Hotels in Arromanches-les-Bains: Located in the historic landmark what Arromanches, the hotel took the name to the artificial harbor that allowed unloading tons of equipment and goods in the Normandy landings in June 1944 (Operation Overlord). In fact, Mulberry also means the wild mulberry, of rapid growth, as was the establishment of the harbor by Lord Mountbatten, at the initiative of Winston Churchill. Established in 1842 by family Mary, the hotel was at the time a hostel grocery who "accepted boarders", was called "A descent tram" and then became "A lowering of train "when the railroad made its appearance in Arromanches-les-Bains. Today, the hotel doubles as a Mulberry P'tites Plates restaurant to serve you (Sophie in the kitchen, Christian service).
Hotels in Arromanches-les-Bains: This affordable residence enjoys an idyllic location on the Normandy coast, surrounded by a beautiful green landscape and at only 200m from the historic D-Day landing beaches. The city of Bayeux is only a 15-minute drive away from the property and the American War Cemetery in Colleville sur Mer is about 18km distance. The building dates from the XIX century and is nestled in the middle of a small wooded area, while the interior is completely restored and decorated in a traditional style, offering a charming ambiance where guests may feel like home. The rooms are designed with guests' comfort in mind and present a warm atmosphere with neutral colours. All the rooms have a private bathroom and come with a television for guests' entertainment as well as Wi-Fi. Travellers may rest and relax in the comfortable armchairs of the lounge bar while sipping a refreshing drink and enjoy relaxing walks around the hotel's garden.