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good breakfast - pity it's not included though - clean rooms - good location for seeing the seine valley, upper normandy and the odd trip to rouen. premier rooms are pricey - oil refinery is a bit of a surprise and a bit noisy at night despite being quite a way off. not much wrong with the place though.
Large confortable room and very quiet None
The breakfast was very good indeed It was like a motel. No-one was in on the day we arrived, and we had to use a previously emailed code on an entrance door combination lock. Our keys were left out on the reception desk, and we saw no staff at all until breakfast the following day. The restaurant was advertised as of high quality, and this contributed to our choice of hotel. However, the restaurant was closed, even though menus were visible at the entrance gateway and within the hotel itself. We had to go to a local creperie to have a less than satisfactory meal, and this was a very disappointing outcome.The rooms were adequate only, and the overall cost was equal to that paid in Bayeux the previous night in the Novotel Hotel, which was luxurious by comparison.
breakfast no evening meals even though we requested them in our booking, restaraunt closed sat&sun
Cleanliness Basic bordering on frugal. Food was below average, certainly not gourmet.
Good sized room; pleasant immediate surroundings The restaurant was closed during our visit (no advance warning given) The proximity of a large oil refinery would have put us off if we had known about it, although it had no impact on the hotel or our stay
nice place overall, pretty hotel, not far from seine, etretat and seine-maritime tourist spots. good breakfast. watch out when wind turns - refinery fumes rather ruin the ambience. gravenchon has very little to do wrt food, bars etc.
very pleasant and welcoming staff. The area is very quiet and relaxing. we had difficulty finding a place to have dinner on a Sunday evening
The room was very clean, and the restaurant stayed open to a very reasonable hour, serving very good food. We took a long time to find it. Road numbers appear to have changed, and did not coincide with our current road atlas of France.
The food was very good and reasonably priced.thechoice of wine was good and again it was a fair price Uncarpeted corridor noisy. room very basic bedside tables would have been an improvement
The staff were very helpful, good food & conveniantly situated for our trip
Quiet location. Breakfast ok It is quite a problem that the hotel's restaurant is closed on Sunday (and Saturday) evenings as it is quite imposible to find a place in the neighbourhood to have dinner on Sunday evenings
good value, not a very nice location, food fair and service good rather dreary location
Friendly service. Good bed. No lift to the first floor.
Hotel is quite basic but rooms were very clean and comfortable, internet worked great, it was nice to be able to park right outside our room. We had two connecting rooms which were perfect for our family of five, good value. Location not great, close to a small town, but this was a stopover enroute to elsewhere so we didn't choose it for the location, only the proximity to the road we were travelling on - which it was very close to. Very easy to find. For the price we paid for two rooms we were very pleased with the hotel. It is basic but clean. It is definitely not a luxury hotel, but great for a stopover.
Quiet hotel. Staff very friendly. Can't think of any bad points to add about this hotel.
Very friendly staff. Nice surroundings - large garden and very quiet, although I could hear the people in surrounding rooms. Tiny bathroom. Toilet didn't flush properly and ran constantly, shower was dirty. They did send someone to fix the toilet and it worked once, and then stopped working again. Really, really uncomfortable bed.
Meals were very good Nothing
convenient just off motorway basic
Friendly helpful and cheerful staff. Free WiFi Hotel corridor doors were very noisy and needed oiling.
Clean and cheap for a single traveller. Very convenient location at the intersection of the A13 and A28. Ideal stop-over when travelling from the Channel Tunnel to the South-West of France. Nothing
Proximity to motorway
Restaurant and value for money
Easy of finding, excellent and helpful staff, good place to stop on a long journey when travelling further, restaurant was reasonable/good, all parts of the hotel were spotlessly clean, there is a large car park at the hotel, a local town is 5-10 minutes walk away where there are some good bars and restaurants if you want to use/visit them
Easy to find, good buffet supper and breakfast Nothing
It was away from traffic sounds, very comfortable, and the restaurant had a wonderful buffet after a long day of sight seeing We would have enjoyed having a room with 2 double beds as we were traveling as a family
Very close to motorway and yet quiet. The heating had not been switched on in the room so it was cold when I arrived and took a while to get warmer.
The tranquility, the swimming pool, There was a dog in the neighbouring garden which barked all afternoon when we first arrived. The breakfast was rather expensive
Peaceful and in the real french countryside.
luxurious room and nice surroundings
It was the best and available hotel Car parking is not convenient, maintenance glitches in the room, light bulb, bath tub not emptying, shower hanging loose, can't fix its position. At time of making reservation it is not clear that the rooms are in various houses on the premises. No restaurant.
Friendly staff, lovely village, fantastic restaurant only 200 meters away. Quiet place for a getaway. brand new furnishing.
The setting is tranquil and the village is very picturesque.The hotel is rather expensive: it has no restaurant, a very limited bar facility, no safe parking. The room we were shown into on arrival had not been serviced. The young assistant was confused. We were upgraded. I am not sure how easily the situation would have been resolved had I not been fluent in french.
The ambience was peaceful, rural, luxurious. We were to have stayed in the room called "Paris" but the aircon did not work, so we were upgraded to "New York." We did not ask for this, the concierge insisted. Both rooms were lovely, "New York" was especially luxurious.We enjoyed the terrace with its loungers and the jacuzzi and the decor. Although evening meal was not on offer, it was only a short and pleasant walk to a good restaurant, booked for us by the hotel.When paying the bill, we realised that it was a good idea to take a print-out of one's booking.We had a bargain! I was unjustifiably concerned that as the car park was not visible from the hotel, it was vulnerable. But the village of Jumieges is not like that, I am sure!
The overall experience is outstanding
I loved the room they all have a theme. The hotel is very pretty. Staff is friendly. Pity there is now restaurant. The breakfast is ok but expensive. If you ad the breakfast for two people and the room price it is a little over the top.
Extreme courtesy of all the staff. Willingness of staff to accommodate changes to arrangements. Location in very pleasant countryside.
Astonishing old manor house in a beautiful garden. Charming room, comfortable bed, absolutely silent - we really slept well here. The staff was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was a little bit too expensive as there was nothing special about it.
We thought the meals were excellent. The Hotel had an indoor and outside pool which was nice for our children.
Though it is a lovely hotel and the staff were very helpful, our stay was spoilt by the fact that a film shoot that was being done there had overrun. This meant we could not check in on time and parking was very awkward. The clean up from the shoot was still underway when we had breakfast the next morning and then left.We had not received any notice of this situation. However we were given an upgrade and a very modest price reduction for the inconvenience.
The care and attention given by all the staff was exceptionally good. We were supposed to be staying in an attic room but as soon as we walked in ,Madame noticed that my husband is tall so she upgraded us. We stayed for 4 nights and slept in 3 different rooms and the staff moved all our belongings and clothes for us, so it was no trouble to us. All rooms lovely. The food was also really good
Excellent service when we had a difficult booking experience. Friendly and attentive staff The hotel is a little tired and could do with some painting and updating in the social areas.
The hotel, room and food were fabulous and sited well for the surrounding area. Although we considered we had excellent value for money it seemed that our 'package price' for half board (3 nights), through booking.com, was actually the room only price, the hotel did however honour our package price. The hotel would have been very expensive if a package price had not been available.
perfect ambiance, perfect service and perfect food
Staff friendly and effecient. Restaurant good. Hotel not easy to find, tucked away on commercial estate.
We struggled to find this hotel it was very poorly signposted from the motorway and hotel directions from website were of little help. We also requested a cot but this was not provided initially, however the staff did rectify request
Very clean Had booked 1 x double and 1 x triple (which should have been double and single) but there was a twin and a "put up bed"
Locality good for the ferry at Le Havre. Reasonably priced. The standard of accomodation is constant.(We have used this hotel before). Evening meal menu and quality adequate. Staff/waitress helpful and pleasant.
Very good breakfast for a Campanile hotel. Every guest should know that this hotel is situated uphil 2 kms north of the oil refineries outside Le Havre. This means that you do not see the refineries from the hotel, but their smell in strongly present throughout the whole neigbourhood including around the hotel (and in your room if you would open the window). This hotel is only suitable for business travellers (most likely working in, for or with the oil industry). For any other guests this hotel should be disadvised in view of the high room and breakfast prices. This Campanile should cut their prices to a budget level in order to making it attractive to non-business travelers. Not surprisingly we were nearly the only guests on a Saturday stay over.
The hotelstaff is very friendly. You don't pay much for a room so you don't have to expect much. The breakfast was very good but diner was not good
Good breakfast. Clean rooms Not the easiest place to find - better signage from the main roads
Nice and quiet. The restuarant was being built. Zero ffod in evening.
Excellent service - Stayed overnight on the way to Calais with Family. We checked in late and requested an early breakfast. Breakfast was therefore provided in our room and was excellent. The room actually turned out to be a small gite with 2 bedrooms, lounge/diner & kitchen etc, with a rural outlook onto a farm. Would highly recommend for anyone travelling with a young family - Watch out for the turkey though!!!!!
The owners were very welcoming, friendly and provided lots of advice about local attractions. Table d'hote meals were very enjoyable and gave the opportunity to engage with the other guests, and sample the local cider, calvados and cheese.
Very quiet setting. Owners of the inn asked if we'd like to stay for dinner for 20 Euros a person. Good meal and good value. Owner ate with us, as did others who were staying for the night. Very cute cottage with two separate bedrooms and a futon that comfortably slept 6 people. Cozy setting. Glad we stayed here. A really intimate feel.
Very friendly, warm welcome on arrival. Accomodation full of character in lovely countryside. The owners were very helpful giving lots of information on local places of interest for us to visit. None.
This second visit to La Ferme Saint Nicolas was as good as the first if not better as we had superb dinners in the evening this time. Our hosts were charming and friendly.
Very good breakfasts and a very nice dinner for additional payment. Very friendly owners. Excellent environment - clean air and picturesgue surroundings in a village style. Interesting room decoration. Maybe, it would be better to improve a little heating system in a room. It was a bit unusual to do everything very quickly not to be frozen in the evenings.:)))
The courtesy and warmth of the owners, the food, both at breakfast and dinner (when possible), the quietness of the location, the size of the family suite.
Much has been said about the breakfast, and it is all true! We didn't try the evening dinners, but heard very positive things about that from other guests as well. The location is quiet and very nice with the animals on the grounds of the farm. Nice places like Etretat and Honfleur are within easy reach, and other places like Le Mont St Michel are just a 2 hour drive away. The room was simple, but the bed very comfortable. The owners do everything they can to make your stay a pleasant one.
The hospitality and friendliness of the owners was great and the fact that English was spoken if necessary was extremely useful. The accommadation clean, comfortable and unique. As a centre to explore the area this hotel is in a great position for both countryside and seaside.
The family atmosphere our hosts created amongst the international guests at meal times was a delight and the quality of the breakfast and dinner menus was outstanding.
We messed up our booking and the staff were very accomodating Not very comfortable
Given we were only staying one night,the helpful and pleasant attitude of the staff and the excellent self-service breakfast
Comfortable, friendly, excellent breakfast. Restaurant closed on a Weds and long drive to nearest one. No tea/coffee in room
Wonderful comfortable beds. Friendly welcome.
clean,quiet and polite friendly staff. The restaurant is closed during August to "solo" visitors as the hotel and facilities are taken over by coaches and tourist groups. The web site should have known this.Price was a little high without B/fst.
Easy to find, convenient stopover. Comfy, clean, just what we wanted.
Good reception service Restaurants and Bars Breakfast is served from 07:00 until 10:00. Dinner is served from 19:30 until 21:00. is the description included on the web site. This is not the case and we booked specifically to avail ourselves of this facility.
The pleasant welcome we received from your staff. The room smelt of smoke when we arrived. I realise this is as much a problem of your other guests.
Noisy exhaust fan in bathroom.
Easy to find. Clean. Pleasant staff. Very uncomfortable beds. Didn't seem to be much for breakfast - there were 5 of us and we paid 40 euros for a roll and drink each.
Excellent room with a view of the Seine; very friendly staff;a good sized car park. Restaurant was closed on the Monday we visited with no restaurants close by so had to drive for dinner.
The staff were all efficient and the proprietix really friendly and helpful. Whilst a bit basic it was very clean and not bad for a 2 star hotel. Fridge in the bedroom and decent tv but no air-con.Excellent French food in the restaurant but pricey if you didnt stick to the set menu which had limited choices. Lots of local French people eating there which usually says something about the quality of food. I found it relaxed and friendly and I enjoyed my stay. Continental breakfast only but beautifully presented. When you arrive, it really doesnt look good at all from the outside but is so much better inside.
WiFi in whole hotel, free parking, restaurant in hotel. None
The receptionist was very nice and helpful. And she has a very good english. I recommend this hotel.
The position of the hotel overlooking the Seine. The fact that it was central to the town which was interesting to explore. Did not dine there because the published menu was not appealing and seemed very expensive.
Convenient location between Le Havre and Rouen. Overlooking the Seine. Excellent restaurant. The tour boats which overnight at Caudebec are noisy (engine noise) during the night. They moor very close to the hotel.
Location, Good restaurant with good service, 24 hour access The decor was a little shabby
Close to the main road. expensive restaurent decoration work started at 8.00 am already
A clean, comfortable hotel offering very good value for money. The breakfast which cost 9 Euros was also well worth the money. Excellent views of the Seine from rooms at the front of the building.
Easy to find, excellant location, good value. Unable to pay by credit card, therfore I had to pay by cash.
A clean comfortable hotel with very helpful and friendly staff. Even with our limited French there was never a problem in communication with the staff. The food was magnificent! Unfortunately we did not know in advance about the Music Festival that takes place on 21 June each year in Caudebec en Caux. Very loud and very busy. It did however finish promptly at 00.30 and we were able to sleep afterwards.
Early morning receptionist very stand offish. The others we met were fine. Compared to hotels in Gt Britain the room facilities were poor. The wash basin was cracked and chipped
Very comfortable. Good setting and a relaxing overnight stop on our drive from Calais to southern Brittany.
Clean rooms, friendly staff. Hotel close to centre of town. Beautiful historic village. None
A very good small traditional French hotel, only two hours from the channel ports, ideally situated for an overnight stay. Gourmet menu was excellent, but good choice of meals also available at lower prices.
Room clean and tidy. Hotel in good location on edge of town. Secure parking in enclosed courtyard. Excellent four-course dinner for 27 euros. We were not able to gain access to the hotel until 18.00 hrs, despite arriving at 15.30 hrs.; The reception was locked and unmanned. I would advise guests to check this beforehand.
Very clean and comfortable. Good restaurant with a fair range of menus. Bath had shower attachment but no shower curtain.
Good location, and pleasant surroundings, comfortable room and varied menu On arrival found that the hotel was in darkness, with a note on the door advising that to gain access you should tap in your pin number, unfortunately we were not given a pin number. luckily just down the road was another logis hotel who were very helpful and made contact with the la cheval blanc, and gave us a pin no that allowed us access