A double bedroom, with space for a cot, private bathroom and private entrance in our charming family home. The double bedroom is bright and light, with own woodstove, wardrobe, desk and tea and coffee making facilities.
Perfect for a couple, or a couple with a child (cot provided).
Breakfast offered in the main house, or garden.
Rural and quiet location, attractive to walkers, horse riders (gite équestre possible), antiques- and culture-hunters alike.
A character refuge in Montmelard.
A double bedroom and private bathroom in our charming Charollais farmhouse, renovated by a local artist. The room is bright and light, with own woodstove, wardrobe, desk, private bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities.
Attractive to walkers, horse-riders (gite équestre possible) and countryside-lovers alike, it is a great base from which to explore Cluny, Trivy, Paray le Monial and the rest of the Charollais region of Burgundy, its rural beauty, vineyards and gastronomy.
An outdoor seating area is also available in the summer, along with the use of a good amateur telescope, to observe the best of the night sky.
Continental, or English breakfast (included in the price) is served between 7.30am - 10am and a full, fresh and seasonal Table d’Hôte menu is available upon request (menus from 18€ per person, aperitif included).
The chic and comfortable bedroom has one double bed, with a cot added for free if required. The granite base shower, pierre de Bourgogne sink and local pine floored bathroom is clean and styled by a local stonemason. It is furnished with organic soaps and shampoo.
All linens are also provided and private access to the bedroom/bathroom suite is available.
Well behaved dogs allowed upon request.
Gite équestre, chambre d’hôte, à la campagne, gites de groupe, séjour a la ferme, séjours bien-être, séjours campagne, ecogites, equitation, insolite, randonnées.
Free access to all parts of the bedroom and bathroom space, and expansive grounds.
Interaction with guests
We will be onsite throughout your stay, to offer help, guidance, or travel ideas for the local area, if required.
Other things to note
Please take note of the weather when planning your trip; we have cold and wet winters (with ecology in mind, nowhere is paved, or tarmac), and hot summers! Walking shoes or wellies are preferable for Spring and Autumn!
Mountain bikes available to borrow (or rent, for longer trips) onsite.
We also have animals; horses, cats, a dog and chickens!Get the full listing »