Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday cottage in Semur en Auxois - 'Le Jardin de l'Armancon'
A real 'retreat' on the banks of the river Armancon, 2 mins from town centre
A real 'retreat' on the banks of the River Armancon, nestled beneath the ramparts of the medieval town of Semur en Auxois, this former fisherman’s cottage has been restored with style by Patricia and local craftsman. Oak, local stone & family antiques add to the character and charm of this ‘petite maison’.
Once you walk through the little red garden gate, the ‘petite maison’ and its setting capture your imagination with breath taking views of the river and beyond. Perfect romantic getaway. Great for relaxing and be away from it all. NEW WiFi connection!.. So you are not completely disconnected!
Open plan kitchen, dining and living space with separate shower room & WC make up the ground floor accommodation leading to the riverside terrace - perfect for enjoying BBQ and candlelight dining under the stars.
Overhead is the cosy mezzanine bedroom accessed by a sturdy hand crafted oak loft ladder. The house is well insulated and suitable for winter breaks.
Patricia teaches French and English and if you want to improve your French whilst on holiday, then it is the place for you. Patricia will introduce you to the French culture, you can discover the area and improve your conversation in the evening. She now proposes cookery classes with a Chef. Don't hesitate, take this opportunity to discover Burgundy Cuisine, please look at her website and ask for a quote. She warmly welcomes you.
* Romantic Getaway
* Adventure Seekers
* Wine Route
* Very special garden
* Small house but very practical
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- not suitable for children
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
Guestbook comments from the owner
We have enjoyed the stay in your cottage. But indeed, the weather was really far from perfect so we could not enjoy the region a much as we had planned to in tems of outdoor activities. We shoul come back in spring or summer. The cottage is really nice - But would have been nice to use the garden.
Hello, my name is Patricia. I lived abroad most of my life, USA, Portugal... and I spend 12 years in the UK. I worked in Sales and Marketing in the IT Industry and I now teach English and French. I moved to Burgundy in 2010 and renovated 2 gites, I am also the founder of 123lang.com. I also work with a Chef and propose Cookery Classes. (Burgundy dishes)
I fell in love with the cottage as a child, the cottage was a family property. The house at the time was a fishermen's cottage with stone floor, no water nor electricity. I decided to renovate it and I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.