Map and route

La Maison du Corsaire is located in the centre of Honfleur, just two minutes on foot from the church of Sainte-Catherine and a stone’s throw away from the port and the Vieux Bassin (old harbour). 


Guest house in the centre of Honfleur in Calvados

Your getaway in Normandy

La Maison du Corsaire is situated in the centre of Honfleur, just two minutes on foot from the church of Sainte-Catherine church and a stone’s throw away from the port and the Vieux Bassin (old harbour). 

An ideal starting point for exploring on foot all the must-see sites of this Norman town. And for those with a little more time on their hands, why not enjoy the charms of the Côte Fleurie, or take a day-trip to Deauville and Trouville and soak up the history of the D-Day landing beaches.

La Maison du Corsaire

Getting here

By car

•    Latitude: 49.421342
•    Longitude: 0.13495

From Paris (A13)

•    Join the A29
•    Take exit 3 Honfleur
•    Follow the direction Caen, Deauville, Trouville, Honfleur
•    Enter La Rivière-Saint-Sauveur
•    Enter Honfleur

From Lille

•    Follow the A1 then the A29 in the direction of Pont de Normandie
•    Take exit 3 Honfleur/Pont-Audemer
•    Continue on the D580 to reach the Rue des Capucins

From Nantes (A11, A28)

•    Follow the A11 then the A28 in the direction of Courbépine
•    Take exit 14 towards Le Havre/Evreux/Pont-Audemer/Bernay/Brionne
•    Follow the D580 in the direction of the Rue des Capucins 


A municipal paying car park directly opposite our guest house provides easy parking.

By train

A shuttle bus service runs between Honfleur’s city centre and the closest train stations served by the Normandy Region TER (regional rail transport) as well as the Intercity trains coming from Paris Saint-Lazare Station :
•    Deauville-Trouville Station (15 km)
•    Pont l’Évêque Station (17 km)

By plane

Airports close to Honfleur:
•    Deauville-Normandie airport (11 km)
•    Le Havre-Octeville airport (29 km)
•    Caen-Carpiquet airport (73 km)
•    Rouen-Vallée de la Seine airport (85 km)

By boat

Regular ferry crossings also run between the English city of Portsmouth and the French cities of Caen-Ouistreham and Le Havre.

Distance in kilometres and
journey time between
La Maison du Corsaire and: 

Le Havre

Tourism and activities in Normandy

You simply have to conjure it up in your mind to feel you’re already on the move: little Honfleur beckons you to embark on some big adventures. 

In this delightful, historical and romantic seaside town, enjoy moments of rest, fine dining and revitalisation, whatever the season or occasion, and at less than two hours from Paris.

Honfleur marks the start of the Côte Fleurie, whose naturally dreamy atmosphere makes it the ideal destination for a romantic getaway to Normandy. Follow the coastline and discover its picturesque little harbours and unspoilt landscapes. And while you’re there, why not indulge in some sunset strolls on the beaches of Cabourg and Deauville...?

A romantic getaway for two 
10 km
5 mins

There are a host of discoveries to be made just a few kilometres from Honfleur, be that a trip to Le Havre via the Pont de Normandie bridge, a day out on the D-Day beaches, or a visit to Lisieux and Evreux to immerse yourself in Medieval times. Get the most out of your Honfleur getaway by exploring everything this astonishing region has to offer.

Exploring the surroundings

Cider from the apple orchards of Calvados, crème fraîche, Isigny butter, oysters and mussels, and meats and cheeses, fresh from Normandy farms: nature is truly abundant here and provides a whole panoply of local products and recipes for which this food-loving region is renowned! To discover these delicacies, visit “Le Capucine”, the restaurant of Les Jardins de Coppélia, just a few kilometres away, where you can enjoy gourmet, organic, nutritious dishes all created from locally-sourced produce. Eat local and get a taste of “Made in Normandie”, to quote that famous French song…

A time to tell stories

Located on the Seine estuary, Honfleur is the perfect destination for enjoying nature. On its seaward side lies Butin beach with all its seaside activities, as well as the maritime port and river, the Vieux Bassin, Lieutenancy and Maritime museum. While its inward side features a variety of hiking trails throughout Calvados that can be tackled either on foot, bicycle or horseback, as well as parks in which to stroll and forests for soaking up the Norman countryside. Whether inland or by the sea, a getaway to Normandy is a guarantee of unspoilt scenery and a promise of reconnecting with nature...

Soak up the sea air