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L'Escale du Banquet is located in Mhère and offers a garden and a terrace. This bed and breakfast provides free private parking, a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast is equipped with 1 bedroom and a living room with a satellite flat-screen TV and DVD player. Guests at L'Escale du Banquet can enjoy a continental breakfast. Avallon is 41 km from the accommodation, while Vézelay is 41 km away.
Pros: Excellent accommodation and perfect hosts.
Pros: The hospitality. Family run. Lovely breakfast out on the patio.
Pros: Our favorite place during our week-long driving tour around the south of France. The home was beautiful, breakfast was great and location was spectacular. A small quiet area, with only a few homes but just a few kilometers away from anything you need in the neighboring towns. Cyril, the owner, was super friendly and great to work with! Would absolutely stay here again.
Pros: First of all I want to thank Cyril for all his hospitality, care and help! It’s the sweetest host I’ve ever met! He’s very kind, interesting and friendly :) The apartment is super: very very clean, comfortable and beautifully decorated. You’ll have everything you need there and if something is missing Cyril will take care of this :) Big and comfortable bed, light pillows, soft towels, beautiful and green terrace, safe and very quiet area. We’ve changed 10 apartments during our trip and Cyril’s was my favorite :) I recommend to visit this small town, it’s cozy, located in wonderful Morvan, close to beautiful lakes and people are so kind there!
Pros: L'Escale du Banquet is to be found in a tiny little village, called Mhère in the Morvan. The apartment is on the ground floor and the owner lives above. The apartment is spacious, comfortable and beautifully decorated with a luxury bath, a treat when you arrive tired. It also has a private terrace, a bonus for warm summer evenings.
Cons: The only downside is perhaps the fact that there are no restaurants or shops close by. But the friendly owner informs you on beforehand by whats-app about the possibilities, including bring your own drinks and meal which you can heat in the microwave.
Pros: Large room with a beautiful terrace and different comfy seating options. Luxurious bath tub in the room, journals and a variety of brochures about the surrounding region. Delicious breakfast and very charming hosts.
Cons: Everything was great
Pros: Really nice people, clean room, very helpful - as it was a bit tricky to find it
With a stay at Au Foudre du Bazois in Chatillon en Bazois, you'll be 9 mi (14.4 km) from Saint-Saulge Church and 9.5 mi (15.3 km) from Castle Chandioux. Featured amenities include laundry facilities, a library, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: This is a spacious property run by a friendly school-teacher. There is a garden that provides some produce for breakfast. Other fresh produce comes from her extended family. There was a locked garage for our cycles. The main road through the town is quite busy but this property is down a side-street and we were not disturbed by traffic noise.
Cons: The town is not as picturesque as some in the area. We were able to have a good dinner at the Hôtel de France, less than 10 minutes' walk away, but did not see other restaurants apart from a take-away pizzeria which is probably aimed at the passing lorry drivers.
Pros: Large comfortable bedroom and a common area with a kitchen. Pleasant garden to relax in after a day of cycling.
Pros: The Gite has been recently modernised and was in very good order. Canoe and boat hire are available as it is situated next to the river and is almost in the centre of Chatillon- en -Bazois. The breakfast was good sitting in a pleasant garden patio area.
Cons: Nothing .
Situated in Cercy-la-Tour, 34 km from Bourbon-Lancy, Chez Casimir features a shared lounge and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer, free toiletries and shower. A terrace with city views is offered in each unit. A continental breakfast is available each morning at Chez Casimir. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy hiking and cycling nearby, or make the most of the garden. Nevers is 45 km from Chez Casimir, while Sainte-Marie is 44 km from the property.
Pros: Everything to like! We spent three days at Chez Casimir and enjoyed every minute and hope to return. Our hosts Philippe and Jessica could not have been more welcoming, kind and generous. We arrived as strangers and left as friends. The house and facilities are all tasteful and comfortable. The bathrooms are modern and the shower great. Breakfast featured excellent homemade jams. The village is also lovely and wonderfully peaceful. We are cyclists and enjoyed the many good scenic cycling options and Philippe was very helpful with advice. There was also a good and reasonably priced restaurant less than five minutes walk away. Chez Casimir has a very high score and this is more than justified. We also enjoyed one evening a table d'hote which was tasty and above all great fun.
Pros: Very hospitable hosts, would highly recommend, exceeded any expectations
Pros: Everything was super nice!
Pros: The Host and Hostess went out of their way to make us feel comfortable. I would say this place is a hidden gem. It is a great place to get away from the city's hustle and bustle.
Pros: Arrived as guests, left as friends. Phillipe and Jessica could not have been more welcoming. Their house is amazing and very tastefully furnished. Breakfast was fantastic We didn’t think things could get better on our cycle trip to Geneva but they did- thanks Excellent recommendation to local restaurant
Pros: Fabulous hosts in a beautiful property
A farm with cattle and fields of wheat and rapeseed, Chambres d’hôtes - Domaine des Perrières is located 100 metres from Aron River and the forest. It offers a garden with a seating area, a furnished terrace and uniquely-decorated rooms with views of the countryside. The heated rooms at Chambres d’hôtes - Domaine des Perrières include a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. They also have parquet flooring and antique furniture. The continental breakfast provides bread, jams and homemade cakes. Guests can also request a regional, homemade meal which can be gluten free or organic. The property is 12 km from Etang de Vaux, 47 km from the city of Nevers and 49 km from Vezelay. There is a free, private car park on site.
Pros: I wanted a French home like experience and that was exactly what I got. Pascale met us with a smile and helped us to get our luggage to our rooms and asked if we wanted anything to drink or eat. But we had already planned to see some friends, however, she made us and our friends a wonderful meal the next day out on the terrace with duck and homegrown vegetables. I have never tasted tomatoes like hers. And the dessert was an apricot torte with a custard base and almond slivers on top., wonderful! The house is situated among low rolling hills and very peaceful, no airplanes droning across the sky. And the sky is full of stars one never sees in the city. I can highly recommend Domaine Perrieres for a peaceful vacation.
Pros: Fantastic place to stay in rural Burgundy, near the Romanesque churches we were touring. Perfect hosts... they also made us dinner (pre-planned with them) as there are no restaurants open near them at the time.
Cons: everything was perfect
Pros: Very welcoming and pleasant owners- very knowledge about the area and its history
Sitting in a valley in Anthien, Domaine de Drémont is a working farm with unrestricted views of the countryside, and has a large garden, swimming and fishing pond as well as a terrace. Vézelay is only 16 km away and Château de Bazoches is 6 km from the property. Accessed by a private entrance, all rooms are fully furnished and are decorated in a traditional Burgundian style. They feature a wardrobe, tiled flooring, a desk and a bathroom. A breakfast consisting of homemade or local products is prepared each morning at Domaine de Drémont. Guests also have access to a shared kitchen, which includes an oven, microwave and electric kettle as well as access to the living room with a fireplace. Additional features include free Wi-Fi access throughout and free private parking on site.
Pros: The natural homely feel. The house itself and the setting.. Just blissful. Arriving and watching honey being collected from hive to jar.
Cons: Having to leave! Such a beautiful setting and perfect for exploring the region.
Pros: We liked everything about it! It was away from the hustle but close enough to drive to point of interests! Breakfast was delicious and there is a shared kitchen where you can prep some food if you feel like cooking! The property is absolutely beautiful and the hosts are very helpful! We’d highly recommend it!
Pros: I loved the autenticity of the room, the design, the location, the owners were lovely.
Cons: Nothing. Everything was superb!
Pros: Staff was helpful and kind, great location, plenty of space to chill and relax.
Cons: Simple breakfast, although it was good.
Pros: very nice and the children they like it
Pros: Beautiful active farm. This property takes you back 200 years. Our hostess was great, Guilaine speaks great English and is very helpful. All of the breakfast food was fresh made, the bread, rolls, croissants, yogurt, jams, honey and even the eggs were fresh that day, from their own chickens. This property is remote so those looking to walk places should not choose it. But if you like quiet and solitude, this is the right place. The stars are so bright at night. The periodic flyovers by the French air force are neat too, But loud.
Cons: Mattress was a bit hard.
With a stay at Château de Poussignol in Blismes, you'll be in a regional park, and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Castle Chandioux and 8.3 mi (13.3 km) from Museum Septennat. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Welcome from the owner
Cons: Difficult to find down small roads
Pros: Fantastic place to stay! The host Margreet was so graceful and kind - she made our stay so enjoyable. She really cares for the people that stay. There is a nice terrace to sunbathe and small pool in the backyard to cool off. The classic French breakfast was excellent with fresh fruit, yogurt, croissants, baguette, coldcuts, local jams and honey. Coffee was perfect! Our family room had separate bedrooms for kids and a fridge to keep lokal cheeses and sausages that we had purchased to take with us back home to Sweden!
Pros: The location of castle in the hills of the thinly populated, rural Morvan, the host Margreet , the two horses and dogs. I arrived in the afternoon on a very warm day, was shown to my room by Margreet's son, then had a beer sitting outside in front of the castle just taking in the feel of the place and chatting with some of my fellow guests, observing the animals. I felt totally relaxed right up to the moment I had to leave the next day. Dinner was great and 'gezellig' as they say in Dutch. it was a one-night stop on a road-trip for me this time, but I will definitely be back.
Cons: There was nothing to dislike.
Pros: The hotel is wonderful for country and nature lovers. spacious family room which is actually a 3 bedroom apartement. Relaxed atmosphere and exceptional host that makes you feel at home. The very good breakfast is served in the wonderful dining room. we already want to come back!
Pros: An absolutely magnificent stay. If you ever wanted to experience the nonchalance/cordiality of the rural gentry and stay with a charming host, this is the place. The surroundings are breathtakingly beautiful and you'll find here everything a nature-lover is seeking. 10/10 recommend.
Pros: This was a perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy simple but delicious food...and the wine flowed. Margreet is an exceptional host who has a true gift of hospitality. Thank you for sharing your home!
Pros: We loved everything about our stay, thank you so much, Margreet! Dinner in the company of the host and other guests was fabulous, and we enjoyed a walking in the surrounding countryside.
Cons: Nothing, really.
Pros: Location was very quiet in the countryside. What a lovely Chateau - lots of history and some interesting paintings..
Pros: Very comfortable, great breakfast and really good value for money.
Pros: Welcoming hosts that invited us into their sitting room to watch the World Cup, which was much appreciated despite the result! Rooms were comfortable and well decorated with interesting details.
Cons: Breakfast could have had more variety though the jams and yoghurt were very good.
Pros: If you want to get away from it all and stay with very welcoming hosts this is the place. Full of rustic charm in a very quiet location(rush hour traffic consists of 2 or 3 cars between 7:30 and 8:30. Joshi and Pim are so welcoming. You are treated as long lost friends. Nothing is too much trouble. We found the few last Km's difficult to navigate. Joshi volunteered to stand outside the property to ensure we did not miss it. As local restaurants were closed the evening we arrived Joshi offered to provide a simple meal. It was very welcome. Breakfasts were simple consisting of nearly all homemade ingredients with jams and yoghurt particularly scrummy. The countryside is beautiful and a great areas for hiking/walking.
Cons: Whilst we anticipated the remoteness you must be prepared for the degree of remoteness.
Pros: The proprietors were very friendly and helpful. We had the excellent optional dinner (no choice), which was served at a long table with 8 other guests. A salad included eggs from the resident hens (and eggs were also available for breakfast). The property is in the country and was utterly quiet. After nightfall the sky was really dark, affording a wonderful display of stars.
Cons: It was perfect as far as we were concerned. Some might find it a bit remote.
Pros: Lovely setting and wonderful hosts. Dinner was delicious and it was great to share a meal with other guests (if you want). Would definitely recommend
Pros: The ladies who looked after us were charming and hospitable. They cooked us a meal at short notice which was splendid. Breakfast was excellent and we left feeling happy with our stay. Secure bike storage was in a very large barn adjacent to the house .
Cons: A couple of better signs to the hotel on the main street would be nice.
Cons: Breakfast was very basic
Pros: An extremely friendly, family atmosphere with great food and wine.
Cons: Nothing to say here.
Pros: The location was perfect if you are travelling by bicycles as it is very close to the cycling route on the canal. The property is a sprawling old building with large rooms. There is plenty of seating in the garden at the back of the property and you can take a glass of wine and sit in the garden. We also booked to have dinner which was served on a long table in the garden and the hosts joined us and the other guests. A lovely evening with excellent fresh food and delicious dessert, all home made. Breakfast was adequate.
Cons: Not the property but the town. The main road runs right through the middle with massive trucks thundering through day and even in the middle of the night. Without air conditioning you need to have the windows open. The property is not on the main road, so reasonably good but we could hear some traffic noise. It would not stop us staying again.
Pros: I loved the smell of croissants cooking as I woke up in the morning, the friendliness of the family accommodation was relaxing and genuine. Alex (son of owner) was a great host.
Pros: Lovely food and great company
Pros: Friendly chambre d'hotes offering evening meal which was excellent and convivial.
Pros: friendly hospitality and great food
Pros: It’s authenticity, home atmosphere, very scenic town..and special care from Elaine the manager
Located in Cercy-la-Tour, Hotel du siecle features a bar. The property provides free private parking and free WiFi. At the hotel every room is equipped with a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Moulins is 49 km from Hotel du siecle, while Nevers is 46 km away.
Pros: I was a bit worried because hotel Du Siecle is also a busy pub and located on a main street. This turned out for the best: the rooms are in a different building away from the street and are well insulated. So I was assured of a peaceful night. The hotel is nothing fancy, but more than adequate for the price. There is even a coffee and tea facility in the room. Within biking distance, there is a very nice restaurant beautifully situated at the canal, called 'Cote Jardin des Nivernais'.
Set in Tintury in the Burgundy region, Hello velo offers accommodation with free private parking. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental or a vegetarian breakfast. Hello velo offers a terrace. After a day of hiking or cycling, guests can relax in the garden or in the shared lounge area. Nevers is 36 km from the accommodation, while Sainte-Marie is 27 km away.
Pros: Very friendly owners. They help you where they can and always with a big smile. Very nice and comfortable room. We can recommend to have diner there because Joan is an amazing cook
With a stay at Hotel La Buissonniere, you'll be centrally located in Corbigny, 12.3 mi (19.7 km) from Chateau de Bazoches and 15.7 mi (25.2 km) from Saint-Saulge Church. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: The room smelled like there was a sent or perfume being sprayed into the room constantly. If your sensitive to odors not a good place to stay.
Pros: Typical small French town hotel near the centre. Busy restaurant good choices.
Cons: Room at front noisy with traffic and guests outside restaurant (until 1am ) with window open.
Cons: Possibly the most disappointing hotel we have ever stayed in. There was no receptionist (key was left on counter) or room service as advertised. The whole hotel was in need of renovation and redecoration. The associated restaurant was unable to offer any food when we arrived at 21.00hrs and even told us there was not any bread that they could offer. An hour later the staff were tucking into huge plates of steak and chips.
Pros: Friendly staff
Cons: Old hotel
Pros: Good central location
Cons: Room was a little bleak, coffee facilities would have been welcome.
With a stay at Chambres d'Hôtes Castel Des Cèdres in Saint-Honore-les-Bains, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Saint-Honore-Les-Bains Museum of the Resistance and Saint-Honore-Les-Bains Thermal Baths. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Situated in Moulins-Engilbert, Auberge Du Bon Coin has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Each accommodation at the 1-star hotel has garden views, and guests can enjoy access to a terrace. At the hotel, the rooms have a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. All rooms will provide guests with a fridge. Sainte-Marie is 39 km from Auberge Du Bon Coin.
Pros: Meal was excellent
Cons: Air conditioning would be a very good asset. Too much unnecessary furniture in the room.
Pros: Friendly staff and great value for money.
Cons: Nothing really for the money.
With a stay at Au Vieux Morvan in Chateau-Chinon, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Saint-Romain Church and Museum Septennat. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: An excellent location to start exploring the Morvan region. The pleasant restaurant with a menu that was reasonably priced.
Cons: The breakfast provided at 12 euros per person : poor viennoiserie, fresh fruit of dubious quality (why not offer fresh fruit salad instead ?) and a very limited range of meats/cheese. Poor stock control led to no apple juice available on our last two mornings. Only one chair in the bedroom. The door into the bathroom could not be closed so there wasn't the privacy one has a right to expect. The evening menu was very limited and failed to cater for people staying longer than one or two nights. Lack of information from an inexperienced staff when we arrived - no details on parking, nor on the swimming pool.
Cons: Very noisy due to construction and inconsiderate late arriving guests Very restricted menu for evening meals
Pros: It was hard to find accommodation in the area, so I plumped for this one...
Cons: The room was up some very dark narrow stairs, which is difficult with heavy cases. The 12 euros (per person!) breakfast consisted of orange juice (from concentrate! ), some pastries and yogurts. Buffet only, no cooked options. Restaurant also had few options so we ate elsewhere, which was the same price but with a better choice.
Pros: The view from the room was breathtaking. Rooms were clean and beds reasonably comfortable.
Cons: The hotel did not open until 4PM in the afternoon. The staff speaks only French. The hotel restaurant was not open, and the village had only one other option for serving food - La Montana. The jury is still out in respect of whether this can in fact be called food. Breakfast was terrible.
Pros: Not a lot
Cons: Staff were very unfriendly. The room was too small. The motorcycle parking area doubled as a dogs toilet. The town was dead and we were forced to eat in the hotel where the food was awful. Wouldn’t stay there again.
Pros: Staff gave breakfast at 7:15 instead of 7:30 as we had to leave early. The breakfast was well done on both days. Friendly staff.
Cons: On Friday evening, a group of local French people were smoking in the bar, inside the hotel, the smoke came up the stairs and was strongly noticeable inside my room and the room of a friend. I found this disturbing. When asked for a beer at 21:45, the staff reluctantly served the beer indicating that it was closing time in 20 minutes...
Cons: The hotel is an older property and although the room we had seemed to have benefited from re-decoration, I felt that further investment was needed to improve the overall experience.
This hotel is set in one of the oldest buildings of Château-Chinon and offers free Wi-Fi internet access and an on-site restaurant. It proposes simply decorated guest rooms with a flat-screen TV. Each guest room at Hotel Restaurant du Lion d’Or is equipped with a seating area and a private bathroom with a bath or a shower. Ironing facilities and a wardrobe are also provided. Traditional cuisine and regional specialities can be enjoyed in the restaurant. A continental breakfast can be taken every morning in the breakfast area or in the comfort of your room. Free public parking is available on site and Autun Train Station is 40 km away. The hotel is set in the Morvan Regional Nature Park, a 1-hour drive from central Nevers.
Pros: Good location, pleasant owner.
Cons: The hotel & restaurant seem to be in various stages of renovation and not entirely operational. New zinc bar, but not open. The owner is an experienced chef and nicely offered to serve us dinner, but eating alone in the restaurant was not appealing. Very weak bandwidth for wifi.
Cons: No food or drinks facilities, cooling fan or A/C. Very warm so poor sleep. No toilet paper. Breakfast very poor.
Pros: The owner is a great chef and cooked us a delicious meal for a reasonable price
Cons: the room was dirty - sheets, blankets and towels were threadbare! Yuck!!! View of brick wall and pigeon roosts.