Freeman Farm - B&B accommodation in the Somme battlefields

B&B accommodation in the Somme battlefields

A beautiful farmhouse in the village of Miraumont in the Somme region of France, the house was built in 1922 but has recently undergone a major refurbishment, adding modern comfort whilst retaining a number of the original quirky features. As an integral part of the Lost Generation 1914-18 experience, Freeman Farm shares the same core values of quality, flexibility and value. All of which aim to put you the customer first, leaving you to kick back, relax and enjoy your hard earned break. You can choose from double, single or twin bedded en suite accommodation, bed and breakfast, half or full board, enjoy your evening meal in the company of your hosts or dine and discuss the events of the day with your travelling partner in our guest's dining room. After dinner relax with a glass of local wine in the guest lounge and prepare your body and mind for the day ahead. Ample guest parking is available on site.

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Of course, the price.

Single, twin and double en suite rooms are available.

Bed & Breakfast starts from just £40 per person per night.

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The last post has been played at the Menin Gate in Ypres by buglers of the Ypres fire brigade at 20.00hrs each evening since 2nd July 1928. Despite the ceremony being banned by the occupying German force in WW2, The ceremony will have taken place 28,664 times by the 11th November 2011.

Menin Gate