Hidden Burgundy situated in the middle of France is a landscapes of valleys, vineyards, canals, rivers, medieval towns perched on granite rock, bustling markets and an abundance of history.’ La Ferme de la Lochere’ sits quietly in the heart of Burgundy, surrounded by magnificent countryside, local towns which are oozing with charm and rich in history, this fabulous 400 year old farmhouse was once part of the local Chateau dating back to the 1600’s, just a few steps away.
It is ideally placed within easy reach of many of these famous attractions the very latest of which has just been opened by the French Prime Minister, François Fillon ‘Alesia Museum’ an amazing archeological site telling the story of a ferocious battle between Julius Caesar in September 52BC against the Gaulle’s in a hill fort settlement called Alesia. Won eventually by the Romans! Efficient motorway routes A6 from Paris and A26 from Calais via Reims makes driving a breeze.
Rail links with the TGV high speed trains from the Paris airports and central Paris to the local station in Montbard 20mins away with access to rental cars is a great option for those taking the Eurostar or flying in from abroad.
La Ferme de la Lochere, 6 Rue de la Lochère, 21150 Marigny-le-Cahouët, France
This is also where the culinary school experience takes place.