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Chateau Les Roches
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Reviewed April 9, 2014

We travelled with an 10 months baby and were afraid to go to a chateau.... Tobias and Marco were amazing! We felt so welcome.... Our bedroom, the views, the food..... Everything perfect.
It was october and the city was kind of sleeping but the hotel was perfect. I recommend!

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Lusendra
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Reviewed March 6, 2014

Mont St Jean is one of those amazing hilltop villages that arise from nowhere in the middle of nowhere, where there is always an ancient village, castle and church perched on the top. No, Les Roches is not the ancient medieval pile of tumbledown but a chic painstaking restoration of a turn of the 19/20th centuries lush residence. It is magnificently and lovingly taken back to its former glory but with all the comforts of modern life plus more. Guests want for nothing, except in our case, when we booked we had not realised they did not cook on Wednesdays. However, a table was reserved for us in the village auberge 'La Médiévale where we enjoyed a superb meal.

The grounds invite a stroll into the depths of the craggy rocks at the back, where pergola and sensitively placed tables deliberately offer relaxed comfort.

The public rooms almost order guests to sit and enjoy the plump easy chairs. Our room was at the top of a monumental spiral staircase and possessed a D shaped full width window giving a panoramic southerly view of the valley's rolling hillside. Thoughtfully placed chairs enabled comfortable reflection of the panorama. Our ensuite lavish bathroom offered a great view through the 'round window' up towards the village.

Breakfast was a feast of perfection in the period furnished dining room. You name it, it was there and delicious.

Marco and Tobias; Gentlemen, thank you so much for everything. Next time we shall come for dinner.

Room Tip: A room with a view. Ask for the one with the D shaped window
  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 31, 2013

My husband and our three children booked the "Maison au Monument" through the kind hosts of Chateau Les a Roches. We enjoyed meeting Tobias, Marco, and their animals when we arrived to pick up the keys and were happy to be able to make a dinner reservation for a few hours later.

The hosts proposed a lovely aperitif, a special kit made with Apple and earl grey liqueur and a local bubbly white wine. They prepared pasta carbonara for our kids, one of their favorite dishes, which they wolfed down with gusto.

Andrew and I enjoyed scallops as a starter and delicious main dishes. The moelloeux au chocolat was the best I've had in ages, with a melted chocolate center that makes my mouth water every time I remember it.

Tobias was also able to point us in the direction of some nice spots to walk and sightsee. I would definitely return again.

Stayed: December 2013, traveled with family
Thank Sara D
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Reviewed December 28, 2013

We had two overnight stops here on way to the alps and back for a skiing holiday and had excellent food. We also had very comfortable beds in beautiful bedrooms with ample cosmetics in the bathrooms. Friendly welcoming atmosphere. Our hosts were bilingual, obliging, charming and could do no more for us. The house wine was smooth and the best we have had all holiday. We would recommend this as a perfect stop over for couples or families.

Stayed: December 2013, traveled with family
Thank DocSLM
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Reviewed October 16, 2013

When traveling to France I usually try to stay in a Chateau, in order to better absorb the atmosphere.

In this current trip to Burgundy we stayed for 2 nights in Chateau Les Roches, which is a small but wonderful place in the old village of Mont Saint Jean.

The owners. Tobias and Marco, as well as the rest of the staff, provided a great experience.

The place is very well kept, everything's in pristine order and tastefully decorated.

Rooms a large, clean and very comfortable.

Breakfast was large, tasty and fresh.

We had our dinners in the chateau. Their menu is varied, well presented and very tasty.
Their selection of wines is good as well.

The hotel is in the outskirts of the beautiful village of Mont Saint Jean, so if the weather is good you can take a stroll and admire the old and well preserved stone houses, as well and the Burgundy vistas.

Bottom line - highly recommended.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank wisniak
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