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Urban chic pervades this pretty rural retreat in deepest Burgundy – fabulous. Explore by bike or foot, but don’t miss Madame’s dinners
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La Ferme belonged to Marie-Eugénie’s grandmother and the deft renovating flair of this ex-Parisian couple (formerly in advertising) is on show everywhere, from whitewashed beams to shabby-chic leather sofas. The pretty half-timbered barn (owners live in the cottage) overlooking a big lawned garden is now a fashionable maison d’hôtes. Be charmed by light-flooded rooms, pale tiled floors and exposed limestone walls. Bedrooms are comfortable, delightful – soft colours, modern art; there’s an inviting, books-and-magazines salon and a slick dining-kitchen for delicious meals. Glossy-mag perfection meets deep rural sleepiness.

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"Glossy-mag perfection meets deep rural sleepiness."

"This is rural France at its most welcoming."
"The bedrooms are delightful, with walls painted in soft colours and adorned with modern art."
"L'élégance de la simplicité."
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La Ferme de Marie-Eugénie
225 allée de Chardenoux
03 85 74 81 84