Dinnaken House | Somme Battlefields

Located in the tranquil and historic village of Flers surrounded by countryside forever associated with the first use of tanks in warfare. The self-catering home overlooks the famous memorial to the 41st Division who captured the village in September 1916.

Ideally situated for driving, walking or cycling holidays. The house is fitted out to an extremely comfortable standard and offers excellent accessibility to all major sites on the Somme Battlefields. The towns of Bapaume, Albert, and the A1 motorway are all within a few minutes drive.

A Perfectly Located HQ For Exploring The Somme Battlegrounds
Situated at the heart of the 1916 Somme battlefields, the house is well positioned for visits to the Arras, Cambrai and Villers Bretonneux World War One areas. The Picardy area of France offers activities including, fishing, golf and sight-seeing within the Somme valley. Visits to Amiens, St Quentin, Lille and Ypres are well within reach by car.

 

 

Dinnaken House - An Overview

The property is set out to provide centrally heated and double glazed 1, 2, 3, or 4 bedroom accommodation to suit your individual requirements. The living space is predominantly laid out at first floor level with the front rooms offering superb views over the 41st Division memorial, a picture of which adorns the cover of Rose Coombs legendary guide to the battlefields ~ "Before Endeavours Fade"

All rooms are supplied with pillows, duvets and associated linen. Guests are to supply their own towels for kitchen and bathroom use. Gardens front and rear with a large patio area which is accessible from both the ground and first floors. Patio set and barbecue available. Off street parking for one vehicle with plenty of additional street parking outside.

 

"A good location to see all aspects of the Somme. Plenty facilities in house to make it homely... Don't put it on cheznous or gites.com otherwise we wont get a chance to return!"
S & Y T and M & J A, West Yorkshire.

  ".. Very comfortable billet and good local walks. An excellent location for studies of "The Somme"
E, H, A and H J, Suffolk.
   

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