The Villa

Villa DE BYANS is located in the heart of Deauville, a stone’s throw from the Casino, the Normandy hotel and the famous boards. This charming house and its indoor swimming pool can accommodate from 2 to 12 people. It is close to the beach, shops and the market.  Villa DE BYANS has an indoor swimming pool, a small garden where you can park two cars and eat outside. With its 6 themed bedrooms all equipped with bathrooms, its large renovated living room and its workshop-fitted kitchen, this house is ideal for a stay with family or friends. A courtyard accessible from the kitchen will allow you to take advantage of a garden furniture to make pleasant barbecues in summer. Unlimited WiFi Internet access is provided. We wish you a good visit on the site of the villa BY BYANS, do not hesitate to contact us for any questions about your stay in Deauville.


Deauville is part of the Côte fleurie. This seaside resort is located in Normandy and was created in the 1860s by two visionaries: Doctor Olliffe and the Duke of Morny. It is the fashion for « sea bathing » that will allow the development of this new luxury resort which is also called the « 21st arrondissement of Paris ». Very quickly wealthy families came to build their holiday chalets there. An urban plan is drawn up by the architect Desle-François Breney who notably positions from the start a magnificent racecourse and a casino. He was also the one who built the Duke of Morny’s villa.   Located 2 hours from Paris, Deauville radiates with its exceptional setting and has an airport just 8 km away. Today it is known for its grand casino, golf courses, horse racing and the American Film Festival. Its large sandy beach is bordered by Les Planches, a famous promenade dating from the 1920s with its beach huts. The city is home to chic boutiques, elegant Belle Epoque villas and half-timbered buildings.   Its beach is also famous for its umbrellas in orange, red, blue and green colors depending on the sector (handcrafted in the region) with the famous knot of Deauville.