We stopped at this guesthouse on our journey towards Paris, with our little girl of 15months. The place is beautiful, nicely styled and the innkeeper and his family were genuinely welcoming and friendly. The last room available was in fact the master bedroom which you can see in the guesthouse's avatar. The room and its bathroom were spotless, the bed very comfortable. We couldn't enjoy the view on the garden and the surrounding countryside because of the weather which was foggy and rainy on the next day but it was very pleasant all the same. The house has a comfortable living room where on arrival you can enjoy a welcome drink or simply lounge and relax and where kids can play. Then there's a dining room where a little fridge and a microwave are available for the guests (respectively very useful for keeping yogurts and warming baby milk during the night). The owners have a dog, a quite old bull terrier which seems interested only in lapping some food crumbs around but as I am quite suspicious towards dogs I was a little afraid it might turn aggressive towards by tiny toddler girl. In fact, the guesthouse was full of kids during our stay and the owners have 2 (or 3??) kids themselves so the dog is absolutely used to kids and pay them no attention at all. But still I wasn't very relaxed and the owner was very attentive because when I was around he made sure the dog would stay away from me. I really appreciated this consideration. Kitchen is not available but you can grab something to eat outside and eat it in the dining-room. High chairs available for kids. The breakfast was nicely served by the owner and his convivial wife. Tea, coffee, milk, cereals, fruit juice, fresh fruits, yogurts, boiled eggs, ham and cheese, bread, croissants, pains aux raisins, jam and butter, peanut butter, caramel butter...what else one can ask for?
On the minus side, the garden is a bit untidy and the owner told us to watch out for dog poo which he unfailingly cleans up but... Hey, one can't be everywhere! Maybe during spring-summer time, when the garden becomes a living part of the house, it is better kept. Yes, the parking is a little tricky, don't try to enter the main gates if you have a big car but we travelled with a renault clio station wagon and with a couple of manoeuvres we made it no problem.
On the overall our stay was a real treat I would definitely stay there again!
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