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Description for B&B:

The bed and breakfast is situated on the ground floor of the owners' residence, granting you an independent entrance and the freedom to enjoy your stay. The room resembles a luxurious suite, capable of accommodating up to four individuals. You will be captivated by the magnificent view of the village, vineyards, and the surrounding countryside.

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The guesthouse and Bed and Breakfast at Chateau de Leynes have received official approval from the prestigious French organization "Gîtes de France". Immerse yourself in history as you stay in the castle's charming outbuildings. Experience the allure of the ancient walls and indulge in the breathtaking beauty of the Beaujolais countryside.


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- Take Motorway A6 and exit at "Mâcon sud" (Number 29).
- Follow the signs towards Julienas / Saint Amour.
- Continue on road D31 until you reach the village of "Leynes".

- If traveling by train, visit
- Take the Paris - Mâcon Loché route, which takes approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes.
- The TGV station "Mâcon Loché" is conveniently located just a few minutes away from our village.
- You can either rent a car directly at the station or hire a taxi.



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  • Château de Leynes: Located in the heart of Leynes, this beautiful medieval castle offers stunning views of the surrounding vineyards and the Saône River. Explore its well-preserved architecture and learn about its rich history through guided tours.
  • Cluny Abbey: Situated in the nearby town of Cluny, Cluny Abbey is one of the largest and most influential monastic complexes in Europe. Marvel at the grandeur of its remains, including the abbey church and the medieval cloisters, which once housed a thriving monastic community.
  • Hameau Duboeuf: Just a short drive away in Romanèche-Thorins, Hameau Duboeuf is a unique wine-themed amusement park and museum. Discover the fascinating world of winemaking through interactive exhibits, vineyard tours, and wine tastings. Don't miss the beautifully landscaped gardens and the vintage train collection.
  • Mâcon: Located about 15 kilometers from Leynes, Mâcon is a charming town known for its picturesque streets, historic buildings, and vibrant local markets. Explore the old town, visit the Saint-Vincent Cathedral, and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the banks of the Saône River.
  • Roche de Solutré: A prominent limestone escarpment, the Roche de Solutré is a natural landmark near the village of Solutré-Pouilly. Hike to the summit for panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, or visit the nearby Musée de la Préhistoire to learn about the prehistoric artifacts discovered in the area.
  • Tournus Abbey: Situated in the town of Tournus, Tournus Abbey is a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture. Admire its intricate sculptural details, visit the crypt, and explore the beautiful cloisters. The abbey also houses an impressive collection of medieval art and artifacts.
  • La Roche de Vergisson: Just a short drive from Leynes, La Roche de Vergisson is a striking limestone peak offering breathtaking views of the Mâconnais vineyards. Hike to the top for a panoramic vista or enjoy a leisurely walk through the surrounding vineyards.
  • Château de Cormatin: Located in the village of Cormatin, this elegant seventeenth-century castle is renowned for its beautifully landscaped gardens and well-preserved interiors. Take a guided tour of the castle to admire its opulent rooms, including the grand salon and the stunning theater.
  • Pont-de-Vaux: Situated on the banks of the River Saône, Pont-de-Vaux is a charming town known for its picturesque canals, historic buildings, and vibrant market. Explore the town's narrow streets, visit the Church of Saint-Pierre, and try some local delicacies at the market. 10. Pérouges: Although a bit farther away, Pérouges is worth the visit for its well-preserved medieval charm. This fortified village features cobblestone streets, timber-framed houses, and a central square lined with cafes and artisan shops. Immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere and savor the local specialties.

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