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Our recommended hotels in Department Seine-Maritime

BEST WESTERN Hotel du Vieux Marche
15 Rue de la Pie
76000 Rouen
7.7 / 10
Best Western De Dieppe
Place Bernard-Tissot
76000 Rouen
7.5 / 10
Inter-Hotel Eden Hotel
rue Gustave Eiffel
76230 Bois-Guillaume
7.6 / 10
Citotel Le Richelieu
132 Rue De Paris
76600 Le Havre
8.4 / 10
Hotel d'Angleterre
21 Quai du Havre
76000 Rouen
6.9 / 10
Logis Hotel Le Normandie
19, quai Guilbaud
76490 Caudebec-en-Caux
6.8 / 10
Inter-Hotel D'Angleterre
93 rue de la Plage
76400 Fécamp
7.2 / 10
Brit Hotel Le Relais Des Deux Rivieres
33 boulevard Gambetta
76000 Rouen
4.0 / 10
Hotel Windsor
18, boulevard de Verdun
76200 Dieppe
8.2 / 10
Hotel du Casino
14, avenue Clemenceau
76460 Saint-Valery-en-Caux
8.6 / 10
Hotel La Villa Marine
1, Place Pierre Semard
76470 Le Treport
Hotel Sisley
51 Rue Jean Lecanuet
76000 Rouen
Hotel du Pasino Le Havre
Place Jules Ferry
76600 Le Havre
8.8 / 10
Adagio Access Le Havre Les Docks
66 rue de l'Aviateur Guérin
76600 Le Havre
10.0 / 10
Logis Sofhotel
57, rue du Maréchal Leclerc
76440 Forges-les-Eaux
Logis Auberge Du Clos Normand
22 Rue Henri IV
76370 Martin-Église
7.9 / 10
Alive Hotel de Quebec
18-24 Rue de Quebec
76000 Rouen
6.8 / 10
Hotel Le Vert Bocage
864, route de Paris.
76520 Saint-Pierre-lès-Franqueville
Hotel Morand
1 rue Morand
76000 Rouen
7.7 / 10
Hotel Des Phares
29 Rue du General de Gaulle
76310 Sainte-Adresse
Hotel De La Marine
10, route du Havre.
76430 Tancarville
7.8 / 10
Hotel Les Voiles
3, place Clemenceau
76310 Sainte-Adresse
3.7 / 10
Hotel des Bains
3 rue de greenock
76450 Veulettes-sur-Mer
3.5 / 10
Hotel Restaurant Le Grand Cerf
9 Grande Rue Fausse Porte
76270 Neufchâtel-en-Bray
8.3 / 10
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In and around Department Seine-Maritime

The Département Seine-Maritime is in the north of France in the Region Haute-Normandy. The varied landscape with its small fields surrounded by hedges is reminiscent of the countryside in England. The main city of Rouen is watched over by the cathedral of Notre-Dame in the old town. The cathedral has a beautiful Chapel of the Virgin and graves from the 15th and 16th Centuries.

In the Musée des Beaux-Arts many impressionist and modern paintings are on show. In the Musée Le Secq des Tournelles, housed in the former church of St. Laurent, there is an impressive show of wrought iron. A commenorative tablet in mosaic on the Place du Vieux-Marché reminds the visitor that it was here that Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in 1431.

Dieppe is a small town on the coast with a regular ferry connection to Newhaven in England. The busy fishing port fascinates visitors and the church of St-Rémy has particularly rich decoration. From the chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours there is a good view over the town and the coastline. A two kilometer long beach invites the tourist to spend a while to bathe in the waters of the English Channel. The small seaside resort of Fecamp is hemmed in by high and imposing cliffs but it is to the famous distillery of the liqueur Benedictine, made by the monks of the order, that many people come to Fecamp.

Honfleur is very well known for its picturesque harbour surrounded by half-timbered houses and the traditions of Normandy are explained in the Musée du Vieux. The wooden church of Ste-Chatérine houses a museum devoted to the life and works of the artist Eugène Boudin who was the teacher of Claude Monets. It is easy to reach the area by several motorways and there are good train services from Paris. Le Havre is still one of the main commercial ports of France and was once the stopping point for trans-Atlantic liners. The manufacture of textile making and other machinery as well as the plastics industry are the chief economic activities of the region.

Population: 1 245 000 (2006)

Main towns: Rouen, Le Havre, Dieppe