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Jean-Philippe Menu
1 Rue de Bar-le-Duc



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Welcome to our charming guesthouse in Changy, a picturesque village in the heart of the Champagne region. Corinne and Jean-Philippe, your hosts who live on-site, invite you to experience an authentic and memorable stay in our "champenoise" guesthouse, which has been awarded 4 palms certification.

Our guesthouse is perfectly situated in the center of the Champagne vineyards, the beautiful lac du Der, and the enchanting Argonne forest. With just a 2-hour drive, you can easily reach Paris and Eurodisney, while Reims, Epernay, and Ste Menehould are only an hour away. If you're looking for local dining options, Vitry le François is just a short 10-minute drive from our location.

Immerse yourself in tranquility as you relax by our heated pool, surrounded by a peaceful and serene setting. We offer three unique and beautifully designed "suites" for your comfort and enjoyment. Choose from the cozy "Cottage", the elegant "Brut de Blanc", or the charming "Bois Rosé".

Come and experience the true essence of Champagne hospitality at our guesthouse. We look forward to welcoming you and ensuring you have a delightful and unforgettable stay.


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If you are traveling from Paris, London, or Brussels, follow the A4 motorway and take Exit 27 for Widow/Chalons-en-Champagne. Then, continue on N44 until you reach exit C6 for La Chaussee-sur-Marne/Division St Amand s/Fion. Proceed for approximately 10 km. Near the church in Changy, you will find the guest house.



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  • Reims Cathedral: Located in the city of Reims, it is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The cathedral is renowned for its stunning stained glass windows and is the traditional site for the coronation of French kings.
  • Champagne Cellars: The region of Champagne is famous for its sparkling wine production. Visit one of the many prestigious champagne houses, such as Moët et Chandon or Veuve Clicquot, to learn about the champagne-making process and enjoy tastings of these exquisite beverages.
  • Palace of Tau: Situated next to the Reims Cathedral, the Palace of Tau was historically the residence of the archbishops of Reims. It now serves as a museum displaying a remarkable collection of treasures, including royal crowns, tapestries, and sculptures.
  • Verdun Memorial: Located in the town of Verdun, the memorial commemorates the Battle of Verdun, one of the most significant battles of World War I. Explore the museum to gain a deeper understanding of the war's impact on the region and pay tribute to the fallen soldiers.
  • Lac du Der-Chantecoq: A large man-made lake located near Saint-Dizier, Lac du Der-Chantecoq is a popular tourist destination for nature lovers and birdwatchers. The lake is home to a variety of bird species and offers opportunities for boating, fishing, and hiking.
  • Musée de la Reddition: This museum in Reims is housed in the building where the German surrender was signed, marking the end of World War II in Europe. Visit to learn about the events leading up to the surrender and view the room where the document was signed.
  • Châlons-en-Champagne: A charming town known for its beautiful architecture and picturesque canals, Châlons-en-Champagne offers visitors a chance to stroll along its historic streets, visit the Saint-Etienne Cathedral, and enjoy boat rides on the canals.
  • Fort de la Pompelle: Situated near Reims, this fort played a crucial role in the defense of the city during World War I. Explore its underground tunnels, visit the museum showcasing the history of the fort, and witness panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Hautvillers: Known as the birthplace of champagne, this quaint village is where Dom Pérignon, a famous monk and cellar master, perfected the champagne-making process. Visit the abbey where he lived and enjoy the scenic beauty of the vineyards. 10. Musée de La Poste: Located in Troyes, this museum showcases the history of the French postal service. Discover the evolution of mail delivery and explore exhibits displaying stamps, postcards, and postal artifacts from different eras. Note: Please ensure to check the opening hours and availability of attractions before planning your visit.