we, family of 4, stayed here for two weeks.
We really enjoyed staying with Jo & Greg and Solomon. The area is great for cycling for the whole family. Jo and Greg are great hosts, and Jo is a excellent cook!
They really took care of us. They gave advice about cycling routes nearby and they can pcik you up, if you had enough cycling :-). The B&B is in a very quite area, but there is enough to do, if you like swimming, cycling, trying some wine or visiting Great brocante markets etc.
It is a good place to stop for a couple of days on your way to the south of France or Spain, but also to stay for longer as we did and enjoy the beautifull countryside and lovely wine and sun.
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Jo and Greg give a warm welcome at their beautiful barn conversion, where we camped for a week. The barn is a great space, with meals taken with other guests at the huge table, creating an informal and convivial atmosphere. The food is plentiful and delicious. The surrounding area is perfect for relaxed cycling through rural France, with a lovely canal towpath, swimming and cafe opportunities nearby. Jo and Greg will come and pick you up if you can't be bothered to cycle home! August was hot, more ambitious cycle rides would be easier when the weather is slightly cooler. We joined in the local community family cycle ride, complete with delicious canapés and drinks (this is France!) and also enjoyed a 'salad competition' at the local market town.
A great location for a relaxing stay in a beautiful and less touristy part of France.