Bed & Breakfast in the department Nord



Come and visit the North! In Bed and Breakfasts, of course! You can visit the moats and ramparts at Gravelines by pedalo, whereas the universe of long-distance sailing is revealed by visiting the famous Duchesse Anne with its three masts, the only large sailing ship that you can visit in France.  Find out more...

8 charming B&Bs in the department Nord

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Main cities of the department Nord

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| Lille  | Roubaix  | Dunkerque  | Tourcoing  | Villeneuve-d'Ascq  | Valenciennes  | Douai  | Wattrelos  | Marcq-en-Barœul  | Cambrai 

Bed & Breakfast dans le département Nord

Come and visit the North! In Bed and Breakfasts, of course! You can visit the moats and ramparts at Gravelines by pedalo, whereas the universe of long-distance sailing is revealed by visiting the famous Duchesse Anne with its three masts, the only large sailing ship that you can visit in France.

And from the dyke at Malo les Bains, join the holidaymakers enjoying the view of the art deco seaside villas. And you'll be welcomed with open arms to the authentic 'estaminets', traditional cafés where you can enjoy a good 'carbonade' and watch a game of 'marteau' or 'billard Nicolas', flemish games of yesteryear. In one of the many charming Bed and Breakfasts, discover the towns of the North: Avesnes-sur-Helpe, Cambrai, Douai, Dunkerque, Valenciennes or Lille, a city that caters for all tastes: streets and shops for wandering through, the Notre-Dame de la Treille Cathedral and the Vauban fortifications to visit, horse racing...something for everyone. Or take part in the traditional festivals such as the Bailleul and Dunkerque carnivals or the Lille 'braderie': Bed and Breakfasts in the North will complete your stay! Most of our Bed and Breakfast addresses are approved by the four official networks (Gîtes de France, Fleurs de Soleil, Clévacances, Accueil Paysan) or by the Tourist Board.