This refined brick hotel, covered by ivy and surrounded by lush gardens, is 10 kilometers from both the Basilique Notre-Dame du Saint-Cordon and the Le Musée des Beaux-Arts.Casual rooms have free Wi-Fi and TVs with satellite channels. Some rooms have separate sitting and dining areas; some have exposed beams and/or vivid walls.
In an ivy-covered 18th-century farmhouse, this charming hotel is 9 km from the town of Valenciennes and 10 km from the Flemish and French works on display at Le Musée des Beaux-Arts.Warm, country-chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and garden views. There is no air-conditioning, but room service is available.
Artres is a commune in the Nord department in northern France. A group of grave objects from a Frankish noble lady was found in Artres in the nineteenth century. Known as the Artres Treasure, it is now mostly in the British Museum.