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A beautiful house of the eighteenth century in Chatillon-sur-Seine in the heart of Burgundy- Cote-d'Or, we will welcome you in a friendly during your stay in Châtillonnais where we will be pleased to advise you and guide you in discover this beautiful region. Region of the art of fun, Burgundy combines the beauty of its heritage and nature with its excellent wines and gastronomy.
A warm welcome and benefits "houses" and a gourmet breakfast will be reserved.
5 guest rooms comfortable and elegant, including two suites with private bathroom and a reading lounge reserved for guests are available on each floor.
Large terrace, garden and parking.

Description of La Chastenay Bed & Breakfast:

Located in Châtillon-sur-Seine in Côte d'Or, a charming little town between Troyes, Auxerre, and Dijon ,"The Chastenay is a beautiful house dating from 1789 where a warm and refined atmosphere worthy of the old family homes. The charm is as soon as one enters the scene, let yourself be seduced by the authenticity of the remains and the quiet atmosphere of its elegant rooms.
Enthusiasts of old stones, we relive the house which was the historical home of the Countess of Chastenay-Victorine Lanty. Woman of Letters, she was a familiar of the court and became acquainted Bonaparte in Châtillon-sur-Seine. Written his memoirs to "Chastenay" are of the highest order for the inner history of the consulate: salons, the life of the assemblies, plots on which the author is well informed, through its links with Real, Fouché, Chateaubriand Talleyrand, Rovigo and Maret. Anecdotes about the movement of Sciences (Arago, Cuvier, Corvisart, Lacépède) and Parisian life.
We welcome you to the first days of May to late September and provide you with spacious five bedrooms upstairs. A reading room adjacent is also at your disposal if you want to watch a television or a movie with a DVD player, or play cards or a board game with friends or family.
In summer the breakfast is served in the garden on the terrace or in the small dining room on the ground floor. It is in this green and full of charm and history that you will be staying.

Attractions:

*** The wine *** After the road from the vineyards of the Yonne (Chablis. ..) and before the route des Grands Crus (Nuits-St-Georges, Beaune ...), there is now a stop not to be missed: the road to cremant! More than 70 panels staking Route Crémant "have been installed throughout the 120 km from the vineyard to allow you to explore on foot, horseback, bicycle or car in the landscape, heritage and vaults of Châtillonnais. The Crémant de Bourgogne assembly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are ample and fruity in the purest tradition of Blanc de Noirs. Their bright yellow color combined with a fine and persistent effervescence, a nose empreint notes of white flowers and a round mouth, fleshy and generous, they are appealing to the most discerning palates. *** Castles and Abbeys *** *** Route des Ducs de Bourgogne: Castles of Ancy-le-Franc in Tanlay, through castles Bazoches, Béru, Bourbilly, Bussy-Rabutin, Châteauneuf-en-Auxois, Commarin, Epoisses Frolois, Lantilly, Montjalin , Sully and the gardens of the castle Barbirey you will meet a variety of pages in the history of Burgundy. The Abbey of Fontenay, classified "World Heritage" by UNESCO, the Museum of Châtillonnais and Vix vase in Châtillon-sur-Seine, the medieval town of Walnut-sur-Serein are just some of the high places to discover near the famous vineyards. *** Activities and entertainment *** One of the largest forest in France near Châtillon-sur-Seine, hiking trails (GR - ATV), riding, swimming pools, lakes and swimming, tennis, an airfield, golf courses fishing .... Burgundy does not reserve his charms only to fans of great wines and great art. The activities which may have to engage in are as varied as its landscape, its canals and rivers. Châtillon is at the heart of the Burgundy practice green where all forms of walking, but also sailing and rafting. The vast plateau of Chatillon and its soft valones call for long trips by bike. Peaceful lakes, rivers, fresh trout waiting all fishermen. Rock climbing or caving, golf, microlight or horseback riding ... Burgundy saddle is large and small!

Directions to La Chastenay

The city is located in the heart of major roads and is located at:

- 234km of Paris (2:30)

- 83kms from Dijon by the RD 971 (1h15)

- 68km from Troyes by the RD 971 (1h)

- 83kms from Auxerre (1h15)

- 58km of Chaumont (Haute-Marne) by RD 965 (1h)

- 49km of Tonnerre (Yonne) (40min)

- 75km of Langres by RD 928 (1h)

- 33km from Montbard RD 980 (30min)



FREEWAYS *** ***

- 6 Output Bierre-les-Semur 58 km

Exit Auxerre 80 km south



- A Magnant Exit 5 to 35 km

Troyes exit south at 60 km

City-output sub-Laferté 39 km

TRAIN ****

You can get to Paris in 1h30 by TGV station.

Correspondence Montbard station and bus Châtillon-sur-Seine - Montbard.

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