Enter a 1750 arched orangery (the tower) filled with a very long table, an open fire and 101 curiosities. Alongside teddies are chain-mail bodices, longbows, crossbows and similar armoured reminders of nearby Agincourt (Azincourt). It is a treat to be received in this most colourful and eccentric of parlours for hearty continental breakfasts (the seed cake is delicious!), hosted by motherly Marie-José and knightly Patrick who’ve lived here for years. Small bedrooms in the outbuilding are farmhouse simple with heavy-draped medieval touches, a lush garden melts into a conifer copse and your hosts are utterly charming.