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An authentic French village with a thousand years of ambiance!

We only had one day to visit the village and make the climb up to the castle built by Richard the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nancy G
Great place!

We spent an afternoon here watching football in a local pub which was great and then had a wander... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ann H
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We only had one day to visit the village and make the climb up to the castle built by Richard the Lionheart. Chateau Gaillard has incredible views and our guide related fascinating stories about how the local people were sold out by the occupying English...More

Thank Nancy G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent an afternoon here watching football in a local pub which was great and then had a wander round. The market town offered all sorts of things, a great place for shops as well as brasseries and hotels. Take a moment to go to...More

Thank Ann H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Once again have traveled with GCT on a Seine river cruise "Normandy to Paris" on M/S Bizet. June /25/18- July /7/18. This time was a super poignant due to history surrounding D-Day almost 100 day of Allies sacrifice and victory over Nazi Germany. Ship crew...More

Thank natalie b
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Situated on a lovely swerve of the Seine River in Normandy, some 25 miles southeast of Rouen, lies this very pretty town of Les Andelys (the "s" is silent), with the Chateau Gaillard standing guard just above the town on a hilltop. Gaillard is the...More

Thank Douglas D
Reviewed 26 June 2018

We like this town for it's variety of shops, brasseries, restaurants (including those in Petit Andelys). During our resent stay in Connelles, 10km away we found it the best for food shopping in Carrefour and independent patisseries, boucheries etc; market; really liked Le Petit Andelys...More

Thank DebbiefromDevon
Reviewed 30 August 2017

If you are seeking a small, quaint, reasonably priced Hotel, about 60 miles from Paris and 20 miles from Giverny, Chaine D'Or is your place. Sitting right upon the banks of the Seine in the quiet, lovely town of Andelys.

Thank Jerry A
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

This is worth a stop on your trip of Normandy. Lots of interesting shops to browse in in the old town. The newer part is more disabled friendly, a few dropped kerbs here and there ( not many mind. We found a super little bistro...More

2  Thank WelshDisabled
Reviewed 3 August 2017

My husband and I were on a river cruise from Paris to Normandy and this was one of our Port of Calls! How picturesque the port was with lush landscaping, fantastic views and oh so serene. We took lots of pictures. Up on the hill...More

4  Thank MaryannF650
Reviewed 18 July 2017

A pretty French small town set on the banks of the Seine with some older buildings set around the village church. The newer part of town is half a mile plus away from the river and very different in character. A reasonable selection of restaurants,...More

Thank lbj17
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

We were only here for the day & that was enough to see the sites & have lunch, walk along the river etc. A really pretty little town with a few bars & restaurants, we visited on aSunday so many close early Worth a visit...More

Thank Laurence S
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jk48au
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Response from Claire M |
yes, the walk way is very accessible -in fact, so accessible that cars can even drive close to the castle (although they are not allowed!)
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