This was my fourth stay at the family run Varlet Farm with several other rallying colleagues. Previously we were extremeley well looked after and greeted by Charlotte who has now apparently handed over the reins to her daughter Barbara who is still supported by Dirk. As usual we were welcomed with some delicious home made apple pie - it was as tasty as ever mmmm!!
In addition to the apple pie we were welcome to sample the fridge of delicious chilled beers of varying strenghts and tastes - 1.5 Euros per bottle based upon you handing in your spent bottle tops when booking out - trust the guest scheme.
As ever the huge breakfast table able to seat about 24 people was well stocked - cereals, juice, boiled eggs, ham, cheese, fruit, chocolate biscuits, yoghourt, jams, tea and coffee (I'm sure I have missed something off!!). You are welcome to make sandwiches from the huge array of items mentioned above.
You should also visit the fascinating museum contained in some of the farm buildings which displayed vast arrays of artifacts recovered from the Great War - and still being recovered in this area.
The views from some of the upstais windows over the now tranquil farm land has one trying to imagine the unbelievable scenes experienced during WW1 - it must have been dreadful.
We plan to return again in September 2013
I have stayed in several different rooms during my stays - they are all excellent.
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