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Capucine Cassanet
49 Route de Somméré
La Roche Vineuse


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Capucine Cassanet extends a warm welcome to her family home located in the picturesque village of Somméré, within the enchanting Val Lamartinien. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of "The Cadole," where two exquisitely restored rooms await, offering both spaciousness and refinement. Start your day with a delightful breakfast served on the patio, in the garden, or in the inviting dining room, depending on the season. Our reception is always open, providing a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Families are more than welcome, as our rooms can accommodate up to four people. Each room boasts a private bathroom and WC for your convenience. Furthermore, the family room offers a private terrace with breathtaking views of the surrounding vineyards. For those interested, a tasting and cave visit can be arranged right here in the village, and numerous charming local inns await to indulge your taste buds with traditional cuisine. Prepare to be captivated by "The Cadole," a true sanctuary of tranquility nestled in the heart of the vineyard.


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To get to "The Cadole" from the A6 motorway, take exit 29 towards South Macon. After exiting, follow the N79 road towards Cluny / Charolles for approximately 7 kilometers. Then, take exit 4 towards Prissé / Charnay. At the roundabout with two rocks, go in the direction of Somméré / Castle Montceau. When you reach the stop sign, turn left and continue straight for about 1.2 kilometers. In the village of Somméré, you will find "The Cadole," which is the first stone house on your right.



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  • Abbey of Cluny: Located in the nearby town of Cluny, the Abbey of Cluny is a significant historical site. It was once the largest church in the world and played a crucial role in medieval Christianity. Visitors can explore the ruins of the abbey and learn about its rich history.
  • Château de Cormatin: Situated in the village of Cormatin, this stunning Renaissance-style castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. The castle features well-preserved interiors, including a grand staircase, ornate ceilings, and an impressive collection of artwork. Guided tours are available to provide insights into the castle's history.
  • Roche de Solutré: A natural limestone escarpment, the Roche de Solutré offers panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards and landscapes. This iconic site is known for its archaeological significance, as it has been a site of human habitation for thousands of years. Visitors can hike up to the top and enjoy the picturesque scenery.
  • Hameau du Vin: Located in Romanèche-Thorins, Hameau du Vin is an interactive museum dedicated to the history and culture of wine. Visitors can explore exhibits on viticulture, winemaking techniques, and the region's wine heritage. The museum also offers wine tastings and workshops for a complete wine experience.
  • Rock of Vergisson: Another prominent limestone rock formation, the Rock of Vergisson offers breathtaking views over the vineyards and the surrounding countryside. It is a popular spot for hiking and rock climbing enthusiasts. The nearby village of Vergisson is charming and worth a visit to experience the local culture.
  • Touro Parc: Located in Romanèche-Thorins, Touro Parc is a family-friendly animal park that offers various attractions and activities. Visitors can encounter a wide range of animals, including exotic species and farm animals. The park features educational shows, playgrounds, and picnic areas, making it an enjoyable day out for all ages.
  • Château de la Greffière: Situated in La Roche Vineuse itself, Château de la Greffière is a picturesque winery and castle. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, explore the vineyards, and taste their renowned wines. The estate also hosts events and wine festivals throughout the year.
  • Lamartine Museum: Located in Mâcon, the Lamartine Museum is dedicated to the life and works of the famous French poet, Alphonse de Lamartine. The museum displays personal belongings, manuscripts, and memorabilia related to the poet. Visitors can learn about Lamartine's significant contributions to literature and his connection to the region. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical sites and natural landmarks to wine-related activities and cultural museums.

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