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Hauts De France Self Catering
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Residence Bray-Dunes Margats 3
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Sallo - verified booking
"The apartment on Rue des Magrats has an excellent location and was also clean. The kitchen is exceptionally well equipped. Disadvantage there is no storage space for what you take with you, there are no closets at all. Not in the kitchen for kitchen utensils and not for clothing, but also no place where you can store your suitcase or bag. There is no air conditioning, and that was very hot in the hot summer of 2018. Most important, however, was that we booked through Belvilla and were under the assumption that we arrived in the Holidaysuites building ON THE SEA, with two full bedrooms, because this building on the photo was at Belvilla, but on arrival this was absolutely not the case, and we had an apartment 44A with 1 bedroom and a sleeping corner. Belvilla and Holidaysuites both said that the other person was responsible for this. Disadvantage of the sleeping corner (with bunk beds and third mattress on the floor) is that it is very difficult with young children, because how can they sleep in a quiet corner of the living room? Or how can the parents talk or read in the evenings if they want the room to be dark and quiet for the children? Sitting on the balcony was not an option, because then you have to go to the children too, with three older children this is less a problem, but yes, then I do not know where you store the stuff of three larger children, because cabinets are absolutely not in this flat.Other point about this flat he is far too full, with too much furniture, which way too big for the small flat. Throw the half out and you have a better flat.Advice for anyone who books through Belvilla look carefully in the booking which house you have, because the pictures of Belvilla do NOT show the right flats so that you, like us, end up in the wrong house."
Marion - verified booking
"I was under the impression that the house was surrounded by its own grounds and was disappointed that all the garden was to the front and that there were houses close by and a road to the rear; the lake was a duck pond and the grounds were very unkempt; the lack of sun loungers was disappointing. I think the description of the grounds should be much more honest. Although the house is characterful it is very run down and most of the furniture is uncomfortable and past its best, although the bed my husband and I slept in was fine some of the other beds were well below par. The most comfortable furniture is in the upstairs lounge, whereas it would be better downstairs as that’s where we spent most of our time in the house, and wouldn’t have used the upstairs room had it not been for the World Cup on tv. The decor, once one gets past the initial impactfulness, is not very welcoming and many of the artefacts are ugly - far too much emphasis on army paraphernalia - giving the house a hostile, museum-like feel (especially the modern army photos in the downstairs w.c. - very much out of place, I thought, in a holiday rental. However, all this was reflected in the cost and so it seems wrong to complain, but after a week I was pleased to leave as I found the house oppressive and shabby and none too clean. The toilet in one of the en-suites had a towel rolled up behind it to, we think, prevent leaks - unhygienic we thought. The showers were poor, too."
GUY - verified booking
"Positive & gt located 500 m walking distance from Cap Griz Nez & gt spacious and well maintained villa three rooms in good order and three bathrooms, one problematic cfr infra good infrastructure (domestic utensils polishes comfortable, nice furniture, TV with DVD player though TV channels limited to French channels & gt good restaurant Les Falaises on other side of street & gt very spacious and well maintained garden with furniture perfectly sealed for dog & gt friendly reception caution deposit € 250 cash to pay negative & gt location is problematic plane bend of departmental road D940 which is the only road between Cap Blanc Nez is and Cap Griz Nez. Very heavy traffic, and if you're not used very disturbing. Two parking spaces on the side of the house (side D940) are dangerous to leave by restricted visibility. Fortunately, there is a garden gate on the other side that spends in a little less busy street that leads to Cap Blanc Nez. & gt no shops in the tiny village shopping do best in Carrefour Cite Europe at 10 km & gt smell of fuel oil from adjacent storage space penetrates sometimes into the kitchen (we could by the weather still ventilate thus less a"
Danielle - verified booking
"The house offers every comfort that you can think of. When we arrived we found it in a clean condition. Practical for us and our dog was the fenced and very well-kept garden with many beach chairs. The only downside is the busy road to Wissant, which leads past the house. At the time of our stay (September 2nd), however, the center of Escalles was closed because of construction, so that it was quiet. The sea is half a kilometer away, and from here there are beautiful hiking possibilities over the cliffs or (at low tide) opposite the beach is "La Falaise", a simple-looking but excellent restaurant that offers delicious fresh fish and seafood. In the small shop at the campsite you get baguette and croissants, which you have to order the day before. A better bakery can be found in Audinghen a few kilometers away. All in all we spent an unforgettable and relaxing holiday in "Les Tilleuls"."
Robin - verified booking
"My wife and I were as new to grandparenthood as our children were to being parents - 10 of us came, including 9-month-old twins and a 9-week-old baby. We all had reasons for needing a good break - and we each fulfilled the need. We made friends in the small town of Hesdin, including a restaurant proprietor who cooked us and delivered a wonderful set of meals. We relaxed in the grounds of the lovely chateau, we travelled to the seaside and ate well, and we picnicked and walked in local forests. We cooked some splendid meals with ingredients bought from a great market. We stayed up too late watching DVDs supplied for our use, but still managed the early morning rise and walk (a group run, even) to the boulangerie for breads, buttery croissants and great pastries."