Best Honfleur holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Honfleur
La Maison de Pierre et Valérie St Leonard HonfleurLocated in Honfleur, 300 metres from Norman Museum of Ethnography and Popular Arts, La Maison de Pierre et Valérie St Leonard Honfleur provides accommodation with a shared lounge, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a shared kitchen. Boasting a balcony, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking and cycling.Book now
La Maison de Pierre et Valérie Ste Catherine HonfleurLocated in Honfleur, 200 metres from La Forge Museum, La Maison de Pierre et Valérie Ste Catherine Honfleur provides accommodation with a shared lounge, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a shared kitchen. The property has city views and is 600 metres from Honfleur's Old Harbour and 600 metres from Norman Museum of Ethnography and Popular Arts.Book now
LE GLENCOEOffering free WiFi and city views, LE GLENCOE is an accommodation situated in Honfleur, just 200 metres from La Forge Museum and 600 metres from Norman Museum of Ethnography and Popular Arts. This apartment is 600 metres from Saint Catherine's Church and 700 metres from Honfleur's Public Garden.Book now
Atelier 39bisFeaturing a garden, barbecue facilities, and a terrace, Atelier 39bis offers accommodation in Honfleur with free WiFi and garden views. The property has city views and is 500 metres from La Forge Museum and 600 metres from Norman Museum of Ethnography and Popular Arts.Book now
La Maison du PecheurOffering free WiFi and city views, La Maison du Pecheur is an accommodation situated in Honfleur, just a few steps from La Forge Museum and 300 metres from Norman Museum of Ethnography and Popular Arts. Housed in a building dating from 1900, this holiday home is 300 metres from The Lieutenancy and 500 metres from Honfleur's Public Garden.Book now
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Reglisse et Pain d'EpicesLocated in Honfleur, Reglisse et Pain d’Épices is 300 metres from Honfleur’s Old Harbour and 400 metres from La Forge Museum. Set on a half-timbered house, the property has free WiFi and a terrace with outdoor furniture.Book now
Enchanting Normandy with a gîte in Honfleur
Honfleur, a major place in Norman history, attracts many tourists every year, seeking to relax and enjoy the Norman way of life. Follow the advice of the inhabitants of the city, and organize from your lodging in Honfleur a tour of visits, following the path of the impressionist painters and their meticulous and colourful canvases. The old port of the city will also attract your attention, revealing its markets where you can admire the specificities of the Norman but also Breton craftsmanship. Don’t leave the port without lingering a moment in one of the traditional restaurants in the area, where seafood is the order of the day. Finally, take advantage of your holiday rental in Honfleur to offer you the stay you have been dreaming of. The city and its region are full of imagination to fill you with wonder at their unsuspected treasures.
Holidays à la carte with the renting of guest rooms in Honfleur
If you prefer a more intimate setting, while remaining immersed in the local culture, a bed and breakfast rental in Honfleur is highly recommended. The immense beaches of the famous seaside resort will allow you to access all the joys of the beach. Take advantage of this break, while the youngest ones enjoy the many water activities offered by the resort. Sailing or scuba diving will also delight young and old alike and allow you to experience new emotions, while from the town’s port you can embark on a ride on the high seas. Nature and hiking enthusiasts can also, from their holiday rental in Honfleur, join the many itineraries to discover the Normandy bocage. But Normandy has many other surprises in store for you that you can discover from a holiday apartment rental in Fecamp. Celtic myths and legends will be revealed to you during a guided tour in the nearby forest of Brocéliande. A holiday rental in Brittany would also be an opportunity to deepen your knowledge of Breton folk tales. Between Normandy and Brittany, from the flowered coast to the fortified cities of the coast, the discoveries will be both historical and bewitching. Don’t miss the wonder of visiting the famous Mont Saint Michel, which, with its bay, is classified as a world heritage site.