Garden

4.3
Very good (18 ratings)
Le Tréport, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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Caravan  Dives-sur-Mer
21 Sept - 28 Sept
-57%
£76
£33 per night
Caravan ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Wonderful Mobile Home in Dives-Sur-Mer with Barbecue, Garden & Terrace

3.8
Good (11 ratings)
Dives-sur-Mer, Calvados, Normandy
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House  Denneville
8 Jun - 15 Jun
-8%
£90
£83 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Denneville with Garden, Barbecue & Terrace

Denneville, Manche, Normandy
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House Créances
14 Dec - 21 Dec
-20%
£169
£135 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Nice Holiday Home in Créances with Pleasant Garden

5.0
Outstanding (31 ratings)
Créances, Manche, Normandy
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Apartment Courseulles-sur-Mer
22 Jun - 29 Jun
-34%
£63
£42 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Holiday Apartment in Courseulles-Sur-Mer

Courseulles-sur-Mer, Calvados, Normandy
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Apartment Cabourg
14 Sept - 21 Sept
-48%
£90
£47 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Flat in Cabourg

3.4
(17 ratings)
Cabourg, Calvados, Normandy
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Apartment Courseulles-sur-Mer
14 Jun - 21 Jun
-4%
£53
£51 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cosy Flat in Courseulles-Sur-Mer

Courseulles-sur-Mer, Calvados, Normandy
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House Saint-Germain-sur-Ay
28 Sept - 5 Oct
-20%
£109
£87 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Lovely House in Saint-Germain-Sur-Ay with Large Terrace

4.6
Excellent (18 ratings)
Saint-Germain-sur-Ay, Manche, Normandy
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Apartment Trouville-sur-Mer
15 Feb - 22 Feb
-46%
£152
£82 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Flat in Trouville-Sur-Mer + Beautiful View + Next to Beach

4.4
Very good (53 ratings)
Trouville-sur-Mer, Calvados, Normandy
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House Haudricourt
8 Jun - 15 Jun
-28%
£186
£134 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Haudricourt with Wooden Terrace + Beautiful View

4.0
Very good (6 ratings)
Haudricourt, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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House Quiberville
5 Oct - 12 Oct
£77 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Lovely House in Quiberville with Garden & Barbecue + Beach Nearby

4.8
Outstanding (95 ratings)
Quiberville, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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House Appeville
21 Sept - 28 Sept
-20%
£100
£80 per night
House ∙ 7 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Appeville with Barbecue, Garden & Terrace

Appeville, Manche, Normandy
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House La Meauffe
21 Sept - 28 Sept
-45%
£180
£99 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Comfortable Holiday Home in La Meauffe with Barbecue, Garden & Pool

4.3
Very good (12 ratings)
La Meauffe, Manche, Normandy
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Chalet Le Tréport
20 Jul - 27 Jul
£83 per night
Chalet ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Pleasant Chalet in Le Tréport with Garden & Terrace

4.3
Very good (18 ratings)
Le Tréport, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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Caravan Saint-Jouin-Bruneval
8 Jun - 15 Jun
£40 per night
Caravan ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Mobile Home in Saint-Jouin-Bruneval with Garden & Terrace

4.5
Excellent (17 ratings)
Saint-Jouin-Bruneval, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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Budget-friendly Holiday Homes in Normandy

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Chalet Le Tréport
5 Oct - 12 Oct
-62%
£71
£28 per night
Chalet ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Chalet in Le Tréport with Garden & Terrace

4.3
Very good (19 ratings)
Le Tréport, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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House Les Moitiers-d'Allonne
29 Jun - 6 Jul
-8%
£68
£62 per night
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Les Moitiers-D\'allonne with Garden & Terrace

Les Moitiers-d'Allonne, Manche, Normandy
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Chalet Fécamp
1 Jun - 8 Jun
-40%
£97
£59 per night
Chalet ∙ 2 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Chalet in Fécamp with Terrace & Garden

3.9
Good (93 ratings)
Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, Normandy
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House Anneville-sur-Mer
26 Apr - 3 May
-47%
£140
£74 per night
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Anneville-Sur-Mer with Terrace, Garden & Barbecue + Close to Beach

4.6
Excellent (37 ratings)
Anneville-sur-Mer, Manche, Normandy
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Apartment Barneville-Carteret
21 Sept - 28 Sept
-8%
£88
£80 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Flat in Barneville-Carteret

5.0
Outstanding (1 rating)
Barneville-Carteret, Manche, Normandy
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House Corbon
15 Jun - 22 Jun
-30%
£198
£138 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Holiday Home in Corbon with Pool, Barbecue & Garden + Panoramic View

4.7
Excellent (43 ratings)
Corbon, Calvados, Normandy
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Normandy

  • Pool (6,546)
  • Pet-friendly (8,700)
  • WiFi (41,144)
  • Parking (5,186)
  • Garden (27,081)
  • TV (42,568)
  • Kitchen (37,664)
  • Grill (16,399)
  • Washing machine (24,888)
  • Dishwasher (20,676)
  • Hot tub (1,994)
  • Balcony/patio (28,407)

The above filters will help you find the perfect holiday rental in Normandy. In Normandy, 37,169 properties include TV. Consequently, if you want to tune out with some TV time, select the TV filter to compare these properties. Three features that aren't common are Hot tub, Sauna and Pool.

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Holiday Letting Price Information in Normandy

We summarised price data in the graph above to give you more insights as to accommodation costs in Normandy. £139 is the highest average price throughout the year ahead. Prices drop in March to an average of £92 per night (15/03 – 22/03).

Rental availability information in Normandy

The availability graph shows the percentage of available lettings in Normandy. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in January (11/01 – 18/01). More properties are available during one week of September (07/09 – 14/09), when the booking rate is only 29%.

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Above are the weather conditions for Normandy. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 24°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. According to the climate diagram, March is the rainiest month of the year in Normandy.

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Accommodation options for your holiday in Normandy

In Normandy, house rentals are the most typical accommodation type. The median nightly price of house rentals there is £182, and their size, on average, is 110 m². Moreover, this specific type of lodging is usually excellent for large groups, since most of the house rentals are able to host groups of 7. Travellers who would prefer something other than a house rentals can, with HomeToGo's top selection, discover the perfect apartment rental for them. This property type is the second most popular accommodation option in Normandy. These properties cost £107 per night, on average, and have an average size of 45 m².
Where to find the best food in Normandy?

What to Eat on your Normandy Holiday

Normandy doesn't disappoint when it comes to culinary delights. Drop by at Le Pily for their seafood and meat dishes. La Petite Auberge provides a homely ambience and serves delicious French fare made with the local farm produce.

Dig into some scrumptious dishes at Chef Giles Tournadre's 2 Michelin-star restaurant, Gill, where local products are used for preparing exotic pan-Asian cuisine and creating unique combinations that will take you to seventh heaven.

La Rapière offers an interesting array of terrines, duck, and veal served with Camembert cheese. Roast meat, seafood sourced from the nearby coast, kaffir-lime vinaigrettes, and hazelnut tempura are some of the exotic delicacies that La Fleur de Sel rustles up.

What are the top sights in Normandy?

What to See in Normandy

Mont Saint-Michel, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage site tops the lists of attractions in Normandy. Rising out of the sea, its 100m-high spires are a sight to behold. It's also a popular pilgrimage site and a fascinating place. You can enjoy some spellbinding views of the region from the terrace of the Abbey in the West facade.

Followers of Impressionist art should visit Claude Monet’s residence in Giverny. Monet’s Garden will not fail to mesmerise you with its natural garden layout, which had been an inspiration for Monet’s creativity.

Set in Mue Valley, in the lower parts of Normandy, the Chateau de Fontaine Henry traces its history to the 13th century. Some of the most famous works of Renaissance artists can be viewed here. The captivating beauty of the surrounding park adds a special charm to the chateau.

What are the best activities for families in Normandy?

Enjoying French life with children

A visit to the Bayeux Tapestry is an interesting and educational trip with children, many of whom will have heard of it in school. There is also a historicaly themed amusement park, Festyland and the de Champrepus zoo.There is also the opportunity to board a submarine turned museum at Cite de la Mer.

Where are the unique attractions in Normandy?

In the north of France is Normandy, a region arguably without equal in terms of beauty. Strictly speaking, Normandy is divided into Haute Normandie and Basse-Normandie, which is also often referred to as Southern Normandy. Both regions have a unique charm and attract numerous tourists every year. Whether for bathing at the 373 miles long coast or for cultural sightseeing in the UNESCO city of Le Havre: there is always enough variety, and a fresh breeze from the sea is free of charge. Normandy is one of the few regions in France that, although developed for tourism, is not completely taken over by mass tourism. And so there is a large number of vacation apartments or guesthouses that can be booked throughout the year.

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Facts and figures about Normandy

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Normandy is one of the most beautiful spots in France. If you haven't been there before, we've summarized some numbers for you here

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  • Normandy claims 5% of the total land area
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  • 3.2 million people live in Normandy
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Sights and attractions

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There are numerous attractions and sights in Normandy. If you especially appreciate the vastness of the sea and want to take a beach vacation, you should travel to the north of Normandy. Here there are numerous beautiful bathing beaches, but also the historic Allied beaches, where the Allies landed on June 6, 1944. In memory of this day, which also went down in the history books as D-Day, the beach sections here are also called Omaha Beach or Juno Beach. Even though the events may have been forgotten by many by now, you should refresh your memory and go to one of the two military cemeteries. Thus, there is the British War Cemetery in Bayeux and the Normandy American Cemetery Memorial, where there are also buried. Both cemeteries are powerful reminders that war lives on in people's minds long after it has ended. Bayeux is worth a side trip for more than just the military cemetery, however. In the old town is a beautiful cathedral in Gothic style, the Cathedral Notre Dame de Bayeux, which is very reminiscent of its big sister in Paris. After this heavy fare, one needs some cheering up. You can find that in the small seaside resort of Etretat. There you will find a beautiful, wild-looking cliff and the famous chalk cliffs. Long walks along the bizarre landscape are a real must here. Another small piece of paradise is the small town of Fécamp, which has become quite famous through tourism. Yachts, but also merchant or cruise ships, especially like to dock here in the summer. A local specialty is the herbal schnapps distilled here, Bénédictine, which is enjoyed by both tourists and locals due to its sweet-tart aroma. There is a small but very well-equipped liqueur museum in town, which provides insight into the importance of liqueur to the region. If you want to experience how the Austrian Empress Sissi stayed, you should go to the Sassetot-le-Mauconduit castle. The castle is now part museum, part hotel and open to visitors year-round. Also absolutely worth seeing is the small village of Dieppe, picturesquely situated on the so-called Alabaster Coast. The place has a very nice old town, as well as a medieval castle, which is worth a visit in any case.

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Eating and drinking

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In Normandy, the culinary scene is hearty. Milk, cream, butter and cheese are an integral part of the daily meal here. Therefore, you should confidently loosen your belt a bit when you go to Normandy.Particularly famous is the Calvados made here, which both locals and tourists love to drink. In Normandy grew up to 10 million apple trees, so it's no wonder that the apple has a special place here and finds versatile use. Thus, in addition to Calvados, there is also delicious Cidre, a kind of fermented apple juice, which is also suitable for children, since it contains no alcohol. In the spring, numerous apple blossom festivals take place throughout Normandy, and the region is bathed in a single sea of white apple blossoms. Autumn is then traditionally harvest time and there is everything from apple pie to compote and schnapps. Thanks to the mild climate and the proximity to the sea, there is also a large supply of fresh fish and meat. The local cattle, for example, taste particularly aromatic, as they graze on lush meadows all year round. Just in time for the beginning of autumn, there are also fresh Jacob's mussels a regional specialty. In the region, in addition to meat, a variety of east and vegetables are grown. Therefore, especially in more rural areas, simple vegetable dishes or soups are preferred to opulent meat dishes.

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Transportation and public transport

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To get to Normandy, there are several options. Thus, in addition to good flight connections, there are also very cheap train connections, which allow a quick and uncomplicated journey. If one should arrive from the south of Germany, one can take well the highway in the direction of Metz and drive from there to Reims. If one arrives by plane, one should take a either to Paris Charles de Gaulle or Orly. From there, one can continue by either rental car or the TGV. The journey is quite short and takes only about an hour.

What are the best events and festivals in Normandy?

Festivals and celebrations in medieval Normandy

Barely a day goes by in Normandy without some form of celebration taking place, whether its the Spring Festival in March, La Fete du Normandes celebrating Normandy itself throughout September, or the Fetes des Gueux, a medieval weekend with street parades, markets and shows.

There are few dates throughout the year which do not feature some form of event or exhibition, celebrating the region's varied history. D-Day is a particularly important time in Normandy's calendar when the Normandy Landings of 1944 ared remembered.

What are the must-see attractions in Normandy?

The beauty of Normandy in brief

Falaise d'Etretat

These white cliffs are an icon of Normandy and the coastal town of Etretat is a cultural haven for sight-seers from around the world. The cliffs themselves are the site of several naturally-formed arches which are classified as a site of major national importance.

The coast is home to a number of protected plant species. A walk along the Faliase d'Etratat with its breathtaking views is an unmissable experience.

Claude Monet's house and gardens

This attraction is a must-see for art lovers as well as for those who appreciate beauty. The town of Giverny is accessible by train, road and bus from Normandy.

Claude Monet's house is now a museum displaying items which belonged to the artist. The house and gardens are themselves works of art, with a huge variety of flowers wherever you look.

Abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel

Another iconic Normandy landmark and a symbol of French national identity, this abbey was founded in the 10th Century by Benedictine monks. The abbey has been used for the worship of Saint Michel since 708 and was an important site of medieval pilgrimage.

The abbey has undergone ongoing restoration and can now be seen in all its former glory. This World Heritage Site sits atop an 80m high hill overlooking the medieval town, the surrounding countryside and the Couesnon River.

Information about holiday rentals in Normandy

🏡 Holiday homes available 50,833 rentals
💳 Discounts available up to 49%
🌙 Nightly prices from £28
⭐ Popular amenities Pool, Pets allowed and Internet
🐾 Pet friendly rentals 8,888 properties
🏊 Holiday rentals with pools 6,639 properties
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Normandy holiday rentals have an average rating of 4/5 across 375 reviews left by travellers.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many holiday lets are available to rent in Normandy?

There are 50,833 holiday rentals in Normandy to browse and book for your upcoming trip.

What is the most searched holiday apartment amenity in Normandy?

Travellers planning trips to Normandy usually search for Pool, Pets allowed, and Internet as holiday rental amenities.

How many holiday rentals with a pool there are on offer in Normandy?

Holiday apartments with pools are 13 of all offers in Normandy for an average price of £215 per night.

May i bring my pet during my stay in a Normandy holiday home?

Searching for accommodation in Normandy for you and your pet is definitely possible with 8,888 pet-friendly holiday homes available on HomeToGo.

What is the perfect time to travel to Normandy?

August and July are usually the warmest months in Normandy, while April and July have the least rain.

Where can I see deals on holiday homes in Normandy?

You can get great value holiday lets in Normandy with the cost per night for accommodation beginning at £28 - and HomeToGo has introduced a range of filters that make it quick and simple to see some outstanding deals. When choosing the dates for a trip, try a search using HomeToGo's flexible dates technology to quickly locate low-price time periods and find savings of up to 49%. Moreover, HomeToGo's 'distance from' filter can help you find hidden gem holiday homes in great value, lesser-known spots which are still near to your desired destination, whether that's the coastline, a swimming lake, winter sports area or town centre. Start searching with time to spare to take advantage of the greatest variety of options and low prices - and do so with confidence by ticking HomeToGo's 'free cancellation' filter as you look for the perfect holiday home.

What are the advantages of booking a holiday letting in Normandy with HomeToGo?

From serenity away from the crowds to more space in which to have fun with your loved ones, holiday rentals in Normandy bring a wide range of benefits. HomeToGo surfaces real reviews written by previous guests, and searching is secure, easy, and hassle-free - so with 50,833 rentals from 77 providers in the area, you're sure to locate the right type of accommodation with the amenities and features to suit you in Normandy.

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