This is a family run 'Logis de France' hotel, originally a coaching inn. We were given a quiet but friendly welcome, and enjoyed a room overlooking the central small garden and courtyard. A wonderfully quiet location, away from the central square and town traffic. Rooms are clean and comfortable, with a good bathroom. It is an easy walk from the hotel to the town centre; St Omer has many independent, quality shops and a wide choice of bars and restaurants. There were some odd touches: after 9 p.m. you had to re-enter via a keypad on a rear door, and breakfast (very average) was served half an hour later than our room brochure stated.
TIP: there's no need to park in the secure car park, as there are quiet side roads, with easy street parking, round the back of the hotel.More