Sit in the window seats of the 13th century, repeat this several times a day as did our ancestors who crossed the 800-year history. Former home of the Duke of Burgundy? It is indeed a hypothesis announced by archaeologists working to trace the history of this place.
The story recalled by 15th century frescoes, arched windows in stone from the same time watching the West to get the last rays of the setting sun on the roofs and tiles of Burgundy.
And particularly this mullioned window of the 13th century, walled up since the beginning of the 19th, facing Morvan and which is needed there as evidence of the majestic character of the place.
A strong and rare place, captivating. A history book to leaf alone or in pairs.
Double room of 20 m2 with shower, view of the Morvan, the terrace and the village.
And if you arrive late, reserve your cold plate!