Studio chauffé dans le garage avec un lit double (140x190) table haute, tabourets, fauteuils, prise usb, wifi, TV, coin cuisine, table de cuisson, réfrigérateur, nespresso, micro ondes, vaisselles, lave linge, étendoir à linge, salle de bain avec douche et wc séparé.
“Small studio very well and very functional everything is consistent with the photos on the site. A warm welcome from Benedicte explaining how the studio and the devices work. I stay only 2 nights but it was very good for 1 or 2 people. Short or long stay possible for you to choose. I recommend without hesitation”
Logement équipé de frigo micro onde télé serviettes draps fournis Logement très calme aucuns passages
“Cathy and her family are very caring and friendly hosts! The contact is very easy and the reception is perfect! I highly recommend !”
Un lieu convivial idéal pour des vacances en famille ou entre amis. Découvrez le charme de la campagne bourguigonne. Dans un village au coeur de la Bourgogne et plus précisément en haute Côte D'Or , entre Châtillon Sur Seine et Dijon, La Poiseulière, notre maison de famille, exposée plein sud, totalement indépendante, décorée avec soin, toute équipée, vous accueillera avec plaisir.
“We stayed almost full week. The house is beautifully decorated and equipped at top modern condition: shower and bath with very good water flow, induction cooking panel, modern oven, very good coffee machine, dishwasher, microwave, electric sockets available at all comfortable spots of the house. Bed was comfy, and linen and towels of very good quality - soft and lovely design. Overall, the high level of all accessories that one would not expect in a quiet and small village among Burgundy fields. Location is off the beaten path, but convenient for traveling as it's a point in center between major sightseeing of the area: you have 30-60 minutes to all directions around to Dijon, Flavigny-Sur-Ozeren, Semur-En-Auxois, Fontenay Abbey, Alesia, Avallon, Vezelay, Auxerre (about 1.5h). Numerous chateau are around to explore, to admire and to learn the history of Burgundy and its aristocracy: Ancy le Franc is the most interesting due to incredibly well conserved original decor and huge gardens. Otherwise, there are about 20 open historical chateau and estates, so called La Route des Ducs de Bourgogne, in relative proximity. If we stayed longer, we could visit at least 10 which are close. Small villages and their medieval churches are another point of interest. Dining is a bit problematic as restaurants aren't many, located all around the countryside and need to be reserved by phone call. However, it's worth it, as food is simple but of exquisite freshness and homey taste. Steaks and beef bournignon of local Charolle breed cows and escargo are fantastic wherever you go. We will be happy to come back one day! Thank you, Laurence!”