It is no mystery why La Ferme Saint Siméon managed to lure so many artists in the 17th century. The hospitality of the inn at the time was legendary, and today the five-star hotel adds to it. The setting is fabulous, with the view of the Seine estuary. The beach is also nearby, and a free horse-drawn carriage ride will take you to the center of Honfleur. An unforgettable experience!
Upon your arrival before 6 pm, you will receive a delicious welcome drink. Recently married? Then you will get a room upgrade, according to availability.
This hotel is open all year round.
La Ferme Saint Siméon has 35 rooms.
You can check-in from 4 pm onwards. You can check out at 12 noon at the latest.
From 456 euros.
Be guided by the pleasant sound of hooves on the road. A beautiful horse-drawn carriage will take you to the center of Honfleur for free.
The rooms at La Ferme Saint Siméon are spread between the main building and the annexes "Le Pavillon" and "Le Pressoir. Some rooms are under the roof or have a balcony or terrace, which adds extra charm. Not that they need that extra charm, as all rooms are already tastefully and classically decorated.
To experience the same view of the mouth of the Seine that artists Monet, Corot and Baudelaire did back in the day, you have to be in the Luxe Estuaire room. You can also choose to stay in Monet's room, or in the room that was once Corot's studio.
Planning a day out? For lovers of nature walks or historical sites, the chef and his team will prepare a delicious picnic for you. Or spend the day with a guide, which is the best way to discover the secrets of the region. You can also explore the region yourself, treat yourself to a ride at the wheel of famous vehicles such as Marilyn Monroe's Ford Thunderbird, Brigitte Bardot's Austin Healey or Ralph Lauren's Morgan. To stay completely in the art atmosphere, La Ferme Saint Siméon also offers a watercolour course, led by a local painter and surrounded by beautiful nature. For those more active on holiday, Normandy offers lots of opportunities for water sports, for example kite surfing, windsurfing, sailing, surfing or jet skiing.
La Ferme Saint Siméon is more than happy to welcome its little guests! The hotel will gladly provide your room with a crib or an extra bed.
Make sure to reserve a table on the terrace of the restaurant "Les Impressionnistes" from where you can enjoy a unique light show over the Seine estuary.
Your breakfast of choice is always carefully selected, it is brought to your room or on the terrace overlooking the Seine estuary in fine weather. The particularly cozy gourmet restaurant 'Les Impressionnistes' offers delicious meals with daily fresh ingredients. The main focus is on regional dishes. The bistro 'La Boucane' serves simple, flavourful cuisine inspired by products from the sea. The hotel produces its own honey in a sustainable and local way to indulge the taste buds of its guests. Enjoy this local honey on your plate or at breakfast, or buy your own jar to enjoy at home.
La Ferme Saint Siméon is quietly located in one of the most attractive parts of Normandy, in a beautiful garden overlooking the mouth of the Seine. You are only a short horse-drawn carriage ride away from the center of Honfleur and about 200 meters from the beach. Other cool towns are also accessible, Villerville is 8 km away, Trouville and Deauville are 14 km away, Lisieux is 35 km away and Caen is 80 km away. Moreover, it is only a two-hour drive to Paris!
The nearest airport is Paris Beauvais Tillé, which is 183 km away. Charles de Gaulle is at 232 km and Orly is 220 km away.
At your request, the hotel can arrange a shuttle between Charles de Gaulle or Orly airports and the hotel or arrange private transportation with a driver.
If you arrive at the hotel in an electric car, charging stations are available for you. There is also free private parking that you are allowed to use.
La Ferme Saint Siméon is a stylish hotel in typical Normandy style. The hotel has great views and a wonderful location in the popular town of Honfleur. Ideal for interesting excursions in this beautiful part of Normandy. Wonderful!