A barn and a barn restored in the tradition of the Picardy farms on a plot of 1700 m² in a village with a castle of the nineteenth which currently resides the charming Count Raymond Nicolai opens the doors to visit.
The space is organized around a large common room all height embellished with a stove. The three bedrooms are mezzanine. On the ground floor are the bathroom with separate toilet and back kitchen. The house opens on the barn itself open on the outside constituting an intermediate space for meals, barbecue, games ... when it rains or it is too hot.
The village is 5 km from exit 24 on the A 16.
Traders pass in Regnière: the butcher on Saturday, the grocer on Wednesday and the baker every day except Wednesday.
7 km away is Rue offering all necessary services and shops including the Saturday morning market as well as the Caudron Brothers museum, the Saint Esprit chapel and the Belfry ...
At 20 KM are the beaches of Fort Mahon and Quend with their many activities: sailing, sand yachting, kitesurfing, kite flying and of course swimming with ponds for the little ones. In addition to Quend an aquaclub works almost all year round; as well as a golf course.
Closer there is Le Crotoy with its harbor where fishermen sell fish caught at night, its beach facing south and its market on Friday morning.
In Valloires - besides the abbey and its park - and in Montreuil sur Mer gastronomic restaurants are worth a visit.
Many farms report the sale of fresh produce and the picking of strawberries and apples.
Between Regnière and Le Crotoy is the Marquenterre park, ornithological reserve which also offers rides.
Many equestrian centers offer horse riding lessons and outings including the beach of Fort Mahon.
7 km to Crécy - famous for its battle - the cinema Le Cyrano presents the latest releases with Eskimos and popcorn.
And many other sources of interest that you will not fail to discover for yourself.