La Vieille Ferme


Our rustic and luxurious farmhouse with modern comfort is only 360 km from Utrecht. The house and garden are designed for children. In the large garden there is a separate area with various play equipment (tree house and play hut, cable car, climbing frames, swings, seesaw, slide, trampoline (s), sandpit, basketball set, table tennis table, etc.). The tree house has an approximately 40-meter-long cable car to glide through the forest. The house is located in a quiet area of the 7 Valleys. The coast with picturesque fishing villages and fashionable seaside resorts is only 30 km away. Excellent walking and golf area.

The photo (s) show outbuildings and stables on and around the house. These belong to 'la vieille ferme' and are therefore largely at your disposal.

The house dates, according to the former resident Marie-Thérèse Bastien, from 1886. In all probability the original part is even older, probably from 1730. The elongated construction and the way of building are, like other houses from that time, characteristic of the area . The facade is made of stone with plasterwork. The back is timber frame finished with clay.

The name 'la vieille ferme' means 'the old farm'. We gave it this so obvious name ourselves.

The house has been restored and renovated with as much preservation as possible of original elements and as much as possible in French style, but also with attention to modern wishes and requirements.

The host, Norbert

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After not even such a long search, my wife and I 'fell' at the end of 2000 for the house that we later called 'la vieille ferme'. That name, which simply means 'the old farm', was chosen for a reason. It is an old farmhouse, probably from 1886, at least that is what the previous occupant told us. In the years that we now rent it out, we have actually only had positive experiences. Nice, friendly tenants who appreciated the house, garden and surroundings!

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We often make fun but sometimes bad things with us when we are in France. All those troubles and occupations we hold since November 2007 on the following blog.
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The photo shows the house with outbuildings and stables. These belong to 'la vieille ferme "and are therefore at your disposal. The house was built, according to the former resident Marie-Therese, in 1886. The elongated construction and building methods, like other houses of that time characterize the area. The facade is built of brick with stucco. The back is finished wood frame with clay. The name 'la vieille ferme' means' the old farm. Such a way obvious name to itself, we have given. The house is restored and rebuilt with maximum retention of original features and as much as possible in the French style, but also with attention to modern needs and requirements.
Mouriez is one of the many small villages in the region Nord-Pas-de-Calais.

Some facts:
Department: Pas-de-Calais, arrondissement: Montreuil and Canton: Hesdin.
The population has declined since 1960 from over 400 to just 241 now. The surface is 15.9 km2. This brings the population at 15.2 inhabitants per km2.
Pas-de-Calais, together with the Nord is the northernmost part of France. It is located west of the line Lille - Paris and near towns like Arras, Abbeville and Boulogne sur Mer. This region can be found on the line Arras - Le Touquet. In the north, the border runs at about Fruges Hucqueliers and in the south is the mouth of the Somme and Doullens the border. "Les Sept Vallées" is best described as "unknown, unloved '. As the name suggests there is indeed of seven valleys, which are named streams in the area to find: Ternoise, Canche, Authie, Créquoise, Planquette, Course and Embrienne. Around the region are still other valleys, such as the Aa and Lys. The landscape is much hillier than you would expect this far north. The area was originally a small agricultural area with mixed farms. The landscape thus characterized by alternation of agriculture, livestock and forests. As regards the construction is that there is hardly any dwellings only fully prevented. All houses are grouped in small villages and hamlets. In ancient times people left the villages during the day to work on the estates. Terms of facilities, the area is particularly driven by market towns such as Montreuil sur Ternoise St. Pol, Hesdin, Beaurainville, Fruges, Hucqueliers, Frévent, Auxi-le-Chateau, Doullens, and Rue Crecy-en-Ponthieu. Montreuil is an old fortress in the Middle Ages was located in the sea, but now by draining some 15 kilometers inland from Le Touquet is located. Crecy-en-Ponthieu is particularly known for the great battle between the French and the English, now over 650 years ago. The old market town of Hesdin is a nice town, traversed by the Canche.
Through the ancient town of Hesdin (7 km), that besides intimate cozy spots all facilities, flows La Canche, one of the rivers that the area 'Les Sept Vallées "so special.

Once a week on Thursday morning brimming Hesdin of excessive sociability. Then there is market .... nice to have to go.
As many as 10 resorts in Nord-Pas de Calais bear the child-friendly title 'Stations Kid'.

Resorts such as Calais, Hardelot, Wimereux, Wissant, and Gravelines-Dunkerque Dunes de Flandre organize all special activities for kids, such as swimming lessons, summer camps, games, craft hours, kites, sports and trips.

In short: in the resorts is plenty to do. Looking for a fun activity with the children not far from the coast, here are some tips.

Parc Bagatelle.
This large family park south of Le Touquet is the perfect place for a day of fun. There are more than 44 family attractions for you to live, including rides, shows, zoo and restaurants.
Parc Bagatelle

Meet the water adventure Aqualud. A pirate park, wave pool, a whirlpool or an inflatable dive into the Black Hole ... You feel here like a fish in water.
Water Adventure Aqualud

The California sea lions in their natural habitat are the absolute top of the national zeecentrum. And then there's the tropical lagoon, fish in all colors of the rainbow, you may caressing rays, sharks do not caress you ... A must for small and large.

A large leisure center with pool, sauna, jacuzzi, bowling alley, restaurant. Ability to beach sailing, kite and horse riding lessons.
The village where our house is located in the "seven valleys" (Les Sept Vallées) in the Pas-de-Calais. Our house is located on the slope of the Authie Valley. In the vicinity are several forests where lovely walks. In the house are several directions. You can also closer to home. For example, Ga evening at dusk try to catch a glimpse of the deer that often on the edge of the wood show.
A day trip (50-60 km) to Ault on the coast. You will find impressive chalk cliffs, which are well worth it. Through the town, where atmosphere and friendliness is paramount, you can choose between the cozy old houses climb the stairs up to the cliffs to genuinely breathtaking views to enjoy.
The castle and fort Rambures is considered a jewel of military architecture from the late Middle Ages, based on an original design at one time was increased. Beautiful Picardy furniture from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. In the year 1058 the name Rambures for the first time, the most prominent representatives David, the Lord Rambures from Henry V by Shakespeare, Grand Master of the Crossbowmen, and Charles, better known as "The Brave Rambures" which Henri IV saved the lives . The park (the Arboretum) is a romantic castle park as a green oasis surrounded with ancient European, American and Asian trees. There is an enclosed walkway that leads you through the arboretum. It is not quite around the corner ".... the distance is about 70 kilometers, but it is very worthwhile.

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Chateau-fort Rambures
On the coast you will find a wide variety of resorts. Le Touquet, also known as Paris-plage is called, is the best known. This is a very exclusive resort with a grand boulevard, diverse nightlife, several golf courses and a beautiful residential area in the woods: to Le Touquet grown together is the fishing village of Etaples. Around the mouth of the Somme are picturesque fishing villages like St Valery sur Somme and Le Crotoy. The sandy beaches with dunes are comparable with the Netherlands. On the coast there are several tourist and recreational facilities including five very fine golf courses. The area has quite a lot of tourist attractions, but is also a very attractive option for people who love peace and keep the typical French atmosphere. In addition, the northern French known for their friendly, open and welcoming character.
17 Belfries (steeples) in Nord-Pas de Calais are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Watchtowers that once were, but now the proud symbols of power, strength and independence of the townspeople. Go see them in Aire sur la Lys, Armentieres, Arras, Bailleul, Bergues, Bethune, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Calais, Cambrai, Comines, Douai, Dunkerque (church and city hall), Gravelines, Hesdin, Lille and Loos.

Fortified cities.
The North of France, a prosperous and easily accessible area, has long been a plaything between Spain and France, but was finally French territory under Louis XIV, thanks to the genius of Vauban and his famous Pre Carre .

On an imaginary line between the sea and the Ardennes, numerous fortified towns founded by the invading enemy at a distance to stop.

The fortifications of Vauban did service until 1870, after their military function faded and only the rich architecture with curtain walls and fortresses, walled and star-shaped canals remained.

Nord-Pas de Calais is proud of its 13 fortified cities even today their walls have retained: Calais, Gravelines, Bergues, Saint-Omer, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Montreuil-sur-Mer, Arras, Lille, Condé-sur -Escaut, Cambrai, Le Quesnoy, Maubeuge and Avesnes-sur-Helpe.

The bell towers.
Nord-Pas de Calais has 40 of these symbolic towers, the largest number in Europe. The oldest tower in Boulogne-sur-Mer, the highest in Lille and the latest in Grande-Synthe. Since July 2005 there are 17 on the World Heritage List of UNESCO because a bell is simply not just a tower. He was created in the 12th century with the Chartes communales, the city charters. He rivaled the seigniorial castle tower and bell. He symbolized autonomy and power. The bell tower was 11 centuries ago the heart of the city and that he still does. He has become the epitome of a still present ancestral culture.

Information request.
The Comité Régional du Tourisme Nord-Pas de Calais in English and French provides detailed maps on the 17 belfries and the fortified towns.

Ask the flyers by email:
[email protected]
Within 20 minutes of "la vieille ferme 'are the Valloires gardens (les Jardins de Valloires). These gardens cover about 8 acres. You will find there a collection of nearly 5000 species and subspecies of trees, bushes, shrubs, plants, herbs and vegetables of the northern hemisphere but also from Asia.

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Les Jardins de Valloires
A secret base in the heart of the history of World War II. La Coupole, a huge underground city was built in 1944 by the German army to launch the V2 rockets destined for London and is an exceptional place where the fate of Europe could play.

These massive launch one of the most impressive remains of the Second World War and symbolizes the Nazi madness and indulgence. This surprising and impressive museum and Center for History of the war and rockets, where one can remember and learn ... is a must for those interested in World War II.

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La Coupole
La Coupole (source: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia)
The museum opened in 2001 in Agincourt, which is just 19 km away, you're in the Middle Ages. You get a very good idea of ??how in the year 1514, 6000 and 2000 English archers soldiers won a battle of supremacy of French estimated that between 40,000 and 60,000 men.

For the museum website (in French and English) click on:
Agincourt Museum
The First World War in 1916 fought in earnest. Battle of the Somme lasted from July 1 to November 19, 1916 on a front line of about 40 km. The British began the attack to reduce the pressure on Verdun. During this battle tanks were first used but have not affected the fight. A total loss of 620,000 Allied soldiers and 520,000 German soldiers life. There was also fought at other times of the Somme, so the sum on the Allied side is approximately 1.4 million deaths.

The most typical tactic during the Battle of Somme were the mines. They dug underground passages below the feet of the enemy and blew everything up. One such explosion could blow up to 27 tons of explosives do. The earth flew up to 120 meters into the air and there were craters of 100 meters wide and 30 feet deep. The shock wave broke the legs of soldiers who were up to 500 meters away from the crater. This also explains why so many soldiers were never found and are reported as missing on the countless monuments.

At this terrible battle are still many memories to find. The road between Bapaume and Albert (D929) is 20 km long and takes you to the main sites. It follows one monument after another. If you still have some time then go for the museum also to Peronne Historial de la Grande Guerre.

What you should see:
- Pozières: monument
- Thiepval: Memorial
- Beaumont-Hamel: Newfoundland Memorial
- Albert: basilica
- Peronne: Historial de la Grande Guerre
On the coast, some 30 kilometers of 'la vieille ferme' situated on the south side of the mouth of the river 'The Somme' the picturesque fishing town of St Valery-sur-Somme. This place has an ancient core with narrow streets where in spring the foxglove (digitalis) and other colorful flowers abundantly. Through these streets, where you centuries back in time to imagine, you come back to the boulevard where you are in one of the many restaurants delicious fresh mussels or other aquatic animals can enjoy.
Definitely a must.
At about 30 kilometers Fort Mahon Plage. This luxury resort with a very large beach is located in a protected dunes. You will find many restaurants, boutiques and a casino. If you are nature lover, then you definitely here to attract you. In the 'Baie de Somme' lives more than 400 bird species. Also there are beautiful hiking areas in the vicinity.
Naours is a small village 54 km from Mouriez. Many tourists come here for the unique attraction of the underground city (Cite Souterraine). The underground caves are over 1500 years in use as a shelter. Each maze was expanded.

The purpose of these caves was the enemy into thinking that the village was deserted. Even the livestock could stay here for weeks underground. Chimneys and vent holes were perfectly camouflaged. Along about 2 km course in three floors and 28 galleries, there are about 300 rooms, because each family had its own room. A meeting room, storage room, chapel, prison, a bakery and a butcher were also present. In total, nearly 3000 people are accommodated.

Early 18th century it was used for the last time. The Germans and British during the Second World War the caves used as shelter and still have a few adjustments were made. In that state is now visiting the complex.

All information about this attraction can be found on the website:
Caves Naours
Amiens was an early and prosperous city with a plant from which the pastel blue dye reached. This plant could only grow here thanks to the special wet chalk. As a result, the city already in the 13th century about 20,000 inhabitants. In the 16th century the textile industry flourished and brought great wealth.

Amiens is the largest cathedral in northern France. There are approximately 12,000 people in it. The intention was that local people could go there. Construction began in the 13th century and ended only in the 15th century. The clergy had succeeded in an important relic of St. John the Baptist in the church to preserve, namely his skull. The many pilgrims spent a lot of money in the till and made way for the successful finishing of the prestigious building.

The main attraction is the cathedral choir with 110 stalls from the 16th century. Around this choir will find out life statue of St. John the Baptist in 2x4 wooden scenes from the 16th century and on the other side of the choir the life of St. Firmin, who was the first bishop of Amiens book. The bronze tomb sculptures deserve attention because they are often destroyed during the French Revolution. If by miracle, this cathedral is spared by the revolutionaries. During the First and Second World War was no significant damage done. As in any cathedral in this region you can also find here a labyrinth in the middle of the church.

Who will take the train to Amiens, a very old apartment building to find the station. Tour Perret Perret was built by the architect in 1948, has 26 floors and is 104 meters high. It was during this period the highest tower in Europe.

In Amiens you will also find the Hortillonnages. This is an exceptional landscape of about 300 hectares. It is a former swamp that was created by the peat stabbing. The area was drained by digging canals and was constructed for the cultivation of woad plants that produced the pastel blue dye. The islands thus formed are very fertile due to the heavy silt from the canals of this was paid. It grows here now mainly cauliflower but beet with extraordinary income. You can sail these channels, you can find tourist boats on the outskirts of the city.

Amiens is not next door. Distance to Mouriez is just over 80 km.
Near Amiens, the Somme, lies the archaeological park Samara. It is especially intended for educational nearly everything except a replica of a Celtic oppidum (elevated place or gain). The latter was excavated here and was the impetus for an attraction to set up. It goes back to about 450,000 years BC and confronts a rather attractive way with antiquity. It is certainly not a boring affair of dead stones and shards.

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Parc Samara
In St. Riquier (27 km from Mouriez) is the eponymous abbey church. In the 15th century this church was built in Gothic flame. The portal will overwhelm you. The corresponding abbey possessed because a lot of money and could afford an expensive building. It was certainly very much exaggerated compared to the population of St. Riquier.
The church of St. Vulfran Abbeville because of lack of money is never finished. It dates from the 15th century and it has the air of a cathedral. The Germans during World War II bomb here a carpet thrown causing the entire city was destroyed and thus the church. The result that you see now is not true restoration.

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Abbeville at only 32 km offers more sights than to note here.
Just 18 km from Mouriez lies the picturesque and charming little village Fressin. It has only 600 inhabitants.
Worth a visit is the castle in the 15th century built in the time of the Créquy Jean VI (1415-1473). It measures 77 x 56m and is flanked by 8 cylindrical towers, the strongest at the corners.

Central to Fressin is also an interesting church, Eglise Saint Martin.
Their construction is also in the 15th century, started in 1425. If you're there it's worth just look inside.

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Nord-Pas de Calais area is interesting as golf.

In the bocage, in the middle of the city on the coast, in the woods, in the open field ... the diversity of the landscape here is an extension of the trail! Quiet fairways, technical course, Scottish links and formidable greens ... both beginners and experienced players have their hands full of it ...

The golf courses in the region are beautiful and are often situated on the coast. It is certainly not too heavy. The landscape is hilly, so there are not too large height, especially in the Nord department.

The nearest golf course is 'Le Belvédère' in Nampont St-Martin with 18 holes and is just 18 miles from the house.

On 30 and 34 km away respectively "Golf d'Abbeville in Grand-Laviers and Golf de Belle Dune ' in Fort-Mahon-Plage, both 18 holes.

Just 40 km, on the coast near / in the popular resort of Le Touquet found 'Golf du Touquet " with 18 holes at sea, 18 holes and 9 holes in the woods on the estate.

At 54 km is 'AA-Saint-Omer Golf Club Lumbres, 18 and 9 holes .

Slightly further, at 59 km, is "Golf d'Hardelot ' in Hardelot with 2 x 18 holes.

At 62 km "Golf d'Arras' in Anzin-Saint-Aubin at Arras, 18 holes.

At 74 km 'Golf de Wimereux' in Wimereux, 18 holes.

The most northerly golf course 'Golf de Dunkerque Grand Littoral' with a beautiful 27-hole course offers an impressive patchwork large tees, wide fairways gently undulating and numerous water hazards. The military architecture from the time of Louis XIV is beautifully integrated into the trail. This original and unique trail must try!

For more information and details on other courses, email the Tourist Office of Dunkerque, Onno Ottevanger (Dutch): onno.ottevanger @ ot < / A> or visit the website: les Dunes de Flandre
Nord-Pas de Calais counts to 33 state-subsidized museums. The museums are varied, so everyone will find something interesting. Below is a selection from the selection that region.

An example is the Palais des Beaux Arts de Lille , the second museum of Fine Arts of France after the Louvre. The following categories are there to see: relief plans, French sculpture, medieval and Renaissance ...

Musée de Roubaix.
In addition, the Musée de Roubaix is ??a must. This museum, housed in a beautiful building in Art Deco style, the former municipal swimming pool, is in itself an artwork. The Fine Arts collection is exclusively dedicated to the 19th and 20th century and was drawn chronologically and thematically.
Musée de Roubaix

The L.A.A.C. (Lieu d'Art et d'Action Contemporaine) in 2005 in a new look. The architecture of the museum is very worthwhile. Here you will find art of Andy Warhol, Pierre Soulages, Niki de Saint Phalle, César and Karel Appel.

Do not miss: the Mining History Centre Lewarde.
The largest mining museum in Europe is located in an old shaft and covers more than 8 hectares. The visitors are guided by former miners and get acquainted with the technique of the mining of coal and the daily lives of the miners. From the "Hall of hanged" to the lampisterie, the pub and the barn, the train that my 450-meter run mine ... 3 centuries of industrial and social life in the mining industry in this museum come back to life.
Lewarde Mining History Center

The First and Second World War.
In Nord-Pas de Calais is plenty to visit commemorating the First and Second World War, cemeteries, memorials. For example, the Canadian Vimy War Memorial in honor of the soldiers during the First World War on the top of the hill their lives.

La Coupole.
In the museum La Coupole near St Omer, you can visit a dome-shaped bunker where Hitler carried out experiments with rockets.
La Coupole
The famous saying "you are what you eat" certainly applies to Nord-Pas de Calais. The region has a delightful and honest regional cuisine, seasoned with Flemish, British and Picardy influences.

Endive and shallot, Ratte du Touquet, fresh or smoked garlic, apples from the Avesnois region are just some of the many delicacies that thrive in this northern climate.

From Nord-Pas de Calais, more than 60 different cheeses, such as the strong vieux Lille, Maroilles and boulette d'Avesnes. Also, this region has the most traditional breweries in France. 15 brasseurs brewing dark and light beers, each with their own character.

It also abounds in the "estaminets", places where people agree on where you drink beer in an authentic setting Flemish regional specialties.

One of those great traditional dishes is "water stuff". For foodies who want to try here's the recipe.

Recipe Waterzooi of fish (for 6 persons).

1 small and 1 large tongue in turbot fillets
400 g sliced ??monkfish
1.2 liters mussels
1 coarsely chopped onion
2 carrots
2 stalks leeks
½ stalk celery
500 ml dry white wine
75 g butter
2 dl cream
chervil, salt and pepper

- Allow 25 g butter in a casserole, add the onion and let simmer a few minutes.

- Add the mussels and a few leaves of celery; ling with the white wine, put the lid on and cook on high heat the mussels open, add the mussels, they dispose of their shell and filter the broth.

- Allow 50 g butter melts, add the chopped carrots, leeks and celery stalks; ling with a ladle broth of the mussels, put the lid on the pan and cook for 10 minutes over medium heat simmer.

- Pour the fish (cut into large pieces and boneless) on the vegetables, add salt and pepper; ling with the rest of the broth from the mussels and cream, put the lid on the pan and place it for 15 minutes in preheated oven at 180 º C.


Living room 1
Ground floor
30 m2


Couch 2 seats (1)

Armchair (4)

Living room 2
Ground floor
30 m2


Dining corner / Dining Table

Dining Chairs (8)

Bedroom 1
Ground floor

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm


Bedroom 2
Ground floor

Bed: Double bed 200 x 160 cm



Bedroom 3
Ground floor

Bed: Double bed 200 x 160 cm



Bathroom 1
Ground floor
16 m2




Bathroom 2
Ground floor
6 m2



Washbasin (1)

Ground floor

Type: Separate room

Stove: Gas (5 Cooking zones/burners)


Swimming pool

Type: Open air swimming pool / Above ground pool

Heated swimming pool: Heated swimming pool

Privacy: Private swimming pool


Accommodation type

  • Farmhouse

Total floor space

  • 160 m2


  • Playpen
  • Child's toys
  • Child's chair (2)
  • Child's bath
  • Dresser
  • Camping bed

Sports & Recreation

  • Cycling
  • Golf
  • Playground
  • Walking
  • Watersports

Travel Ideas

  • Child friendly
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Maximum privacy
  • Peace & quiet
  • Sun,Sea & Beach


  • Sauna


  • Central heating
  • Stove
  • Boiler
  • Fireplace

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Satellite receiver
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hifi / Stereo set
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Dvd player
  • Wifi
  • Measurements of TV in cm:
  • Dutch TV channels
  • Internet connection

Outdoor Facilities

  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Deckchair
  • Sun umbrellas
  • Parking place
  • Private driveway
  • Play set(s) (8)
  • Table Tennis
  • Terrace (3)
  • Patio heater
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s)
  • Garden table(s0)
  • Porch
  • Shed
  • Garden fully fenced


  • Dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Hall
  • Security installation
  • Storeroom
  • Scullery / laundry room
  • Safe
  • Wine cellar
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Pets on request


  • Bed linen available
  • Kitchen linen available


  • Evenfloor

Games & entertainment

  • (Board) games
  • Dartboard
  • (Comic)books
  • DVDs / Blu-rays
  • Table Tennis Table
  • Trampoline


  • Detached house

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