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Barn | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car essential
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Tastefully renovated former barn (325 m2) with panoramic views set in over 1 hectare land, quietly situated 4,5 km from the rural village of Issy l'Evèque and at a short distance from Luzy and Gueugnon (all amenities) and only 45 minutes from a TGV high speed train station. Issy L'Evêque is a lively village offering baker's, butcher's, post office, bank, two mini-supermarkets, GP, bar/restaurant, camping with outdoor pool, garage/petrol-station, hairdresser, fishing lake, tennis-club, horse-riding, schools, natural swimming pool, walking/cycling paths. The barn consists of three parts, two of which have been renovated. The third part is currently used as workshop/storage by the owners/occupiers. Entrance hall with separate wc and walk-in shower-room, farmhouse kitchen/diner (30m2) with gas hob and electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and large refrigerator. The large reception room (55m2) with wood-burner, flat-screen (Satellite) TV and iPod docking station is comfortably furnished and has stairs leading to the mezzanine and bedroom (30 m2). The bedroom has a double bed (180 x200), walk-in wardrobe and wc and has views to the stables and paddocks at the rear of the property. Very spacious and bright, double-glazed windows and doors. High ceilings, natural stone floors with under-floor heating, masses of beams. Outside the south- and east facing veranda (85 m2) with fire place/BBQ and a large table with seating for 6 provides the perfect spot for outdoor eating, reading and relaxing. The gardens are laid to lawn with ample parking and over 8.000 m2 meadows with stable unit. The owners are on-site and can provide local information. They can also provide guests with breakfast, lunch and/or dinner if required. A fantastic location for those who adore the countryside, nature and peace and quiet with all the cultural and culinary attractions of Burgundy within easy range.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Access Car essential
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, Video player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Parking

The Burgundy region

Burgundy is one of the administrative regions of France, lying astride the main lines of communication between Paris and Lyon; anyone travelling by train or on the French motorway network between Paris or north-east France, and Lyon and the south of France, must pass through Burgundy. The region is bordered by the river Loire, in the west, and by the Franche-Comté and Champagne regions in the east. To the south it is bordered by the Rhone Alpes region. The Burgundy region is made up of four French departments. Northern Burgundy comprises the department of the Yonne (89), capital Auxerre, a rolling agricultural area bordering on the outer fringes of the Paris region. In the west, the Nièvre (58), capital Nevers, is a hilly department that includes the highest peak of the Morvan hills (Le Haut Folin, 903 m), and a large part of the Morvan regional nature park. The Côte-d'Or department (21), around Dijon, is hilly in the north west, and flat in the south east; finally the department of Saône & Loire (71) in the south of the region stretches from the banks of the Loire in the west to the foothills of the Jura in the east, and includes large flat expanses of the Saône valley. The historic and modern capital of the Burgundy region is Dijon (population 150,000), a thriving cultural centre, which is also a major communications and freight-distribution hub. Dijon has a historic city centre, with old narrow streets, and houses built in the local pale honey-coloured stone; of particular interest to visitors are the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, and the gothic Cathedral of Saint Bénigne. The world-famous Burgundy vineyards produce some of the most prestigious and expensive wines in the world. The top wines are mostly produced on a narrow strip of land running south from Dijon, on the western fringe of the Saône plain, in the Côtes de Nuits and the Côtes de Beaune vineyard areas. These include names such as Gevrey-Chambertin, Vosne-Romanée, Pommard, Volnay and Clos Vougeot. Some of the top vineyards, which are quite small, are protected behind stone walls and iron gates, so valuable are the grapes that they produce. The cathedral at Autun - one of the finest romanesque cathedrals in France, with remarkable sculptures, at the edge of the Morvan hills. The site of Cluny, the old town and the remains of the Benedictine abbey, once the largest chuch in Chrisendom. The church of St Philibert, Tournus; one of the oldest churches in France (early 11th century). Le Creusot - former mining and steel town, le Creusot has one of the world's largest preserved steam hammers, built in 1876. For those with an interest in industrial archaeology... Le Maconnais - the southern part of the Burgundy vineyards, around the city of Macon.

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3 Mar 2014


"Zeer gastvrij onthaal. Prachtige omgeving. Super accomidatie."

Uitstekend!!!! Formidable!!! Zeer gastvrij onthaal en super mooie locatie. Onze honden waren meer dan welkom. Een geweldige ervaring!… More

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