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What a room! We had the loft apartment which was basically a huge self catering suite packed with weird and wonderful modern art!! Completely at odds with the rest of the building but great fun...
Didier was a charming and knowledgeable host who made us...More
Didier Rousseau, the owner of the Manoir de la Peylouse, to give it its full name, has lived in this splendid house for thirty years and knows its history and that of the many famous people who have passed through its doors, from Field Marshal...More
An amazing and fascinating house with an extensive garden. A warm welcome from Didier and plenty of information about the house, its past and excellent suggestions for dining out which Didier had booked for us before we arrived. A variety of rooms - we were...More
We couldn't have picked a better location of our WW1 battlefields tour, especially as unknown to us the owner is an expert, and to top it all Gen Douglas Haig lived here during the war.
The welcome was lovely. I'm in a quandary about this...More
A superb old house with welcoming hosts. Nothing is a trouble to them. The room was clean and full of features and a perfect view of the river and park. We did not get to meet the horse dog as it has passed away, shame...More
US$ 121 - US$ 157 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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