I booked this on the strength of other reviews on Trip Advisor and wasn't disappointed. As a previous reviewer has mentioned, it's important not to be put off by the somewhat unattractive exterior of the property. It's what's inside that counts. I booked an apartment with two double rooms for my wife and I and my brother and sister-in-law. We were warmly greeted by Véronique who gave us all a complimentary drink on our arrival which was very welcome after our long journey. Véronique also provided us with a map of the town and was very helpful in giving us advice on choosing a restaurant for dinner. Our rooms were spotlessly clean and very comfortable and quiet, both overlooking the garden area. We had a superb night's sleep. There are also tea & coffee making facilities in the rooms which was a bonus.
Breakfast was every bit as good as previous reviewers have said. Home made jams and yogurt and white chocolate and rhubarb cake alongside bread and croissants fresh from the bakery. Wonderful.
It's clear that Véronique and Bruno are keen to ensure their guests enjoy the stay and it shows.
The B&B is located by the canal and is in a quiet area of town. There's not much in the way of restaurants in the area (a new brasserie had just opened next door the night we stayed but we didn't try it opting instead for a restaurant that Véronique had recommended.) However, the B&B is only around 15 minutes stroll from the town centre directly up the Rue de Dunkerque.
They do have a small car park available for 3 euros a night - but the limited roof height meant that my car with a roof-box fitted could not use it. Having said that, there's free parking literally across the road by the canal where it seems quite safe to park overnight. We had no problems
I would certainly stay here again when next visiting St. Omer