|Tipo de imóvel||casa|
|Estadia Mínima||4 noites|
Cozy 18th Century casa de aldeia nos vinhedos da Borgonha.
Destaques do La Maison des Deux Clochers:
- 2 quartos (uma rainha, um twin) com sofá duplo pull-out na sala de estar
- Casa de banho com banheira, montado na parede do chuveiro, máquina de lavar, e secar totalmente equipada
- Cozinha do país bem equipado
- TV por satélite com muitos canais em inglês
biblioteca -extensive DVD / livro para sua diversão
- Ilimitado wi-fi sem fio além de a maioria das chamadas de telefone gratuito incluídas na sua renda
-privada, área de jardim murado para seu uso exclusivo
La Maison des Deux Clochers está situado exatamente onde você quer estar em Burgundy - numa zona tranquila, relaxada vila vinificação localizado entre a cidade medieval de Beaune (dez minutos) e Dijon (meia hora do Norte). Você vai encontrar-se na porta do mais pitorescos e famosos aldeias de vinificação da Borgonha, como Pommard, Volnay, Gevrey-Chambertin, Aloxe-Corton, etc, que são agora nomeados coletivamente para se tornar um Património Mundial da UNESCO.
A casa de aldeia de pedra do século 18, recentemente restaurado, tem dois quartos, um com cama queen size e um com duas camas individuais. Há também uma cozinha totalmente equipada, uma sala de estar, casa de banho maravilhoso com uma banheira e chuveiro, uma varanda coberta e uma área de jardim privado fora para o uso exclusivo dos nossos hóspedes. A casa é totalmente privado e independente (ou seja, nós não vivemos no local). Ela remonta a 1789, mas foi cuidadosamente restaurada, mobilada e equipada.
We loved La Maison des Deux Clochers from the moment we arrived until we left. The description on the website is accurate, and we would highly recommend this house for a couple visiting Burgundy for a few days, or perhaps an artist looking for inspiration for a longer period of time.
The house is lovingly renovated, well equipped, and there's a tiny garden for long summer evenings (also garden furniture and charcoal barbecue with all the trimmings). The house is spotlessly clean, and although other reviewers mentioned the church bells being noisy, we didn't find them so; the windows and shutters provide excellent soundproofing, and anyway the bells ring only between 8-22h.
The location is very good, a few minutes away from Beaune and only a little longer away from Dijon.
Laura and Franck were delightful hosts, even from afar, providing oodles of information and a most delicious bottle of complimentary Burgundy red.
Lovely sitting room, comfortable beds and a nice functional bathroom.
A few things to know when considering this property: you need a car to get around. There are lovely walks through the vineyards available, but you will need a car for everything else.
If you travel with children it might not be ideal. Antique furniture (especially chairs), high sinks (too high for a 4 yo who wants to do everything 'by himself'!), the bedroom layout and the position of the garden (our son could not play there unsupervised because of the distance from the house) make it slightly inconvenient for small children (may be ok for a teenager).
There is no dishwasher (we're amazed they managed to squeeze in so many conveniences in such a tiny space, as it is!) and the counter space for prep in the kitchen is basically non-existent, but I'm guessing most people won't be going to Burgundy to cook daily. Some sort of a coffee preparation method that isn't a coffee filter (a French press or a small stove-top espresso maker) would also be nice (although not essential).
There is a VERY pesky level difference between the hallway and the first bedroom. Although we were warned about it and it was easy enough to negotiate normally, going to the toilet in the middle of the night was an entirely different (and very painful) experience. Do mind your step there ALL THE TIME (or maybe the owners can find a way to address this area!).
Having said that, we loved staying in a much loved, quirky old Burgundian stone house and had a fab holiday.
Laura et Franck ont arrangé avec beaucoup de goût cette jolie maison située au centre du village de Magny les Villiers. La maison est par ailleurs fonctionnelle et il n'y manque rien. Nous y sommes venus pour profiter du Festival de musique de Beaune, ville à ne pas manquer de visiter, située à 10 mn en voiture. Nous avons fait du vélo le long du canal de Bourgogne, et bien sûr visite de caves et dégustation de vins. La maison est au cœur des Côtes de Nuit, et sa situation est idéale pour visiter la Bourgogne viticole.
The owners (Franck and Laura) included every detail regarding directions, activities in the surrounding countryside (and cities.) We found everything to be very clean and in order. Wonderful to have a washer and dryer, after biking for a week in Provence! Peaceful walking to some of the little villages close by. All the brochures that were left for us were very useful in finding our way around. Lunches in Beaune and Nuits-St. George were fabulous!
We would definitely recommend this property, especially to a Family.
Everything was comfortable for two people. The unit was very well equipped with wifi etc., but no English TV
The road noise was bothersome for sleeping. The washer and dryer came in very handy. The parking was convenient. We enjoyed our stay, must say that the region is breathtaking.
This sweet house has all of the charm you're looking for when staying in Burgundy. There are so many beautiful details, including the old tile floors and antique furniture. As other reviews mentioned, you have to walk through one bedroom to get to another, which worked well for us, two adults and one small child, who liked that we were so close. We loved the fact that, despite the old details, the bathroom was very modern and had a North American-style shower/tub. Our daughter loved playing in the gravelly garden and courtyard and with all of the different doors and knobs inside the house.
The location is excellent--a few minutes behind Corton with easy driving access to both the Cote-de-Nuits and Cotes-de-Beaune.
A quick warning: If you're a light sleeper and it's open-window weather, it's worth bringing earplugs. Yes, you're out in the country but the house is named after the two sets of bells that ring in the village. And they ring on the hour throughout the night. The main bedroom window is also set right above the road, which gets a surprising amount of traffic, especially in the very early morning hours when the farmers head to work.
Overall, we loved our time at La Maison des Deux Clochers. Laura and Franck are absolute pros, providing so much great information both at the house and in advance of the trip, including tips about their favorite local, often insidery restaurants, markets and bakeries. They do an incredible job of helping you create the French fantasy.
We LOVED our stay in "Les Deux Clochers". Franck and Laura provided very clear directions to the village and home, and parking was simple. The home is very well-equipped with a large bathroom with a great tub & shower and with excellent water pressure. Having a W/D in the home was also great, especially when traveling with kids.The kitchen is small, but very functional, with a view out to the cutest, tiniest French village. This is the second time we've stayed in one of Franck & Laura's rentals, and the homes are clean, comfy, with nice beds and linens. Franck & Laura are great about answering questions promptly. Franck gave me great pre-trip logistical advice about airport choices, and drive times. While we were there, Franck even booked a half-day canal boat trip for us, because I didn't trust my French over the phone. This kind of personal service is very rare. This home is ideal for a family of 4. You must walk through the room with 2 twin beds, to get to the room with the queen bed, and since we were a family of 4 with 2 kids, this layout worked fine for us. The location is great for walking through the vineyards to other little villages, and central for all variety of site-seeing in Bourgogne. There are many great restaurants within an easy drive, and of course Beaune is close, which has everything. You feel like you're staying in a real home, with personal touches throughout. We feel this adds to the cultural experience of the trip. I re-read Laura's book 'My Grape Escape' about the restoration of "Les Deux Clochers" WHILE staying there, which made my week even more special! I highly recommend a stay in any of Franck & Laura's homes.
La Maison des Deux Clochers está situado exatamente onde você quer estar em Burgundy - em uma tranqüila, relaxada vila vinificação localizado entre a cidade medieval de Beaune (10 minutos de distância) e Dijon (meia hora Norte). Você vai encontrar-se na porta do mais pitorescos e famosos aldeias de vinificação da Borgonha, como Pommard, Volnay, Gevrey-Chambertin, Aloxe-Corton, etc, que são agora nomeados coletivamente para se tornar um Património Mundial da UNESCO.
Borgonha em si é muito central. A casa é de aproximadamente 600 quilômetros de Calais, ou um de cinco e uma meia hora de carro. Muitos dos nossos hóspedes fazer viagens para Paris usando o TGV que parte de ambos Beaune e Dijon e chegou a Gare de Lyon, em Paris, em menos de duas horas. Genebra é de apenas duas horas Leste, Itália e Espanha um dia de carro, e Provença ea Cote d'Azur apenas três a quatro horas do Sul.
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 4 noite(s)
|Taxas||Sem taxas adicionais obrigatórias|
|Imposto de hospedagem||R$ 3,82 por noite, por pessoa. Esta quantia terá de ser paga ao proprietário na chegada. Esta taxa não se aplica a crianças com menos de 18 anos.|
Included in the rent: bed linens and bath towels, complimentary WIFI & free phone calls. Additional costs: utilities, cleaning fee and city tax.