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B &B's near Les Anderley or Giverny

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I am still looking for a place for us to crash after the flight to Paris from the states.
Anyone have a B&B that is four corns in the area? Or five!

As I have previously stated we are looking to get to the country from the airport. Just a couple of hours driving would be great.

I have been on trip advisor and the only problem I can find is check in is after 3:00 or sometimes 5:00. I'm looking for at least a possible 2:00 or maybe I can ask for an early check-in.

We would like to visit Honfleur, but I honestly don't think we can drive that far the first day.
We will be headed to Bayeux for the next leg of the trip.

If anyone has other suggestions, I would be thrilled to have them....places are booking quickly. Thank you so much!

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