Located in Arques-la-Bataille, Cléome is a 5-minute drive from Hippodrome de Dieppe and 5 minutes from Euro Dieppe Karting. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The room we had was a small independent room on its own at the gable end of the house with it's own tv, fridge, toilet and shower room plus your host brings your breakfast up to you in the morning. It has a steep outdoor staircase leading to it .... not to good if you're not to handy on the old legs.It was raining on the morning we left and i actually slipped on my backside on the third step from the bottom while taking our case's down the stairs. Be careful
Cons: Nothing really . Maybe at most, the time of booking in. But if your touring then just take your time getting there
Pros: The location is ideal for us as it’s just off the avenue better and we’ve always got out bikes The Studio is our favourite room as it has a terrace and easy access to the path and garden The garden is a beautiful zen Japanese style with peaceful spots for meditation.
Cons: The breakfast could include cheese and some charcuterie to make it s little less all about bread and Jan.
Cons: Room (attic) very hot when arrived. Perhaps window could have been opened in advance
Pros: Lovely little hideaway in the upstairs apartment and close to Dieppe for a one night stay before catching the ferry to the UK. Very warm welcome on arrival from our host. Also a short walk down the road to a nice pizza place.
Cons: Room was a little hot with late afternoon sun but hosts provided a fan to cool us down at nighttime.
Pros: Nice Place, all was good. Thank you!
Pros: Staff brilliant. Cosy room. Lovely to be able to sit out on terrace and have ones breakfast!
Pros: Carol the host was VERY welcoming. Croissants and bread for breakfast fresh and delicious as was the home made jam. Beds comfy. Village setting and lovely garden. Very handy for the port without staying in the town.
Cons: Limited restaurants nearby but to be expected as village setting.
Pros: Clean and nicely decorated room, good breakfast, host was very friendly
Cons: The room was quite hot since situated right under the roof
Pros: Everything. What a gem this place is. Loved it. Warm, comfortable and friendly. Beautiful garden.
Cons: Only cycling up the hill on the way out of town!
Pros: Superb home made jam for breakfast. Very peaceful. Nice garden.
Located in Arques-la-Bataille, Chambres d'Hôtes Arques en Ciel is within a 5-minute drive of Hippodrome de Dieppe and Euro Dieppe Karting. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Located in a lovely village just outside Dieppe. Owner very friendly, as well as his pet cat and dog. Good French breakfast, preferable to a basic motel.
Pros: The host was very friendly and helpful. There was good information about the local area. The location is good, but the roadworks at the minute made it a bit more difficult to find. And the parking was good once I got to the right place.
Pros: The bed was very comfortable and the room was nice and warm. The place was within walking distance of a nice pizzeria. The place felt very safe.
Pros: Welcoming. Friendly. Good location. Private parking.
Pros: Very friendly welcome. Secure garage for bikes. Clean and spacious. Good location to explore village and Château. Very good value.
Cons: Sharing bathroom with other guests. Only bread and jam for breakfast- would have liked some fruit and yoghurt.
Pros: Quiet rural location within a 15 minute drive to the main town . Lovely garden at the property on the river.
Cons: Air conditioning it was very hot when we stayed and the only means of ventilation was an open window
Pros: Host was very friendly and accommodated our bikes without fuss. Breakfast was fresh with home made croissant. Room was fine with TV and tea/coffee facilities.
Pros: Very neat and clean and in a lovely quiet setting. The bathroom is spotless and it’s not a problem sharing - there is a separate toilet. The owner is great to chat to at breakfast time and speaks very good English as a result of his efforts to communicate
Pros: Bruno and Sylvie were both welcoming and delightful conversationalists. The home made confiture is definitely exceptional. Choco and Duchess made great animal friends to enjoy. The beautiful gardens and BBQ area next to the river made a tranquil, calm, relaxing setting. I enjoyed practising my limited French with Bruno who was very patient and spoke English very well. A beautiful home accommodation, delightfully decorated, clean and very comfortable.
Cons: Absolutely nothing to dislike.
Cons: No bathroom / toilets in the room. No separate breakfast / eating place. You're eating in owners kitchen and you feel it.
Located in Arques-la-Bataille, this apartment is in a rural location, within a 10-minute drive of Hippodrome de Dieppe and Saint-Nicolas d'Aliermont Clock Museum. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: This auberge has an excellent restaurant on site. The rooms are quaint and the surroundings very green. Welcoming staff.
Cons: I think 5pm is a little late to open up for check in. I got there at 4.30 and didn't mind sitting on a bench in the sunshine, but if it had been raining or if I had been cycling or hiking and was tired then I would have been very sad.
Pros: The location is ideal for the Avenue Verte and Dieppe. THis 17th century auberge is built in really attractive brick and timber. It has exceptional grounds in particular a lovely walled garden and a stream. The host is very welcoming and communicative. Our accommodation was somewhat dated but clean, comfortable and functional. Our tandem was safely stored in a large adjoining corridor. The evening meal was served in a separate lovely dining room with a log fire and was excellent as was the breakfast.
Pros: Everything. The buildings, the rooms, the comfort, the charming owner, the excellent and very helpful waitress, the food, the other guests. I do recommend this place.
Cons: There was nothing to dislike about the Auberge
Pros: The 16th century manor with the accommodation in one of the round towers, a walk in a vast rose garden, the evening meal in the restaurant
Cons: The breakfast exceeded the price quoted on our booking and the food offered did not reflect the price charged
Pros: We picked this for our last night in France as it is only 15-20mins from the ferry port at Dieppe. The rooms are in a fabulous 16th century building. They are fairly basic, but the facilities are perfectly adequate. There is a lovely walled garden you can walk around, and an on site restaurant which served excellent food.
Cons: The bed wasn't quite as comfortable as the other places we stayed on this trip.
Pros: Very comfortable and cozy hotel. Very beautiful garden. Very tasty breakfast.
Pros: We only stayed one night while travelling to Dieppe. We had a very warm welcome! Brigitte speaks very good English and was very informative. The hotel is so old we just loved the history. Dinner at night was also excellent! Can’t fault it!
Pros: Beautiful location and people who own it are lovely
Pros: The location and period of the house
Cons: Not finished and a little unclean and basic fittings
Arch’Angels Home is a 17th-century house situated in the village of Arques-la-Bataille, 6.5 km from Dieppe. It features a colourful garden with a 13th-century well, a children’s play area and a wide variety of vegetables and medicinal plants. Rooms have simple, individual decoration and each has a fireplace and views of the garden. Each bathroom features a bathtub and is decorated with potted plants. Free WiFi is available. A buffet breakfast is included. Brunch, lunch and evening meals are available on request and are cooked with fruit and vegetables from the garden and local products from the market. Arch’Angels Home is in the village centre where guests can find shops, grocery stores and restaurants. The Base de Loisirs de la Varenne is 3 km away and offers outdoor activities such as windsurfing, kayaking and rock climbing. A fitness centre is available and bicycle rental is possible at an extra charge.
Pros: The Dinner that was served was simply amazing. And so was the breakfast ! Sophie is just a great host ! we had a super stay there on our way to Bretagne. Would always stop over there again. Very special location
Cons: I have waited this long to give feedback as i wanted to be fair, i did read something about the water when booking however thought it would have been fixed , given the fact i was paying €90 a night... stayed on the 15th August ( no cold water !) she said because of the bank hoilday she could not get a plumber, however i have seen a post put up in september ( still no running water) surely a basic need for a BB is to be able to have a wash and brush ones teeth..... Was going to stay 2 nights stayed one even though i'd paid for 2, whats that tell you... Make your own mind up ....
Cons: No running water - cats wandering into the bedroom
Pros: This is a very charming and a little eccentric bed and breakfast located in the beautiful Normandy countryside. The service was warm and personal, the rooms very comfortable. My family very much enjoyed the experience .
Cons: Would have liked to have been offered coffee or tea on arrrival.
Pros: The location to Dieppe. Nice little town.
Cons: Overpriced. It felt like you were staying in someone's home instead of a B&B. You can't lock your room. We were in the attic suite. Breakfast - lack of choice with no buffet. Pancakes and cakes served each day. You have to eat what's put in front of you.
Pros: Our host Sophie was excellent from the outset. So friendly and helpful and laid on a wonderful breakfast. The room was very comfortable and the bathroom superb.
Pros: We enjoyed the beautiful house and garden, and the welcoming owner, and the trouble she takes to produce home-made continental breakfasts ( we had 4) with fresh pancakes, cakes, and jams, and delicious evening meals (we had one on our first and our final nights. We shared her taste in classical music ! Her two cats were very friendly........ and one would have loved to sleep in our room ! We decided not to share it, however! Our hostess gave us some good tips and recommendations re local sights and gardens, and Dieppe restaurants. The historic house is set in a beautiful square of likewise historic and lovely houses, below the huge castle ruins, which you can walk around but not enter as it is being restored. The local countryside features beautiful valleys in the chalk hills inland of Dieppe, with countless picturesque villages, and only 10 minutes from Dieppe, and the coast which has a series of seaside villages and chalk cliffs, stretching both East and West from Dieppe itself. sandy and pebble beaches, and lots of local seafood in the restaurants!
Cons: Our large and elegant room had a delightful en suite bathroom, with super bath, and big shower, but the toilet itself was not en suite, but across the landing. The bedroom was fresh and spotless, but there was a slight odour of cats about the hallway, and the stairway would benefit from redecoration.
Pros: Sophie is a wonderful hostess. She went out of her way to make our trip to Arques-la-Bataille special and perfect. Our room was beautiful and clean and the breakfast was delicious and artistically prepared.
Pros: It is a beautiful very old house, the owner takes a lot of preparation for the breakfast. Baking cakes, making marmelades, yoghurt, pancakes etc.
Cons: The coffee is cold if you like to drink the coffee with milk and the owner wanted 10 Euros for a breakfast for a 3 years old boy, which I think is too much. The floor was quite dirty as my baby robbed over it (I could see it on her clothes) and the owner, which is the only staff, pretends to be calm, relaxed and even spiritual, but if she turns around she seems to be very hectic and stressed. There was a lot tension in the room, so no one really tried to speak at the breakfast table.
Pros: good breakfast.
Cons: no complete toiletroom. No chair at the bedroom. The price quality is bad.