You'd never guess from the humble exterior and simple backyard car park that you were venturing into the territory of a brilliant chef. This Auberge of the Logis de France boasts only one chimney pot (Logis classification). The en-suite rooms are large and good value (72 Euros for a couple's B & B). But we had Bonne Chance and were there for Easter Sunday Supper and Madame Dardenne had produced a 6 course banquet- and every course was a delight and unusual. 2 of our party had wild boar sucking piglet and it was beautifully prepared and served. Starters, Sorbets and Cheese courses were all magnificent and would graced a much more 'classy' hotel, which would have charged twice as much. There are good walks in the vicinity and much to see and do in the valley of the Aisne.