Large private property (1000m2) of the sixteenth century very quiet to know a little rest and serenity. Stone house, completely renovated in 2009-10 by the Champagne company Valentin, specialized in the restoration of old houses, the interior walls are lime or stone for living rooms. The house is comfortable, spacious and full of happiness. Meals can be taken either in the kitchen or in the large room with its beautiful fireplace and overlooking the garden and orchard behind the house and the beautiful courtyard in front, or under the loggia near the spa. We rent 7 bedrooms, one with a double bed and a single bed, four with double beds, one with two single beds and one room with a single bed, spa (sauna and heated pool with movable bottom for the safety of children), hall cinema, music room with piano, ping pong room, table football, bicycles, games and toys for children, board games for adults, complete documentation for activities and outings in the vicinity. The space for rent includes 14 rooms, 5 bathrooms, 4 separate WCs.
Animals are welcome.
A house steeped in history dating back to the 16th century; 250 km from Paris, 1 hour from Paris by TGV, Montbard station, 80 km from Dijon and the wine route and 15 km from Champagne. Located in the village of Marcenay in Côte-d'Or, near the Church of St. Vorles (X th), listed in the inventory of historic monuments since 1925. A complete restoration was completed and allowed for its reopening.
Marcenay also has its pond, created in the thirteenth century by the lord of Larrey, depending on the justice of religious Molesme, the site passes in the eighteenth to the Prince de Condé who donated to the Hotel de Chantilly in 1736, before the creation of the blast furnace in 1742. The pond is the largest lake Châtillonnais, and it is good to swim in the summer and walk there.
In the surrounding area are several exceptional historical monuments (the Fontenay Abbey, not classified by UNESCO among its World Heritage Sites, the castle of Ancy le Franc, masterpiece of architecture of the Italian Renaissance, other castles of the XVI-XVIIth of which Tanlay, Maulnes, Bussy-Rabutin, the Romanesque church of Saint Vorles in Châtillon) and some unique curiosities, in particular the Chatillonnais museum exposing the Treasury of Vix.