New Year Cottages In Hauts De France To Rent
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Boukje - verified booking
"We have holidays in Les Terrasses de la Plage well experienced. Friendly service and they speak sufficient English. The reception looked simple, not much special. The pool is very small, because children seem to have no problem with it but for adults it is nothing. More than enough space for the car in the private car park or parking garage of the complex As of 1700 hours, you could pick up the key to the apartment, but unfortunately we had to wait a bit longer. Best irritating as we were already a few hours in Cayeux and wanted to get some rest. Borg, you can only pay by credit or debit card. We had expected that this cash could also be, that they still accepted us. The deposit we received at the end of the holiday equal terug.Het apartment itself looked fine, not very special but all facilities .... Apart from a bank! We had with z 'n two of a four person room and it was just as well. For 4 people, this would be far too small in my opinion !!! The living room has a sofa bed because there are no two bedrooms! The sleeper sofa ( actually a misleading term in this case), however, only serves as the first personal or 2 bed. A backrest has"
Rita - verified booking
"Getting nice friendly (there was one person who spoke English the rest with the familiar gestures) accommodation poor, self-aid of dishwasher, okay poorly ... cleaned everything, greenhouses, floor and toilet. (Toilet kept walking but with a special sock stuffed it through ...) There was no coffee maker, after we add to the day after arrival, we got a new working fine a few hours later. No Wifi in the room, cost a fortune and went by telephone, zeeeeeeer outdated anno 2016, but free Wi-Fi at reception. (Not secure even more today ...) sofa bed in the room was too filthy to sit on, we only have a 2p fitted sheet pulled over, what was done then ??? or used as a dog basket? That might come across to me. No TV, well that was not so bad, because the French offer only if you could rent one. Really went a tip / tilt window in the bedroom broken ironwork was rusted stiff by all the salt, it could no longer work as dump but just open, so it fell again mee.Wat very becoming difficult and apparently not to book is sea, there we have ended up on two high with a beautiful view. (Bath cubicles all around, that you are not in the picture have st"
Tanguy - verified booking
"What a fantastic house whopping 80m2 was available to us (2 people). Fully equipped, including oven and microwave, bath and good bed! It is an upstairs apartment, so not suitable for wheelchairs etc. For children in Klausen nothing to do. We missed an Internet connection and a deep freezer. Klausen is a quiet village with a village shop with small opening, but a wide range. You can be nice drink on a terrace on a few occasions and / or food. The pilgrimage church is also worth a visit. From Klausen you swipe from nearby major roads easily to all kinds of great places in the region. Trier, Bernkastel Kues, Wittlich, Bittburg, Bad Bertrich, Cohem, Konz we all visited. The open-air museum in Konz is highly recommended, we have a whole day of fun wandering around (closed on Mondays!). In Bittburg the keg roll was nice to see. In Dierscheid we climbed a very high tower, with 360 degree views. Near Klausen runs Moselle at Piesport. The Panorama Road, high above Piesport gives a fantastic view of the Moselle. Hold on tight in the hairpin bends down! ) Walking along the Moselle, on a mat or bench in the grass, on delicious"
M. - verified booking
"After a week in 2013, we have returned in 2016 to the same house. We were welcomed back by the same friendly lady present, and also the owner himself this time. Our question if we could shut the cellar door (which would not drop the kids' night) was one day later solved with a new lock and key. It's still a nice house on top of the hill to unwind, with many opportunities nearby for day trips. in case of bad weather (one day with us) you can certainly engage in the playroom in the basement. Compared to 2013, we see some improvements (new TV, electric shutters in the living room, parasol). .. only downside to 2013, the additional security thread, so you can give no more carrots to the donkeys on the ground next to the house. the friendly owner (which is what further lives on the same floor), we have crossed a few times where ... he shows interest in what you have done, and tips is what you can still do everything Overall perfectly fine ... and maybe we were a few years (if the kids are a bit larger) going back again -.!)"
Angela - verified booking
"We were a family party of 8 adults and all thought this house was great, with everything you need and more. The rooms were large and traditionally furnished with a large dining table that would comfortably seat 10 and plenty of sofas and armchairs in the lounge for everyone. The house has a cosy home fom home feel. The snooker table in the annex was popular with a comfy seating area for those not playing. The garden has a boules pitch and badminton/volley ball net set up on the large lawn area plus a table tennis table and all the equipment. The patio area has a barbeque and lovely long table for eating outside. Out the front there is room to park 2-3 cars in the courtyard and even a couple of bikes in the shed you can borrow for cycling into the village for your bread and croissants for breakfast. The owner, Joel, lives next door and is lovely and very helpful, even driving my husband around the local fishing lakes on our first day to show him where to go. All in all a great place to stay and would highly recommend"