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Le Clos de Cheret

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

We were really impressed by this charming house and friendly owner. We stayed for one night as a family and were amazed at how reasonable it was for 2 adjoining rooms in such an idillic location. Lovely breakfast. Enjoyed the recommendation of the restaurant in the same village. Heartily recommend.

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 August 2016

This is a hotel for lovers of France! Don't stay here if you're looking for a simple modern hotel with a TV etc - an Ibis might be better suited in that case. This place has passed it's glory days that's for sure but it's full of charm. My family and I stayed in the Iris room which was perfect...

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Sunderland, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 July 2015

One night stay during walking holiday. Walked to the hotel from Laon, what a wonderful looking building to see after a long walk. Found the proprietor, an old guy speaking not a word of English, we got by on my broken French, he is so friendly and easy to like despite the language difficulties. Showed us to a wonderful large...

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Reviewed 16 May 2015

We stayed at Le Clos for one night at the end of April. We received a charming and friendly welcome (we speak some French, not sure how well the host and hostess speak English) and a choice of two ensuite rooms. Both rooms were nicely decorated in typical French 'toile de jouy' style, with a tiny ensuite shower room tucked...

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Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 August 2014

Our stay was good overall, breakfast was ok, lovely little plums in a dish and no packet croissants thank goodness. The room was lovely, spacious and the children thought it was wonderful. Yes the decor is a bit shabby, but we felt it added to the character of the place. We spent the evening in the local restaurant, le petit...

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3Thank Lisa G
Norwich, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 August 2013

An easy run from Calais makes this an ideal place to stop before heading deeper into France. The chateau is typically French and easy to find. Our rooms were adequate and comfortable. WiFi was available to satisfy our teenage son. Owners were welcoming and helpful. Have to agree with other comments regarding the breakfast (burnt croissant), but it's inexpensive and...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 August 2013

A good rural French B&B offers a cheerful welcome, good food, basic but comfortable accommodation and good value. Le Clos does offer quite good and spacious accommodation, if at the shabby end (even by gite rural standards), but just doesn't get there otherwise. Of course you take the rough with the smooth, but the review below is right, it is...

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1Thank S R
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 June 2013

We very much enjoy our stays here. M & Mme are charming, down to earth hosts. The place is beautifully located; a little decrepit, but then you can get a bit sick of the Homes & Gardens photo-shoot B&Bs run by designer couples. We have also eaten dinner here a couple of times and it has been good if unexceptional,...

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Loughton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 July 2012

Comfortable room - immense - and good breakfasts. Friendly family. Lovely countryside. Peaceful. Excellent simple restaurant within walking distance in village (La Petite Campagne) - the family weren;t doing evening meals for visitors when we were there. We will be back!

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Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 June 2012

This 300-year-old family home is every francophile's dream of a country house 'dans son jus', set in peaceful, gently undulating countryside and very conveniently located for the A6 motorway (2 1/4 hours from Calais). The modest, but delightful owners, M & Mme Simmonot, will significantly warm to those who make the effort to speak to them in French. They have...

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Address: 18 rue Principale, 02860 Cheret, France
Region: France > Hauts-de-France > Aisne > Cheret
Number of rooms: 5
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