In Franqueville-Saint-Pierre

The hotel is located at the top of Rouen-Est, in Franqueville Saint-Pierre, just 4 miles from the city centre of Rouen. It is a perfect starting point to visit Rouen and its old town, as well as for a trip to Normandy to Étretat, Dieppe, Deauville or Honfleur. It is ideally located between Paris, the Bay of Somme and the Seine Valley, all of which are just one hour away by car!

How to get here

  • 49.403160º49º 24' 11.376" N
  • 1.159643º1º 9' 34.7148" E

Address: 140 Rue Des Portes De Franqueville RN 14, 76520, Franqueville Saint Pierre, France

Ideally located and easily accessible

Near the A13 and A28 motorways, on the outskirts of Rouen

Rouen-Vallée de Seine Airport: 2.2 miles

Rouen Rive Droite train station: 6.8 miles

Closed private parking for our guests

Come and discover a stunning city!

Hotel Pavillon de Rouen

Rouen Cathedral

This Gothic temple dates from the 12th century and it is undoubtedly the most important religious landmark in Rouen. It is known around the world and here you can also find the tomb of Richard the Lionheart.


Church of Joan of Arc

Classed as a Historical Monument, this church is located in the old market square in Rouen, where Joan of Arc was burned alive. It is a contemporary church, built in 1979 as a religious tribute to the saint but also a civil memorial in honour of this famous and historical French figure.

Jacques Anquetil Chateau

This bourgeois mansion, which originally belonged to the grandfather of the writer Guy de Maupassant, is located just 10 miles from Rouen. Throughout the years, it has been the home of many famous citizens of Rouen, such as Gustave Flaubert or Guy de Maupassant himself. It was transformed into a chateau in 1874 by the architect Emile Janet and it now belongs to Jacques Anquetil.