Auberge Stays in the French Countryside

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La Cour de Remi

When Balthazar and Sébastien de La Borde inherited an 1825 mansion in Bermicourt, two-and-a-half hours north of Paris, the experience changed their lives. Because the tobacco farming that had helped pay for the property's upkeep in their great-grandfather's day was on the wane, the brothers gave up careers as Paris businessmen and decided to convert the outbuildings into an auberge.

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