Welcome to La Volière
Your bed and breakfast on the wild coast of La Hague
With view on Alderney´s island and Ecalgrain´s valley, in a quiet hamlet behind the touristic road.
Our house is situated at the beginning of several footpaths that lead you to the cliffs of Jobourg (Nez de Jobourg), the cape of La Hague, the small port Racine. Most of these paths are marked. The cycle tracks also crosses our hamlet.
La Hague, like an island. An almost pristine landscape surrounded by the sea, paths lined with old stone walls, the sun, the wind and even the sometimes harsh climate : this makes our region very appealing. Discover the wonderful sceneries and the authentic villages..
Bed and Breakfast, the bedrooms are located on the first floor of a recently constructed house, with independent entrance and a view on the sea.
The entire house is a non-smoking area and pets are not allowed.
Two bedrooms with a double bed (140cm)
Independent toilets on the ground floor
Garden, terrace, parking, bicycle shelter
Price per night/room (tourist taxes and breakfast included):
55€ for 1 guest
65€ for 2 guests
Payment: Cards not accepted.
Possibility table d'hôtes, inquire beforehand
Evening meal: € 22 / person (starter, main course, dessert, drink)
Picnic basket: 9 € / person
In Jobourg: three restaurants, a refreshment stand, an art glass workshop.
On Beaumont-hague, 9 km: shops, banks, doctors ...
The impressive sea-cliffs; the « Nez de Jobourg »; bays and caves (with a bit of luck you may tumble onto a herd of cliff-goats) ; the Eclagrain bay, the GR 223 that hugs the Cotentins coast, also called « the customs officers´ path » that offers a view upon the Channel islands; the 12th century church.
Goury, La Hagues cap: a lighthouse that guided sailors through the Raz Blanchard, one of Europes strongest sea currents. It is an outstanding site in windy conditions; the pittoresque Port Racine, that got its name from one of the last famous privateers; the « Mare de Vauville » a nature reserve located below the coastal dunes is a magical place due to its flora and fauna, a paradise for nature lovers.
The poet Jacques Préverts and the painter Jean-François Millets houses; the Ludiver Planetarium; the Tourp Manor, a cultural center in Omonville la Rogue; the parks and gardens in Vauville, Urville-Nacqueville and Flamanville; the garden in tribute of the famous french poet Jacques Prévert; the underwater mining museum of Dielette.
Set sail on guided boat trips around Cherbourgs harbour, visit the forts and the longest artificial roadstead in the world which construction ended under Napoleon. Visit the Cité de la Mer with its submarine Le Redoutable, the aquariums and lots of activities for people of all ages.