Patrick (a former high level mountaineer) and Marie-France, both passionate about nature, welcome you to an authentic Morvan farmhouse full of history from the beginning of the 18th century, entirely restored with care and taste. In the heart of a small rural hamlet overlooking a superb undulating plateau of hedged farmland on the edge of the forest (with the peaceful Charolais cattle as neighbours!), leaning against the southern hillside on the slopes of Mont-Beuvray, an exceptional belvedere culminating at 821m offering an extraordinary view (as far as Mont-Blanc!), occupied at its summit by the "oppidum" of Bibracte, an ancient Gallic fortified town, one of the best preserved with its ramparts and quarters extending over 200 hectares. Beautiful countryside and natural setting in the heart of a remarkable protected site classified as a "Natura 2000" zone. Magnificent panoramic views & landscapes. You stay in the heart of an exceptional private family property of 40 ha with a large natural park with two bucolic fishing ponds (6000m² & 2000m² with carp, roach, perch... / boat available) and a vast forest perfectly maintained. A very comfortable gîte in the former stables of the estate (of which the original granite horse troughs remain). Warm country style, resolutely contemporary (elegant "pop" colours). Refined atmosphere between modernity and tradition. Lots of charm. Cosy and ultra-cozy. Pleasantly large terrace, exposed & shaded. Composition: House with 2 adjoining gîtes (vertically), adjoining the owners' house (total independence without opposite). Common laundry on the spot (washing machine + dryer). Wifi access. Wood central heating + wood pellet stove. Ground floor gîte: living room-kitchen-lounge (sofa bed 2 p. 140x190cm), 1 bedroom (double bed 150x200cm), shower room, separate toilet. Terrace + courtyard space + private parking. Shared park + bike room. Shops 2 km.