One of the UK's leading
Rally Tour Operators
All Inclusive Tours
Including Ferry, Hotel
& Rally Entry Fee
Operated for CRT by Scenic & Continental Car Tours
A great start to the season with a weekend of rallying through the Pas de Calais and Oise valleys. With regularities through the forest of Compiegne and lovely villages of Picardie we can promise a fun and exciting weekend of motor sport.
Out hotel just on the outskirts of town is a favourite of ours with plenty of secure parking and a welcoming staff. Also with both nights dinner included you can relax in the bar making this is great value event not to be missed.
3 Days, 2 Nights
Price £429.00 Per Person
• Return P&O Dover to Calais Ferry Crossing (Please note: we can offer alternate crossings including; North Sea Ferries, Harwich-Hook or Eurotunnel at a supplement)
• 2 Nights at the Mercure Hotel, Compiègne Sud
• Continental Buffet Breakfast each morning
• Gala Prize giving dinner & 1/2 bottle of wine per person on the last night
• Complimentary on-site car parking at the Hotel
• Rally Entry Fee • Saturday & Sunday Rallies
• Detailed Rally Book featuring Maps, Directions
& Event Information
• Commemorative Compiegne Rally Plate
• Full Financial Protection in accordance with the EC package travel directive
All prices are based on 2 persons occupying a car and a twin/double room at the hotels.
Single Supplement - £100
Mercure Compiègne Sud
Book on-line or telephone 01732 879153 quoting CRT/Compiegne17
Single occupancy prices on request
This Mercure hotel is located on the outskirts of Compiegne 3.1 miles from the town centre. It offers air-conditioned accommodation, a restaurant and free on-site parking. Free Wi-Fi is available. Rooms at Mercure Compiègne Sud are equipped with satellite TV, a telephone and private bathroom. Compiègne Sud’s restaurant serves traditional French cuisine that guests can enjoy on the terrace during nice weather.
Room Upgrades Available
This attractive town, just north of Paris in Picardie has a wonderful, little known château beloved by Napoleon full of furniture and paintings to visit. Plus there's a wonderful park behind the château for long walks and leisurely picnics. There's also a very good transport museum for car enthusiasts, and a surprisingly absorbing museum of historic figurines engaged in constant warfare. Once you've exhausted the sights of Compiègne, there's the forest of Compiègne to explore with its villages, lakes and valleys. One of the great moments of French, and European, history is commemorated at the Armistice Museum, in the north part of the forest.