An old farmhouse is the focal point of this 17th-century half-timbered slate hotel, one of Normandy's most elegant and prestigious inns. It's in the hills above Honfleur, about 1.5km from the old port. The shimmering water of the English Channel draws artists to the hilltop inn, said to be where Impressionism was born in the 19th century. Much of the hotel has terra-cotta floors, carved wood, and copper and faïence touches. Guest rooms, which are formal and comfortable, have fabric - covered walls. Some rooms contain exposed half-timbering or ceiling beams; others hold canopy - covered beds. Most have antique or heirloom furnishings. Bathrooms are beautifully maintained and half of them have tub/shower combinations.
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Address: Rue Aldolphe Marais, Honfleur, Basse-Normandie, 14600, France