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Véronique & Jacques Beaumier
15 Rue de L'etang - Rd 108 C



1 reviews

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price from €70






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Welcome to our guesthouse, where you will find a soothing blue room named after Philip the Bold. This room comfortably accommodates three people and includes its own private bathroom and toilet facilities.

Next, we have the inviting second bedroom, which is named after John the Fearless. This spacious room features a large double bed and is decorated in a calming shade of green. Like the first room, it also offers its own private bathroom and toilet.

Lastly, we present the charming family suite, consisting of two bedrooms. The first bedroom is named after Charles the Bold and is furnished with two single beds. The second bedroom boasts a comfortable double bed.


Appréciations pour Au Rendez Vous de L'Auxois, Essey:

Au Rendez Vous de l'Auxois
Review by: Eduardo A. García, Juin 5 2011 8:18AM
My wife and I spent five days in “Au Rendez Vous de l'Auxois”. The place, very near to Dijon, is excellent for relaxing. The rooms and the service is quite good and the owners (Veronique and Jacques) are very friendly. She prepares tasty regional meals and he selects the good wines. If you had the opportunity to visit “La Bourgogne”, we recommend it.

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To reach your destination, follow these revised travel directions:
1. Take the exit from either motorway A6 or A38 and proceed in the direction of Autun / Arnay le Duc.
2. After approximately 6 km, turn towards Essey.
3. Once you reach the village, continue towards the head of the pond.
4. The house is situated next to the pond.



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1 90 90 90 90 OUI




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