L ‘Hotel de Hercé – Mayenne, France

Here is something that may be of interest to The dear readers. Assuming that the The dear readers are not already aware! von Peter himself stumbled across this find and immediately the devious mind began churning scheming thoughts. Locally there are ongoing ruminations regarding a possible trip to Europe … and this is distinctly in Europe.

L ‘Hotel de Hercé in Mayenne, France is that “thing” of interest.

“So what?”  I hear The dear reader may scoff. “Another hotel in France. BORING!”

But consider this …

“Stay in one of our beautifully decorated 18thc panelled guest rooms.

Tour – Book guided day tours, or inclusive holidays & experience the beauty, history food & wine of Pays de Loire.

Relax – The two large 18thc salons, & garden are open to guests to relax read, play games, or socialize over a glass of wine.

Wargames – Guests can book tour plus wargame or, wargames holiday. Guided by your host Matt: for novice’s to experienced players.”

Please read that last sentence again. A wargames holiday! Please check …

And there’s more with historic tours of the area, shopping tours etc.​ It is not impossible that a wife might very plausibly find some of the non wargaming offerings in a picturesque spot in France to be of interest. Hmmm.

There is also a L ‘Hotel de Hercé facebook page for further information.

The hotel has a tag line “Stay – Tour – Relax – Wargame”. So the awkward question remains … why was von Peter himself not told?! And when might Fraulien von Peter herself be told?! Brew-ha-ha.

All photos “borrowed” from the good people of L ‘Hotel de Hercé. It is hoped hoped they don’t mind! The “Napoleonic Era” picture above snagged from a video,

Enough.

Until we meet again …

Salute
von Peter himself

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4 thoughts on “L ‘Hotel de Hercé – Mayenne, France

  1. Great post Peter. Matt is a mate of mine and a sensational bloke to boot…of course. Loves his Wargames, is hugely entertaining and a great raconteur! I have no doubt this venture will be a great success for old Bluewillow!

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