AddressRue de La Grande Charrière
A bit of history
Discover this medieval history Maison Dauphin welcomes you for a break out of time. Secret address in the heart of the medieval village of Crozet.
few words Show more descriptionto introduce our house where you will spend, we hope, a pleasant one.
This character house dates from the early sixteenth century. It lies at the heart of the village
It owes its name to Bishop Dauphin, prelate of Pope Leo XIII, who was born November 10, 1806 and died in Clamart in 1879. He is buried in the church he had built on the ruins of the castle. It was formerly, before the fifteenth century, a hall to the slaughter. Reflecting the richness of the village at that time. This is a fine example of architecture that flourished during the reign of Louis XII, With its facade of granite and limestone yellow blazes at sunset summer.
The "Eat Well"
Our philosophy Meals are served either in the dining room for a nice evening to share with us, or two in privacy.
meals are made with organic or local produce in season and depending on the mood of the cook !!
Breakfast is servedDepending on the time and desire in the living room at garden, courtyard or garden where the birds for company.
course, jam, yogurt, cakes, are organic and "made house".
Local products, fruit syrup, jams, honey, wines, are available for sale.
Prices:Prices may vary depending on the season. Please check with the owner.
|Daily Price||Weekly Price|
|Room (2 pers.)||50 - 65||-|
|Room (3 pers.)||-||-|