We were looking for a hotel in the area of Azincourt (Agincourt pour les Anglais) so we could visit the very good museum and battle ground.
We were recommended by another hotelier to book into La Cour de Remi and were please we did so.
We received a warm welcome by Sebastien (who is part owner) and we found the other staff to be as welcoming. I would describe the hotel as a bijou style in very old converted stables around a court yard. The room had been fitted out in a modern minimalist style - the bed was firm but that's probably an age thing and we were only there for one night! The bath was enormous. The food and service was very good.
The hotel is in a rural location adjoining the village of Bermicourt and in the grounds of the Bermicourt Chateau (where Sebastien and his family live). It's probably a good area for walking and on our departure Sabastien was going shooting pigeon with some friends which gives an indication of the interests in the locality.