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Jean-Jacques Lavaurs
7, Rue au Bécat


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This accommodation offers three bedrooms, with one specifically designed for disabled accessibility. Additionally, there is a cozy bed space available on the mezzanine level. Guests can enjoy their breakfast in the designated breakfast area and relax under the pergola during the summer months. Furthermore, a lounge area is also provided for guests to unwind and enjoy their stay.


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To reach Troyes from Paris, head towards the A5 highway. Once on the A5, continue until you reach exit 19, which is labeled as Vulaines. From there, follow the directions to Rigny-le-Ferron, Berulle BOEUR-en-Othe, and Sormery.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 50 52 non.+7€/pe
(3 pers.)
2 51 54 17 non.+7€/pe


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  • Chablis Vineyards: Located just a short drive away from Sormery, the Chablis Vineyards offer a picturesque landscape filled with sprawling vineyards and charming wineries. Visitors can take guided tours, taste exquisite wines, and learn about the winemaking process.
  • Pontigny Abbey: Situated in the nearby town of Pontigny, Pontigny Abbey is one of the largest Cistercian abbeys in Europe. This historical monument showcases stunning Gothic architecture and tranquil gardens. Visitors can explore the abbey's impressive interior, including the nave and the chapter house.
  • Auxerre: Approximately 20 kilometers from Sormery, Auxerre is a charming medieval town located along the banks of the Yonne River. The town boasts several attractions, such as the impressive Saint-Etienne Cathedral, the picturesque old town with half-timbered houses, and the Abbey of Saint-Germain.
  • Vézelay Abbey: Situated about 50 kilometers from Sormery, Vézelay Abbey is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This magnificent Romanesque abbey is famous for its historical and religious significance. Visitors can explore the abbey's architectural beauty, admire the stunning views from the hilltop location, and learn about its connection to the Crusades.
  • Noyers-sur-Serein: Located around 40 kilometers from Sormery, Noyers-sur-Serein is a well-preserved medieval village. Known for its charming cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and fortified walls, this village offers a delightful glimpse into the past. Visitors can wander through the narrow streets, visit the local artisans' workshops, and enjoy the peaceful ambiance.
  • Grottes d'Arcy-sur-Cure: Situated approximately 30 kilometers away, the Grottes d'Arcy-sur-Cure is a fascinating cave system with prehistoric cave paintings. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the various chambers and marvel at the ancient artwork, dating back thousands of years.
  • Guédelon Castle: Located about 70 kilometers from Sormery, Guédelon Castle is a unique project where a medieval castle is being constructed using only traditional techniques and materials. Visitors can witness the ongoing construction, participate in workshops, and gain insight into the fascinating world of medieval architecture.
  • Château de Tanlay: Situated around 25 kilometers away, Château de Tanlay is an impressive Renaissance castle surrounded by a moat and extensive gardens. Visitors can explore the castle's opulent interior, admire the beautiful architecture, and take leisurely walks through the well-maintained gardens. These tourist attractions near 7, Rue au Bécat, Sormery, 89570, France, offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical landmarks to natural wonders, providing visitors with a rich cultural and scenic experience in the region.

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