English owned B&B in Burgundy
We offer comfortable rooms all with private facilities, a delicious breakfast with fresh bread from the local bakery and home made conserves, and on request, dinner, using fresh local produce and where possible, organic fruit and vegetables straight from our own gardens.
Alternatively, there are a number of very good local restaurants to suit all pockets and tastes. Join us for an aperitif before dinner - the local speciality is Kir, a mixture of creme de cassis and white wine, delicious! Breakfast and dinner are served at the large farmhouse style table in the dining room, or when the weather is good, outside in the courtyard.
There are four rooms available, each with an en-suite shower room, and each decorated with it's own unique style.
'Le Provençal' sleeps 2 in a double bed, and is decorated with a flavour of the South of France.
'L'Orient' sleeps 2 in a double bed, and has a feel of the exotic east.
'L'Anglais' sleeps 2 in two single beds, and follows an English country theme.
'Le Nautique' sleeps up to 4 with one double bed and two bunk beds, all ship shape and Bristol fashion!
Stay 4 consecutive nights in July and August and get 10% off your accommodation! Stay 3 consecutive nights between September and June for the same deal! 55 Euros per room (based on two sharing) per night.
A cot is available on request and can be placed in any room.
Evening meals are available by prior arrangement at 25 € per person for 4 courses, and including aperitif and wine. Alternatively, a selection of local restaurants can also be recommended to suit all pockets and tastes.
Thanks to diligent research, driving through various small country lanes, sampling the products at many local wine and food fairs and face to face meetings with winemakers around the region we are able to assist by offering the following suggestions for touring the region.
We know personally three very good places to try Jura wines:- the Caveau Des Jacobins, in Poligny, the Fruiterie Vinicole De Voiteur in Voiteur and the personal cellar of Marie- Pierre Chevassu at Les Granges Bernard near Menetru le Vignoble.
We have another job. Unbeknownst to the taxman (only joking honest) we translate winemakers websites from French to English. It is only a small concern but growing slowly. However it has enabled us to meet a couple of winemakers in their own places when we hand deliver the finished product.
Domaine Glantenet This is a producer of about 25,000 bottles per year who has land in both the Hautes Cotes de Beaune and the Hautes Cotes de Nuits. This land is above Beaune & Nuits St. Georges and has only been producing AOC wine for about 45 years. The countryside is different in that there are areas of vines and then areas of arable farming right alongside. Very different from the next location. Domaine Glantenet has it's cellar in the village of Magny les Villers and is fairly easy to find (We can always supply maps and directions).
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This page was last updated: 05 November 2015