Chateau in french wine growing region north Lyon.
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||30 square meters|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
|Theme||Historic, Romantic, Away from it all, Rural|
Description from the owner
A beautiful, authentic french 18th century chateau, offering bed and breakfast and self catering accomodation. The chateau bedrooms are over 300 sq feet, and are furnished to the highest standards by the owner's brother who is an antique dealer. All the rooms give onto formal french gardens, whilst the self catering accomodation, in the converted coach house, overlooks the rose garden. These appartments have flat screen TV's in the sitting room and a kitchenette.Your hosts, a polyglott franco / american couple enjoy having travellers from around the world and will make you feel at home. With wine from their own vineyard, homemade jams from...Read more
Chateau in french wine growing region north Lyon.
Arnas, Rhone-Alpes, France
Additional Location Information
In the foothills of the beautiful wine region of the Beaujolais. A couple of miles from a motorway exit, surrounded by over 40 acres of fields, vineyards and grounds. A half hour north of France's second largest city, a Unesco world heritage site, Lyon, and less than 2 hours from international Geneva. Secure parking and free wifi. We are surrounded by wineries where you can taste for free our wonderfull Beaujolais wines, a horse riding center is at the end of the property and there are castles and romanesque churches to visit as well as roman ruins.
Location Type Away from it all, Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$173 - $244||$173 - $270||$578 - $899||$1,027 - $1,798||1 night|
|Mar. 1 2012 - Oct. 31 2012
2 bedroom appartment
|May. 1 2013 - Dec. 20 2013
Self catering duplex
|All Other Dates||$173||$173||$578||$1,027||1 night|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Tourist - $1 - Tax
Additional notes from owner
Special 2 night weekend deals available ( not over long weekends).
special 3 night long weekend deals available.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Swansea, United Kingdom
Ideal for touring the Beaujolais vineyards
Normally we stay every year on our tour of France, but had to give it a miss this year(2012) in a bit of a hurry to get to Calais.
Chateau,shabby chic. Easy to get to plenty to see in the area of famous names in wine.. You can stay in the renovated rooms surrounding the old courtyard or like us elect to stay in the chateau itself.. Your hosts & dogs welcome you with enthusiasm.if you are fortunate to be staying when an evening meal is being offered, do stay & enjoy the mix, I doubt that you will regret it. Failing that there is a host of resteraunts in the area to suit every palette..ask anyone where Clochmerle is ( some of you might remember the tv series of the '70,s ) well worth a visit & some great food to be enjoyed in the local eateries.
St. Louis, MO
Relaxed elegance in Beaujolas
Exactly as advertised. Gracious, unprentious owners, fluent English speakers, terrific local dining and touring recommendations. Stayed in recently renovated coach house, one 2 bedroom upstairs with loft, one 1 bedroom downstairs. Happily used, but clean furnishings, comfy new beds, modern bathrooms. Small 2 burner stove with fridge in modestly stocked kitchen. Homemade jam and wine available. Wi fi works well. Common areas in main chateau and groomed grounds open to all guests, as well as walks through the surrounding vineyards. Easily access from highway, 20 min north of Lyon. Great base for exploring Beaujolas, Burgundy, northern Rhone.
great memories of Longsard
If you wish to go off the beaten track in the French countryside, Longsard in the Beaujolais is a great choice. Perfect in many ways, this property and its hospitable owners - Olivier and Alexandra - will offer you so much more than just a place to stay. You can choose between rooms in the Chateau or suites in the coach-house - either choice will bring a well balanced mix of history and modern comfort. The magnificent Lebanese cedars and the linden tree alleys will most likely take your breath away and, who knows, might make you want to come back. It made us, and we will surely return to Longsard!
History, wine and pleasure in the Beaujolais region.
We spent a delightful four days and three nights at the Chateau and thoroughly enjoyed our stay with our charming and friendly hosts. From the moment we arrived we received their full warmth and attention, which extended to enjoying the Chateau's wine in the evening and a delightful dinner on Saturday night with the other guests. Alexandra and Olivier provided us with excellent information with regards to the region, enabling us to enjoy a truely original and enjoyable tour of the Beaujolais region. Our daughter also enjoyed the company of their lovely border collies and Sushi, the cat. We would highly recommend staying at the Chateau where you will enjoy being steeped in the history of this remarkable region of France.