In the heart of a 2500 m² English-style landscaped garden, spacious 18th century house entirely restored.
Ground floor: dining room with wood stove, fitted kitchen, living room opening onto the terrace, games room with table football, laundry room, shower room with WC and a second independent WC.
First floor: large mezzanine, 3 bedrooms, shower room and separate WC. One bedroom has 3 single beds (2 of which can be twinned) and a double bed (120); one bedroom has a double bed (140) and the third has a double bed (140) and a single bed (90). Cot and high chair for baby on request.
Oil-fired central heating and electricity included. Possibility of renting household linen and cleaning at the end of your stay at an extra cost.
Outside, you will enjoy the pleasant garden full of flowers, not enclosed and shared with the owners. Private terrace. Parking in the courtyard and carport possible.
The Jardin de la Clochette is home to a hundred or so varieties of rosebushes, some 350 perennials, as well as a vegetable garden. It is even open once a year to the public, who flock to discover it (the gîte is closed on this occasion), as well as the village of Charmes, which has been awarded the One Flower label.
Communal petanque court nearby.
Nearby: all shops in Mirebeau-sur-Bèze, open-air swimming pool in summer. Numerous walks in the surrounding area in the Mirebellois and Fontenois, a land and water area. Château d'Arcelot and its garden. The Arc sur Tille leisure centre with its lake and activities. Bèze, one of the most beautiful villages in France with a cave and a resurgence.
30 km from Dijon, the capital of Burgundy, which has been awarded the "Ville d'art et d'histoire" label: Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy and the Philippe le Bon Tower, the remarkable churches of Notre-Dame, Saint-Michel and Saint-Bénigne, the Owl cultural trail, archaeological and fine arts museums, etc. Numerous restaurants, including 3 Michelin-starred ones. Dijon is also a lively city thanks to events organised throughout the year. First vineyards of the Route des Grands Crus in Marsannay-la-Côte, at the start of the Route des Grands Crus, whose Climats are a Unesco World Heritage Site.