Out of the front door and turn left and in 2 minutes you are in the town shops and at the Tourist Information office.
Big widows which could be opened for air and a view across the water front.
WE had all our meals out but Tea and coffee facilities in the room were ideal.
Good large shower and plenty of towels.
Room was in good condition apart from Faux Leather Headboard and stool which had wear and tear.
"modern hotel within walking distance of honfluer"
most pleasant hotel with very good facilities, indoor pool and sauna, very good buffet breakfast ,freshly made coffee always available, very near to the countryside, this is good as they are a dog friendly hotel plenty of parking spaces .
"Old world charm but beware high food & drink costs"
Character and location of hotel very good but our stay was let down by overpriced food and (especially) drinks. Breakfast at Euros 21 each was not sampled. Also not sampled was the swimming pool at Euros 20 per day per couple. Service for dinner was also very slow.
We felt thoroughly spoilt- the food was excellent. Breakfast was the best ever. A great location with wonderful facilities- spa was cool. Staff were helpful, bed sumptuous and it was wonderfully quiet. Would recommend it to anyone who wants a quiet special break
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Comfortable, clean basic room for a night's stop over. Room perhaps a bit sparse - would benefit from a couple of lamps/bedside lamp. Some little extras like soap in the bathroom would have been nice. Also would prefer a duvet to a blanket and sheet. No cutlery in the kitchenette but they gave me some at Reception without a problem. Would stay again as it is conveniently located on route to/from Brittany and provides what's needed for a sleep. Wouldn't stay for a holiday though - would want a few more creature comforts for that.
On the southern bank of the Seine’s estuary, the port-city of Honfleur surrounds a picturesque 17th century harbor. Saint Catherine’s Church, constructed by shipbuilders in the 15th century, is composed entirely of wood, and the ceiling resembles the hulls of upside-down ships. Impressionist artists such as Claude Monet and Gustave Courbet once painted murals on the town’s slate-fronted houses.
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