“Elegant decoration, a bucolic setting, charming hosts and meticulous attention to detail combine to make this château a seductive base in the heart of the region. Architecturally eclectic, the château was built in the 1900s for the mistress of a Parisian judge, and has six attractive bedrooms. Marcos and Tobias are kind, courteous and happy to help plan excursions (a car is essential). They create a relaxed house-party atmosphere as well as providing delicious breakfasts (every day - included in the room price) and dinners five nights per week (Thursdays through Mondays). They have a daily changing table d'hote set menu - they offer plenty of regional favourites all depending on what is good on the day! Terrific views from the terrace.”
Written by Leonie Glass
“Why do people love staying in your hotel?
They like the fact that we are “away from it all” and off the beaten track but within an easy drive of the places of interest. They are intrigued with the building and they like the “feeling of being at home”.
What is there to do in the area or on site?
On site, sun bathe, use the fitness centre, enjoy dinner in our restaurant, hire bikes and just do nothing except perhaps read a book.
In the area, visit the Burgundy vineyards, medieval towns and villages like Beaune, Dijon, Vézélay, Chateauneuf-en-Auxois, Flavigny sur Ozerin, & Autun, visit chateaux and other historical sites.
What kind of breakfast do you offer?
Freshly baked croissants and pain au chocolat. Freshly squeezed orange juice and a choice of hot beverage (pot of coffee, tea, hot chocolat, espresso, cappuccino). There is a breakfast buffet consisting of a choice of cereals, jams, sliced bread, freshly baked bread, cold cuts, cheeses, fresh fruits, yoghurts, honeys, cream cheese and butter. For an extra free, guests can order bacon and eggs.
Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out
We have a restaurant which offers table d'hote dinners five nights per week (Thurs to Mon). For 34 euros per person there is a four course set menu, which changes daily and offers seasonal locally sourced ingredients. There is a good restaurant in our village (5 minute walk from Les Roches).
Which are your most popular room types, and why?
The most popular bedrooms are bedrooms “Enchanting View” and “Bird’s Eye View” because they have the best views of the valley.”