Although this B&B is set on the main road of town it’s blissfully quiet. Each bedroom is named after an heirloom fruit tree found outside, and has a welcome hamper with a selection of teas, coffees, biscuits and chocolates.
Nathalie and Slimane live on-site and encourage their guests to feel at home in the living room, which has a fireplace, comfy sofas, TV and music. Breakfast includes a basket of French pastries and bread on the table, and a buffet with charcuterie, cheese and fresh fruit, plus quince jam made from home-grown fruit. There’s no restaurant, but you can arrange for nibbles and wine and there’s soon to be a tea room opening on Saturday afternoons.
Have a swim in the indoor pool or relax in the jacuzzi; stroll in the wooded park lined with lime, cherry, apple and quince trees. The closest restaurant, Victoria, serves lunch on weekdays, and there are restaurants in Corbie, the closest small city, as well as in nearby Amiens.