Housed in a country manor house in the tiny village of Bollezeele, between Dunkerque and St Omer, the Hostellerie Saint Louis offers elegantly furnished rooms and features an excellent restaurant.
The rooms at the Hostellerie Saint Louis offer views of the countryside or the charming garden. They feature a private bathroom, TV and telephone.
At the gastronomic restaurant you can sample delicious cuisine prepared by owner Philippe Dubreucq.
Free parking is provided at the Hostellerie Saint Louis, making it easy to explore the Pas-de-Calais region by car. Local sites include Cassel, Bergues and Gravelines.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Available in all rooms
Free bottled water
TV [flat screen]
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
The reception closes at 22:00 from Monday to Saturday. Please contact the hotel in advance in the case of late arrival.
Please note that on Sunday evenings the restaurant is closed and the reception closes at 19:00.
On Monday night, the restaurant only serves a 3-course set menu. À la carte is not available on Monday night.
Please note that some rooms are accessed only by a staircase, please note when booking if this poses a problem.
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Clive from United Kingdom
Standard Double/Twin Room
Stayed 1 night in February 2016
Do not miss the dessert trolly!!!
Reviewed February 12, 2016
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Patricia from United Kingdom
Standard Double/Twin Room
Stayed 1 night in April 2012
Lovely place to stay on a weekend to France”
Food and friendly owners and staff
we have visited this hotel in bollezeele a number of times, and particularly enjoy staying for the food. the menu consists of 4 courses, and you have a choice of 3 or 4 depending how much you want to eat or pay. it ranges from, which seems expensive, but the food is first class. we were served drinks in the lounge area while we decided on our meals. the first starter selection includes duck foie gras, smoked duck breast and a symphony of seafood. i started with a burgundy style timbale of oxtail covered with puff pastry. the main courses include lamb medallions, pan fried vegetables and tarragon sauce, beef and seabass, but i decided on the veal kidneys flambéed with gin. every dish is individually prepared with a selection of vegetables, my dish was served with a small dish of daphinoise potatoes and a soufflé. my husband had the lamb, again with a different selection of vegetables. if you are adventurous, you can even try frogs legs or sweetbreads. as your 3rd course, you can select either sweets or cheeses. we decided on the sweets, because these are displayed in what we call a sweet trolley. this isn’t a normal sweet trolley, every sweet is displayed in an individual dish and it is so difficult to choose 3 as there are chocolate gateaus, rum babas, creme brulees, tiramasu, trifles, to name but a few. if you want large meals with fries, don’t eat here. the chef in this restaurant serves food to a very high standard and it is worth the less than an hour’s trip from calais to stay here.
the owners and staff are very friendly and pleasant.
the rooms are clean and basic with t.v. but no coffee making facilities, but you can ask for these at an extra cost. the rooms aren’t luxurious with all mod cons, but if you want clean accommodation at a reasonable price of and excellent food, this is the place to stay.