100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Our small village is surrounded by a vast wooded area and is located on an ecological protected site, called Marsh of the Stump.
The church of St. Martin was built around the 12th century, in a Roman architectural style. It is endowed with a very beautiful way of cross in relief that carries the arms of the Principality.
The castle of Marchais, succeeding a feudal edifice, is a magnificent 16th century Renaissance mansion, which has always been recognized as one of the most beautiful monuments of our country. Currently owned by the princely family of Monaco, the castle is not open to the public.
The communal pond is free for our guests, so you can rest and try a game of fishing.
Our region, particularly affected by the world wars, is a true stronghold of history. The dragon cave and the ladies' path are the best examples.
Our department is also marked by the medieval era, Laon being, for a few years, the capital of France. Nature lovers are not forgotten, there are plenty of walks and there are many fishing areas around Marchais.
The marshes of the stump that surround our village represent a veritable fief of unique and protected species. We put bikes at disposal for lovers of walks in the forest.
Laon, the crowned mountain
The Basilica of Liesse-Notre-Dame
The Abbey of Vauclair
The Cave of the Dragon
The Chemin des Dames
The Bee Museum
The Champagne Road
The leisure center Center Parc
The golf of Ailette
The Marshes of the Stump
Hiking and mountain biking