I stayed here on a cycle tour through Normandy so my priority was a basic room with no frills which is exactly what this hotel offers. The staff are friendly, the room was clean and the hotel is right in the centre of town. Don't expect a modern premier inn standard with upto date decor and you won't be disappointed.Genuine Expedia guest review
Hotel is in a great location right in the centre of town but the rooms are in poor repair, the internet didn't work, the food in the restaurant was mediocre at best - the French beef was dreadful and there was no cheeseboard - in Normandy! The town is very quaint and there was an excellent market there on Tuesday. The area is steeped in history and […] only a short drive to the museums of WWII and the D Day landings. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Moisi mais accueillant"
Chambre 4- 1er étage - le 22/11/14 L'hôtel est relativement vide... Pourquoi nous donner une chambre dont le papier peint a des traces de moisissures ( environ 40/40cm ) et une douche dont les joints silicone sont au mieux partis, au pire noircis, sans parler du rideau de douche ignoble sur ses 30 derniers centimètres. Si c'est là leur chambre en meilleur […] état, je n'imagine pas les autres.... Côté déco, j'arracherais vite fait les plinthes recouvertes de moquette, mais faut pas trop en demander... Petit Dej copieux, mais classique (8€ quand même) et accueil sympa. Pour une note totale bien inférieure à 67€, un BB hôtel voire un première classe, donne une impression de propreté qui m'a manqué dans cet hôtel. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Très bon accueil, personnelle très sympathique et petit déjeuner également très bienGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"direkt in der Stadt"
gutes Abendessen direkt in der Stadt kleiner Parkplatz in der Einfahrt Zimmer sind schon etwas abgewohnt, aber für eine Zwischenübernachtung ok. Hatten ein 4 Bett-Zimmer bestellt und zwei verbundene Zimmer bekommen (in dem einen waren sogar 3 Betten) Dienstags ist wohl Markt, da ist es dann morgens schon früh recht laut wenn mn bei offenem Fenster […] schläft Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Hôtel vieillot, chambre qui mériterait une bonne rénovation, correct pour une soirée professionnelle mais personnellement je n'y retournerais pas. Ne correspond plus aux standards actuels.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Très bien bon rapport qualité prix"
Aucun bruit mais chambre un peu petite on accueilGenuine Hotels.com guest review
emplacement de l hotel tres bien, l aceuil bien,bonne qualitee de service personnel a l ecoute la chambre tres propre et confortableGenuine Hotels.com guest review
A very nice place in a small town, 30 minutes away with the car from Mont St. Michel.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Etape avant route vers Cherbourg"
Très bien placé à proximité du centre ville et des restaurants! Rien à dire de mal!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Tres jolie ville a visiter a pied tout pres de l,hotel. Hotel tres calme et petit dejeuner excellentGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Compte-tenu du confort de la chambre, le prix est un peu élevé: 55 euros au lieu de 73 paraitrait plus normal.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Très bien situé en centre ville"
Pourune seule nuit, plutôt pas malGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Une chambre correcte malgré une salle de bain décrépie. Des fenêtres laissant passer les bruits de la ville. Un accueil aimable. Possibilité de déjeuner et diner au restaurant de l'hotel mais nous ne l'avons pas testé.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Emplacement stratégique à proximité gare/fonderie"
très bonne !Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"a proximite de la fonderie de cloches et du mont s"
chambres propres , personnel accueillant et souriantGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Hotel St Pierre"
Bonne nuit, secteur calme. J'apprecie ce genre d'hotel en gestion "mode familial" en comparaison des chaines d'hotels trop standardises. Par contre, une petite renovation ferait du bien....Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"word of caution"
09/06/13 mhershkovitz Tel Aviv, Israel
We took three rooms and stayed at the hotel for one night on March 2013. The hotel has no elevator and for the rooms on the first floor we had to carry our luggage up steep and rather back-breaking flights of stairs. March was a cold month, and in one of the rooms the heater wasn't working, so it was a freezing, sleepless night for the people in this room. The rooms are simply furnished. The breakfast was good.
"Perfect Overnight Stop"
08/17/13 jim8161 Lee-on-the-Solent, United Kingdom
My son and I decided to cycle from Ouistreham (Caen) to St. Malo and located Villedieu-Les-Poeles as an approximate mid-point for an overnight stop. We chose Hotel Saint-Pierre as it was cheap (we paid €53 for a twin) but it seemed well regarded in other reviews. And we were not disappointed. The room was spacious and airy, the beds were clean and comfortable and the shower worked adequately to remove the sweat and grime after a full day riding. The Menu-Du-Jour was tasty and decent size portions filled our empty bellies for a reasonable €12.95. Would definitely stay here again.
08/12/13 reggierenault Chichester, United Kingdom
What a find! After a long hard day watching the Tour, we chanced on The Hotel Saint Pierre, and although we were only looking for a bar, the menu looked so good we decided to stay to eat. The restaurant, while rustic, was charming and comfortable, and echoing earlier comments, the staff were excellent and the food was reasonably priced. The ambience was great in spite of the majority of diners being from England on the evening we were there. The highest accolade however, must go to the le menu (three courses for €12.95), brilliant value for money and a main course of local rabbit in a mustard sauce - superb! All rounded off with the local Calvados. Please note that we didn't stay in the hotel, this is a review for the restaurant only.
"Fourth night of our group cycling holiday"
07/29/13 Mothmith Derby, United Kingdom
Six out of eleven of us stayed on the fourth night of our group cycling (rest were in Le Fruitier). Rather strange place. Said full on the door but very few people seemed to be staying. Two of our couples each had a quad room on fourth (?) floor which were two adjoining rooms. My wife and I should also have had quad room but got a very sparsely furnished triple room at the back of the hotel. Not very comfortable at all but we were charged €20 less than expected. Breakfast was mediocre especially the coffee from the urn. Quite the poorest accommodation of the seven hotels we stayed in.
04/19/13 ClogsinFrance Caen, France
The four of us had a good meal in the restaurant. Not exceptional in any way but it certainly was value for money. We have to mention that 4'6" waitress and would like to suggest to make sure she never leaves. She's a star. Friendly, courteous, efficient, charming, you name it. Ambience quiet and good for our business meeting. Steak cooked right and good quality.
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03/28/13 eric h Herne Bay, United Kingdom
The location couldn't be better.Right in the centre of the town.In England this would be called a coaching Inn as it was divided by a small arched entrance through which you could park.On one side was the main building and the other newly renovated rooms ,which were spectacular in design.Apart from the main restaurant which was very smart,the remainder was rather average,The evening meal wasn't terrible ,but it wasn't anything special either.We didn't chance the breakfast,which again looked ok.I would neither recommend or condemn.There were certainly plenty of good things to enjoy
"not a very nice hotel"
03/14/13 Alan W Villedieu Les Poêles
Room had a hostel feel about the place, ie functional as opposed to inviting and comfortable. I reported to the hotel staff that there were cracked tiles on the bathroom floor which could cut my feet open on entry/exit from the shower. In response they offered me one of their superior rooms at extra cost. I replied that I'm not paying extra for a safe room as it should come as standard. The hotel generally was very tired and in dire need of modernisation. Given the awful customer service I refused to have breakfast. My conclusion is that it is not a nice place to stay!
"Rustic French charm, wonderful food, welcoming hosts."
09/12/12 mollin33 bristol
We stayed at Hotel St.Pierre for a mid week break as a couple. We chose to stay in a designer room which is slightly separate from the main hotel but only by a few yards. We arrived on our motorbike which as soon as put side stand dowm immediately fell over! The chef and his assistant were out immediately and helped to correct the bike. (The chef does not speak any English but his wife does). Once we were sorted we checked in, our host was very welcoming and friendly. We enquired whether we could use the garage to store the bike overnight as previously requested when booking. Key was made available immediately, we were able to store the bike each night. The owner did not appear put out that we were in bike gear, all was no trouble at all. The designer room was reached via a separate main door with steep stone stairs spiralling around til room was reached. Not suitable for those with mobility issues but brilliant for all else. Room is decorated in a modern French style, earthy colours everywhere. The room had plenty of storage space, bathroom brilliant, you could hold a party in the shower alone, really roomy. The bed was very low, futon type height. The bed was very big, what I think would be classed as quuen size. We have a kingsize bed at home but this was much larger, really comfortable. One pillow each on the bed (square shaped pillows) but there are two more in the wardrobe. The heating (radiator) was not on as it was still very warm there but there is a mobile oil heater which can be plugged in to take the chill off if needed. We had dinner in the restaurant, the chef who is also the co-owner is wonderful. 3 course meal every night, food was so good, oysters, steak, home made traditional desserts, all reasonably priced, very cheap compared to English prices. The waitress we had each evening was very helpful and friendly even though knew only a little English. We got by with our pigeon french and hand signals. I would definately recommend eating every evening in the hotel restaurant, we did try a couple of other places but the food did not compare with very linited choice compared to the hotels menu. There is a choice of 2 different priced a la carte menus and a page of individual choices all reasonably priced. Breakfast consists of typical continental fayre, coffee exceptionally good. We stayed there as a base for touring around Normandy, hotel in perfect location to visit the War Cemeteries, Bayeaux, Mont St.Michael etc.The hotel is in a small town famous for the bell making, shops selling them are everywhere. Not much going on in the evening, very quiet town. There isn't really a bar area, there is a small area where the bar is but no one tended to use it. I also noticed the hotel was used for one night only guests, what appeared to be professional salesmen appeared each morning at breakfast only to be replaced by different men the next morning. As well as families/couples using the hotel for a break in their journey. Everyone, the staff and other guests were all very friendly and chatty, we were made to feel very welcome. I would have no trouble recommending the hotel for anyone. I cannot comment on the rooms in main hotel as I did not see any of them. The hotel has parking which is reached from the back of the hotel including garage storage for motorbikes. Perfect location for touring Normandy. Approx an hour from St.Malo.
"Avoid the Restaurant at all Costs"
07/26/12 BipBip2011 London, United Kingdom
My Husband and i dined here recently and weren't impressed with either the food, or the service. A limited menu and child sized portions, all served up with a dusting of paprika - one can only imagine this passed for presentation. As a teetotaller i generally order juice with my meal but was told they only had orange and apple juice, so i opted for the former. Unfortunately this was the concentrated stuff, and beleive it or not, served in a childs glass. I opted for the fruit salad at the end of my meal and was served a small wicker basket with an orange, banana, apple and a kiwi fruit; i was also given a knife, i had to prepare the fruit myself. The small town doen't boast many hotels or restaurants which is probably the reason this place has managed to stay open for as long as it has, there just isn't any competition. If you can, avoid the place and head towards Bayeux where you'll find decent hotels, excellent food, and service that is second to none. Faded and uninspiring, this hotel is one to avoid.
06/15/12 Anita G Salisbury, United Kingdom
Took a group of 10 guests here for an evening meal part way through a 4-day battlefield tour of the Normandy D-Day beaches. All the guests were English speaking and opted for the 3 course menu with drinks. The prices were extremely fair and the food excellent with sufficient choice of starter/main/dessert to please a very mixed group of diners. The staff were extremely pleasant, attentive and helpful. We will dine here again as the excellent food and atmosphere make for a more pleasing dining experience.
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