Originally from Burgundy, Aline and Gérard welcome you to an old 19th century farmhouse, fully restored with care, nestled in a quiet residential and agricultural hamlet. In the heart of Charolais offering unobstructed views of the surrounding wooded countryside, Champlecy is known for an old 17th century fortified house occupied by Anne-Charlotte Boyer de Chanlecy, the wife of the illustrious d'Artagnan. Small "museum" space near the town hall telling the story of this Baroness of Sainte-Croix, native of Louhans. The national forest of Charolles - former ducal city of Charles the Bold - located 2 km from the hamlet of Chatelvilain, will allow you to take refreshing and soothing walks. Comfortable and bright gîte. Warm and contemporary atmosphere. Large garden with trees and vegetation (swing / sandpit) of about 100m2 with a small gravel courtyard. Intimate and shaded terrace. Composition: Detached house located in a residential hamlet (total independence and not overlooked). Wireless. Gas central heating. Ground floor: kitchen, living room, 1 bedroom (2 single beds 80x190cm which can be twinned into a 160x190cm bed), bathroom (shower), separate WC. 1st floor: 1 bedroom (double bed 160x200cm). Enclosed garden (children's games) + terrace + gravel courtyard + private parking. Shops & services 7 km. TGV station: Le Creusot 46 km.