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Christine TALMEY
4, Chemin des Buissonnats


1 reviews

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price from €80






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We offer a bathroom and toilet facility, as well as a breakfast room for your convenience. Our establishment is family-friendly, with various amenities available for children. Additionally, our premises boast beautifully landscaped grounds, perfect for relaxation and leisure activities. Furthermore, we have the possibility of accommodating home horses, providing a unique experience for equestrian enthusiasts.

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Appréciations pour La Chambre des Buissonnats, Martailly-les-Brancion:

Review by: Magnaghi Roberta, Aou 16 2021 10:07AM
Tout impeccable, accueil chaleureux

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Once you reach Martailly-les-Brancion village, simply follow the signs leading you to the "house of Buissonnats".



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  • Cluny Abbey: Situated in the nearby town of Cluny, Cluny Abbey is a former Benedictine monastery that was once the largest church in the world. Visitors can explore the ruins of the abbey, including the Romanesque-style transept and the abbey museum.
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  • Tournus Abbey: Situated in the town of Tournus, Tournus Abbey is a Benedictine abbey known for its impressive Romanesque architecture. The abbey church features beautiful sculptures, intricate carvings, and a peaceful cloister.
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  • Hameau Duboeuf: Situated in the village of Romanèche-Thorins, Hameau Duboeuf is a wine-themed amusement park and museum. Visitors can learn about the history of winemaking in the region, explore vineyards, and enjoy wine tastings.
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