18th century guesthouse – Charm and elegance
La Maison du Parc, elegant shipowner’s house built in 1764, is a charming residence where Honfleur’s historian, Charles Bréard (1839-1913), used to live. After several years of works, this 18th century house has been entirely renovated and converted into a guesthouse by its former owners.
Guesthouse looking out on the park
The main building, called “the big house”, is entirely dedicated to our guests. The bedrooms overlook a hundred-year-old park, full of trees and blooming with flowers, overhung by a magnificent araucaria. Located in the heart of the park, L’Orangerie, small independent cottage in a green setting, invites you to a romantic escape for intimate moments.
Gourmet breakfast and kitchen reserved for our guests
A gourmet breakfast is served from 9 AM to 10:30 AM around a large table (Mariage teas, coffee roasted in Honfleur, homemade jams). You can be served earlier or later on request. La Maison du Parc strives to favour organic products.
For a small snack or if you wish to feel “at home” and prepare your meals yourself, the kitchen in the big house is reserved for you : just bring the ingredients and all the equipment is at your disposal.
Escape, recreation and culture
Ideally located in Saint-Léonard’s historic district, the estate will allow you to discover our pretty city on foot. Honfleur is a popular destination for its scenic strolls. Amande and Sandrine will give you tips during your stay about the tours not to be missed or if you wish to be entertained. You can also laze in the park and sample the delights of the “douce Normandy”.
Come and have a break from the rest of the world in this enchanting setting.