BED AND BREAKFAST
Bed and Breakfast accommodation is available in the downstairs Green Room with its kingsize bed [it can also beome 2 single beds] with a seperate shower room with toilet and basin or the upstairs family floor which has a very large double bedroom, connecting twin room, library, dressing room and family bathroom overlooking the church. We are also able to provide additional fold out beds, cots and high chairs. If a large group would like to take over the whole house and use the Bed and Breakfast service we can accommodate 8 people in 4 rooms and 2 additional children on fold out beds with shared bathrooms.
High quality comfortable beds are all made up in 100% cotton bedlinen and generous featherdown duvets and pillows with thick white towels, handtowels and facecloths also provided....rooms are decorated in an artistic and tasteful way with unique brocante finds providing an interesting individual environment for you to relax and enjoy your stay in.
Breakfast is served in one of the many outdoor areas in the summer and in the cosy dining room in the winter. Breakfast includes delicious local breads and pastries, homemade conserves, home prepared stewed fruit, a selection of cereals, juices and hot beverages including freshly ground coffee, hot chocolate and many different teas. Seasonal additions are made to the breakfast menu depending on availability...tomatoes with freshly picked basil from the garden, fresh boiled eggs from Madam Paris's chickens, homemade muffins or tarts using fruit from the garden...strawberries, cherries, apples, plums or blackberries.
Evening meals with a Champagne aperitif, or a picnic tea is available if requested when booking. Dinner will be served in the garden, either in the manage with the BBQ dish as a brazier or in the courtyard under the trees, in the summer or in the dining room in the winter while enjoying the warmth of the open fire. Meals start with a local champagne aperitif followed by freshly prepared home cooked food using as much produce from the garden as the season allows and to finish the meal local cheeses and handmade cakes and desserts are always on the menu.
If you prefer to eat out there is a wide selection of local restaurants in Sezanne [10 mins drive] or Epernay [25 mins drive]. An extensive folder of local information and advice is available for your perusal.
Children are well catered for with swings, trampoline, walks to visit the exotic ducks and donkey at the old Abbey or spending time with Liliana or Amelia...bikes for all ages are available for your use, a table tennis table, Badminton, French Boules, and plenty of champagne houses to visit on the 'Champagne Route de Touristique'. You also have access to Mike and Glenis' extensive library if you prefer a quiet time by the fire or in one of the many hideaway spaces in the boxwood garden with a glass of local bubbly.....
Glenis and Mike are available for advice and recommendations for days out, cellar tours or restaurant options...or a general chat about all aspects of life or living!
WIFI available throughout the house.