Great 19th century manor house, renovated over the years and maintained in its natural state, set in beautiful grounds. Cosy ,quaint rooms furnished with antiques. Original music room with Erard baby grand piano. Access to good classical and jazz cd collection. Nice library with varied books on the area. Healthy and generous organic breakfasts.
Three room suite with Piano room and direct access to the terrace and garden. One bedroom with a double bed and another one with a single bed. From the piano room. HI-FI and great jazz CD collection available. Rates are for two persons. Extra guest fee is $33(26euros)
Three room apartment with full equipped kitchen and private bathroom. Displayed rates are for two persons: Three persons 66EUR. Four persons 80EUR
4.6 on September 23, 2013
Me and my husband were amazed by this place. It is huge with several rooms and garden and so on. Everything is very autentic and there plenty of different small things what makes this place special: piano, a lot of cd's, the bath and so on. Our breakfast was fantastic, everything was fresh and home made. Florance are very nice and it was pitty to stay only one night. This place worth to stay at least for the weekend orr all week.
5 on July 29, 2013
My girlfriend and I were very impressed by this 'out on the country' B&B. We stayed there for two nights. We got a large part of the ground floor consisting of 3 rooms and also a bath room that we all had to us selves. One room were the living room where the lovely breakfest was served. The other were our beed room with a large good beed. The last were a libery with lots of books and magasins. From the living room we had an exits to the garden. The rooms were very good and well organised. Mrs Gauthier made us a lovely breakfest with local organic ingrediens and a lot of fruits from her garden. She made the best home made crossaints and her own jam and marmelade. They were a very nice couple. Helpfull and service minded. We will deffenetly stay there again for our next trip to Bourgonge.
4.4 on September 21, 2009
We stayed for a night at Charrieres. From outside it looks not very inviting. Inside it is. Mme Gaulthier showed us everything how to use. But we just want to sleep. There is everythink you need. Some thinks are old... The bath is new. Breakfast was very much better than we thought. Mme Gaulthier is a very friendly and helpfull Person.
Hills, Countryside, Village, Wine country
Lyon, France (LYS-Satolas) 80 miles
Highway A432 for 5 miles. Join the A42/E611 Highway towards Lyon/Villefranche-sur-Saone and drive for 5 more miles. Then take the A46 on the direction to Paris. You will join the A6 and drive for 35 miles to the exit #29 (Charnay Les Macon). Take the N79 road westwards. Drive for approximately 15 miles and take the D987 exit towards Trambly. Ride for 4-5 miles. The Inn is in the upper side of the village. Once in Trambly, turn right from the D987 and drive by the church through the village. At the end of the street, turn left and drive for 500 yards.
Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, chateaux, Cluny , Tournus ,Paray le Monial, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Copier, Internet Service, Piano, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio
Florence & François Gauthier
some spanish, English, French
François is a fan of jazz music. He is also a stone carver and painter. You will see Florence's woven tapestries displayed all around the house