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3 Bed & Breakfasts in Nord Pas De Calais, France
WELCOME IN CH�TEAU DE MOULIN LE COMTE We are pleased to welcome you to Ch�teau de Moulin le Comte, our stylish nineteenth century mansion (1850), renovated with care and passion in the summer of 2012. The original character of the building has been carefully preserved. Through the large castle garden flows the river Leie. The quiet and peace of the environment is much appreciated by our guests. You will enjoy the warm and congenial atmosphere at our private house. Our five guestrooms are very spacious and have been provided with the best modern comfort. The luxurious beds have top quality Sealy mattresses (180/200/22 or 90/200/22). In every room you can opt for one double bed or twin beds. Each room has its own bathroom with shower and toilet facilities. Families with children are very welcome. Pets are allowed. Personal service, hospitality and flexibility are key words here. Your hosts speak Dutch, French, English and German. Ch�teau de Moulin Le Comte is the perfect location for a visit to nearby cities such as B�thune, Saint-Omer, Lens, Louvre Lens, Arras, Lille, .... The centre of Aire-sur-la-Lys is only 1.5 km away and in less than an hour you are in Boulogne-Sur-Mer, Lens, Le Touquet, Calais, Arras, Lille, � If you prefer the quiet and peace of the countryside, you will definitely enjoy a biking tour or a stroll in the village and its picturesque surroundings. All our prices include bed and breakfast. Our table d�h�te has an outstanding reputation, as we serve very refined and carefully prepared dishes at a reasonable price. Aperitifs are served in our lounge or, if the weather permits, on our cosy terrace. Owner : Francis Van der Elst.
Le Clos Verlaine is an old farm inside we have renovated entirely three rooms ( two for a family with two or three children, and one for a couple). Le Clos Verlaine is at 10 minutes from the famous Arras city centre. Arras is a marvellous city with two lovely squares and was at the heart of a memorable first war battle.