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Michel Meunier
2, Rue des Fontaines



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Located in the charming village of Chatenois, just a few kilometers away from Dole and nestled in the beautiful low valley of the Doubs, this stunning 18th-century home awaits your discovery. Situated at an altitude of 250 meters, the house offers four guest rooms and a lush park with a private swimming pool. Step inside and be captivated by the tastefully renovated interior, which carefully preserves the architectural heritage of the region, featuring exposed beams and natural stone. The property boasts a range of amenities, including a terrace, a well-maintained park, a library, a heated swimming pool, and even a place for playing pétanque.

Within a 50-kilometer radius, you can explore numerous castles, with five of them located within a 20-kilometer range. Additionally, the cities of Dijon, Besançon, Saint Jean de Losne, Arbois, and Beaune are all within 40 kilometers. The Saline Royale d'Arc and Senans is just 18 kilometers away, while Dole, only 6 kilometers from the property, offers the opportunity to visit the birthplace of Pasteur. Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in the various hiking and cycling trails, fishing spots, and swimming areas, all within a 2-kilometer radius. There are also plenty of nearby lakes for boating and sailing, as well as an equestrian center just 3 kilometers away. Nature lovers can explore the vast forest of Serre and the Chaux Forest, while those interested in river tourism can embark on scenic boat trips. Tennis enthusiasts can enjoy a game just 1 kilometer from the property. And of course, don't miss the chance to sample the exquisite wines of the Jura and Bourgogne regions.


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To reach Rochefort, start by heading north on the N73 Dole for 3 km. Then, take the A36 motorway and exit at Authume Dole, which is the second exit. Proceed until you reach the first stop, and make a left turn. Continue straight and take three consecutive left turns in Authume, following the signs.



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  • Château de Châtenois: Located in the heart of Châtenois, this medieval castle offers visitors a chance to explore its rich history and stunning architecture. The castle provides panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards and offers guided tours.
  • Les Grottes d'Osselle: Situated approximately 17 kilometers from Châtenois, Les Grottes d'Osselle is a cave system that dates back millions of years. Visitors can take guided tours to discover impressive stalagmites, stalactites, and underground rivers.
  • Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans: A UNESCO World Heritage site, Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans is a former saltworks factory designed by architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. The site offers guided tours, exhibitions, and a chance to learn about the fascinating history of salt production.
  • Citadel of Besançon: Located around 30 kilometers from Châtenois, the Citadel of Besançon is a well-preserved fortress that overlooks the city. This historical landmark features a museum, stunning views, and a zoo, making it a popular attraction for both history enthusiasts and families.
  • Château de Joux: Situated approximately 60 kilometers from Châtenois, Château de Joux is a medieval fortress located in the Jura Mountains. The castle offers guided tours that allow visitors to explore its towers, dungeons, and learn about its military history.
  • Lac de Chalain: Nestled in the Jura region, Lac de Chalain is a picturesque lake surrounded by lush forests. It offers various recreational activities such as swimming, boating, and hiking. Visitors can also relax on the lake's sandy beaches and enjoy the tranquil natural surroundings.
  • Baume-les-Messieurs: A charming village located around 50 kilometers from Châtenois, Baume-les-Messieurs is known for its stunning natural beauty and historical sites. The village is nestled in a cirque, surrounded by cliffs and waterfalls. Visitors can explore the Abbaye Impériale, a medieval abbey, and enjoy the scenic hiking trails.
  • Arbois: Situated approximately 40 kilometers from Châtenois, Arbois is a charming town renowned for its wine production. Visitors can explore the wine cellars, taste local wines, and visit the Maison Pasteur, the former residence of Louis Pasteur, a famous French scientist.
  • Poligny: Located around 40 kilometers from Châtenois, Poligny is another picturesque town known for its cheese production. Visitors can visit cheese cellars, taste regional cheeses like Comté and Morbier, and learn about the traditional cheese-making process. 10. Cascades du Hérisson: Located approximately 70 kilometers from Châtenois, the Cascades du Hérisson is a series of waterfalls nestled in the Jura Mountains. Visitors can explore the hiking trails that lead to various viewpoints overlooking the cascades and enjoy the stunning natural scenery. Note: Distances mentioned are approximate and may vary based on the route taken.

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