D'Une Île transports guests into a Charles Perrault fairy tale. Inside, exposed wooden beams and copper Tom Dixon wash basins make unexpected but charming design partners, along with cartoonish cushions and beds built into the floor. Tree branches serve as clothing racks, adding a touch of whimsy to each room. Nestled in Basse-Normandie's Le Perche Regional Nature Park, D'Une Île also takes advantage of its locale by serving produce from its garden or nearby markets. Days start off with yoghurt served with fresh honeycomb; lunch and dinner revolve around just-picked Swiss chard and multi-hued carrots, as well as the catch of the day from the Chausey islands. Complete the experience with the hotel's selection of natural and biodynamic wines.