North of Lyon, the 18th century property owned by the multi-lingual and international Count and Countness Olivier du Mesnil du Buisson, is situated in the Beaujolais wine-making region. You will be welcomed by a majestic two hundred year old Lebanese cedar, classified as a remarkable tree in France, and a glass of Beaujolais plus a tour of their prestigious garden. Take a break in a haven of peace just 2 minutes from the A6 motorway, or enjoy a longer stay and discover one of the most beautiful wine-growing landscapes in France and since, 2018 a Unesco Global Geopark.
Location and contact
Breakfast : included Payment accepted : Cash, check, check holiday, credit cards (all are accepted) Opening period : April1st to december 10th Restauration : Restaurants in surrounding area languages : English, Spanish, brazilian To come : On the motorway A6 take the exit, then drive 2 km on the RD43 Pets : Yes, if reserved in avance( with supplement), 15 €
In the garden, badminton Nearby leisure : We are in the Beaujolais wine area with wine tastings, wine tours and great scenery.