"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.
"Nice hotel within walking distance of the old port"
We were arriving late and had difficulty contacting the hotel to get the access code. The receptionist said she would email it, but didn't. In the event she was still there when we arrived at 1930 hrs.
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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If you are looking for a 4 star spa hotel in Honfleur, France , then look no further than Ferme Saint-Simeon. This Normandy …More
Visited as I had a free weekend as I was visiting clients. Found this hotel and thought that the price was right. Went to Honfleurs and it's a gorgeous little town. The hotel was right in the middle which was amazing.
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.
Stayed at campaniles a lot but this one is looking its age. Bed linen etc clean but room looking very dated and tatty with lots of dirty areas. staff ok but brusk. good location for access to Lahavre port. food basic
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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