This room is strictly non-smoking.
Located in the main House 18 th,like all the other rooms in the house, this one also has a story behind it. Cousin Julien was the brother of the first owner of the house (Hippolyte), adventurer in the family, fortune seeker in Americas. His suitcase is still at the bedside and full of memories.
Cousin Julien must have dreamt his adventures under the beautiful ceiling beams, in this room we get to by the magnificent Burgundy stone stairs, dating from the end of the XV century.
Today, this attic room offers a wide leather chair to create one’s own dreams, large bed (160 x 200 cm), writing desk and a closet with a beautiful Directory chest of drawers.
Separate bathroom sink and toilet complement the set up for your peaceful rest.
Four small windows will let your dreams fill up with the stunning surprises of south Burgundy, beautiful stones, glorious wines and exploratory spirit.
If you choose to stay longer than 3 nights there is an option to use a kitchen for free and a comfortable lounge, on request. A Garage is available on request too.
Exploring the town of Cluny starts with the Cluny Abbey. This Abbey was the beacon of Christianity for the whole Europe and, until the construction of St Peter’s basilica in Rome was the largest European church! Imagine the continuous 900 years of monks’ life in Cluny!
All you have to do is take a stroll in the heart of the town, between Romanesque and Gothic art, following the bronze nails on the way, representing the Paschal Lamb, and an arrow.
If in the mood for exploring further, just at half an hour from Cluny there is small “sister” of Cluny Abbey: Tournus. For the food lovers there are four starred restaurants to justify this journey.
Surely some of our visitors will share cousin Julian’s spirit…