We stayed in the self contained flat for a week. Lesley and david were friendly and welcoming hosts. They were happy to answer our questions about the region but didn't go over the top with loads of options which we appreciated. The flat was luxurious with every thing catered for down to the last detail. Our hamper was most welcome of home grown salad, local cheese, ham and eggs from their happy hens, plus a loaf of bread , milk and bottle of wine. Everything was spotless, crisp white bed linen, generous fluffy towels and beautiful soft furnishings that you might find in a five star hotel at least!
The area is peaceful with plently of walking opportunities, good restaurants, and places of interest within easy driving distance.
We put the car on the train to Calais and got caught up in the traffic near Le Havre, another time (and we will be returning) we would go on the ferry to Cain.
We would thoroughly recommend Chateau La Cour, and are considering one of their gourmet breaks, after a spot of dieting that is!More