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With a stay at Chateau le Quesnoy in Chevrieres, you'll be 21.2 mi (34.1 km) from Chateau de Chantilly and 9.1 mi (14.6 km) from Chateau de Raray Golf Club. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and refrigerator in a common area. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Antoine & Clary are excellent hosts and their place is stunning. They are incredibly friendly and helpful and clearly love their house and enjoy their guests. The property is really beautiful and incredibly tranquil. There are rabbits, pheasants, geese and even peacocks wandering the grounds and a dove cote with white doves. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. It’s difficult to convey what a superb place it is. The breakfast is fantastic with fresh fruit, juice, lovely breads jams and honey. The eggs are obviously from their hens, fresh and golden yolks. It’s idyllic and there are loads of things to do in the area.
Cons: Nothing, we’ll definitely be staying there again.
Pros: This was our second stay and it was just as good as the first! We highly recommend Chateau le Quesnoy
Pros: Lovely country chateau, cosy bedroom and great bathroom and loved the views from the room .
Pros: Beautiful Home, accom very comfortable and informal. Open fire the centre of the lounge / dining room. Owners are fabulous. Have dinner , it was lovely.
Pros: Absolutely an amazing place to stay! Beautiful setting and the Chateau was from a Holiwood set. It was regale. The proprietors were gracious, personable and very accommodating.
Cons: The savings over lodgings near the airport was more than offset by the more than 100 euro cost of taxi each way. The chateau is not a restaurant as implied in the on line description and there are no restaurants within a reasonable distance. Quiet, secluded yes. Isolated also.
Pros: Superb, the family who own the place made the stay one to remember. We hope to return
Cons: That we had to leave!
Pros: 30 minutes from the airport and in the country. Old worldly and comfortable with extremely accommodating hosts. A wonderful stay for tired travellers. Good restaurants but need a car to get there.
Cons: A bit of a challenge to find the driveway to it.
Pros: Everything was perfect. The hosts were very friendly and welcoming. The decor was really lovely. Breakfast was delicious. The garden was very pretty.
Pros: Wonderfull place with wonderfull people. Very romantic and clean room with tastefull breakfast. And nice natural around.
Pros: Very good welcome, nice room & accomodation, very friendly & helpfull hosts. The whole place has been renovated with an eye for every detail. Loved the different homemade jams with breakfast. Been here for 6 nights, and even though I needed to work during the days (bussines trip), the evenings felt like I was on holiday. Will come back in the future with my wife, to explore more of the beautifull and calm countryside. You guys are doing a great job!
Cons: Honest: everything was ok, not a single complaint!
Pros: Exceptionally helpful and attentive; lovely venue
Cons: The only possible improvement, which is outside property’s control, would be to have food and drink within walking distance
The Water Mill is located in Béthisy-Saint-Martin and offers a restaurant, a shared lounge and a garden. The accommodation is 42 km from Chantilly, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. The bed and breakfast consists of 1 bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries, and a seating area. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or à la carte breakfast. A terrace is available for guests at The Water Mill to use. Roissy-en-France is 50 km from the accommodation, while Compiègne is 19 km away. The nearest airport is Paris - Charles de Gaulle Airport, 51 km from The Water Mill.
Pros: A fantastic 2 night stay with Anna and Eric. Thanks for the warm welcome and superb accomodation. Loved the pets. Thanks for dinner each night, such a great experience. Definately would return
Pros: The use of swimming pool and pool table was nice. Room is big and nicely decorated. Spacious and nice garden.
Cons: I needed to call the owner, there was noone to open the door. The owners were friendly at first but soon we noticed that their focus was to live their own life whilst opening a B&B and expecting us to go along with their habits and rules, so privacy was not ok. We had to go through their private rooms to go to our room, had to use their fridge,... so no separate B&B. They don't like people to stay up late and make 'noise' (talking whilst playing pool). What bothered the most was that their 3 dogs continuously were pushing us around at the diner table, begging for food. I also have a dog, so I like dogs too, but that is so not done! Please lock your dogs when people are eating! You need to give the customers their space and don't expect them to love and live your way of life! It should be you being focussed on your customers, not the other way around. Last night we were asked to stop playing pool because their son was going to bed. And it was not politely asked neither! Eric stayed professional in his behaviour but Anna revealed herself as a rude and impolite 'lady of the house'. We did not feel as guests and certainly not as costumers and although they have a nice place, I would certainly not go back again. Sorry for Eric who did his best. Please improve the customers privacy and separate private space from client spaces. That would avoid a lot of frustrations on both sides. Also provide house rules for the common area up front, before booking. And breakfast is very basic: bread, honey and jam and a small yoghurt. Upgrade that with some charcuterie (bacon, cheese,...) and an egg (you have chickens!) and it would be much better.
Pros: Fabulously quirky property with Idyllic gardens in which to sit and relax and if the mood takes you drink some of the lovely local wine. Vast attic bedrooms where you can lay and listen to the river that used to drive the water wheel. Great breakfasts with fresh local produce including honey and jams produced by the bees and trees in the garden. Hospitable and engaging hosts who are happy to share their wealth of local knowledge and their growing menagerie of animals including two highly amusing pigmy pigs
Cons: We would have preferred a shower instead of a bath but that is just us.
Pros: Evey think
Pros: The Water Mill was an excellent location and the breakfast was very good with Eric only too pleased to give us fresh local produce including his own eggs and honey.
Cons: It was all good!
Pros: Very peaceful, very friendly hosts, made to feel very welcome. Anna couldn’t do enough to make our holiday a success
Pros: Secure parking for supercar, merci, perfect. Home cooking great. The owners have lots of pets, Dogs and cats and chickens and mini pigs. For me this was great. But something to be aware of if you are not fond of animals. I would definitely be happy to stay again.
Cons: I did not find any towels? Very basic breakfast. Lots of fly's in bedroom, opened windows to remove them.
Pros: The physical size of bedroom space was good. Off street parking but it's a quiet village so not really an issue parking on the street.
Cons: Firstly it's a b&b with a home kitchen and not a restaurant as advertised. It's a home and owner offered a usual basic home cooked meal for €20 per person. Did not partake so can't comment on this but was offered tomato and mozzarella starter, then pasta bake, then ice cream and alcoholic and non alcoholic drink. Breakfast was not as advertised. No a la carte nor continental breakfast, nor were these offered. We were given a yoghurt tub each, tea or coffee, a croissant each and a whole baguette, condiments of 2 jams and honey. There are cereal self serve containers but nothing in these containers. The bathroom is off the bedroom and has a plastic bath tub with hand held sprout. There is a basin and the toilet is only hidden by a wooden panel. Not sure why it couldn't have been built to be fully enclosed as there is plenty of room?? Mismatched old towels were offered. The bed was ok, lack of power points to charge phones, laptops etc though. Not sure why a small fridge and coffee and tea facilities can't be put into the room as there is more than enough space. You had to go through the dining room door to walk up the stairs, through a games room up stairs to the room so no real separation from the owner's house. The dining room is between their office and other rooms so dogs and cats are able to go into the dining room so not exactly pleasant. In garden and paved area, you need to watch where you walk due to dogs being out and their mess not being cleaned.
Les Chambres d'Elisabeth is a B&B located in Montépilloy, 7 km from Senlis and the A1 Highway. It offers a garden, free Wi-Fi access, a terrace and rooms with garden view. Several hiking paths are available in the area and Chantilly is a 20-minute drive away. The rooms at Les Chambres d'Elisabeth feature a flat-screen TV, a minibar, a desk and electric kettle. Each room includes a private bathroom with a hairdryer, free toiletries and shower. A continental breakfast with bread, hot drinks and fruit is included in the rate and served each morning in the dining room, by the fireplace. Restaurants can be found 4 km from the B&B. Free public parking is possible on site and Chaalis Abbey is 9 km from the property. The property is a 20-minute drive from Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Pros: Breakfast was excellent and plentiful. We were only 4 miles or so from Senlis where Elisabeth was able to recommend various restaurants. We did not have time to explore Senlus or Montepilloy but now have an excuse to revisit. Parking was in the grounds so convenient.
Pros: The owners were very welcoming; the room and shower were good. The village is most attractive.
Pros: Nice terrace. Friendly host. Big bathroom. Lovely breakfast.
Pros: Very nice quiet village very convenient for the motorway towns either side very pretty and with good places to eat (after7pm). Lovely house and kind hostess. Will visit again.
Pros: Very well situated in a beautiful country home. Very quiet. Bathroom fixtures were new and clean. Bed was comfortable.
Cons: There was a language issue on check in that caused a problem when checking out. We were unable to leave the property as early as planned because of a locked gate on the driveway. Breakfast was unavailable at the time we had to leave due to the problem in communicating our needs when checking in.
Pros: Breakfast was modest and tasty. Surroundings the village is very safe and quiet ( I'll appreciate that especially in Paris ;) ). So If you are on the journey do not think too long about that place, just take it !
Pros: A lovely family rural home.
Pros: Good breakfast and excellent recommendation for a superb restaurant only 12 mins drive away.
Pros: Nice Welcome Charmant place
Cons: Softweb bwd
Pros: The location was great. The ability to park on-site perfect. The welcome by the lovely woman who works there and her help to find somewhere to eat. She was the perfect hostess! Breakfast was good too!
Cons: Nowhere to eat on-site- a small bistro or cafe open until 22:00 would make this a very special place to stop off. The chateau bistro shuts at 19:00. After a long drive its necessary to get in the car and drive to a restaurant. There are many good ones around but a simple evening meal would be perfect in the village of Raray or evening at the Chateau itself. In the rooms tea/coffee making facility would be lovely.
Pros: Charming place. Beautiful buildings. Personal touch. Friendly staff Proximity to the golf course. Style is more like a B&B
Cons: It was good. No complaints.
Pros: Gorgeous place, beautiful location and first class staff. 10/10 Do yourself a favour and visit this charming place right beside the glorious chateau de Raray.
Pros: Lovely old house, nice breakfast, good bed.
Cons: We booked at 17 and arrived at 21 after sending unanswered messages about Arrivals time. Hotel pitch dark, gate closed. Nobody around. Several phone calls got us in contact with a lady who had to switch the computer om, and Saw our reservation for the first time.
Situated in Le Meux, 13 km from Château de Compiègne and set in an old farmhouse, Auberge de la Vieille Ferme features a traditional restaurant and a terrace. Free Wi-Fi access is available. All of the rooms at Auberge de la Vieille Ferme have a TV and parquet flooring. The private bathroom is fitted with a shower and includes a hairdryer. A continental breakfast is available every morning and can be served on the terrace, in the dining room which features exposed beams or to the comfort of your room. The property also offers traditional, homemade food in its restaurant, which uses fresh produce. The hotel is located 1 km from La Croix Saint Ouen Train Station and 2 km from Forêt Domaniale de Compiègne. The A1 motorway is 11 km away and there is a private car park on site.
Pros: Charming. Friendly staff. Very good food.
Cons: Small room. Hard bed.
Pros: The in-house restaurant for the dinner however is extraordinary. Breakfast is simple but ok.
Cons: The rooms were cold, it lasts some time until the electrical heaters work. Warm water supply in the shower was also limited. Rooms are quite simple. The staff cannot speak only one word in English.
Pros: Restaurant was really amazing. Room was very clean. Friendly staff. Lovely location and setting.
Cons: The bed was fairly small (We are tall) and it was very squeaky! But this was a very minor issue.
Pros: Very convenient for our trip to Compiegne. A simple room and just what we expected and wanted from this short stay.
Cons: Coffee was not freshly made at breakfast. Obviously had been sitting on the hotplate for quite some time.
Pros: The restaurant was great, we are vegetarian and the staff catered for our needs at short notice, we had an excellent evening meal. Friendly staff, quiet location with a peaceful, pretty courtyard
Pros: So lovely, both the property and the welcome
Cons: The speed of the drivers on the road outside. Inside everything was lovely.
Pros: As we wished a quieter room not overlooking the restaurant area, we were given the choice of two rooms and were not made to feel we were being a nuisance. The change was facilitated by the helpful manager. The meal was very good and the room clean and comfortable. We were offered a coffee upon leaving which was much appreciated.
Cons: Nothing in particular