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Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy

3 rue Traversiere, 02380 Coucy-le-Chateau-Auffrique France
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#2 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Coucy-le-Chateau-Auffrique
3 bed and breakfasts with a terroir'products shop in the same place. Magnific views from 2 of the 3 rooms and in the garden. Quiet place, confortable et simple. No television, an independant bathroom per room, wifi in each room. Near the castle, near two restaurants (a logis de France and a pizzeria)
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3 rue Traversiere, 02380 Coucy-le-Chateau-Auffrique France
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SeimenBurum wrote a review Jan. 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2828 contributions312 helpful votes
Nice small B&B run by an easy going lady who also runs a shop with local produce like jam and juices. My room was basic but nice and clean. There was no TV but free WiFi internet worked well. The French style breakfast was ok with some bread and various spreads and some of the local produced jams. From the breakfast area you can have a good view of the landscape behind the building The small town of Coucy is nice and has the remains of a huge castle. Otherwise there is not much going on and there are only three restaurants.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Richard L wrote a review Oct. 2018
Winter Park, Florida9 contributions3 helpful votes
The accommodation is unpretentious, functional but very well upkept, clean and comfortable. My only reservation was the bath towels which were possibly more suited to exfoliation than drying - perfect to fight cellulite though! Spectacular views and magnificent home made breakfast. We were given a giant baguette each, but it was so deliciously melt in the mouth we could have eaten several more - notwithstanding the array of cold cuts, yoghurts and cheese, coupled with generous portions of innumerable homemade jams. The dinning area sits within a local produce store, so you can purchase from a myriad if local farm-to-table delicacies, many of which were available to sample at breakfast. The situation itself being eerily quiet, with majestic sweeping views of the countryside from the village, which is couched within the ruins of a former medieval castle and grounds. This made for a perfect night's sleep. I stayed there with a friend visiting an international clay shooting tournament in the locale and will definitely come back with my wife and children as I am sure they will love it as much as we did. The owners are very helpful and directed us to a superb local restaurant and hotel in tge village which was offering a menu 'degustation' for the 14th of July celebrations (amazing gastronomic delight, including quail) and when I had to get a breakdown of the receipt a month latter they were really efficient at getting back to me. Whilst we stumbled upon this guest house it proved great value with a very warm welcome and is thus highly recommended.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
gypsybug wrote a review Jul. 2016
Auburn, California12 contributions3 helpful votes
Very clean and quiet, the staff is very friendly and the breakfast home made jams from the fruit in the garden! The area is beautiful! The family is interesting and adds to the charm, the family cares for the place and is informative. The only draw back is there are only two places in the village to eat and we arrived on a Monday and the Pizza place was closed so we ate in the restaurant, the girl waiting tables was not very friendly! The food was mediocre but you don't have a choice, there was a friendly little bar and Tabac shop near by for beverages!
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Tirsten wrote a review Sep. 2015
London6 contributions5 helpful votes
We booked this place without really knowing anything about it, as just a stopping point on our trip further south. It was such a wonderful surprise. We received a very warm welcome. We booked the family room and it was a real treat to have a separate room for the kids! Our room overlooked the ruined ramparts. The village itself is lovely, with opportunities to explore the ruined chateau and walk around some of the ramparts. It is stunning. Breakfast was a treat with a selection of home made jams and local produce. It also has a shop with local produce which was great. The children loved the terraced garden and we wish we he had more time there to take advantage of it. We would definitely go back.
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Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
retired-ish wrote a review Oct. 2014
Cumbria34 contributions37 helpful votes
Smashing B&B with the most wonderful west-facing view of the ruined chateau. Really friendly and helpful owners. We felt very well looked after. Savine runs a local produce shop next door, behind which is the breakfast room where everyone sits down together to a more than adequate breakfast, some of which is supplied from the shop. Couldn't resisit buying the hazelnut and almond spread - absolutely delicious and makes a bit of a special present. Free wi-fi; dogs welcome. Good-sized, spotless room with a creaky floor but don't think there was a room below us to disturb. Steepish, narrow wooden stairs but not unmanageable. We were glad we'd booked for two nights and relaxed one afternoon on the terrace at the back, after our visit to the chateau which is well worth a look and has clear information throughout. Not a great deal of choice of places to eat out - mid September, it was the local hotel or the pizzeria both of which were OK. Overall, a bit of a gem, really. We'd love to go back.
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Date of stay: September 2014
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy
Which popular attractions are close to Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
Nearby attractions include Chateau of Coucy (0.4 km), Le Canon de Coucy (1.4 km), and Eglise Saint-Sauveur (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and hiking.
Is parking available at Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant La Pomme d'Or, La Ferme des Michettes, and Le Saint Nicolas.
Is Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 km away from the centre of Coucy-le-Chateau-Auffrique.
Are pets allowed at Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Chambres d'Hotes sur la Courtine de Coucy?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Le Canon de Coucy (1.4 km).