Best Western Hotel Hermitage,  Montreuil-Sur-Mer

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Place Gambetta, 62170, Montreuil-sur-mer, France - Karte ansehen
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Best Western Hotel Hermitage,Montreuil-Sur-Mer
  • 5
    « Another enjoyable stay at this hotel »

    This is the second time I have stayed at this hotel on a short break to France. Once again it was very pleasant, comfortable and very good value for money. Very friendly staff too. The location is excellent, in a very pretty historic town. For a one or two night break from the UK, I would say this is an excellent choice and I am sure I will be back again.

    « Great location. Friendly and helpful staff »

    Stayed for two nights. Really good value. Spacious, clean and quiet double room on the first floor overlooking the square. Great location although to be fair the town is compact so you are not that far from anywhere. Breakfast was good with the expected range of fresh bread, preserves, ham, cheese, eggs etc. One small gripe was the slow speed of the one coffee/hot water machine which led to quite a wait for a hot drink. However, what made this such a treat was the staff. They couldn't have been more helpful. All spoke great English. Ashraf in particular was a star in recommending restaurants and ringing round to find a dinner reservation which was easier said than done on a holiday weekend. No hesitation in recommending this hotel for a long weekend and will definitely return next time we are in the region.

    « Perfect base for exploring Montreuil »

    This hotel's central location makes it a perfect base for exploring Montreuil. The town is very compact anyway so nothing is very far from anything else, but a central location really adds to the convenience, especially when changeable weather forces a change of plans and/or clothes. Our room (a standard double) was large and comfortable, with room to spread out. The bathroom was clean and included a working hairdryer, which instantly earned the hotel points over and above some others of our recent experience. Throughout our short stay (2 nights) we found the staff to be very welcoming and helpful. The reception staff especially so, speaking excellent English and happy to provide information and directions for local attractions. Although the hotel has its own parking facility we used the free parking in Place Gambetta which was just as (if not more) convenient.

    « Next door to the Wine Society »

    So if you're thinking of buying wine this hotel is very convenient, although when we were there, the Wine Society had virtually no stock! The hotel is comfortable and within 5 minutes walk of the main restaurants in town. We didn't eat here so can't comment on the food. The room was big, comfortable and had good facilities. The hotel bar was well-stocked and the staff were friendly. Breakfast was comprehensive, although we advise you to boil your egg for twice as long as they suggest in order to achieve something edible.

    « A very good hotel »

    We stayed as a group of 4 golfers in mid September for 4 nights and overall had an excellent time at the Hermitage. Location of the hotel is fantastic in the middle of Montreuil.Plenty of free car parking in square opposite hotel.No need to pay 10 euros a night in hotel compound. Rooms lovely and large and very comfortable.Cleanliness of bathroom however needs improving. Breakfasts were adequate - continental but plenty of choice. Staff very polite and helpful.Nice bar area but beer prices between 7-9 euros a pint ensured we went out most nights!!! Would definitely stay at the Hermitage again.Thank you.

    « A great place to stay. Warm & friendly welcome »

    We stayed on a Sunday night in order to do some shopping and sightseeing on the Monday. We were welcomed enthusiastically by Ashraf, the Manager who we had met before some years ago. He remembered us & nothing was too much trouble. Lovely bar area with reasonably priced bottles of wine. We had a first floor room, at the front of the hotel, overlooking the square & the church. We were amazed how tranquil it was. The buffet breakfast was absolutely fine, apart from the weak Lipton's tea bags (the French don't really 'get' tea!) We'll definitely return, despite the Wine Society shop closing down soon. Montreuil is a lovely enough place to visit and near to Le Touquet with it's beautiful beach.

    « OK but »

    This is the third or fourth stay here when visiting The Wine Society shop in the car park. The outside is impressive but many areas inside are faded and in need of updating. Room was adequate but again some attention to details missing. Not sure i will stay again

    « A firm favourite »

    The Hermitage is probably the best mid-priced hotel in the town of Montreuil. I prefer to pay a little more for the Confort Rooms which offer more space than the standard. We stayed in Room 204 which has a great view over the square. The staff were efficient and pleasant, and speak perfectly good English if you cannot manage French. I will certainly continue to use this well sited and well maintained hotel in the future.

    « A very comfortable night »

    This was not our first choice, but that one turned out to have a lot of hidden costs so we fetched up here, paying just 68 €uros + 2€ tax. The room was large and the bed very comfortable, and the toilet/wash areas were amazingly spacious. Everything was very clean and tidy, though probably a bit too tired looking for more than 4 stars. Overnight temperatures dropped unseasonably to 4º, but the heating system warmed the room decently in the morning. There was a wide breakfast choice (at 13€), including diy apparatus for toast and boiled egg if that is your thing. I was not fond of the coffee however which I found to be rather weak and insipid.

    « Good for a short stay »

    We stayed three nights recently on a golf trip to the area. Perfectly good, well run hotel but it needs a bit of money spent on it. Comfortable bedroom and bathroom. Breakfast was a good buffet (the toaster actually worked). We had a group dinner for 20 one night in the hotel's named restaurant. Okay - nothing special. Better to explore the old town which is right outside the hotel. Lots of restaurants within walking distance. One real bonus for the hotel: the batteries on my camera gave out one evening. The manager on the reception desk found me four (new) replacements and refused to charge for them. Another bonus for the hotel: a colleague's car battery expired twice. So the hotel arranged for a local garage to sort out the situation and find a new battery (which it did). And there is free wi-fi. Good Service!

  • 4
    « Just scrapes four stars »

    Charming location on a square with a church. Welcoming reception and bar. Room with high ceilings and pretty comfortable though it required some ingenuity to secure the windows open. Shower good and towels large. Let down by a distinctly average breakfast, with poor selection and coffee from machine. Entertained by a wedding in the square - and, whether linked to this or not, distracted from sleep by rather raucous shouting in the bar garden below. Did not try the restaurant - found a superb and inexpensive one nearby, the Cocquempot at 2 Place de la Paissonerie.

    « Back again... »

    This is now the forth time I have stayed in the Hermitage. Little changes year to year. Always welcoming. Good standard of rooms and breakfast. Nicely positioned in the town, just a few minutes walk from the centre.

    « Very good value »

    We stayed for one night on our way home, and to be honest the reason we booked this hotel was because it was so reasonably priced (68 Euros for a double room !). From the outside the hotel is very attractive, and it has nice outside seating and a comfortable bar. The rooms are a little "tired", but a reasonable size and perfectly clean. Our room was overlooking the carpark, so didn't have the nice views of the church, but equally didn't get woken up by the church bells in the morning. The room had a large bathroom, TV and a standalone air-conditioning unit (which we didn't use) The hotel also has plenty of secure parking, and for the price was a real bargain. Didn't have breakfast at the hotel, but at one of the many nearby cafes/bars that do breakfast.

    « Hotel not as impressive as the building »

    Stayed on a four night golf break. Room adequate but no heating of any sort, not even the towel rail. The weather turned cold and wet and we could not dry out the golf gear. We were told there would be no heating until the end of October. Breakfast minimal continental. No hot food except toast and a boiled egg if you did it yourself. The bathroom was disappointing with a shower in a bath which had come loose from its mountings. Balancing in a rocky bath trying to shower is no fun. TV in the bar ok if you speak French. Wonderful setting and wonderful town. Best Western should do better.

    « Architecturally interesting elegant- looking hotel »

    The outside of this hotel is very impressive and even has an attached chapel. It looks classically elegant and the inside is interesting too, and very welcoming. The building was built as a hospital but there are no bare rooms and corridors. The rooms are large and attractive with excellent large modern bathrooms, with bath. We stayed here twice going south and returning. The first bedroom had the most enormous bed, bigger even than anything I have seen anywhere, and the second time the bed was smaller but still a super king size. Both were superbly comfortable.The ceilings are very high with the tallest windows and curtains I have seen. There were sheer blinds too but the actual curtains could be drawn and had blackout linings. Breakfast was excellent, although extra. The bar was cosy with a very helpful barman who gave us advice on the town which is very attractive. There I an attached restaurant we didn't use, but it was packed and looked popular. The reception staff were very helpful. I am not sure why this was rated three star, but it may be because there was no porter, but there was a lift so this didn't matter. We actually chose this place because it had a walled car park with video surveillance but we were charmed by it anyway.

    « Good value on centre »

    Second tome in this hotel. Large rooms, good location. Booked on Best Western web site where the price of the room was only 5 Euros more to include breakfast, which otherwise would have been 13 Euro each, worth checking their official site. Offered a place to store our bicycles.

    « A return to Hotel Hermitage »

    A great hotel, perfect for any occasion the staff always welcome guests with open arms and the effervescent Eric behind the bar tops off any evening. The rooms are massive in size and the condition of each is a credit to the hotel. With ample car parking, inside a walled compound and locked gates at night the security is excellent. The bonus to this hotel is its location, the town of Montrieul is a delight to visit and in particular the many delightful restaurants in town.


    The hotel is large and functional and certainly good for a one night stop over. It was easy to park outside. The service was efficient but not especially friendly. Our bedroom was a reasonable size (111) but there were a few slight niggles. The hangers were captive and the glasses were plastic and you had to drink either from them or teacups. There was free wifi but you had to put in a password. Face flannels were provided but no bath robes. We did not stay for breakfast.

    « Comfortable night »

    Stayed here for just one night on our way back to Calais after a holiday in Epernay. Comfortable spacious rooms with decent sized bathrooms, although bathrooms were looking a little tired. Disappointed that the night (Wednesday) we stayed the hotel restaurant wasn't open. Didn't have breakfast in the hotel so can't comment.

    « Functional and clean room »

    The room was large and the bathroom spotless with good quality towels.The bed was large and the room spacious with a flat screen TVs and hospitality tray which was restocked daily.The carpet in room 212 needs cleaning but other than that we were very happy with the room

  • 4
    « Nice but nothing special »

    We stayed here for one night on the way back to the Eurotunnel. We have stayed in Montreuil before and thoroughly enjoy this beautiful little town although on this occasion a lot of it was being dug up with roads closed and footpaths impassable. I guess they are making improvements. The Best Western was offering a good deal on rooms so we decided to try this place instead of our usual stop. We have seen the building so many times and it looks impressive from the outside. Checking was very easy with the receptionist just asking that we check out by 10 or 11 or 12 at the latest the next day. I guess they were not full! There is nothing really wrong with the hotel except you expect something more from such a grand looking building. Everywhere is clean if a little tired and not exactly basic but not opulent. The room was lovely and big with a very comfortable bed. The bathroom was huge and there were plenty of towels and toiletries etc. It was a nice hotel but some little things just let it down a bit. For a room with two people staying in it they left one very small bottle of water on the desk. Why only one? The clock radio by the bed is shabby cheap and wasn't working so why bother having one. None of this would put me off staying here again and the staff were lovely so I can't complain too much. It just wasn't quite a grand as I had expected.

    « Car club fans run this place. »

    A group of 10 travelers in 5 cars, we stayed here for four nights. Each night we had pre and post dinner drinks in the bar. The bar staff were very hospitable, serving until late night. The walls of the bar area were covered in car rally plaques and photos of previous car rally cars were on display on a screen, both at the reception and in the bar The bar area was comfortable, with large seating areas. Outside there was a large seating area also, with garden chairs and tables. There is a private car park, with secure gates. Nice if you've a prized car. The wine society has a large shop at the rear. The rooms were very comfortable and large. Breakfast was good, with eggs, meats, yoghurt, breads, fruit and juices. Over all we were treated well, comfortable and would go back again.

    « Not as good as it should be »

    This hotel is a very imposing building on the square next to the Abbey- when you see it you think "wow"- but it doesn't really follow through inside. It is basically understaffed with the receptionist doubling as barman and one member of staff in charge of breakfast. Our room on the 2nd floor was very spacious; a large bedroom with a small vestibule area leading to a large bathroom. The room was clean but the carpet - an unfortunate shade of brown - was stained quite badly and the curtains,( which must have been at least 28feet in length to cover the double height windows! )were torn. A mobile air-con unit which had been put in the corner of the room provided cool air from the top vent but threw out so much hot air from the bottom of the unit as to render it totally useless - it also was extremely noisy so would have been unusable even if it wasn't producing all the heat! I would think the room would be very hot in the summer unless some efficient form of cooling can be found. Everywhere just looked rather tired. That said, the staff who were around were all very friendly. The buffet breakfast was adequate if basic.

    « Functional, understaffed hotel »

    We have stayed in Montreuil several times, though this was our first (and last) time at the Hermitage. A very attractive and imposing looking hotel from the outside which, sadly, disappoints on the inside. Our room was ok (although there were stains on the carpet and one of the curtains was torn), and the bed was very large and extremely comfortable. The décor in the room, and within the hotel generally, however, was rather cheap and cheerful. The hotel appears to be very understaffed: breakfast was staffed by only one person who, although doing her best, was run off her feet and struggled to cope. Our first morning's breakfast was a near hideous experience, as some sort of car enthusiasts group was booked in and had taken over the room completely. When we arrived for breakfast at around 9am (breakfast is advertised as being served until 10am) there were no spaces to sit (spaces were cleared and provided within about five minutes) and there were many empty bowls (no fresh fruit salad or meats left). The group was having a very loud farewell and the whole experience was akin to being back in a school dining room - awful! The hotel is okay if you don't mind a 'chain hotel' feel, but given the other places available in Montreuil, I would suggest that a better experience can be had elsewhere in town for the same sort of money as the Hermitage charge.

    « Hermitage Hotel »

    We have stayed at this hotel several times at the end of a holiday, so must like it. It is a comfortable, old fashioned, hotel more like an English hotel than a French one The reception staff speak good English, and are charming and efficient. When we registered this year we were told "you will be staying in the same room as the last time you stayed" which made us feel like valued regular guests The breakfast is always good, no staff but serve yourself, which we like. It is pricey and could do with being updated, but not too much as it would lose its charm. It's a short walk from the town and restuants and chateau

    « Disappointing »

    We have frequently visited Montreuil but we usually stay in one of the many characterful B&Bs. We had booked a standard double room. The room was plenty big enough and the bathroom was enormous with large fluffy towels. There was a stand-alone air conditioning unit which we used, only to discover in the morning that it had leaked all over the carpet. There were tea and coffee making facilities in the room but if you like a strong brew bring your own tea bags as the only one on offer was Liptons which is very weak. You might also want to take your own milk as the long-life cream provided was fine for coffee but not for tea. Unfortunately we didn't sleep well; our bed needed a new mattress (there was a trough in the middle and we kept rolling into it. My husband and I both woke up with aching backs. 13 euros per person for a cold buffet breakfast was rather expensive. No individual tea or coffee pots; the coffee was dispensed from a machine which also delivered hot water for the tea. Unfortunately it wasn't hot and it tasted vaguely of the coffee dispensed by the previous person. My husband said the coffee was good. Don't fork out the 10 euros for parking as there is plenty in the square opposite the hotel.

    « Great hotel friendly efficient staff and a wine club just across the car park! »

    The Hotel Hermitage located in the walled city of Montreuil-sur-Mer with much first world war heritage to discover. The historical heritage goes back 100s of years and this comes alive as you walk the streets and ramparts. Plenty of places to enjoy excellent food and a central square where numerous events take place throughout the year. You soon feel part of the community and get a warm welcome from the locals. The Hotel offers a homely relaxed atmosphere with attentive staff who clearly set out to make you feel welcome and valued as a customer.

    « Nice hotel with lovely atmosphere and staff »

    We've stayed before and enjoyed it, so every reason to expect the same again. There seems to have been effort in upgrading rooms since our last visit. We had what appeared to be new bedding and towels in a freshly painted room. Much appreciated! There's quite a family feel to the place and it's very relaxed. The bar was nice and breakfast easy. If there's one thing I'd change it'd be the beds. It felt a little in need of replacement and did affect the quality of our sleep. So for us 8/10 with an easy shift to 10/10 with this rectified.

    « Great location & staff »

    Well located in a small 'square' in a quieter part of Montreuil but a short stroll from plenty of bars & restaurants & the main square. Very welcoming, friendly & helpful staff. Our room was very spacious with a large comfortable bed & en-suite bathroom, with shower over the bath. The bathroom is equipped with hairdryer, shampoo/shower gel & plenty of towels. Free parking available in the 'square' outside of the hotel. When visiting this part of France we will definitely stay here again.

    « A good base to explore Montreuil from ... »

    Classic chain association hotel with rooms in good decorative and clean order. Very welcoming and helpful reception staff. Car park is tricky to find as it's at the back and poorly signed so go past the front of the hotel and keep turning left and look for the Wine Society shop signage. Just a query on value for me.

  • 5
    « A place for a good welcome and sound nights sleep »

    We have stayed at the Hermitage on many occasions now and always find the staff most helpful, the hotel clean and the service good. The hotel is in a great position to enjoy the town and a walk around the walls is always a delight.

    « Short break, great hotel »

    Stayed here for 4 nights and what a nice hotel it is, comfortable room with plenty of space for stretching out. The hotel staff did everything to make our stay enjoyable, the breakfast was typical French fair, tasty and fresh. We will be staying again very soon and can highly recommend The Hermitage Hotel as a super place to stay.

    « Over night stop »

    We are frequent visitors to this hotel. Normally everything works perfectly - this time we had 3 lights in our room that would not work and could not be fixed by a quick maintenance visit. Disappointing, as it was such a short stay it was not worth changing rooms. All staff very friendly (as usual) and tried to help. I am sure next time everything will be perfect, once again!

    « Overnight in Montreuil sur mer »

    The hotel looks very grand from the outside. Not quite so grand inside but nonetheless very nice. Friendly and efficient female receptionist when we arrived on Saturday night, secure car parking at 10 euros (a bit steep) The room was a standard twin, very clean and comfortable. the beds were perfect and the bathroom was a very good size, shampoo, soap, hairdryer all provided. We couldn't eat in the restaurant because it was fully booked, another good sign. I would definitely go back to this hotel.

    « super breakfast »

    We finally found a hotel with a bath what a treat. Everything we needed for a good overnight stop no supper but a restaurant next door which could be booked at the hotel. A very convenient method of booking and simple check in with someone speaking fluent English.

    « Lovely long weekend! »

    Very comfortable room. Very high ceiling. Proper size bathroom. Right in the heart of this amazing town with easy access to historic ramparts. Excellent breakfast. Friendly staff. Relaxing atmosphere. We'll be back again.

    « Hermitage Hotel »

    We have been staying at the Hermitage for a few years now. We keep coming back! We have introduced other family members, and have celebrated a special Birthday there in the past. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The Hotel is in a central position in Montreuil, and you can park your car in the car park, which is an added bonus. We have used the Hotel as a base while exploring area as well, Le Touquet is easily accessible. .

    « Lovely staff, comfortable rooms, good value »

    We have been staying here for 5 years and would not hesitate to recommend it. The bedrooms are large and well-equipped and the free wi-fi is fast and reliable. Breakfast is excellent. With two car parks and lots of parking in the square outside, the hotel is in the centre of the town, which is charming. At night there is complete silence despite its central location. Above all the staff are superb and most of them have been there for years which means we can get to know them. Montreuil is full of restaurants, all within a short walk. There is also a range of interesting shops. Well worth visiting. We love both the town and the hotel and have already stayed several times this year with more visits in the pipeline.

    « Mini break in Montrieul »

    A very friendly and helpful hotel, situated in the centre of Montrieul. Rooms spotlessly clean and well appointed. Very good continental breakfast, but worth trying the local cafes, of which there are numerous within a short walking distance.

    « Decent...but noisy »

    This hotel is fine ( note lack of any major excitement on my part). It is very well located in this nice little town. Rooms are big and clean but walls are thin and you can hear the other rooms very well. Staff are nice. Breakfast is ok but over-priced. At reception we were promised "an American-style buffet". It isn't . It is a classic French-style-three-star-hotel buffet; some cold meats, a bit of cheese, boiled eggs etc etc..... Fine, but not worth the price. If you stay in Montreuil you could do worse than here ( and certainly pay a lot more!)

  • 5
    « Hotel Hermitage »

    Lovely hotel with big rooms & huge bathrooms, lovely comfy bed. Good choices at breakfast but I'd suggest giving the local cafes a try too. Very nice, welcoming staff, very clean rooms and public areas. The rack rate is a little expensive so I tend to go for the reduced room rates on , other websites are available :-)

    « Nice hotel in a good location. »

    My wife and I have stayed at this hotel 4-5 times and my golfing buddies and I 3 times now. We stayed here on 6-10 June on a golfing trip and we were allocated rooms 111 and 112. The rooms were very big and spacious with a safe inside the wardrobe which was very handy. The beds were twin beds which could be put together as a double. The ensuite was not very good. The sink was right next to the bath/shower and it was a tight squeeze to get between them to get into the bath for a shower and the bath was a but slippery. Luckily the heated towel rail was close buy to hold onto to get in and out of the bath. The tea and coffee making facilities were adaquate apart from there being no milk for tea but only cream for coffee. The radiators were on in the corridors which made it to warm. The breakfast was very good with plenty to choose from like cereals, yogurts, cold meat and cheeses, bread, pancakes, bagguettes, jam, eggs, tea and coffee and also fruit juices. All in all, we enjoyed our stay but something needs to be done regarding the bath/shower being tomclose to the sink. It is also a little money spinner, charging 10 euros per night for car parking which seems excessive but a neccessity to keep our golf clubs safe in the car.

    « Short stay to break a journey to the south »

    It's isn't the first time we have stayed here and it won't be the last, easy check in, great service and an easy laid back approach.. The rooms are well appointed and of a good size.. The team are very helpful and nothing is too much trouble.. The bar in the evening is brilliant and the service is fantastic..I would happily recommend to anyone staying in Montreuil..

    « Yet another great weekend »

    This hotel is fantastic yet again we had an amazing weekend and have booked to come back. Eric (Foxy) is without doubt the star attraction he greets you like a long lost friend and makes everyone feel so welcome the town is full of history and well worth a visit. See you next year Eric

    « Well organised, friendly and welcoming »

    From the first contact I had the feeling that I was in good hands, very important as I was choosing and booking on behalf of a number of friends. Correspondence was dealt with immediately and professionally. It was very welocming to have our party's name displayed on reception and at the breakfast table - no chance of getting lost! The hotel is clean, warm and well maintained, it has a well stocked bar and the self-service breakfast was plentiful with an adequate range to satisfy all but the most fussy. Our standard room was well looked after with a spacious bathroom sleeping area - more thatn adequate. We will happily return!

    « Eric outstanding ! »

    Well what can I say - I am new to the Harley III Rivers UK Chapter - we stayed at Hotel Hermitage bank holiday weekend - what made it really special was Eric - he loves his job, he loves his customers, he really knows how to go the extra mile - I would come back here again and again and highly recommend this hotel for hospitality, customer service and quality!

    « Pretty good budget hotel. »

    Stayed with a group of golfers. Unsure as to the cost of the hotel as part of a package. Room was spacious with good shower. Breakfast fairly average. Bar was good, with a very good barman. Very stern woman on reception when we checked out. Charged us for drinks we didn't have. Later refunded.

    « Impressive from the outside »

    We needed to stay one night in Montreuil, we had stayed here before as it was centrally located and reasonably priced we booked again. The rooms are large and clean the bed very comfortable. Our bathroom was again large and could have easily accommodated a separate shower booth which is needed as the shower is on the weak side. Be careful when taking a shower in the bath, as it can become very slippery in the bath. Breakfast was a let down. A limited choice and badly managed with food not being topped up when low. Only hot thing on offer were boiled eggs, even the croissants were small and cold. For what you get, you could get better for the price. From the outside, the hotel looks impressive which does not match the quality of the rooms.

    « Needs a makeover »

    We booked this hotel a bit at the last minute as we couldn't get into our favourite which is 'Le Coq'. We have stayed here before on more than one occasion and the whole place looks like it needs repainting and new carpets at least. For the price of a standard room you get a smallish space but with a comfortable double bed, that is clean, as well as a good sized bathroom with bath/shower. The bath surface is quite slippery and the drop onto the floor from the bath could catch out the unwary. Breakfast is not included and is poorer value than on previous trips, with limited choice. For example the orange juice reminded me of the awful tinned orange juice that you used to be served back in the 70's. On the positive side it has a quiet location and is very convenient for Wine Society members, but the discount offered on the room rate still comes out more expensive than other websites, so overall it is not really worth the money. It is rated at 3 stars, I wonder why. We love Montrueil, it's convenient location for trips around Northern France, it has many excellent restaurants and generally easy access to a local motorway.

    « Very good basic hotel for a few nights' stay. »

    Large, clean comfortable room with all the basic facilities. Found the bed a bit hard but otherwise very good. Very disappointed that there were no restaurant facilities on either Sunday or Monday evening. Excellent location, however, with good parking facilities.

  • 3
    « A good budget hotel in a central position »

    My experience is totally coloured by the appalling noise in our Room both at night and in the morning. We were on the Ground Floor of the hotel and at to 1pm there was clearly a lot of drinking in the bar which resonated into our room. At 6am a Bus party was preparing to go and this went on until 6.45. The rooms a re ok, parking good, service is excellent, food ok but this experience spoilt our trip. When I pointed this out to the hotel they did deduct the price of our breakfast from the bill which was a good gesture. In spite of this I would not go there again nor would I recommend any one to do so unless you are given a room in the upstairs areas

    « Beautiful town »

    Stayed one night on a quick weekend jaunt. Hotel staff were very efficient and very obliging. Warning do not take a ground floor room. The noise from reception was horrendous. Loud till gone 1am and then a coach party leaving at 6am. Son on first floor heard nothing!! Noise apart a good place to stay if travelling through France .

    « Nice oldstyle hotel but modern »

    Hotel used to be a hospital until 20? years ago and room we had had high windows which let in plenty of light Has private car parking (to pay) but we found it easy to park in the square where there is free parking (no security issues) Very friendly staff at reception and check out and there is a high end restaurant attached to the hotel - we ate elsewhere Breakfast was continental style and good - cost charges extra Hotel is very central and several restaurants and historical sites are within 10 to 15 mins walk Beds comfortable good shower and accommodation very roomy Definitely a place to return to For excellant dining cannot recommend higher Le Darnetal restaurant just round the corner. . .but book first for a table!

    « Beautiful and convenient »

    We stayed here having travelled through the tunnel on-route to south western France. Far enough to be away from the heavy traffic, but not too distant to be tiring after a day's travel across the UK. Huge room, enormous bed (easily 8 feet across-really) and lots of hot water. Breakfast was fine, more that the usual continental but not a sausage to be seen. Fantastic restaurant on site.

    « Good choice »

    Central location in the historically fascinating town of Montreuil-sur-Mer, and first choice for UK members of the Wine Society, whose French warehouse is adjacent. Not a luxury hotel, but friendly staff, large and well-equipped rooms, a good bar, and an excellent breakfast. Near the Channel ports and Eurotunnel, so a very good choice for a short break or weekend away for Brits. We will certainly use it again.

    « Great place in historical city »

    Friendly staff, a clean room and a good restaurant in the hotel. You feel welcome the moment you enter the hotel. It offers good value for the money. As soon as we got in the hotel, we got plenty of information of what to do in and around Montreuil.

    « Great place to stay »

    2nd visit. Great location. 3 restaurants, a bar, and bakery close by. A short walk (10mins) from lots of restaurants & bars. Very comfortable hotel. Always cosy. Very clean. White fluffy towels in the bathroom. Worth upgrading to a comfort room, lots more space. Good breakfast. Tea & coffee and safe in room. Dog friendly. Will return.

    « hotel hermitage montreuil sur mer, pas de calais, france »

    We stayed here overnight as part of a weekend cross-channel trip. We had a very nice stay, the staff are all very friendly, the hotel is very clean and comfortable. Free wi-fi is great. We have stayed here on many past occasions, and this was as good as the last time. They refurbished the hotel rooms a few years ago, and they are now so lovely and bright (they were once really old-fashioned and verging on "shabby chic", but it's all much more modern now. Large rooms, tea and coffee making facilities in the room, and great bathroom facilities. We were able to use the courtyard carpark, so our car was pretty secure overnight.

    « Wonderful »

    My girlfriend and I stayed here in October .. I had been to montreuil sur mer before but to stay in the small medieval town was brilliant ... The hotel was comfortable and cosy and the bar downstairs was run by a very jolly chap ! I do recommend this hotel to anyone staying for 1 or 2 nights ... Luke

    « Great place to stay »

    Hotel is fantastic we are going again staff are so helpful and friendly The rooms are large and spacious good wifi coverage throughout the hotel. The building is old but well looked after there is a good safe carpark/ bike park at the rear with locked gates.

  • 4
    « Pleasant Stay, Clean & Friendly »

    A pleasant one night stay for an event in the hotel. The hotel is clean and the staff every friendly and helpful. The accommodation is showing its age a little but has all the right ingredients for a short stay, car parking, rooms are a good size with great wifi and multi-channel TV (including BBC World and Sky News).

    « Useful but ultimately unlovable »

    The hotel has a good central location, with a good-sized carpark at the back. Our twin room was in fact a very spacious triple. On the first floor, it looked over the front garden and main entrance, but the two large windows were placed unusually high up the wall and we immediately thought that it gave the room an oddly hospital-like air. (That in fact turned out to be the former use of the building.) There was nothing exactly wrong with the room ? the beds were comfortable, the bathroom was well-equipped? It just lacked any ?soul? or indeed ?wow factor?. Wifi fine, ditto tea and coffee facilities. Breakfast was also fine but unremarkable. A convenient place to return to and not expensive, but not one that where a repeat reservation will greatly gladden the heart either. I hesitated between 3 and 4 stars but settled on 4, as the acid test was "will I go back?" and the answers is probably "yes".

    « Great Weekend »

    Hotel Hermitage was picked randomly for a weekend in France for 11 people. We arrived and checked in and were immediately advised by the desk clerk that it would be difficult to get dinner reservation so late in the day. He then offered to call around the local restaurants for us to see what was available. He did this within 30 mins of arrival and gave us a choice of 3 places. We took his recommendation and I have to say it was a fabulous little place called Les Ramparts, the staff were obviously not used to such a big party at such short notice, but they handled it fantastically. A great night was had by all, great food, service and atmosphere. The hotel was clean, friendly and central to all the amenities.I would recommend this hotel to anyone vising this beautiful town or area.

    « Great hotel »

    Really loved this hotel in what us a picturesque town (even in winter). Only thing the restaurant is quite expensive but there are plenty of good restaurants around. Apart from that great place to spend a weekend. Another plus is that it has a car park.

    « Consistently Good »

    This was our third stay at the Hotel Hermitage in as many years. We make an annual 'pilgrimage' just prior to Xmas to stock up on vino form the Wine Society and the small, but interesting, little cave (Vinophile) in Montreuil. The hotel is convenient, being located in the centre of town and right next door to the Wine Society. The rooms, whilst basic, are large enough, have a flat screen TV and were very clean with a comfy bed. We booked direct and it was 79 Euros / night for a double which included a cold buffet breakfast (but you can cook yourself a boiled egg) so very good value for money. Having said that they charged us this year for parking (or Insurance !) which I thought was a bit of a con at 10 Euros for one night. The bar is cosy enough and the service was very good. We decided to eat out again this year and tried Le Darnetal which was excellent and i would be happy to recommend it. A nice hotel which is exactly what we are after for our one night in Montreuil and I expect to return in 2016.

    « Another happy visit »

    Third visit to this hotel with friends for a stock up of Wine Society plonk. Again would happily recommend . Rooms comfortable and clean , bar cosy and welcoming , breakfast plentiful and enjoyed. Will use again. Also can recommend Montreuil as a place to visit as its 45 mins from the tunnel, has plenty of vg restaurants and plenty of strolling opportunities up on the ramparts. If you like your wine it also has two very good wine shops and the Wine Society outlet.

    « Fairly standard hotel »

    We went to the wine Society Christmas dinner here and stayed over for two nights. The hotel is fine, nothing special. The room we stayed in was of a decent sizeand had a comfortable bed. It's just not that exciting though. The breakfast was fine but again not very exciting. Just a bit of cheese and ham. I think you could probably find a better place to stay here. The dinner was amazing but then that is more to do with the wine society than the hotel.

    « Grand hotel »

    Stayed here for a night on the way back to Calais. Very convenient to stock up on wine society deals and secure car parking, free for members. The room was clean and comfortable, and breakfast the normal buffet fare. Coffee was a bit naff, but that's my only complaint! The in house restaurant was not open, but the very helpful receptionist made several recommendations and we were very happy with our final choice. Would stay here again as it is easy access, comfortable and decent value.

    « Mr Cohen carshalton »

    Excellent hotel with great staff.Danny at the reception was courteous a day helpful. The barman was a very competent.In one word every I was fine and I spent an excellent night.I recommend this hotel to anyone.

    « Good Hotel »

    Big Room with a bathtub everything was clean. Good bed i slept very well. Breakfast is good with enough choices of bread or other nice food. Bar in the evening is nice and the staff is fast and friendly

  • 5
    « An absolute must-stay hotel »

    The staff is absolutely outstanding! The hotel is a gem. it's location is ideal (bit difficult to find the parking with one-way streets). There are great restaurants locally and EVERYTHING is within walking distance. Also, it's not that far from the beaches. HIGHLY recommended

    « Friendly, comfortable, and well located »

    The Hermitage Hotel is a rather grand looking hotel located in the centre of the town and provides an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding area. The staff were friendly and efficient - Eric in the bar is a character who made us feel welcome from the start. Our standard room was quite large, clean, tidy and with good storage. There was no noise from other rooms of from the outside. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom too was well proportioned. Breakfast offered a wide selection of options from the classic continental 'meats and cheese', to cereals, boiled eggs (cold or hot), croissants and bread. There was no 'Full English' but then this is Montreal not Manchester. Plenty of car parking space and the best place to stay if visiting the Wine Society. Wine Soc members receive a discount on the hotel bill. Thoroughly recommended.

    « A wonderfully quirky character filled hotel »

    We enjoyed our brief stay at this wonderfully placed hotel. It has so much character , both in staff and the actual building . It was a wonderfully relaxing stay , very clean and comfortable room . Breakfast was extremely good value and we were only sorry to have arrived too late to dine in the restaurant . We look forward to our next visit . Thank you .

    « It could be better »

    This hotel was booked for us by our company, for our semi annual meeting which were held in a nearby town. The hotel rooms are not bad, and the cleanness could be better. The staff were very friendly, and helpful as they could. The only problem I got is that the heater was not working in my room, and i told them to fix it be they just kept saying they had informed the maintenance and it will be fixed soon. fortunately it wasn't that cold in the end of oktober. Do I recommend this hotel, for a short term it's okay!

    « Traditional hotel in a lovely town »

    This hotel is recommended by the wine society and is really handy when you are using their shop which shares one of the car parks. Rooms are clean and roomy. The bar warm and welcoming. Breakfast is more than adequate. The Anecdote restaurant shares the site and is a separate business which rents the space. Not impressed by the antics of the owners of the restaurant which I explain in my review.

    « Quick visit to pick up some wine from The Wine Society Shop »

    Room was at the rear of the hotel post industrial proportions as was bathroom - functional and neutral colours and overlooking the secure parking. The room was quiet as it was set back from the corridor. Breakfast was continental, plentiful and good.


    Went with six friends over Agincourt weekend to celebrate friend's half century.Lovely building in lovely square with easy parking.Staff very helpful,hard working,courteous and fun.Great funky bar with very comfy armchairs and a large tv(watching rugby) which stayed open till late.Rooms spacious,clean with large bathrooms and a quite grand staircase.Everyone was very impressed and a twin room with brekkie worked out at about £50 each.Real good value for such an impressive hotel.Thoroughly recommended.

    « Great hotel. Very comfy. Superb location »

    Visited the region, as a group of 4 gents, to visit War graves in the area and very importantly, to see the 600th Agincourt anniversary. The hotel was originally a hospital. It's a lovely building, in a great location. Parking easy. Spacious rooms inc large bathroom. Very comfortable beds. Good quality bedding and towels. Very reasonable price, as such cannot be faulted. Didn't try the restaurant. Room only, so cannot comment on the food. Friendly staff. All in all an excellent enjoyable stay. Highly recommended

    « Third visit... Home from home »

    A bit deja vu, having visited twice before. Nothing changes, but that's not a bad thing. Good size rooms. Good staff. Good breakfast. Good location in a great little town with a wide choice of restaurants & bars.

    « Delightful pre-Calais stopover »

    A great location in the charming town of Montreuil, on the way to or from Calais. Imposing frontage, good parking, excellent restaurants in town just steps away. An exceptionally huge and comfortable bed in a very large, updated room. Perfect for overnight stay, and probably longer. A pretty good breakfast. Will stay again.

  • 5
    « Good value friendly hotel »

    Stayed here many times and it is always comfortable and welcoming. Very good value for money although the breakfasts are dwindling in content. Rooms are quirky and vary in size but always spacious. Beds very comfortable.

    « Soulless chain hotel in attractive town »

    The hotel is in a superficially imposing building and well situated overlooking a quiet square close to the centre of this attractive town. Free street parking is not a problem but a secure car park is available if required. The reception staff were all polite and efficient and when we were silly enough to leave something in our room, they were helpful in retaining it until we could collect it at the end of our holiday. The room was clean & comfortable and offered fair value but the windows were overlooked and couldn't easily be left open at night. The drain in the bath didn't work very well and there was evidence of earlier flood damage in the bathroom. The breakfast was a typical self service continental offering but was unappealingly displayed over three sides of the rather soulless room. When we arrived for breakfast the sole waitress in the otherwise empty room completely ignored us. A word of welcome and an effort to show us where things were would have made all the difference. In summary, it is a typical rather soulless chain hotel that has the potential to be much better with better management.

    « Great location - quiet rooms »

    This hotel, although a bit dated, is in an ideal location to visit Montreuil. The entrance is grand with automatic opening doors ,the staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms are spacious as is the bathroom and the beds are large and comfortable. There was ample parking outside the hotel. The main square is a short walk away as are the Remparts which must be walked ...on a sunny day the views are superb. We regularly take Week End breaks around Montreuil and would have no issues in recommending this hotel.

    « Another excellent week at this superb hotel »

    If ever you need a hotel set within a beautiful town, with easy access to many lovely countryside locations to visit you must stay at Le Hermitage Hotel in Monteuil, it is a Best Western Hotel and provides an excellent place to stay. The staff are helpful, efficient at their job and the bar is particularly friendly. Eric the barman is a superb host and at all times makes the stay very enjoyable.

    « Spacious »

    In the heart of one of our favorite stopover towns, this hotel is a spacious building with a spacious lobby where we enjoyed a spacious (bath)-room, and an especially spacious bed! This pleasant oldy-worldly hotel could give you an anonymous stay in this nice little North-French historical out-of-coast town; with a completely different feel from the coastal area. Nice walks and views.

    « Nice hotel,roons a bit dated »

    We have stayed at this hotel a couple of time reasonably priced,reception quite impressive,staff very friendly, rooms clean and bed very comfortable but a bit dated. Wi fi free and good in room. Parking free if you are a member of The Wine Society

    « Excellent stay for 10 friends »

    A group of us stayed for 6 nights and we all loved it. Excellent large rooms with all facilities. Enormous beds, amble wardrobes, hair dryer, coffee and tea. Security safe and Wifi. Eric was a brilliant bar manager who entertained us with his frivolity. All staff were good and very helpful. Breakfast was excellent with a vast choice and I would say the best I have every had in a hotel. We celebrated our wedding anniversary here and had champagne in the bar. Would highly recommend

    « Traditional Hotel »

    A nice hotel in a great position in a lovely little town. The hotel is very nice although a little tired, not cheap. Good size room & bed, very clean linen but why do hotels insist on having thick heavy quilts even in the summer!. I agree with some of the other reviews in that the breakfast (apart from one lady) was very casually dressed for such a traditional hotel. There are lots of restaurants in town, mainly fairly pricey, we found one down a street off the town square called La Pause Gourmande, it wasn't expensive and the food was fantastic, we will definitely be visiting again.

    « Just perfect »

    One of these old and prestigious hotels but everything was perfect: service, quality, location. Sense of tradition and sense of modern service. The restaurant, Anecdote is for sure worth it. To be recommanded!

    « Comfortable hotel - just a couple of quibbles »

    With wide corridors and gracious, tall windows, this hotel shows its heritage as a medical establishment. To this day it offers unusual access for those in wheelchairs, and is very comfortable with excellent bathrooms. The staff are, for the most part, welcoming and helpful. Breakfast is excellent and there's a friendly bar. Two things, though: before you unpack, check your Internet access. Although the hotel claims to have wifi throughout, I had no access in my room during a recent two-day visit, although I had had no problems on a previous stay. And if, like me, you are allergic to noise, you may have difficulty. Music is piped throughout all public spaces; for some reason it seems to be loudest in the mornings. The bar often contributes its own music, and if you're really unfortunate you can find yourself between two competing genres, with sports on the TV added to the mix. A bit like an American airport lounge. The only places I found to escape are the attractive tables outside, and the bar area during the day. This hotel offers great access to all the attractions around Montreuil and is popular with golfers and members of the Wine Society (who get a discount and free parking and breakfast).

  • 3
    « Overpriced »

    A very comfortable room in a traditional French building let down by a lot of things. Advertised restaurant closed on a Thursday; advertised spa facility fully booked; dirty plate in our corridor still there when we left the next morning. Sign that management are not walking the corridor. Staff were very casually dressed and that was a reflection of the whole place. They did give me a first. The first breakfast I have ever had in France with no croissants. Better management would take this back up a level.

    « Hmmm, it's starting to look a bit shabby. »

    Having stayed in this hotel on many occasions in the past 10 years or so I have to admit that the place is starting to look slightly faded and dare I say grubby. The benefit is the location and availability of parking, but I have noticed a downward trend in terms of the overall standards in the hotel and presentation of some of the staff - it is getting more difficult to tell who works there as all the staff seem to wear their own choice of clothes and not always a badge to identify them. English is spoken if you need it and I must say the place is very popular with Brits, which can make the bar area fairly loud by French standards, but they do have a wonderful range of drinks available, including good cocktails (just don't order Pimms as it contains tinned fruit cocktail!!) On this occasion we booked a 'comfort' double room, we were given 203 on the second floor which is a large room with a spacious bathroom and separate loo, both of which were very clean, but as others have referred to, things like grouting, pipes etc could do with a bit of touching up. In the main room the bed was fairly low down, and was 2 twins pushed together and made up as a double, however the base sheet didn't actually fit under the mattress and ended up a very sorry, wrinkled affair in the morning. One of the side light bulbs wasn't working, but everything else was fine, including the hospitality tea and coffee tray. The large built in cupboard was a little grubby and the handle part had lots of paint chips and marks on it - I actually wiped the shelves down with a tissue before we used them as there were a few clear marks on them. The carpet too has seen better days - lots of marks, especially around the desk area - look like they have been made with cleaning products rather than dirt, but the overall effect is 'tatty'. This room also had a large window with a top vent, which didn't open and roman style blinds as sun shades as well as the curtains. The blinds had truly filthy marks above where the air vents are on the windows. Plus, there were bats swooping around the corridors.....I'm not kidding, on several occasions I saw one flying around, once in the lobby, once up on the second floor area and again in a corridor off the main area. On check out I was rather rudely informed that I could not receive points on my Best Western loyalty card as I had not booked using their booking system - this is news to me and since we stayed at this same hotel 2 weeks earlier and were not told this information I am not sure of the validity of it - I shall be enquiring with B Western, but it was the attitude of the lady on reception that frustrated me, and when I asked how long this new system had been in place and explained that we had stayed there very recently and not encountered an issue (in French as I speak it pretty well) she said that she would take the points card number down. This is an increasingly tired hotel which is starting to seem like poor value for money compared to the experience and quality of a few years ago. There are far cheaper and better value places which I shall probably use in future.

    « Comfortable and central »

    We've stayed here twice this summer, once with friends and once on our own and we'll certainly come back. On the first occasion we booked a 'Supreme' room and last week we had Standard. Although both room and bed were bigger, I didn't consider the difference to be worth the price differential and I'll book Standard in future. This is a well equipped centrally located hotel that had everything we needed and we found the staff friendly and accommodating. Breakfast is decent and the bar's ok. The Wine Society shop next door is very convenient if you're a member.

    « Excellent hotel in a lovely town »

    My wife and I wanted somewhere for an overnight stay en route to the Calais Euro-tunnel crossing from the Loire Valley. The town of Montreuil sounding interesting with the BW Hotel Hermitage looking like a good option so we joined BW and booked one night. The hotel was excellent, though access to the car park was not obvious to find, until the reception staff re-directed me. Our room was huge, almost the size of a suite with a enormous very comfortable bed. We took the option of an express breakfast in the morning which was very good value. The town of Monteuil also did not disappoint, with an excellent range of restaurants and several historic sights to check out, so all in all this was great way to round off our France trip before heading back to the UK.

    « Ideal centre for a short break »

    Easy parking (free on street and secure parking for a fee at back of hotel). Hotel is close to the Citadelle and the ramparts. Excellent base for Baie de Somme area and easy access to Le Crotoy and Le Touquet and the Somme, Authie and Canche valleys. Easy access to Boulogne and Cite Europe for shopping. The Wine Society is on the hotel site.

    « Happy returns »

    This is probably the 7th time we have stayed here. Staff always delightful , rooms always large airy and clean. Bathrooms good. The bar is excellent and staff can not do enough for you The anecdote...

    « Recommended hotel in N France »

    Spacious and friendly hotel in a lovely town in Northern France. We have stayed here on many occasions and never been disappointed. Plenty of restaurants and bars nearby but very quiet in the hotel!!!

    « An excellent hotel for a short break »

    Over the last 10 or more years we have stayed frequently at the Hermitage. We have always found the personnel - particularly at reception - to be most friendly and helpful. The hotel has always been clean and comfortable and the breakfast well organised and the food of good quality. We have not yet tried the new restaurant but we were not impressed by the previous one which we found to be rather pricey and pretentious and unable to compete with the several excellent restaurants in the town.

    « Convenient and good value »

    Spent a night here while visiting the Wine Society. Very friendly and helpful staff and the room was large and comfortable. Huge bathroom and plenty of hot water. Breakfast was good quality although limited hot food. I booked on the Best Western site and got a rate including free breakfast. I would certainly stay here again. Excellent position, with free parking outside and 5 mins walk to shops/restaurants/remparts for a walk with great views.

    « Excellent hotel in a good location »

    We stayed four nights at Hermitage and spent the days touring this part of France. The hotel is a converted hospital run in the past by Nuns and adjoins the chapel. It has high ceilings and wide corridors, which gives it a spacious feeling. The staff were very friendly and helpful which made us feel at home from the start. The on-site parking was very good. Montreuil is an interesting place to visit with its old houses and surrounding walls. There are also many good restaurants within walking distance as well the hotel's own where we enjoyed one excellent meal.

  • 5
    « A pleasant surprise! »

    To park at a busy hotel with ease and then find a large clean room overlooking the town was a pleasant surprise! The hotel was centrally located, easily accessible and unexpected in such a busy town. Breakfast and service were just what a traveller would expect. No fuss and no rush with very accommodating staff as a bonus.

    « Perfect as always »

    From the staff to the décor to the wonderful restaurant to the rooms and the fabulous location of Montreuil sur Mer , this is a gem of a hotel ! We always stay here on our way to and back from our property in the south of France .

    « hemitage »

    great hotel in a very historic town a great location with a large selection of good restaurants near by and lots to see in the area , a good breakfast is available although a little pricy as is the parking charge, all in all highly recommended.

    « The Emson's »

    We have stayed at the Hotel Hermitage on many occasions now and cannot fault this hotel or staff in any way. We will most certainly be returning and would highly recommend the Hermitage for an extremely pleasant stay. The hotel is within easy walking distance of some really nice bars/restaurants. We just love Montreuil sur Mer.


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