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Two years ago we had the distinct pleasure of staying with Julie and David, and we were pleased to see the B&B growing in size! This time however, we were elsewhere in Belgium, but rented a car and drove down and spent a truly informative...More
We recently stayed here at number 56 for a 3 night break in the family room. It is perfectly situated to explore the battlefields and cemeteries of the Somme. A beautiful part of the world.
I cannot fault the warmth and hospitality shown by Julie...More
We went here for the first time last year, and promised we would return. We did; and it was another fantastic experience. Julie and David worked so very hard to make this a memorable visit.
If you are going to research an ancestor who fought...More
This was my very first trip to the Somme and it certainly won't be my last. David and Julie are without a doubt the most welcoming and hospitable people I have ever met. It truly is a home away from home. The food on the...More
During this our first trip to Europe we stayed at this gem of a place.
Spacious room & bathroom - wonderful view and best of all a great restful bed.
This B & B is perfectly situated for exploring the battlefields of the two World...More
Hi, its probably best to go from paris to amiens which is a frequent service running every hour and then get the local train to albert. The trains are not full so it is ok to buy a ticket on the day unless you prefer pre... More
Hi, its probably best to go from paris to amiens which is a frequent service running every hour and then get the local train to albert. The trains are not full so it is ok to buy a ticket on the day unless you prefer pre booking. Hope this helps!