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Pros: Very beautiful accomodation and has everything you need. Enjoyed the hot tub and lounging in the garden. When we arrived we were offered champagne from their sons vineyard. Was very lovely! Their English isn't good but so much better than my french haha. Google translate was helpful! They were very accommodating however they sat with us for breakfast which we found a little awkward being watched eating (they meant well) Overall I would reccomend here to anyone! It's beautiful and peaceful.
Pros: our hosts were very welcoming & friendly, we were given a lovely glass of champagne on our arrival & a tour of their sons champagne house was arranged at short notice.The accommodation was quirky and comfortable we would definitely recommend the champagne & accommodation
Pros: An excellent personal service, quaint and beautiful garden for our use, a vast knowledge of champagne and the region.
Cons: It's being picky, but the bathroom was a little small... But that was expected in the accommodation. You will need a car to get around for shopping and visiting, although it is possible to visit things on foot, it is limited.
Pros: Sylvette and Patrice are very friendly and helpful. The garden is beautiful. WiFi works great.
Pros: Fantastic hospitality in a lovely quiet village in the heart of the vineyards.
Cons: The price was a little on the high side
Pros: A quirky place to stay. Compact but had everything we needed. Clean and comfortable. Hot tub was lovely after a long journey and super friendly host and hostess.
Cons: Not sure about the black toilet paper. A bit too quirky?!
Pros: The owners were simply lovely and welcoming. We were greeted with a drink of champagne, and what’s more they joined us. Our French is awful and their English minimal but through Google translator we got along fine. They then allowed us to finish the bottle alone when sat in the hot-tub. In the morning we were given a tour of the champagne cellar and this was also lovely. We ended up with three generations of the family with us. We look forward to returning, they were simply the nicest hosts during our trip to France!
Cons: Unfair to say anything really, the room and bathroom are not huge but we knew that when we booked. If you want oppulant comfort then don’t book but if you want to stay in a delightful painted caravan with the use of a hot tub then give it a try!
Pros: The owners were superfriendly. A little apero when we arrived, a nice talk with them about the region. Loves it!
Cons: There was a lot of decoration in the room, and not to much space to put you toiletries.
Pros: The location was terrific for visiting family owned or run houses of champagne. It was all so quiet and very restful the jacuzzi was outstanding. The caravan was very private and unique. the grounds were very pretty the view from the porch was nice and the use of the kitchen facilities was also terrific. Our hosts Patrice and Sylvette were ideal for B&B very warm enthusiastic and interested in our travels and in communicating with our broken French and their English. We would love to stay here again and spend all our time in Champagne.
Cons: Our suitcases were on the floor and we would have liked a folding luggage rack.
Pros: Charming quirky açommadation, small but well planned. Lovely terrace for picnics and enjoy in a glass or more. Lovely hosts, good French breakfast. Second visit did not disappoint
Cons: I would find a larger fridge useful as there are no restaurants nearby, to keep picnic food and wine chilled