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Martine Brondel
750 Route des Cretes


1 reviews

Price per week:

price from €400




Description for B&B:

Upstairs, there are two distinct bedrooms along with a shared common room that includes a kitchen area measuring 12m². Additionally, there is a separate WC. Each room is equipped with a walk-in shower and a towel radiator. The property features electric heating and double glazing. Furthermore, it is furnished with an electric oven, microwave, refrigerator, washing machine, and dishwasher. A partially covered enclosed courtyard with outdoor furniture is also available. Don't miss the opportunity to visit our winery.


Appréciations pour Domaine des Cretes, Anse:

WE du 1er mai 2010 : un agréable séjour en famille
Review by: Arlette BLOIS, Mai 4 2010 4:26PM
Nous avons été enchantés de notre séjour chez Martine BRONDEL, une hôtesse charmante qui nous a gâtés pendant ces deux jours. Endroit calme, logement très propre, fonctionnel et joliment décoré, idéal pour une famille avec petits enfants. Les viennoiseries, le jus de raisin "maison" et le beaujolais, Hum!!!!

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Take exit 32 on the A6 motorway and follow the signs for Lyon using road D 306. At the entrance handles, turn right at the roundabout onto road D APPLE 70E. Continue for approximately 1.5 km and then take road D70 towards the APPLE entrance. Upon arrival, make a left turn towards SERIOUS ANSE and drive for another 1.5 km. Our field is located on the right-hand side in the hamlet of SERIOUS, marked by a panel on a well made of golden stone.



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  • Beaujolais Vineyards: Located just a short distance from Anse, the Beaujolais Vineyards offer scenic landscapes and the opportunity to explore the renowned wine region. Visitors can take vineyard tours, sample local wines, and learn about the winemaking process.
  • Château de Montmelas: Situated in the village of Montmelas-Saint-Sorlin, this medieval castle offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's history. Visitors can explore the well-preserved architecture, stroll through the beautiful gardens, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Lyon: As the third-largest city in France, Lyon is a bustling metropolis with plenty of attractions to explore. The city is renowned for its UNESCO-listed Old Town (Vieux Lyon), Roman ruins, Renaissance architecture, and excellent gastronomy. Visitors can enjoy exploring museums, shopping districts, and taking boat tours along the Rhône and Saône rivers.
  • Parc de la Tête d'Or: Located in Lyon, this expansive urban park is a perfect place to relax and unwind. It features beautifully landscaped gardens, a large lake for boating, a zoo, botanical gardens, and even a small amusement park. The park is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike.
  • Musée des Confluences: Situated at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers in Lyon, this modern museum showcases the history of humanity and natural sciences. With its unique architecture and engaging exhibits, the museum offers a thought-provoking experience for visitors interested in anthropology, biology, and cultural heritage.
  • Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière: Towering over Lyon, this stunning basilica is a symbol of the city. Visitors can admire the grand architecture, intricate mosaics, and panoramic views of Lyon from its hilltop location. The basilica is also home to a small museum that tells the story of its construction.
  • Les Halles de Lyon - Paul Bocuse: Food enthusiasts should not miss a visit to this famous indoor food market in Lyon. Named after the renowned chef Paul Bocuse, the market offers an array of fresh produce, regional delicacies, and gourmet products. It's a perfect place to immerse yourself in the local culinary scene and indulge in delicious French treats.
  • Oingt: Located in the heart of the Beaujolais region, the medieval village of Oingt is a charming tourist attraction. Its well-preserved stone houses, narrow streets, and panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards make it a picturesque destination. Visitors can explore the village, visit art galleries, and enjoy local wine tastings.
  • Musée Claude Bernard: Situated in the village of Saint-Julien, this museum celebrates the life and work of Claude Bernard, a renowned 19th-century physiologist. The museum showcases his scientific discoveries, personal belongings, and offers insights into his contributions to the field of medicine. 10. Parc de Lacroix Laval: Located near the city of Lyon, this sprawling park offers a tranquil escape from the urban bustle. Visitors can enjoy walking trails, picnic areas, and even a small zoo. The park's beautiful landscapes provide a perfect setting for outdoor activities and relaxation.

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