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Recent Reviews

  • Typical French eclectic, great find
    5 of 5

    Great place and lovely host and daughter speaks English which helped us out, phew. We loved it. Little village tucked out of the way with its own boulangerie, and local sells eggs. Had a great atmosphere too. Close to a few large towns (30-45 mins drive) one being Verdun. Countless war sites, if that's your thing, many free and some hidden away in the forests. Amazing sights and very interesting. Vauquios Hill is a must visit, a town and a hillside blown away never to be rebuilt. Much is dominated with the American/French of WW1 and the town Châtel Chehery commemorate Sgt York every year. Close to Champagne and if you want to travel Metz, Nancy, Luxembourg and Belgium. The accommodation was good, had everything you needed. Courtyard out back for BBQ. The upstairs would be out of bounds for those a little unsure on balance as the stairs are steep and narrow but otherwise a great find. I thInk we will be returning. Still so much to explore

    Stayed: Oct 2018
  • Wonderful cottage in the country
    5 of 5

    If you are looking for peace and tranquillity in beautiful surroundings this cottage is ideal. It is tastefully decorated, beautifully furnished and has a lovely outside area where we enjoyed dining al fresco, reading and watching the hens, rabbits and horses in the field. Nearby there are plenty of walks and the spa town of Vittel is worth visiting. For grocery shopping you will find all you need in Monthureux sur Saone. Highly recommended.

    Stayed: Sep 2018