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Matilde Cetre
11 allée du chateau
les maillys



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Welcome to "La Maison du Parc" where Colette and her daughter Matilde, who are farmers, invite you to stay in one of the outbuildings of the castle located in a 3.5-hectare park. Situated in the charming village of Les Maillys in Côte d'Or, on the edge of the Jura region known for its caves, lakes, and waterfalls, our accommodation is conveniently positioned between Saint-Jean-de-Losne and Auxonne.

Whether you plan to stay for a night or longer, we will be delighted to welcome you and provide guidance on local attractions and discoveries in our beautiful region, making your stay enjoyable. The Maison du Parc not only offers a stopover during your travels through Burgundy and Franche-Comte, but also provides an opportunity to explore four continents.

After relishing the tranquility of our park and indulging in a hearty breakfast, you can embark on an adventure to discover the Val de Saône, Côte d'Or, and its neighboring departments. Following a day of sightseeing and excursions, you can savor a delicious homemade meal at our table d'hôte. This will be an occasion to enjoy quality local products, exchange stories, and create fond memories of your countryside vacation.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 70 80 15
(3 pers.)
1 95 105




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