Bavincourt is a quiet village, 16 kms south of Arras and within short distance of WW1 battle sites, Commonwealth War Graves. Guests can enjoy hiking, cycling, horseback riding, bird watching, or simply relaxing in our garden.
The top floor of our house is set aside for our guests. It has two bedrooms (each with its own private shower and toilet). The first room (Gingko room) has a queen size bed, and an extra twin bed). It can sleep up to 3 people. The second room (Tilleul room) has two twin beds and can sleep 2 people. The room has internet access. We provide bed sheets, towels, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Upon request, guests can have access to washing and drying facilities, ironing equipment. A baby cot can also be provided free of charge.
Guests will have access to secure parking on our property.
Continental breakfast is included with the room.
A traditional French home cooked dinner can also be booked in advance (15 Euros per adult wine included with the meal).
Guest rooms, Coffee, tea, reading corner on the landing of the 2n floor / Kitchen and family room for meals / Access to the garden and the terrace
Interaction with guests
We enjoy sharing our house and garden with our visitors. We will be happy to inform you about the many historical and tourist sites (sites of the battles of the 1st World War, military cemeteries, Monuments classified in the patrimony of the humanity by UNESCO ...)
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Nadine and her father Gerard like to welcome visitors from around the world in their century-old entirely refurbished house on a 2500 m² property planted with trees. Nadine loves taking care of the garden and likes to cook traditional French meals. Gérard was born in the village has travelled the world, and knows the local history.
Nadine et son père Gérard, aiment recevoir les voyageurs de tous horizons dans leur belle maison centenaire entièrement rénovée, sur un terrain arboré de 2500 m². Nadine aime s'occuper de son jardin et mitonner des petits plats traditionnels. Gérard est né au village, a beaucoup voyagé et vécu a l'étranger et connait l’histoire de la région.