The apartments are on the second and third floors, each 74m2. The layouts are identical.
You walk into a large open, loft like space which contains a generous area for relaxing, a dining area and the kitchen.
Each with two bedrooms, one at each end of the floor, a shower room and a toilet.
The master bedroom has double bed and the second bedroom can be arranged with a large double bed or two single beds.
Please note these apartments are ideal for adults and the bed rooms are exclusively for two people, there being no space for extra beds.
Nor is it possible to accommodate young children or babies there being no additional small beds or cots
The apartments : located in the golden circle of the old town, named quartier Sainte-Catherine in Honfleur.
The quartier was previously called faubourg Sainte-Catherine (suburb),
and was once the most populated of Honfleur and one of the main commercial centre of town since the Middle Ages and is rich in history.
You can acccess the apartments from the Place Hamelin, named after an admiral living in the 18th century. The entrance is in a narrow and slightly steep alleyway, called rue du Cimetière Sainte-Catherine which leads to place Sainte-Catherine, the market square, with its famous old wooden church via a staircase.
A jewel on the Côte Fleurie Honfleur lies at the gateway of Le Pays d’Auge and will tempt you to stay for a weekend or a longer stay.
The place is an invitation to contemplation and to let your mind wander. How many seemen, how many captain have left from Honfleur to discover the New World, but also how many artists, painters, writers or musicians have found inspiration here !
Come and wander in the small streets lined with picturesque timber framed houses, which once belonged to families of sea men,
sit at the terraces of the numerous cafés around the harbour and watch the world go round : you’re on holiday !
Then climb the steep road leading to the Mont Joli and the pretty chapel called chapelle de Grâce.
You’ll enjoy a splendid view/panorama on the old town, the valley of the river Seine and the Pont de Normandie.
L’odeur des pommes vient de loin
Se joindre au goudron des cordages. Honfleur tout en ardoise où pourtant je suis née,
O ville riche d’éléments, Nombreuse, bien assaisonnée.
Sont-ce les toits vieillots qui se pressent si fort,
Ta petite marine et ta campagne verte
Que je chéris, ou bien ton port
Qui te fait toujours entr’ouverte ?