The Enderlins welcome you to this little inn just south of Fécamp, where you can enjoy guest rooms overlooking a pretty garden and also savor local specialties in the fine on-site restaurant. Rooms are actually good-size lofts that sleep four—quaint ladders lead you to balcony beds. The restaurant (closed Monday; no dinner Sunday) showcases modern classics by Chef Paul Durel, such as roasted John Dory with home-cured lomo sausage in a subtle cauliflower, truffle-oil sauce, and Normand specialties like fillet of beef with foie gras and red onion terrine. Top it off, if you can, with a local favorite, soufflé à la Bénédictine. There's a sophisticated kids' menu, too.