If you’re looking for a family-friendly guest house in Honfleur, look no further than Domaine du Clos Fleuri.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Phare de Honfleur (0.9 mi) and Greniers à sel de Honfleur (1.2 mi), guests of Domaine du Clos Fleuri can easily experience some of Honfleur's most well known attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Domaine du Clos Fleuri offer a flat screen TV.
Guests of Domaine du Clos Fleuri are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site.
While in Honfleur be sure to experience local oyster favourites at L'Homme de Bois, Le Breard, or Côté Resto.
Should time allow, Satie House and Museum (Maisons Satie), Saint Catherine's Church, and Le Vieux Bassin are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Domaine du Clos Fleuri looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Very nice garden ,nice location but lacks personality. No responsable on site ,if you have any problems you have to speak via phone to a non client orientated person.if you go there enjoy it but keep in mind that it is just a business.to expensive for what it is. Honfleur is NOT easy to reach by feet..too dangerous.
As other reviewers have written, there are pros and cons. The building in itself is beautiful and the rooms have sea-view, but our sea-view was looking straight at Le Havre harbour! Not too bad, but it is not what You see on the photos and expect. Friendly service and excellent breakfast. I would gladly return, but would then probably settle for a better room
Great property and very helpful owners. We arrived late, but the owners helped us with everything we could need or want. Tesla charger in a private parking. The property is beautifully restored and clever planned. Very well equipped kitchen and cozy living room and even a fridge with good selection of wines and champagne for those who would enjoy a bottle of good wine after everything is closed. The room was spotless, very big bathroom with bobble bath and walk in shower. 10/10
First for the plus: The hotel is stunning and the gardens are spectacular with fantastic views of the water. Our room was beautiful well decorated with two windows facing water with wonderful views. The breakfast was good and well staffed. The rooms were not quiet as there is a major road that runs along the water side. The pool and sauna were great and there is an adorable dog on the property named Link. The kids loved the pool, the gardens and of course the dog. The cons: It is NOT walkable to Honfleur. The roads have blind turns and it is extremely dangerous. The beach is not walkable either because the owner will not open the small gate to the side of the property and the main gate has a blind turn on it. We walked to the beach anyway but it was dangerous. Look for a small stairwell at the sailing house and you can get to the beach. There is virtually NO staff at this hotel. When we arrived we had to search all over the hotel to find a maid to check us. She spoke only French which was find for us because I speak French but if you don't speak French this could be a bit more difficult. After about 3:00 PM even the maid is gone and the hotel is completely devoid of staff. There is an honor bar but that is it. If you need help with a dinner reservation or have a question about your room well you are out of luck. I would not stay in this hotel again because it just lacked too much. I mean on the last day we left for Paris at 7:00 AM and were forced to leave our keys are the never staffed front desk. The hotel is nice just be prepared for a very quiet, dark, understaffed hotel. Honestly the pool, grounds, and room were fantastic. We just thought that we would be able to walk to Honfleur and the beach which was not possible and there was no staff to help with anything.…
This is a lovely hotel with well tended grounds, a spa, a pool and a pretty breakfast room/gathering spot. The hotel comes with a friendly, beautiful golden retriever as well! The rooms are clean and well appointed with spacious bathrooms. You get a view of the Seine/Le Havre or the garden in back, both nice. Just one caveat: if you can't climb stairs, be aware that most rooms are up a couple of flights of stairs. And you will probably have to handle your own luggage. Certainly not a deal breaker for us. We were completely satisfied with our stay in this charming spot and it's quite close to Honfleur.