Ribourdin Castle : Charming Bed & Breakfast in Burgundy
Marie-Claude and Claude Brodard invite you to enjoy the calm of the countryside in Château de Ribourdin in the village of Chevannes. The 5 rooms await you in the outbuildings of this 16th-century castle. Each of the five rooms, spacious and comfortable, are named after one of the castles of the village. They face east and offer a great view of the surrounding country. Each one has its own personality, style and colours. All rooms have private shower room, with bath or shower and WC. One bedroom is conveniently designed for disabled visitors.
In the hall, out of the large window, you’ll have a beautiful view on the castle and the church. You’ll have access to the room « Château-Gaillard. The imposing oak staircase will lead you to the mezzanine and the lounge, and to the four bedrooms. On the garden level, the spacious and luminous room, with wooden beams and large windows, is painted with natural ochre colours of Puisaye. It opens on the garden and the main courtyard. You’ll enjoy the lounge, a charming place to relax or have a drink, tea, coffee or infusion, in front of the fire place.
An ornamental garden surrounded with a hedge of bower will provide you unforgettable moments of peace and relaxation, near the flowerbeds or in the shade of the trees. You will walk upon the small bridge over the Ribourdin watercourse, which leads you to the orchard where Marie-Claude collects fruit to make delicious jam and to the family kitchen garden. With the first sunny days, you will relax in deck-chairs close to the family swimming-pool at your disposal. You’ll appreciate the calm of this castle and the copious breakfasts.
Ideally situated at about 7 km from Auxerre , you’ll be next to the historical, cultural and touristic sites : Guédelon, Saint-Fargeau, Vézelay, the Vineyards (Chablis, Irancy, Chitry), Noyers sur Serein, Aubigny, the castle of Tanlay, Meaulnes and Ancy-le-franc.
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This page was last updated: 18 December 2014