Bed and Breakfast in Nord-Pas-De-Calais France

Where To Go & What To See

Le Petit Manoir is the perfect place to switch off and leave the pressures of the modern world behind.

However there are a huge variety of places to visit to suite all tastes and ages within one hours drive. Take time to browse through the large collection of leaflets and brochures in the little sitting room.

Le Petit Manior is about forty minutes drive from the battle sites of the Somme, this will be an area of especial interest for many during 2014 and we look forward to welcoming you on your pilgrimage.
Berlencourt le Cauroy is a quiet farming village in the valley of the Canche one and a half hours drive from the ferry terminal at Calais or the shuttle terminal at Coquelles. The village isvery quiet with no shops or bars, in the summer the predominant noise is of birdsong.

However there is much to see within easy reach. If you wish to explore the beauty and history of northern France, here are just a few suggestions, all less than 1 hour away by car.
The Louvre at Lens, a world status gallery and museum.
city of Arras Nord-pas-de-CalaisArras,  A beautiful city, two lovely squares, high class shops and restaurants, and steeped in the history of two world wars.

Amien, after visiting the cathedral take a walk through Little Venice and eat at one of the canal side restaurants.

The coast offers everything for the visitor from the elegance of Le Touquet to the wild bird reserves at St Valerie in the bay of the Somme. Vast expanses of sand and a variety of eating places make a trip to the coast a great day out for all the family.

There are gardens, historical sites, Grande Randonee walks, marked cycle paths, a  tiny chocolate factory and a large underground city. As well as watching the buzzards while sipping a coffee or aperitif.