Hotel des Loges

18 rue Brulee, Honfleur, Basse-Normandie, 14600, France
Hotel des Loges
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Where to find a good dinner on a November Sunday in Honfleur?

by lodgewillow

A group of us will be visiting Honfleur for just one night on 2 November.Help!..Will anything be open on Sunday evening? Will we be able to find a nice dinner?I understand that Saturday 1 November is a bank holiday so will Monday be quiet too?

Re: Where to find a good dinner on a November Sunday in Honfleur?

by cassiovieggore

I am sending two links concerned in Honfleur village.
You may note the restaurants phone number and call up to them and ask if 1 November the doors are shut out.,2,0,18.html


Re: Where to find a good dinner on a November Sunday in Honfleur?

by Ina08

Monday Nov. 3rd is a normal working day. There are lots of restaurants in Honfleur and I do not think you will have any problems finding a nice one for a Sunday evening as there generally is something going on there which attracts visitors - and therefore hungry people.

If you stay for one night only (I assume you will be staying in a hotel there), you could also ask the host or receptionist to direct you to a nice place.

Travel Tips for Honfleur

Festival of Shrimp and Fish

by rexvaughan

Evidently the first weekend in October is the "Fete de la Crevette et de la Peche" or Festival of the Shrimp and Fish (it sounds better in French doesn't it?). We just happened to be there at that time and enjoyed the festivities. Fresh foods of many kinds on sale around the Vieux Bassin, parades of boats, concerts and an excellent fireworks show. There was a concert on Friday night but the festivities were officially kicked off with a local band in front of the Hotel de Ville. Most of the activities centered around the basin where the parade of boats took place and the fireworks display was enhanced by the reflected brilliance in the waters. It was a family event as we saw parents, children, grandchildren all participating, especially around the merry go round.

St. Leonard's Church

by rexvaughan

St. Leonard's church is not regarded as the most beautiful in Honfleur but it is the only one we had time to get to and we found it very charming and interesting. There have been churches on this site since the late 12th Century but the current one is mostly 17th and 18th Centuries. The octagonal tower (18th Century) gives the exterior a pretty massive look. The interior however, is quite attractive with pointed arches lining the ambulatory and colorful murals between them. There is also some excellent statuary in the church.

Musée de la Marine

by dimilag

Located in the Saint Stephen’s church, along the old dock, you can find an important collection of model ships, maritime objects, engraving, remembering the prestigious past of our maritime city.

From February 15 to March 31 and from October 1 to November 15
Week days : 2.00 - 5.30 pm exept on Mondays
Week-end : 10.00 - 12.00 am / 2.00 - 6.00 pm
From April 1 to June 30 and from September 1 to September 30
Every day, except Mondays : 10.00 - 12.00 am / 2.00 - 6.00 pm
From July 1 to August 31, every day : 10.00 - 13.00 am / 2.30 - 6.30 pm
Closing : Mid november to mid-February, May 1.


by Beausoleil

"This is picturesque Normandy at its best."

This is the scene you imagine when anyone says Honfleur. Yes, it really is that pretty. We've seen it in sun and rain and it is equally beautiful in both. The rest of the town is worth a visit too so plan a nice long walk, including the park along the water.

"A wooden church in France!"

The story is that St. Catherine's was built from the wood of ships. It is incredibly beautiful inside and very different from the stone churches found elsewhere.


This little market in the square outside St. Catherine's was getting ready to close up for lunch. It gives you a good idea of the beautiful half-timbered houses you'll find in Honfleur.

Honfleur weekend

by Oana_bic

As I was saying on my other VT pages, actually Honfleur goes really well combined with Deauville & Trouville....
ure getting here the feeling of going backwards in time about 2 centuries....its really pitoresque, ancient, magic.... a kind of French Venice ....
the harbour shelters peintures & sculptures galleries, some of them kitsch some of them really to hang around between chees & fish market & the posh arty shops...
Here we go, my two friends Dima & James, bit sunburnt, bit starving, bit tired but all in all quite happy...


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 Hotel des Loges

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Address: 18 rue Brulee, Honfleur, Basse-Normandie, 14600, France