The beautiful little town of Lyons-la-Forêt is located in the natural region known as the Pays de Bray, a pastoral landscape in Normandy known far and wide for its beech woods and superior cheeses. Lyons-la- Forêt lies 46 km east of Rouen and 28 km northwest of Gisors, and offers centrally located hotels. Sightseeing opportunities abound in the area, and include the castle of Henry I of England, who died in Lyons-la-Forêt in 1135. There are many fine examples of Norman architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries, including the town hall, the covered marketplace, and the Church of Saint Denis (part of which dates from the 12th century).
Film buffs will be interested to learn that the town was the setting for two film versions of Madame Bovary (by Jean Renoir and Claude Chabrol). Use EasyToBook.com to find lodgings in the historic hotels in Lyons-la- Forêt or look for discount rates at hotels in the surrounding area. EasyToBook.com can help you locate the finest hotels at the best rates in and around Lyons-la- Forêt or near area landmarks like the 12th-century castle of Richard the Lionheart.
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