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Corinne Heduin
1 Rue du Bout de Magnier
Vaux en Amiènois


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Description for B&B:

Each room is furnished with a wardrobe, desk, chair, and armchair. Additionally, each room has its own private bathroom and toilet. Guests also have access to a fully equipped kitchen. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Other amenities include a table tennis table, barbecue area, and bicycles for guests to use. Additionally, a cot and high chair are available upon request.


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Travel Directions:
To reach our destination from Paris or Calais, follow these steps:
1. Take the A16 highway and exit at 20 for AMIENS-CENTRE, LONGUEAU, ESPACE INDUSTRIEL NORD.
2. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto D1001 and continue for 1.2 km.
3. Turn right and continue for 1 km.
4. Enter Vaux-en-Amiénois.
5. At the bottom of the hill, turn right.
6. At the "Stop" sign, turn right again and you will arrive at your destination.

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A Look Around:
Take some time to explore the surroundings and enjoy what this area has to offer.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Notes: home made breakfast
(3 pers.)
1 74 79 7 oui


Animals Allowed


  • Amiens Cathedral: Located in the nearby city of Amiens, the Amiens Cathedral is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in France. It is known for its intricate architecture, stunning stained glass windows, and the beautiful light show called "Chroma" that illuminates the exterior of the cathedral at night.
  • Jules Verne House: Situated in Amiens, the Jules Verne House is a museum dedicated to the renowned French writer, Jules Verne. Visitors can explore the house where Verne lived from 1882 until his death in 1905, and learn about his life, works, and the inspiration behind his famous adventure novels.
  • Hortillonnages d'Amiens: The Hortillonnages d'Amiens is a unique network of floating gardens and canals spread over 300 hectares just outside of Amiens. Visitors can explore this picturesque area by boat or on foot, discovering a serene landscape of small islands, colorful gardens, and charming cottages.
  • Château de Rambures: Located around 40 km from Vaux en Amiènois, the Château de Rambures is a medieval fortress surrounded by a moat and beautiful gardens. It offers guided tours that allow visitors to explore its well-preserved rooms, admire its impressive collection of antique furniture and tapestries, and enjoy panoramic views from its towers.
  • Samara Prehistoric Park: Situated approximately 50 km from Vaux en Amiènois, the Samara Prehistoric Park provides an immersive experience into prehistoric times. Visitors can walk through reconstructed villages, watch demonstrations of ancient crafts, and learn about the daily life of our ancestors through interactive exhibits and archaeological displays.
  • Naours Underground City: Located around 40 km from Vaux en Amiènois, the Naours Underground City is a fascinating network of underground tunnels and chambers. Originally used as a quarry, it later became a refuge during times of war. Visitors can take guided tours to explore this hidden city and learn about its history and various uses throughout the centuries.
  • Maison de Jules Verne: Also situated in Amiens, the Maison de Jules Verne is another museum dedicated to the life and works of Jules Verne. This museum is located in a beautiful 19th-century mansion and showcases a collection of Verne's personal belongings, manuscripts, and first editions of his novels, giving visitors further insight into the author's creative world. Please note that the distances mentioned are approximate and may vary depending on the chosen mode of transportation.