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trouville wellness guest room

“Les Marronniers” offers you

its large Trouville wellness guest room

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The room is located on garden level.

It offers a unique view of the meadow and woods.

It is very spacious, offering the possibility of adding a spare bed, or of simply relishing the luxurious space it provides.

  • High quality bedding, king size bed (160 cm)
  • A lounge area providing tea, herbal teas and coffee
  • Refined decor
  • Stylish desk and furniture
  • Window with view of the meadow and woods
  • Bathroom with spa bath offering numerous wellness functions, shower and WC. Towel dryer. Central heating. Softened water. Ventilation.
  • Opaque curtains

The Trouville guest room is ideal for enjoying a relaxing stay in quiet surroundings,

and for dividing time between resting and walking in the Pays d’Auge

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To book, telephone +33 (0)2 31 63 08 28, email:, or on our eviivo online booking webpage

Below you will see a glimpse of our availability for the room:

For certain times of year such as weekends, bank holidays and school holidays, we give priority to bookings for two nights or more depending on the case. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Prices are per night for 2 people: from €99 (direct by telephone, email or evivvo website) to €120 (via online booking websites), 5% reduction off your booking if you stay for 3 nights or more
  • Prices are per night in a double bedroom, with a supplement of €10 for separate beds if the room allows
  • Breakfast and Wi-Fi included
  • Supplement of €16 per extra child or €26 per extra adult in the same room
  • For the comfort of all our guests, we do not accept pets
  • Included a tourist tax of €1 is charged per person, per day, in favour of the community council of Cambremer

The other rooms at Les Marronniers: Deauville, Honfleur, Cabourg and Houlgate

Trouville, an original combination of fishing port and seaside resort

The fishing village of Trouville was popularised as early as the 1820s by painter Paul Huet and writer Alexandre Dumas as a seaside resort. This was before the “new” town of Deauville was developed on the neighbouring marshlands.

Like many seaside resorts along the Côte Fleurie, Trouville has attracted some great painters in its time. Eugène Boudin, Claude Monet and Camille Pissaro all set up their easels here.

Trouville possesses an impressive property portfolio. The villas of Trouville have been listed since 1989. Particularly worth admiring are: Villa Sidonia, Maison Persane, Tour Malakoff, and the villa “Les Roches Noires”.

Not to mention the unmissable fish market, offering a feast for the eyes and tempting samplings of shellfish on site . . .