Its name is Mozart, Weird weird for a room .....Lets follow Mozart... at the Bonavis Royal relay of post
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For 1 à 6 persons
The Mozart room and suite is a spacious and comfortable double room that is perfect for a large family or 2 couples or a group of friends.
The room in soft tones is composed of a beautiful old ceiling and a parquet floor that gives it a beautiful atmosphere.
The suite is clad in cerus wood which makes it warm.
The 2 bedrooms are separated by a door.
In the bedroom :
- 1 double bed (queen size)
- 1 single bed
In the suite :
- 1 double bed
- 1 single bed
Bathroom in the bedroom
Towels - shower mats - soap
Tea and coffee making facilities
Wifi unlimited free
Closed garage for motorcycles and bicycles
Refrigerator available on the ground floor
Babies are welcome.We have a chair, a baby bath tub, baby bed...
For the olders we have a baby-foot game
Click here to discover the access map to the Bed and Breakfast Ferme de Bonavis at 10 minutes to Cambrai and near the motorway A 26
"We left Mons early in the morning, it was still daylight when we arrived at Bonavis". This is what Léopold Mozart, then father of the famous musician, wrote on december 8 th 1763 to his friend, Lorenz Hagenauer in one of his 140 pages relating his trip.
This one had decided to make the european courts discover his son's talent. He buys a coach and they leave. So Mozart arrives at the end of the afternoon at the royal relay of post of Bonavis after 80 kilometers.
On april 18 th 1738, a decree ordered the construction of a road from Péronne to Cambrai, close to Bonavis farm and around 1747 the big master of the Royal Relay of Post requires the construction of the Royal Relay of Post at the intersection of the road of Péronne and the one of Saint-Quentin, on the land of the Abbey of Vaucelles.
The master of Bonavis Post, on the road to Paris, keeps an inn and exploit a 400 "arpens". There are 21 horses for the Post and 22 for plough.
At this time, on Royal roads, there are Posts to change the horses. There are drivers called "postillons" to take the travellers from one Post to another.
After one night in Bonavis, the young Mozart takes the road of celebrity to Paris.
After having welcomed a lot of famous people like king Charles X or Louis Philippe 1st, the post stopped its activity in 1867 and has been burned by the Ulhans in september 1914. It is been reconstructed in 1923 in the same style.