List your property Owners
  • Start typing for suggestions...

Featured Properties

Contact Details:


Jedy Bergman et Damien Maillet
Rue du Quesny


1 reviews

Price per night:

price from €80


3 23 56 55 23


6 82 68 64 61


Description for B&B:

Welcome to our charming Bed and Breakfast in Picardy, nestled near the Champagne region. Jedy and Damien are delighted to extend a warm welcome to their authentic 18th century Manor-House, set amidst a beautiful wooded park spanning 5 hectares and offering stunning views of the Oise valley. Inside, you will find comfortable rooms with a sitting area, Wifi, and satellite TV. The bathrooms are equipped with showers, toilets, and balneo baths. Prices range from 80 to 100 euros per night, breakfast included.

Start your day with an international breakfast served in the winter garden during springtime, on the terrace in summer, and in the dining room near the kitchen in front of a cozy fireplace during autumn and winter.

In the evenings, Damien, an experienced chef from qualified restaurants, offers a different Menu des Gourmets featuring seasonal suggestions. The menu includes an appetizer, main course, cheese, dessert, 1/2 bottle of wine, and coffee or tea, all for the price of 42.50 euros per person. Indulge in our elaborate and delicious cuisine, served in the dining room or on the terrace as you enjoy the breathtaking sunset.

Domaine Le Parc is the perfect peaceful retreat for a one-night getaway or an extended stay.


Appréciations pour Domaine Le Parc, Danizy:

Very convenient bed and breakfast
Review by: Zimatis, Avr 30 2018 6:16PM
We received a great welcome from Jedy and Damien.
The room was large, clean and nice decorate. We enjoy also a lovely meal in the dinning room with great wine.
It's our first visit but we will come back soon.
Thank you

view more »

Write a review


To reach your destination, located between St.Quentin and Laon, you need to take exit n°12 on A 26. Once you exit, proceed towards the village of Danizy and take the second street on your right.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Notes: Large, quiet bedroom, warm decorate, comfortable large beds, airconditioning, sitting area and quiet. Private bathroom with shower, toilet and balneo bath. Wifi and TV with European channels.




  • Château de Coucy: Located in the town of Coucy-le-Château, this medieval fortress is known for its impressive ruins and massive keep. Visitors can explore the castle's towers, walls, and underground passages, and learn about its rich history through informative displays.
  • Laon Cathedral: Situated in the city of Laon, this stunning Gothic cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its intricate architecture, beautiful stained glass windows, and impressive size make it a must-visit attraction. Climb the 300 steps of the tower for breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Familistère de Guise: Found in the town of Guise, this unique social housing complex was built in the 19th century by an industrialist and philanthropist named Jean-Baptiste André Godin. The complex includes apartments, a school, a theater, and a swimming pool, providing insight into the utopian ideals of the time.
  • Saint-Quentin Basilica: Situated in Saint-Quentin, this grand basilica is known for its beautiful Neo-Gothic architecture and stunning stained glass windows. The basilica also houses the tomb of Saint Quentin, a Christian martyr, making it an important pilgrimage site.
  • Abbaye de Vaucelles: Located in Les Rues-des-Vignes, this former Cistercian monastery dates back to the 12th century. Visitors can explore the abbey's ruins, including the impressive church, cloister, and gardens, while enjoying the peaceful and serene atmosphere.
  • Musée Matisse - Le Cateau-Cambrésis: Situated in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, this art museum is dedicated to the works of renowned French painter Henri Matisse. The museum houses an extensive collection of Matisse's paintings, sculptures, and drawings, providing a comprehensive overview of his artistic career.
  • Château de Guise: Located in the town of Guise, this castle was once the residence of the powerful Dukes of Guise. Although partially destroyed, the castle still retains its impressive façade and offers guided tours that delve into its rich history and architectural features.
  • Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation: Found in Tergnier, this museum commemorates the resistance and deportation efforts during World War II. It showcases various artifacts, photographs, and personal testimonies, shedding light on the bravery and sacrifices made by locals during the war.
  • Parc des Félins: Situated in Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux, this wildlife park is home to over 30 species of felines from around the world. Visitors can observe magnificent creatures such as lions, tigers, and cheetahs in spacious enclosures, and learn about their conservation through educational exhibits. 10. Champagne Cellars in Reims: Reims is famous for its Champagne production, and several renowned Champagne houses offer cellar tours and tastings. Visitors can explore the underground cellars, learn about the Champagne-making process, and sample the renowned sparkling wine. These tourist attractions near Rue du Quesny, Danizy, France, offer a range of historical, cultural, artistic, and natural experiences for visitors to enjoy.