Bed and Breakfast accommodation is available throughout the house with the Garden room and the Stables Room accessed off the courtyard with private ensuite bathrooms, a hairdryer, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities in each room. These rooms both have modern walk-in showers. The Garden room has plenty of space for families and the Stables has room for a single fold out bed or a cot. Both rooms have small patios with seating for enjoying the garden.

The Old House is the original shuttered farmhouse and it has two floors. The upstairs Loft room is suitable for a couple or as a family floor and it has a very large double bedroom, connecting twin room, library, dressing room and family bathroom with a bath and a shower over the bath overlooking the church.

The downstairs has two rooms...the White room which has a double bed and the Green room which has a kingsize bed (it can also become 2 single beds) with a separate shower room with toilet and basin off the kitchen / lounge room shared by these two rooms. These rooms are independent and are accessed off the tiled hallway. There is a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities on both floors. Please note that these rooms share a common hallway entrance with the upstairs Loft room and are ideal for large groups of 8. 

We can provide additional fold out beds, cots and high chairs upon request. If a large group would like to take over the whole house and use the Bed and Breakfast service we can accommodate 12 people in 6 rooms and 2 additional children in the Garden room. 

High quality comfortable beds are all made up in 100% cotton bedlinen and generous featherdown duvets and pillows with thick white towels and hand towels are provided....rooms are decorated in an artistic and tasteful way with unique brocante finds and plenty of books providing an interesting individual environment for you to relax and enjoy your stay in. 

Breakfast is served in the garden under the trees or in the ménage in the summer or one of our cosy dining rooms in the winter. Breakfast includes delicious local breads and pastries, homemade conserves, freshly prepared stewed fruit, a selection of cereals, juice and a selection of hot beverages including freshly ground coffee and many different types of tea. Seasonal additions are made to the breakfast menu depending on availability....Michael’s special tomatoes, freshly boiled eggs, homemade muffins etc

Our popular evening meals are a great chance for you to meet other guests or share a special evening with family or friends. Dinner will be served in the garden, either in the ménage with a brazier or in the courtyard under the trees in the summer or in the farmhouse dining room with the open fire or our barn kitchen. 

Meals start with a local champagne apéritif 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 homemade cakes and desserts are always on the menu. 

Dinner including a champagne apéritif and wine is 50 euros per adult. A teen meal is available (same courses as the adults but without alcohol) at 35 euros and a simple two course children’s meal is 15 euros.

Evening meals are usually served at 7.30 pm and must be booked in advance. We always ask you to let us know if anyone has any food allergies or particular likes or dislikes when making a dinner reservation. Children’s tea is served a little earlier.

If you fancy an evening meal out we can recommend local restaurants in Sezanne, Etoges, Epernay, Troyes or Reims. We are also happy to make reservations on your behalf.

Children are well catered for with swings, trampoline, country walks, children’s books, toys and games. We offer a few bikes for your use, a table tennis table, Badminton, French Boules, and there are 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.....

Spend your days meandering through the small Champagne villages stopping for tastings or a picnic in the vines or enjoy the architecture and history of the region or the beautiful cellars of the bountiful Champagne Houses en route. Or head out to explore the cities of Epernay, Troyes, Reims, Provins, or further afield Verdun, Versailles, Paris or Disneyland! It is all possible using Aupres de l’église as a base of your stay. 

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.



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