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My Dad, two sisters and I stayed at No. 56 for just one night on a quick trip to the Somme battlefields, and particularly the Lochnagar Crater - and it couldn't have been any better. Julie and David were so welcoming, it felt like being...More
On a trip to see the Somme battlefields, enjoyed staying at this comfortable, hospitable venue where the hosts were both entertaining and expert in their knowledge about the Battle of the Somme. The house even lies on the line of some original trenches! Very good...More
My second visit with David and Julie at their wonderful B&B. Their passion to give their guests a memorable stay is second to none and why I wouldn't stay anywhere else when visiting the Somme. The fabulous food may also have something to do with...More
We stayed for three nights in August 2017. We wanted to explore the Somme battlefields but also see the surrounding areas, including the town of Amiens (which is only 30 minutes away). Julie and David did some research for us on a family member who...More
From the outset of our stay in this B and B, we have had a truly unique experience. The hosts were incredibly hospitable and made us feel so welcome from the moment we arrived, it was like being in your own home. They would go...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!