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No.fifty6 is situated 1.5 hours drive from Calais and 40 minutes from Lille, which has direct train connections to St Pancras International and Albert. If you are on a road trip, simply put your location into Google Maps on the right to plan your route. 

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"Thank you so much for your hospitality. Never has a random search on google worked out so well. Your B&B is lovely. Your ability to get a group of many different ages engaged in what happened on the Somme – that’s special. It’s also important."

- Paul White, London, December 2014

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No.56 bed and breakfast

56 Route De Bapaume
La Boisselle
80300, France

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31st October 2017

October – One of our favourite months with a certain lady at No.fifty6 having an October birthday - and we cannot believe the weather this month. Warm, sunny days for most of October with many guests making the most of the last sunshine, exploring then sitting in the garden with afternoon drinks. And as always, there has been plenty to keep us on our toes this month. Thank you to those who comment on the blog, send us emails, photos etc. We never thought when we started No.fifty6 we would meet so many wonderful people who have enriched our lives in countless ways. 1st November in France is Toussaint - All Saints Day - the day families remember the dead and civilian cemeteries are filled with pretty flowers. It is a holiday here, so Bonne Fete!

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Today we visited the grave and memorial to Lieutenant Ewart Alan Mackintosh who died on this day in 1917. A quiet... https://t.co/rCPGOwfZyG

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