Stay in the old residence of the manor’s guardian. A charming cottage, recently renovated , two steps away of the Canal de St Quentin, surrounded by nature. Come and rest, relax, during your stay in Vendhuile, a charming village located in the department of Aisnes. A perfect destination for hiking, bicycle riding, and its several historicals tours ( cathedral , castles, « Touages » ancient boat towing system , The historial of the Great War, museums ... )
“A beautiful property, in a very quiet and rural area of France. We found the house very comfortable, and would certainly stay again if ever in the area. The hosts were also extremely helpful and provided necessary information throughout our stay :)”
Situé entre Saint Quentin et Cambrai, à 15 minutes de l'autoroute, cette halte est parfaite en séjour occasionnel ou professionnel. Petit déjeuner complet sur demande.
“I highly recommend a stop at "La p'tite Pause". It is a charming house located on the Cambrai / St Quentin axis, very well cared for by Isabelle both in terms of furniture and hygiene. Isabelle is also very available and listening, she will be happy to answer all your questions (restaurants, transport, etc ...). In short, I invite you to try the experience! Have a good stay, Emilie”
Vous recherchez un gîte pour un week-end détente, sportif ou culturel dans la région de Cambrai, une semaine (ou +) pour votre travail d'affaires? Bienvenue dans notre maison 6 pers. à Bantouzelle, à proximité de l’Abbaye de Vaucelles. Vous serez charmés par cette longère en pierre blanche du 19ème siècle, ancien Estaminet du village, rénovée et décorée avec goût. Vous pourrez stationner votre véhicule dans la cour, fermée par un portail. A 3 km de la sortie n°9 autoroute A26, Cambrai 13km.
“I had booked the accommodation as a starting point for the Paris-Roubaix Challenge. The starting point Busigny is about 30 minutes away by car. We were with 5 people (2 adults + 3 children) here. We all felt very comfortable here. The house really has everything needed. The place itself is relatively small but still a good starting point for excursions. Here are the many World War I locations, Saint Quentin and the nature reserve or even monasteries and to name a few. The nature is very agricultural and invites you to go hiking with your animal world. For the cycling fans, of course, there is the terrain known from the monument. No steep mountains, but big waves and paved roads. We can then pursue the elite race to one of the famous paved sectors. All in all, it was great and exciting days that we all enjoyed very much.”