Sunday, September 14, 2014

See 'Trouville sur Mer', stay in a beach resort/fishing port/country town, 2 hrs from Paris

Dear Frenchie friends

We have a NEW French home on our L'Apartment website - - located 2 hrs North of Paris, by the sea, in seaside town Trouville sur Mer
ONLY 72euro per night for UP TO 4 GUESTS in a private studio duplex apartment! 

Its the perfect mix of beach and country living. In fact it is known as the sea in the countryside and the countryside by the sea. Beach Resorts, fishing port town and historic village country charm all rolled into one.

Experience the Paris city life then experience the french country life! (The owners of our home in Trouville also have an apartment for rent in Paris in Montmartre - double booking opportunity) 

About the studio duplex in Trouville Sur Mer - Relax and unwind in this cosy and utterly charming home-away-from-home in Trouville Sur Mer, a studio duplex apartment in Normandy, France - 2 hours from Paris.  Up to four guests can be accommodated in this studio  that oozes simple French country charm, with living room with sofabed and loft second floor with 2 more beds. Next door to the seaside and in the centre of the fishing village this is a great getaway from the city in a quaint French village. 

Enquire about availability HERE
See this studio on our website HERE

About Trouville Sur Mer -Strolling along the shore or in the port, with the swimmers or with the fishermen, responding to the call of the ocean or strolling along winding streets, among the casino, villas, palaces and hotels, Trouville has all the charm of a restful yet lively seaside resort.  

Trouville has the authenticity of the early days of the Belle Epoque, of the first seaside resort extolled by artists and writers from Flaubert to Boudin. Charles Mozin was the first to discover the little fishing port, soon followed by others such as Dumas, Corot and Monet, who followed in his footsteps to enrich their works with local flavours. 

Trouville also has energy, that of its daily life, of the shrimp, mackerel, scallop and sole fishers. Despite being overcome by the euphoria for sea bathing like its neighbour Deauville, the city of Thorulfr the Viking, who gave his name to the town, has never renounced its traditions. A testimony of this is the old covered Fish Market, classified as a historic monument since 1922 : the symbol of the long history of a town which is resolutely maritime.

Cities of Deauville, Honfleur, Pont-l‘Eveque, Lisieux are all within 30 minutes or less, ideal for day trips. 

RailEurope Website for timetables and rates from Paris St Lazare Central Station direct to Trouville Deauvil.
Trains also depart from CDG Airport to Trouville.

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