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 : Tables d’Hôtes for a minimum of 6 guests.
Dinner price : 38 €
Restaurants in surrounding area languages : English, Spanish, brazilian To come : On the motorway A6 take the exit, then drive 2 km on the RD35 Pets : Yes, if reserved in avance( with supplement), 15 €
In the garden, badminton, boules, or just lazing around under century old trees.
Wine tasting of our own wine. Nearby leisure : We are in the Beaujolais wine area with wine tastings, wine tours and great scenery.
Lyon is 30 minutes south with its Unesco old town and world renown Textile and Fine art museums, as well as the roman ruins.
Historical Cluny is 30 minutes north with its state stud and numerous horse competitions. Two famous gardens to visit, at St Bernard and Bionnay.