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Description for B&B:Cornflower.The chief characteristic of this single room is one of simplicity and refinement.The soft tones, the Provençal mirror and the delicate furniture make it an ideal place to rest in, as does the adjoining romantic bathroom with bath, toilet, lavatory and antique make-up table.Room Toile de Jouy.This room takes us straight into the eighteenth century.The walls with their Montgolfière pattern hangings will get your imagination going, and the bright colours are full of charm.From the bed you can admire the majestic avenue of lime trees.In the bathroom you will find an agreeable integrated douche, toilet and lavatory.Room Charles X.Nineteenth century atmosphere with marquetry bedstead and mahogany furniture.The monochrome yellow panelling lends softness to the overall impression.Same atmosphere you will find in the spacious and elegant bathroom. There is a large bad to relax in, a toilet and a agreeable lavatory with at lot of space and large mirrors.
Description for GiteThe gite "Catalpa".The gite “Catalpa” or “Indian bean tree”. To get to this charming place which is the extension of the little chateau, you go through an exuberant and romantic garden.Inside, the rooms are of warm colours, the beams are over a hundred years old and the windows look over the grounds planted with beautiful trees.The bathroom with its tender colours invites one to relax.Upstairs, a bright sitting room with comfortable chairs and windows draped with flowered chintz curtains opens onto the big terrace. From there you can admire a wonderfully preserved and luxuriant envoiroment where you can stroll at your leisure. La clairière au tulipier.The gite “The tulip tree glade”. The house in the park has an indescribable atmosphere. Inside, the colours work like a magical medicine, you feel at peace surrounded by shimmering walls and windows which let the countryside enter the house.The sitting room which has a monumental fire place is yellow as is the study and the Louis XIII period furniture.The kitchen with its grey and mauve walls is a room of exception with its original floor tiles, its old farm table and its copper pans. The opening onto an intimate garden is the major asset of this room.The bathroom worthy of the most luxuary hotels reinterprets the past but offers all the modern comforts.Upstairs the rooms with sophisticated decoration have their own personnalities. One is Louis XV and the other Directory.The happy mixture of the colour pigments create a vibrating cheerful place which all the same remains very countrified.
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GPS: 47° 4'39.94"N 3°18'14.39"E Route Description Leave the A77 at the exit 34 and turn left, direction Guérigny-Prémery-Auxerre. Take the first right turn to Montigny aux Amognes. At Montigny go through taking the direction Ourouer. At Ourouer turn left and then right direction Nolay Nyon. After aprox 2 miles take the first left turn direction Balleray. You will see the chateau on you left with a drive leading to it.