20 min by car
Listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1981, the Château de Fontainebleau is a true jewel of French heritage.
Composed of 1500 rooms to discover and a 130 hectare park, you will be charmed by its architectural richness and the beauty of its decorations.
Take advantage of your stay in our guesthouse to visit this magnificent castle and its park: horse-drawn carriage ride, rowboat ride and even overflight in hot-air balloon for the most courageous
15 min by car
A true architectural masterpiece, the castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte was created by the imagination of Louis XIV’s superintendent of finance, Nicolas Fouquet.
The latter called on the best artists of the period to build what is today France’s largest private monument: the architect Louis Le Vau, the painter Charles Le Brun and the landscape architect André Le Nôtre.
The result: a sumptuous building of 5000 square metres and 33 hectares of French-style gardens.
The castle is so sumptuous that it would have made Louis XIV jealous.
20 min by car
With its 5 towers and its 35-metre-high dungeon, Blandy-les-Tours Castle is a medieval castle from the 13th and 14th centuries.
Go back in time in this fortress with its remparts, dungeons, drawbridge and machicolation.
Every year, the castle welcomes artists from all over the world and offers a contemporary artistic program (Fetnat festival, night slots, festival of unusual visits, etc…).
Children and adults alike, you will be won over.
A 15 min.
Nicknamed the village of painters, Barbizon is a charming village whose name is at the origin of a pictorial movement: The Barbizon’s School. Millet, Rousseau, Corot, Monet or Renoir have all set up their workshops in the village.
Let yourself be seduced by its beautiful stone houses, its small paved road, and its flowered walls.
A medieval city, Provins has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2001.
Take advantage of your stay to visit the ramparts and its fortified gates, the César tower or even the Grange aux dîmes.
15min by car and 30min by bike
With an area of 25,000 ha, the Fontainebleau forest is one of the largest forests of France.
This exceptional forest retains its charm in all seasons and will offer you many hiking trails with family, alone or with friends. With a little luck, you may encounter large mammals during your walks (deer, roe deer, etc…)
Hiking, mountain biking, running, climbing, horse riding, donkey rides,… With many marked trails, the Fontainebleau Forest is the ideal place for sports enthusiasts.
45 minutes away by car
If you are staying with your family, do not hesitate to book a day to enjoy yourself in this famous amusement park that is no longer presented.