The main property was originally a huge stone barn dating from the early 19th century, giving carte blanche to renovate with large, bright spaces inside, privileging the views from its dominating position at 450m altitude. Now a thriving small hotel run in a bed and breakfast style, plus a ground floor apartment for handicapped guests and spacious owners accommodation to finish off.
On the ground floor, you are welcomed into the high central hallway. To the rear is the guests’ day area, with dining room one side and a salon to relax in on the other, with a wood-burning stove for winter cosiness. From the windows are far-reaching views of the Mâconnais hills. To one side of the hallway is the downstairs of the owners’ apartment, with 2 living rooms in a simple habitable state and the kitchen which doubles for the B&B business. To the other side, the renovated self-catering guest apartment, with 2 bedrooms, living area, shower room and WC, adapted for reduced mobility use.
The guest rooms are on the split level first floor, all large and some with 2 or 3 beds to host families. Each bedroom has its own shower with WC and individual water heater. There are individual electric radiators to control the heating according to use.
On the same landing is a linen cupboard and 2 good-sized bedrooms and shower room for the owners, still in a simple habitable state.
The property has mostly double glazing throughout, good insulation and electric heating. Other benefits are mains drainage, access to the facilities in the village on foot and a high speed internet connection.
All necessary furnishings and equipment to continue the business are included in the sale.
Please contact us for further photos, room measurements and business details.
A perfect opportunity to take over a flourishing tourist business between the Beaujolais and the Mâconnais vineyards.
The furthermost department of Burgundy, with Chalon sur Saone as its main city, and Macon as its capital. Loved because of its Rivers and canals and the many cycle routes along them. A wide variety of landscpapes: The fertile Bresse plain to the east, the wine hills in the middle, and rolling country side with charollais cows to the west.
The area between Chalon sur Saone and Cluny, to the west of the A6 mototrway, with beautiful rolling hills and vineyards in their valleys.