Located in the Montagne de Reims National Park, in the heart of the vineyards of the Champagne Tourist Route and 10 km from Reims. Patricia and Robert d'Harcourt welcome you to this family house built in 1773 which was inhabited by Edouard Werlé (a former mayor of Reims and a Veuve Clicquot's partner) and more recently by Robert d'Harcourt, a member of the French Academy (d. 1965).
The house is located in the centre of the village, the rooms overlook a one-hectare park and the vineyards and, further, Notre-Dame Cathedral of Reims.
Out of the 25 rooms of this house, 9 are devoted to reception and accommodation.
A dining room, a lounge, a library and a billiards are available as well as the garden where you can read or relax in peace. Breakfast included.
Pargny-lès-Reims is a village with shops, restaurant, school, medical centre, pharmacy, and nursing homes. For a pleasant stay, facilities such as tennis, pond, hiking trail and golf are on the spot or nearby.