France is an ever popular holiday destination for people from the UK and beyond, perhaps showing that the peoples of the two countries have more similarities than differences! Whilst important cities such as Paris may attract the bulk of visitors to the country, increasing numbers are discovering that the peace and tranquillity of the French countryside is more suitable for their vacation. Anyone thinking along these lines might like to consider staying at a holiday rental house in Cormeilles. Positioned within the Normandy countryside, the accommodation is suitable for couples, families or even groups of friends, and its comfy furnishings, kitchen and décor give it a home away from home feel.
A holiday in Cormeilles presents the opportunity to try a wide range of leisure activities, ranging from the more gentile through to those designed to get the adrenaline pumping around the system! Cycling and hiking are both excellent ways to experience the French countryside, and horse riding is another way to see it. Lake and river fishing are both to be had within a few kilometres travel distance, and golf is also another possible pursuit. For those that would like to try something a little more pulse raising, go karting and even paragliding may be just the thing.
There are many interesting places that can be visited during a stay at self catering accommodation in Cormeilles, although it should be mentioned, that the use of a car will be almost essential in this regard. One or more scenic drives can be taken through the countryside, where notable towns and villages such as Pont l'Eveque and Lisieux can be visited. The coast is also a short, half an hour drive away, and along here, there are many memorials to the Normandy beach landings of World War Two. Another suggestion would be to visit Paris which is just two hours’ drive away. Overflowing with history and culture, its museums and art galleries are second to none, and famous attractions such as The Champs Elysée and Eiffel Tower are always appealing.
The climate experienced during a holiday in Cormeilles will be quite comparable to the climate found in the UK at a similar time of year. So, warm summers and mild to cold winters are the norm, with rainfall spread reasonably evenly throughout the year. The summer daily highs measure around 22 degrees Celsius and the winter daily low temperatures measure around 3 degrees. The summer is the most popular time of year to stay at a holiday rental house in Cormeilles.
Most people planning a holiday in Cormeilles will prefer to drive there than to take a flight, especially as the use of a car would mean hiring one if flying. The nearest ferry port is to be found in Le Havre, and offers daily connections with Portsmouth in the United Kingdom through P & O. From Le Havre, it is just slightly more than a one hour drive to the self catering accommodation in Cormeilles.