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Au Coeur d’Hesdin 2018-04-30T22:41:06+00:00

Au Coeur D’Hesdin,

La Fabuleuse Maison De L’abbé Prévost

Have a stay in this historic building! Dating back till the 17th century. Centrally located in the historic heart of Hesdin.
Filled with history, as one of France most famous writers was born here.
An awesome terrace with probably the best view over the city and the river, by far.
Enjoy in a discreet corner of the house, or relax in the warmth of the historic saloon.
Good restaurants, bars, withing walking distance a weekly market of fresh food closeby, bakery, butchery, pharmacy. All closeby

Set around its own private courtyard, The house offers a retreat from the outside world, within the thriving town of Hesdin.

To stay here, in the home of l’Abbe Prevost and his family, offers a unique chance to step into his colourful and idiosyncratic world.

In his library, surrounded and sometimes interrupted by his large family, l’Abbe Prevost grew up and imagined much of his finest work. Working at prodigious speed writing his Manon L’escaut.

The family reserved some of the finest flourishes for their own home: some remain, others we have reinstated. The house has a private teracce overlooking the river and the church. Today, the house has regained the glowing vitality it enjoyed in the lifetime of its brilliant and mercurial former owner.

To share the same merriment in the dining-room and to sit, as he did, in the library, surrounded by panneled oak walls. You will find in Hesdin museum, historic buildings, shops and walks to be made. Closeby to the sea, montreuil etc… and all in the heart of the seven vallees

C’est dans ce charmant hôtel particulier du centre historique d’Hesdin idéalement situé que nous vous accueillerons et vous ferons découvrir le charme de ces authentiques demeures du XVIIème siècle.

Disponible pour des groupes jusqu’a 15 personnes.

Vous serez séduits par le salon de l’abbé Prévost aux boiseries d’époque. Située sous les toits, la suite “Manon Lescaut” à l’ambiance d’epoque est idéale pour vos séjours en famille ou entre amis.

Toutes les chambres donnent sur la cour, et l’eglise.

Vous apprécierez le calme de ces salons, sa terrasse qui donne sur la riviere.

La maison est idéalement située au cœur du centre historique et vous accéderez à pied à l’eglise, la grand place.

Accommodation at La Maison De l’abbé

Have a stay in this historic building! Dating back till the 17th century. Centrally located in the historic heart of Hesdin.
Filled with history, as one of France most famous writers was born here.
An awesome terrace with probably the best view over the city and the river, by far.
Enjoy in a discreet corner of the house, or relax in the warmth of the historic saloon.
Good restaurants, bars, withing walking distance a weekly market of fresh food closeby, bakery, butchery, pharmacy. All closeby

Set around its own private courtyard, The house offers a retreat from the outside world, within the thriving town of Hesdin.

To stay here, in the home of l’Abbe Prevost and his family, offers a unique chance to step into his colourful and idiosyncratic world.

In his library, surrounded and sometimes interrupted by his large family, l’Abbe Prevost grew up and imagined much of his finest work. Working at prodigious speed writing his Manon L’escaut.

The family reserved some of the finest flourishes for their own home: some remain, others we have reinstated. The house has a private teracce overlooking the river and the church. Today, the house has regained the glowing vitality it enjoyed in the lifetime of its brilliant and mercurial former owner.

To share the same merriment in the dining-room and to sit, as he did, in the library, surrounded by panneled oak walls. You will find in Hesdin museum, historic buildings, shops and walks to be made. Closeby to the sea, montreuil etc… and all in the heart of the seven vallees

The Local Area

It’s a landscape full of contrasts, mixing the bright green of its meadows with the blue-grey of the waves : a region which lives from the sea and plays with the wind.>

The Côte d’Opale is traditionally both influenced by the sea and rooted in the land, an alliance that, although often violently broken throughout history, has always been repaired, to form a fragile balance between the waves of the Channel and the furrows of the fields.

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