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Tobias Yang
Rue De Glanot


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Les Roches was built just at the turn of the 1900s and it was commissioned by a Parisian judge. Mr Perrot built the house for his mistress and the face of the mistress can be found on the hand-painted ceiling panels in the dining room as well as over the main entrance door in the form of a stone carving. The architecture of Les Roches quite unique and it is called “eclectic” as it combines architectural styles found in Austria, Switzerland and Germany. There are similar styled buildings, which were built during the same period, in Normandy and Biarritz. There are a lot of details on the exterior of the house including the gold leaf mosaics under the roof eaves, intricate stone carvings, different coloured bricks in various shapes, intricate flower shapes in the iron works, etc. and one needs to spend a little time to notice them all. The rooms in the house are well proportioned and the public rooms are decorated with the original wood panelling and the high ceilings are decorated with intricate plaster work.

Our guests are very welcome to use our salon, library and terrace to read the daily newspapers, peruse magazines, read a book and enjoy some of our wine. During the fall and winter periods the salon and library are even cosier as we burn wood in the fireplaces.

The salon is very bright as it features a very large window with three French doors leading out to the terrace. Here in the salon you find a copy of the daily International Herald Tribune and the weekend editions of Le Figaro as well as a selection of magazines. The salon is a great place to meet and mingle with your fellow guests.

In our library, we have a television with hundreds of channels in various languages where you can catch up on the latest news, watch your favourite sports events or enjoy a movie. We also have a selection of books for your enjoyment (many of the paper-back books have been left from our guests!). You will find complimentary maps and brochures on the various tourist attractions in Burgundy and contact details for some of our favourite vineyards.

The sun-filled terrace is very popular in the afternoons where many of our guests unwind with a drink after a day exploring Burgundy and visiting vineyards. During the summer months, we serve breakfast on the terrace and we normally serve our four-course dinners outside.

We offer home-cooked dinners twice per week, Thursdays and Saturdays, using regional and seasonal ingredients and we recommend matching Burgundy wines for each course. Many of our recipes are based on traditional Burgundy recipes which we have adopted to modern tastes. The dinner experience begins at 19h30 with an aperitif in the salon, set four-course meal in the candlelit dining room or terrace and ends with a coffee or tea in the library. The cost is €32 per person. The dinners need to be booked in advance. We are pleased to offer a more casual dinner option on Mondays, "Monday Brasserie", as many of the local restaurants are closed on Mondays. Our Monday Brasserie will be open from 19h00 to 21h00 and our menu will have choices of starters, main courses and desserts. On the other evenings, Sundays, Tuesdays through Wednesdays and Fridays, we offer cold-cut dinners consisting of a selection of cold cuts, selection of cheeses, salad and fresh bread. The cost is €19 per person.

The price for the bedrooms starts from 129 euros per night (based on double occupancy and includes breakfast).


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Les Roches is situated about 25 minutes away from the A6 (Pouilly-en-Auxois exit), which is the main motorway between Paris and Lyon.

From the A6 (main motorway between Paris and Lyon), take the exit for Pouilly-en-Auxois. Drive through Pouilly-en-Auxois and follow signs towards Saulieu (you should be on the D977 road). After about 20 minutes you should see signs for Mont-Saint-Jean going to the right (D36 road). After about 2 km, there will be further signs to Mont-Saint-Jean on the right going up a hill. Once you enter Mont-Saint-Jean, turn right at the restaurant called “Le Médiéval”. Les Roches will shortly be on your left (behind a large gate with pillars standing over 6 meters).



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