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
An excellent hotel for a quiet break, well equipped, comfortable bedrooms with pleasant lounge/bar. Good spa facilities with decent sized indoor pool, but unfortunately you have to go outside to get to it.
Lively location, with upgraded rooms. Rooms small though and bathroom and WC extremely cramped. Did not try the breakfast at an extra euro13 as do many nice places with views nearby for far less. Pleasant reception staff.
Traveller from UK
Recently renovated in a historical building, which is 5 centuries old, Le Cheval Blanc is a charming hotel in the city …More
We had a bad experience since we arrived late and our phone had gone dead. We tried to use their pay phone but the phone was defective. We waited 45 minutes until a patron of the hotel arrived and knew how to get the room keys from the safe. All was well after that.
Final stop at the end of our mid-west holiday in France before heading back to UK. Hotel has great spa pool and sauna, perfect for relaxing in after a day of sight-seeing in Honfleur, and to burn a few calories before a wonderful dinner in the harbour. Walk to and from town is 10-15 mins at easy pace.
Well located hotel and staff do their best to make your stay a good experience (staff were all also multi-lingual). Breakfasts are substantial with fresh food and a varied selection to suit all. Rooms are very comfortable. There is also a bar with a wide selection of drinks. The gardens are beautifully kept with delightful views of the sea. We would be quite happy to go back again.
We understand that a number of the 'Impressionist Painters' used it location for their works. There is the Eugene Boudin gallery in Honfleur. Try also the near by 'Calvados' museum well worth a visit.
Good on site parking.
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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