La Cour de Rémi

Bermicourt, Pas-de-Calais
Hotel
+33 (0)3 21 03 33 33


You’re wrapped in parkland here and close to the coast, gardens and war memorials. A treat of a stop-over for foodies

Bedroom

10 rooms

Sleeps

Rooms sleep 2

Children welcome
Babies welcome

The Experience

Owner Sébastien cooks superb modern French dishes from scratch and the restaurant buzzes throughout the year – non-residents are welcome too. If you don’t fancy getting out of bed in the morning, warm brioche and other good things can be delivered to your door. Walk or cycle (there are bikes to borrow) through 37 acres of green parkland, or get in the car for abbeys, châteaux, gardens, WWI sites. The coast is a 40-minute drive for blustery walks, wild swimming and seal spotting.Return to cool bedrooms and opulent bathrooms: one suite has a jacuzzi, another has two baths side by side. Aim to stay in the treehouse – wrapped round a sycamore, with a big decked balcony under the leaves – it’s the business!

La Cour de Rémi - Gallery

We think you'll love

  • Staying in the super cool treehouse
  • Waking up to the smell of freshly-baked brioche
  • Walking in the parkland and surrounding countryside
La Cour de Rémi - Gallery

You should know

  • You’ll need a car to get around
  • Breakfast isn’t included

Essentials

  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Spa
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Bar
  • Barbecue
  • Licensed premises
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Cot available

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Information
& pricing

Booking information

Closed
Christmas.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Owner has pets
Animals living on the property
Meals
Breakfast €12.50. Dinner €30. Wine €15-€100.

Pricing

Nightly price
from €90
6 Doubles
From €90
3 Suites for 2
From €140
1 Treehouse for 2
From €160

Accommodation

Reviews

Very relaxing weekend with an excellent dinner on Saturday evening and an excellent cold tray on Sunday evening. Friendly, efficient and very peaceful.

Paul, Hook

Another great stay, spacious room, good food. Made very welcome

Robin, Guildford

We have stayed here many times, it is so well worth the detour from the motorway to do so. Simple, unfussy place, welcoming and charming owners. Excellent food with a strong emphasis on seasonal and locally sourced ingredients (including lots of home made delights - jams, pâté, cornichons etc), dinner is first rate and incredibly good value. Service is friendly and informed and the whole atmosphere is relaxed and very pleasant. Rooms are generous, simple but with kettle and minibar, in converted courtyard buildings. The setting is peaceful and rural, silence prevails. A wonderful place.

Caroline, London

Wonderfull place to stay & wake up in the middle of the countryside, the dinner last night was outstanding including the well sourced wine from Buzet! Whenever we spend a night here we always look foward to breakfast. Worth the drive!

Gilles, Gloucester

Perfect overnight stay. Comfortable, spacious room and superb dinner. Breakfast extra but really good. We shall be back. Highly recommended

Rob, Gloucester

This was our second time here. We love it. It is extremely comfortable with beautiful rooms. The garden and surrounding grounds are gorgeous and a great place to wander in after a long journey, also, the food is fabulous. I am sure we will be back but for longer next time. It is also really convenient for travel to and from Calais. Thank you Sébastien!

Sophie, Stockbridge

Fabulous hotel, service and food (especially the food!). Ask for a room on 1st floor as creaky floorboards may keep you awake

Michelle, Newcastle upon tyne

Perfect stop off place before Calais-Dover ferry trip but would equally be a good place to spend a few days, as its a little known part of the Pas de Calais. The Maison de Flore had 2 well-equipped and comfortable downstairs rooms with individual outside space overlooking the garden. The evening meal and breakfast were faultless and delicious, and don't miss a walk around the enviable kitchen garden. Merci beaucoup, Remi!

S m, Staffordshire

Wonderful place to stay: stunning, bespoke rooms, furnished to a high standard, an exceptional meal and a lovely breakfast; you could ask for nothing more. Sebastien and his team are doing a wonderful job!

Duncan, Berwick upon tweed

Such a relaxing place to stay. The rooms were beautifully different and well thought out, breakfast and evening meal were both superb and Dina was such an easy going host we felt totally relaxed. If ever we’re in that part of France again we would definitely stay there.

Steve, Swansea

Le Cour de Remi was absolutely delightful and we feel very privileged to have stayed there. The food and the ingredients (so much of it produced within the estate) is an absolute treat. The whole venue is beautiful. But perhaps the most special part of it is the atmosphere and the welcome we received from all the family. An absolutely lovely place to stay.

Ed and jude, London

Delightful stopover convenient for Calais

Malcolm, Ashtead

We have used La Cour De Remi twice before as a stop off on the way to Calais. However we were so impressed we returned for a four day break. A lovely small hotel in the large grounds of the chateau. Everything is superb from the quirky rooms, excellent staff to the great food. This time we stayed in one of the two rooms in the grounds with our own quiet garden to sit out in and relax after a day discovering the surrounding area. We had time to visit Arras, Montreuil and the small Chocolate Factory in the village of Beussent - not to be missed.

David and eve, Stratford upon avon

Not for the first time we stayed at the Cour de Remi. As always we received a warm welcome from Sebastien and his family. Although we were staying on a Monday , the evening menu was limited to a Table d'Hote starting with delicious pork terrine an eagerly anticipated pleasure. This was followed by a lovely lamb dish and a strawberry dessert accompanied by a fine rose wine from Sebastien's wine list. Every time we stay we look forward to the breakfast of fresh baked brioche , confiture , fresh juice from the orchard fruits , followed by ham and cheese all delicious . Andrew and Barbara

Andrew, Mexborough

We stayed four nights at this delightful hotel which is a food lovers dream stop over. Home made bread and brioche for breakfast (and home made jams ofcourse) superb food in the evening including a 'complimentary' terrine that turns up with pickles for you to eat as much as you like. The rooms are comfortable, white sheets and fluffy towels and the service excellent. After a huge Sunday lunch we didn't feel like much dinner and they made us a basket of bread with a generous slice of local cheese and brought it to our room. Perhaps the best stop overs in northern france that we've found.

Ann and daniel, London

A lovely couple of nights at La Cour de Remi, about our 5th visit over the years. it makes for such a relaxing place to stay before tackling the journey home via Calais. The 2 dinners were excellent as always, and the lovely gentle service by the staff. also breakfasts were very good, homemade yogurt, brioche & jams, just part of it. Sebastian as makes you feel so very welcome, and any request is never a problem. the weather was extremely hot whilst we there, so our exploration of the area was limited. looking forward to being able to return.

Susie, Instow

We love this place! Welcoming, relaxed and with exceptional food.

Nicky, London

This is our 4th visit to the hotel and it never disappoints. Rooms are large, quirky and very clean. The dinner is good and breakfast is superb! Staff are very efficient and always pleasant. The surrounding gardens are peaceful.

Sue, Darlington

We were at the end of a 3week tour round France and wanted to finish with a visit to some of the WW1 sites. This was not only well placed but at only just over an hour from Le Shuttle. In addition the accommodation (in room 1) and the food were wel above what we expected for the price.

Brian, Tidmarsh

Very warm welcome in a rustic and quiet scenery. Room was basic but spacious. The food is tasteful and so is the wine. Perfect place for a stop on your drive home!

Sophie, Utrecht

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Location

The neighbourhood

The nearest town, Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise, is a ten-minute drive - it has a Monday market, shops and restaurants. Arras (45-minutes) played a significant role in both world wars and has an important WW1 memorial and the Jardins de Sericourt are stunning. The coast is close too - Le Touquet (40-minutes) is an elegant seaside resort, popular with Parisians, with interesting architecture.

Local points of interest from Sébastien de la Borde

  • Headquarter of the British Tank corp during first world war
  • The Centenary of the Great War 2014. The front and infamous trenches which brought so much suffering to British & Commonwealth, French and German combatants are only approx 20 mins away.
  • Interested in Medieval history? The famous battle of Agincourt took place only 10 mins from here so feel free to visit the excellent visitors centre.
  • The antena of the Louvres is only 40 minutes away.....Visit Le Louvres Lens on a rainy day....
  • Arras and its famous square are very interesting to visit on an architectural point of view.... Specially on Saturday morning with the local market....

Introducing

Sébastien de la Borde

Sébastien returned to the family home, after an international career, to carve out a lifestyle business. After a stint working with Stephane Jego from L'ami Jean he opened the restaurant, created nine bedrooms and a treehouse and began welcoming guests. He’s passionate about seasonal, local food, the glorious surrounding countryside and bringing guests together in a convivial setting.