A Beaujolais house in golden stone built at the start of the 20th century surrounded by vineyards. The accommodation overlooks the picturesque village of Bois D'Oingt and is suitable for couples, families, solo and business travellers from all corners of the world. 20 minutes from A6 and A89
25 miles from Lyon by car, 25 minutes by local train to Lyon
Lyon St-Exupery airport - 45 minutes
Accommodation is on 2nd floor and consists of a grand bedroom with double bed, laptop friendly workspace and TV. A second double bedroom with queen size bed and adjoining single room with single bed. A travel cot for a baby is also available.
There is a large private bathroom with double sink unit, toilet and shower. All rooms have views over the surrounding vineyards.
Enclosed south facing garden, large terrace with awning. Guests are welcome to use the terrace where breakfast can be served if weather permits. The garden and furniture on the terrace are available for guests to
use for eating their own picnic or snacks outside. Private garage parking for bicycles and motor cycles available . Nearby off street parking for cars.
Kontakt z gośćmi
Having worked for an international company in nearby Lyon we enjoy and have experience of mixing with people of different nationalities. At least one of us will be available during the time of your stay. We live on the ground floor of the premises so are available for information and preparing breakfast.
Inne ważne rzeczy
The house was built at the turn of the 19th century - we are only the 2nd family to live in it and are working to maintain its unique character.
We can offer information on leisure facilities, wine producers for tastings and provide recommendations and if required, make reservations for guests at restaurants. With prior arrangement it may be possible to have an early morning departure or late evening arrival. It may be possible to have a later checkout but only with prior arrangement.
I've lived and worked in the area for 7 years, after moving from London. I love the beauty and variety in the landscape, watching the seasons unfold. Although this is rural France with its vineyards, villages and special characters I enjoy it all being so close. My husband and I have made many new friends and are involved in numerous local activities. Come and join us and enjoy the Beaujolais experience.