We stayed at Normandy Gardens for 2 weeks in August 2013. Having previously stayed at Belle Dune and Port Bourgenay, Normandy Gardens was rather disappointing. Upon arrival we were asked to pay for towels and a welcome pack (these used to be free and at the inflated summer prices these resorts charge they should be included).
The site is on a hillside and we were located at the bottom of the hill with views of car parks to front and rear. It is rather an isolated location with nowhere within walking distance and an access road that would be dangerous to walk along at night. The only restaurant on site charged 24 Euros for a three course menu which was far too expensive for a family. A 'formula' menu was typically 15-18 Euros at local restaurants.
On the plus side our children loved the pool/aquatic centre (though beware the showers automatically stop working at 8pm when it closes leaving my daughter covered in soap). They also really enjoyed the daytime children's clubs and the evening aquaplay.
Would we go again? No - not to Normandy Gardens though possibly to one of the other locations.
Unfortunately we had very noisy neighbours so it wasn't a very peaceful holiday.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Weather proof holiday village with heated aqua area and fantastic indoor play area Near to the beaches of Deauville, Cabourg and Villers-sur-Mer Children and teenage clubs for those aged 3 months to 18 years. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pierre And Vacances Resort Normandy Garden
- Pierre & Vacances Resort Normandy Garden Hotel Branville
- Pierre & Vacances Village Club Normandy Garden Branville