Taking advantage of the series of bank holidays in the UK we decided to treat ourselves to a four night stay at La Cour de Remi.
This was our third trip to the hotel and it lived up to all our memories. Yet again we chose to stay in room 7. As ever Sebastien's food was fabulous on both of the evenings we chose to eat in the restaurant.
Whilst Bermicourt is not exactly close to anywhere it has plenty of places which are easily in range for a day trip. Having done Lille and Vimy Ridge on previous trips this time we tried some new trips. We had an excellent if very poignant day at the Somme battlefields, a day in Amiens and a fascinating trip to the Carriere Wellington underground tunnels in Arras.
I always think you can learn as much about a hotel by how mistakes are handled. Well on this occasion there was a mix up with our booking which a hugely apologetic Sebastien resolved perfectly.
This meant that we had to spend our final night in the Treehouse - hardly a trial! A very interesting experience in the midst of a major thunderstorm... This room is clearly much smaller than room 7 but is stylishly done and would be excellent in better weather and the opportunity to make use of the outside space.
Already looking forward to a return visit on the way back from Italy later this year.
- Also Known As:
- La Cour De Remi Hotel Bermicourt
- La Cour De Remi Bermicourt