Enlightened lover and passionate about wine, Patrick welcomes you in a very elegant authentic 18th century Burgundian farmhouse steeped in history & carefully restored to the rules of the art (former barn-stable having retained its superb facade of 'origin in local stones), nestled in a peaceful setting on the south-west hillside well exposed, on the immediate edge of meadows with as privileged neighbors the famous Charollais cows grazing peacefully. At the heart of a charming & picturesque small village typical of the upper Mâconnais (classified 11th century Romanesque church, beautiful traditional winegrowers' houses with Mâconnaise galleries, washhouses, fountains ...), perched on a hill overlooking the bucolic green valley of the Grosne (river fishmonger) & the superb Cluny bocage, a stone's throw from the first vineyards and very close to the wooded foothills of the southern Burgundy massif. Enchanting setting and site - ultra restful & relaxing - in the hollow of a sumptuous countryside & natural hilly setting, succession of meadows, vineyards, ponds, groves & forests. Spacious gîte with good comfort. Large "open" living room of 50m² bathed in light by a large bay window, with a beautiful "cathedral" volume. Warm, contemporary country character, sublimated by the old stone walls & lintels and the original multi-centenary beams. Large gravel terrace (exposed & shaded). Pleasant landscaped garden (with swing) opening onto the grove. Sumptuous unobstructed view of the surrounding countryside. Magnificent landscapes and exceptional panorama. Composition: Detached house on 2 levels adjoining the owners' home (total independence without vis-à-vis). Wireless. Electric heating + wood stove. Ground floor: living room-kitchen-lounge, bathroom (bath + shower), separate toilet. 1st floor: 2 bedrooms (double bed 140x190cm / 2 single beds 90x190cm). Terrace + garden + courtyard + private parking. Amenities 2.5 km.