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Merel - verified booking
"Pros +++ Nice, large and quiet garden and terrain around the house. +++ Typical French very cozy cottage and decor. +++ Daily many squirrels in the garden and in the distance cows, which the kids really liked. +++ A very good trampoline in the garden. +++ In the attic Next to 2 smaller bedrooms a huge room, where we were able to sleep with a whole family of 5 with all of them very relaxed. Really spacious, delicious! Negatives --- There were fleas or bedbugs in one of the bedrooms, there did not sleep, really scandalous! --- The stairs are REALLY very dangerous! N.a. Other reviews I still thought "that's true" but no, that's really not the case! The smallest difference between steps is not yet 15 cm, the biggest difference is more than 40 cm and the distances change completely randomly. Particularly, there is also no trailing and low light, it really makes a dangerous staircase .--- With all low unprotected power sockets, a completely non-functioning and slow staircase "fence", this is NOT child-friendly for small Children .--- All play equipment in the garden (on 1 very good trampoline after) completely broken of rust, absolutely not usable !! And the "sandbox" was no longer there (we did not miss it, but it was called as if it were, and that's not the way) .- The locks of the outside doors worked very hard .--- On the first floor the toilet door barely did not work .--- A little bit of detail above the dining table hangs the impossible "imaginable" lamp, which you gossip every time when you get up. Furthermore, there was no teapot, so take it yourself. It was not cleaned well in the house. Conclusion Despite some significant downsides, I would like to go again (as the fleas are gone) in terms of atmosphere! I really liked it as a very cozy cottage and wonderfully peaceful environment."
David - verified booking
"A fantastic cottage based in lovely Romery near Guise. It is owned/managed by Isabel who is lovely and will look after you as required. You do need speak some French in this area as no-one really speaks any English (why should they?). The nearest Supermarket is in Guise 8 km from Romery but there is an Intermarche. Carrefour and an Aldi which are all near each other and provide everything you need.Things to do: if you like walking (we do) there is an excellent trail on your doorstep called the Axe Vert which is an old railway line converted to a cycle.walking path. We hired bikes from Autreppes and also walked large chunks of it during our week. You can also drive to Laon and Saint Quentin and also to Reims if you wish. THe garden at the cottage was lovely and we sat out there most days in the sun as we were after a very realxing week which is exactly what this place gave us. It's very quiet and not for those wanting lots to do.A small gripe was that we weren't advised about having to pay electricity during our stay and of course you will have to pay Tourist Tax for each person per night but that is standard. Also I tried to contact Isabel in advance of our stay a few times to confirm times etc but never got a reply. Thankfully all was ok and she was as I say lovely and welcoming. It's a 2hr drive from Calais and easily found and if you are after a quiet relaxing break then I wuld highly recommend this cottage. We will certainly try and get back to it again."
E. - verified booking
"We were 6 adults and a small child in the Christmas week 2008 in this house. It is very atmospheric and the photo "s on the Internet are representative. A lovely house to sit to rest and relax. Especially the fireplace is a blessing and create atmosphere. The house is fully equipped. When 8 people would book this house, there is only a shortage of good seats. The sofa and armchairs where you enjoy sitting for 4 persons. The house is quite donker.Aan good lighting (for example, to read) is lacking. The kitchen is well equipped. Everything is full of kitchen equipment and crockery. Small downside: no space for your messages to store. Internet works but not wireless (bring long network cable along). Indeed: not reach the phone (can be tricky but it is also very quiet .. lekkeer) The area itself is beautiful but there is not much to do unless you like walking / cycling. The villages in the area are pretty bleak. The larger towns, such as st Quentin , Valenciennes, Laon and Reims are well worth the effort. We had a great time. starting point was: just do nothing and relax and that worked. recommendation for quietness so! Fam Diepeveen-Perridon, Rotterdam"
Hendrik - verified booking
"We had a great time relaxing at Rabouillere 1. The house and surroundings make you relax instantly, away from the hustle and bustle. Still big supermarkets and macDonalds are within driving distance. The nearby villages are tiny, friendly and very French, mostly residential (some lovely churches!), whereas the towns have terraces and shops. The house is big and feeling grand, and does have wifi. The garden is a real joy, it feels like you are in a park. Nice big trampolines.We have 2 children, 2 and 3, so safety was important. For the most part the garden is indeed fenced off, though on the other side of Rabouillere 2 there are possibilities for the children to "escape", but in reality that is not a real concern, it is simply too far away for them to go there. The house would be great for up to 3 couples with 2 babies and 4 children, but suited us fine too (2 adults with 2 toddlers).We had a great BBQ, and we took a paddling pool with us, which was a good move, considering the hot weather we had. We had several electrical storms at night, which were fascinating to watch, and it was nice to sit under the roof of the patio and see the rain."
Harry - verified booking
"The house really old French house which is colorful, spacious, decorated netjes.Sfeervol old \/ flea, it looks like a museum. Quiet area, but we were there during school holidays and there is a (small-scale modern) school in the street, so in the low season it can be more lively. The garden is sublime, wild nature with a piece of wood. The owners are friendly and helpful and if you ask them what they have always tips. For gardeners with green thumbs, Ms. is a connoisseur and Mr knows a lot of history. They live in a similar house in the same yard area, but guests garden is separated. So no lack of privacy. The house is best for all ages but not for people who have difficulty walking. The house is divided into living rooms, kitchen, 1st floor and two bedrooms. 1 with double bed, one with two single beds which cozy spacious stand apart. Room in the house fine, but you need to pass a room a ladder with one or a few treedjes off \/ on. Very strange. Only downside is that shower and toilet (spacious and clean) are far from the bedrooms. To refresh you need to get through the house. Kitchen is fully equipped. very"