The Delcambre family home, originally one of the Abbaye de Vaucelles farms, rebuilt after WWI, is a friendly, unpretentious place to stay. Bedrooms are traditionally furnished, with tall windows and polished floorboards: Alize, in pretty toile de Jouy wallpaper, overlooks the garden; the Mozart two-roomed suite is on the road side (not busy at night). Shower rooms are simple too. Breakfast – fresh bread, homemade brioche – is at one long table under ornate plasterwork in the dining room and Carole loves to share the history of her home and region. It’s a pleasant walk to the Abbey, and there’s a restaurant over the way.