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I stayed here in 2008 and wasn't impressed.
I heard it had improved and that is correct.
I had a good room that was clean.
The only problem was that it had the smallest bathroom and shower I have ever seen.
Continental Breakfast with a...More
We stayed here as a couple for 2 nights in September 2017 and I can understand why they make you pay upfront when booking. The hotel was chosen for its ideal location for visiting WW1 sites but that's where the positives stop. We were told...More
We had enjoyed a very moving experience at Beaumont Hamel. The Hotel was a convenient location and in the middle of the little town. and someone there recommended the restaurant at the Hotel. We had a very pleasant supper without having to go out. Breakfast...More
Nice room but a bit on the dirty side. The bathroom was disgusting. Only one light worked. It needed a damn good clean. The food was good, breakfast was reasonable. The site infers that there is free parking, but the parking is on the street...More
We stayed here for 3 nights. Very basic rooms but adequate for two blokes on a trip. Breakfast was traditionally French and very enjoyable. Very reasonably priced and I would stay there again. Within walking distance to the town centre.
US$88 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Triskellion | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I don't know as I have never had the dogs with me, I do seem to remember a dog on a lead in reception though? Would be worth dropping them an e mail? The majority of hotels in France do accept dogs but worth checking?