Welcome to Les Roches!

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We acquired Les Roches in 2003 and completely renovated the building for the purpo­se of creating a boutique B&B with five spacious bedrooms each unique and with private bathrooms. After 18 months of renovations, we opened for business in 2005 (also one of the great vintages for Burgundy wines!). The "Gardener's Cottage" was renovated in­ ­200­6 ­and ­­became a luxury self-catering cottage in 2007. At the end of 2013, we started to offer a second luxury self-catering house "La Maison au Monument" in our village of Mont-Saint-Jean.

We offer dinners five nights per week and our menu changes on an ongoing basis depending on the season and what fresh ingredients are available locally. We also provide complimentary WiFi (available in the public rooms, bedrooms and Gardener's Cottage) and have a fitness studio featuring TechnoGym equipment.

Les Roches was built in 1901 and was commissioned by a Parisian Judge who dedicated the house to his mistress. The property has changed hands a few times since but remained a private secondary residence until 2003.

Les Roches is set in a four-acre park and is situated in a pretty hilltop medieval village of Mont-Saint-Jean with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. Mont-Saint-Jean is located in the heart of Burgundy and is within an easy reach of the famous Burgundy wine areas, historical sites and other popular places of interest.

At Les Roches, you will feel at home and can relax in the salon, library, terrace, lawns, park and enjoy many peaceful nights sleep in your bedroom. We will endeavor to make your stay in Burgundy a memorable one by suggesting day trips given your interests, recommend some of our favorite vineyards for wine tasting and propose restaurants that you may like.

We look forward to welcoming you to Les Roches soon!

Tobias, Marco and team
 

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    Château les Roches appears in Alastair Sawdays guide and website

Château les Roches appears in the Sawday's guide and website. Read what Alastair Sawday writes about Château les Roches here »­