Hotel Tardif - Noble Guesthouse travel42 Professional Hotel Review
Location and History
In the heart of this historic town, this guest house offers comfortable accommodations and a hearty welcome within a short stroll to the cathedral and well-known tapestry museum. As expected, its amenities are few, but a comfortable bed and regal public areas are assured.
It once belonged to a minister of Napoleon Bonaparte whose name was Tardif. Charles de Gaulle once stayed here, which is where he wrote his liberation speech following the invasion of Normandy...
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