Auberge Stays in the French Countryside

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Auberge de la Source

Just outside the 11th-century Norman port of Honfleur, in Barneville-La-Bertran, this 15-room auberge was created from several 18th-century half-timbered farm buildings by owner Jean-Marie Boelen. "At the beginning of a new century, it seemed to me the time was right to return to the original values of the French auberge—friendly hospitality, a comfortable and reasonably priced room, good regional food made with seasonal local produce and a strong sense of place" says Boelen.

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