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Services proposed

Our team

We will be very happy to welcome you :
We speak French, Russian and English.

Standard services

  • Parking (free of charge)

  • Wi-Fi (free of charge)

  • Pets accepted (for an additional fee)

  • Bed linen and towels (free of charge)

  • Baby bed (free of charge)

Services you can order


  • Breakfast (7 euros/person)

  • Transfer to the TGV station in Montbard (€50/up to 7 pass.)

Services 'made to order" (to be planned in advance, call us)

  • Meeting room for up to 15 participants

  • Coffee breaks, buffet lunch or dinner

  • Japanese arts workshops
    (ikébana, japanese painting etc)

  • Special interest holidays or weekends

  • Wine tasting

  • Sightseeing in the region

  • Free: petanque, babyfoot, small boat trip on our pond

More ... for you !

  • Rowboats

  • Vintage bikes

  • Petanque sets

    *made available on request


The reviews of our guests

Our friends were the first to visit us.

Here is the comment of our first guest (free translation to English) :

I am very happy to be first person to have visited this wonderful place. I did not hesitate for long, and I arrived in September 2015. "Madame" Niaza was occupied with renovation and insisted that I visit the area. I preferred to stay in the magical atmosphere of the place: the dining room with its large 18th century fireplace, the park, the canal, the two cypress trees in front, the guards of the facade of the house of the Chateau manager, the ruins in the woods; partly visible, the stone arches bordering the lawn. Not to mention the expeditions with the young guides, Arthur and Alex. The memory card of my camera very quickly became full.

I want to come back here in the spring or summer to relive the same energey and positive experience.

First visitor (too emotional, without a doubt), Irina Sokolova of Moscow.

You could be the second person to leave a comment on this page.

One can also see the comments on Facebook.


We practice japanese painting and we love creative people.

Below are sketches of our territory, from a painter and drawing guru from Moscow, Anna Egida, who visited us in the summer of 2015.


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