'The House in the Forest of Fontainebleau is a very comfortable lodging for up to 5 people, part of a private property in the forest. It is well known to bouldering enthusiasts from all over the world. The area has much to offer (castles, historical heritage) ..... and Paris, Euro Disney, Versailles are only 60 minutes away.
The house interior and equipment is contemporary and comfortable.
The house is located in a private property of 3000m2, The covered pool is exclusively available for guests from early April to late October.
Crashpads & bike rental -
Visit personal website: http://www.cotegite.eu/pages/la-foret/
The area around the Massif des Trois Pignons :
We are bordering the Massif des Trois Pignons and the Rocher Cailleau, along the path toward the 25 bumps wellknown to experienced boulderers from all over the world
Fontainebleau: a famous name which evokes for some the CASTLE and its gardens, for others the HORSE CAPITAL
Barbizon, the painters' village:
Home to the pioneers of the Impressionist movement, the Auberge Ganne brings you back in the atmosphere of reaction against romantic classical and academic painting. Corot, Millet, Rousseau were followed by the younger generation, Monet, Bazille, Renoir. Hundred artists were living in Barbizon in 1875.
Next to the famous gorges of Apremont.
Thomery is the village of painter Rosa Bonheur:
The animal painter chose to settle down in 1859 in Thomery. The house and museum remained intact and reflects the personality of this famous woman artist. Until the 60s, Thomery was also famous for its table grapes, Chasselas, and its mode of preservation. Walls that served grape crop were built in 1730 and their total length was estimated at 350 km. Today, many houses have kept the walls and vines and continue the local tradition.
The Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte:
Constructed in the 17th century surrounded by a huge park, Vaux-le-Vicomte was the castle of Nicolas Fouquet, Treasurer of Louis XIV. Many artists have demonstrated their talent in Vaux-le-Vicomte : Molière, La Fontaine, Le Nôtre, Le Vau.
For more than twenty years, the island in the Seine hosts the annual 'Django Reinhardt' Jazz Festival. In the rue du Bas Samois is the house where Django Reinhardt lived and died. The Gypsy guitarist (1910-1953) is buried in the village cemetery.
Moret sur Loing, the medieval city:
The romantic and mediaval town of Moret-sur-Loing transports visitors back to the Impressionist period. A journey 'In the footsteps of Alfred Sisley' The painter spent ten years in Moret-sur-Loing. The fortified gates, narrow streets, Notre Dame church, the Dungeon, the bridge, watermills and the banks of the Loing have maintained their picturesque character.
Blandy les Tours:
Near Champeaux, Blandy-les-Tours is built around a 14th century castle. The hexagonal enclosure is flanked by five towers and a dungeon of 35 m. You can climb the tower and enjoy the view,