Cultural heritage – natural heritage of Burgundy and Franche-Comté
Less than a 20-minute drive from the guesthouse, the historic capital of the Dukes of Burgundy is also accessible by train from Brazey-En-Plaine station, but also by bicycle by the Halage paths adjoining the Burgundy Canal.
St. George's Night – Beaune
The Wine Coast and its prestigious Burgundy wineries are less than 20 minutes from the guesthouse.
Beaune is the capital of Burgundy wines known worldwide for its Hospices and its great wine making.
Dôle and the Jura Gate
Less than a 20-minute drive from home, Louis Pasteur's hometown has a rich cultural past and the nearby lime forest is a place of endless bucolic walks.
Jura and Franche-Comté
All the cultural, geographical and gastronomic diversity of the Franche-Comté is less than an hour's drive from the guesthouse.
A crossroads of waterways, Saint-Jean-de-Losne is a former mecca of the boathouse. The first river port in France, the city is less than a 10-minute drive from the guesthouse and accessible from home by the Halage Roads
Activities in the immediate vicinity of the guest room
- Horse or pony rides
- Riding lessons
- Pension option for equi-hikes
Walks in nearby forests and paths on foot or by bike.
You can also take advantage of the "Blue Lane" bike path
Sports – aquatic pleasures
In Saint John of Losne:
- Boat ride
- Kayak canoe
- Fishing on the Saône
At Chour Lake:
- Fishing less than 15 minutes by car or 45 minutes by bike
Water park in Dole
The ski slopes of Jura
Stock up on winter and enjoy the ski areas of the Jura Mountains. In addition to the pleasures of the descent, you can admire the view of Lake Geneva.