À propos de ce logement
The petite maison is a 19th Century, two storey cottage built in stone, located at the centre of Burgundy's vineyards. The ground floor of the cottage has an open-plan kitchen off a spacious living room. The large shower room has a WC and a washbasin unit. Upstairs is a double bedded room and a twin-bedded gallery room, each with storage for clothes and personal effects. A gate closes off the stairwell. Extra visitors can use the convertible sofa. A cot and high-chair are available. It is an easy 15-minute stroll to the centre of the village where there are two bakers, two hairdressers, a general food store, chemist, post office, two cafés, hotel, two restaurants, tobacconist, a dentist, and two doctors. Within driving reach of the gite are golf links, swimming pools, museums, chateaux, art galleries, parks and concerts halls. Whether your search is for good wine, good food, sport, rock climbing, culture or history, your stay in the Petite Maison will not be unrewarded.
The large combined dining room and lounge, has two leather armchairs and a sofa. Crockery and cutlery are in the sideboard. Wireless broadband internet is available, as is a compendium of games.
The kitchen is equipped with a double-sink and drainer, gas oven and hob, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, tea pot, coffee pot, pans, pots, and small tools.
A large tiled shower room is situated at ground level, containing a toilet and vanity unit. A hair-dryer is provided.
The principle bedroom has a double bed, and the gallery bedroom has two single beds. Both bedrooms are accessed by a wide staircase and have chairs, clothes rail and chest of drawers.
Bed linen and towels are provided, and changed weekly during your stay.
External utility room has a washing machine and provides storage for the BBQ, bicycles and ironing board.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
Brian & Isabel came to beautiful Burgundy in 2003, and have never looked back. We are both retired, but after being busy people, we wanted something to keep us occupied; hence the gîte. As you can see, Brian makes a super ‘Pere Noel’, his foreign accent giving a touch of authenticity to the part, and delighting the children of the ‘Ecole Maternel’. Isabel does nothing so exotic, but we both take part in the ‘Fete des Voisins’, and have hosted several parties for both friends and neighbours.