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Le Bailli de Montsaugeon

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Enjoy the charms of the Champagne region and Burgundy, or simply make a comfortable stopover at a picturesque site on your way to the south of France, the Alps or Italy. Bed and breakfast Le Bailli offers you delightful comfortable accommodation where you can fully rest and relax. We are at short distance from the motorway A31, close to the main road from Langres to Dijon. As a stopover, your stay at Le Bailli requires in total just about 20 minutes extra time. Our spacious rooms are tastefully decorated and combine comfort with modernity. They are furnished with period furniture and equipped with comfortable beds with upscale home linen. All rooms feature a seating area with satellite TV, wireless internet, large storage space, private bathrooms with bath and / or shower and toilet. Rooms La Comtesse and Le Grenetier have interconnecting doors and can be booked together for a family or larger party.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Free breakfast
Bicycles available
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Banquet room
Non-smoking hotel
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Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
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Wine / champagne
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Soundproof rooms
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Dutch, German
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MrDannyy wrote a review Sept 2022
11 contributions3 helpful votes
Booked a room for the two of us and our baby. Asked the night before arrival if our baby could join dinner. Been told babies are not allowed because they could damage ‘precious and unreplacable’ furniture. Nowhere on their website or booking dot com is mentioned that children are not allowed. Very bad example of hospitality.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Arjan Blok, Owner at Le Bailli de Montsaugeon
Responded 23 Sept 2022
Dear Danny, We regret to read about your disappointment in our services. Unfortunately, in your reservation request and in the emails that followed you did not mention that you would be staying with your son. If we had known, we would have offered you our room Le Châtelain which is perfectly suited for families with children, and this without any extra charges for your 1 year old son. Families are most welcome to stay with us and hundreds of children have stayed with us over the past few years. However, some of our rooms have period furniture and antique objects and because of unfortunate experiences and subsequent damages in the past, we do not let out these rooms to families with younger children. This information is provided by us when we receive reservation requests by families. The maximum number of persons for each room is mentioned both on our own website and on third party websites. The number of children allowed in each room is also mentioned on online reservation platforms such as Booking. We truly regret any misunderstanding and apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused you. Kind regards, Arjan Blok
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JacquiWordy wrote a review Aug 2022
Leigh, United Kingdom13 contributions3 helpful votes
A wonderful stop off en route to the South of France! Beautiful house - the rooms and dining room were so charmingly decorated. We stayed in the interconnecting rooms Le Grenetier and La Comtesse which was perfect for the family. A warm welcome from Arjan, a stroll around the village and then a delicious dinner from Rene really made our first night back in France for 3 years absolutely perfect! Breakfast was equally delicious and set us up for the second leg of our journey. Overall we would thoroughly recommend!
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Definitely book for dinner - the village is tiny and no other options for food - but mostly...
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Thomski wrote a review Mar 2022
England10 contributions1 helpful vote
The place is full of character as many have mentioned friendly hosts, lovely food. Especially ideal for us as we much preferred to travel in a bubble so the accommodation was perfect for that. We ate and drank well but the overall cost was very reasonable!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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KentHazel wrote a review Jan 2022
Kent66 contributions54 helpful votes
Wonderful warm welcome from a charming couple who went out of their way to tell us about the history of the house and village. The rooms were beautifully decorated with an eclectic mix of objects d’art. Our room had seating and coffee table that we took advantage of with our friends to have a pre dinner glass of wine from the sensibly priced mini bar. The bed was comfortable and added details such as chocolates beside the bed, robes in the bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities made it feel very luxurious. We had requested dinner and this was served in the magnificent dining room with a roaring log fire. The four course meal was delicious and the local wine very good. Breakfast too was excellent. We will definitely be returning.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Cold Valentine wrote a review Feb 2020
Brecon Beacons National Park, United Kingdom27 contributions33 helpful votes
We stayed here enroute from England to Switzerland and what a find!! Seriously if you're debating whether to stay here, don't delay, just book it NOW! After 10 hours of traveling this was the most beautiful soft place to land in France. With a warm welcome from Arjan, we were shown around the house and taken to our room. We had booked the family room as we had our 7 year old son with us and it was just perfect. A huge room with an almost equally large bathroom. There were two large double beds in the family room, a small seating area with a tv and a lovely view overlooking the other historic houses in the lane. After a quick freshen up, we took a short walk around the village to stretch our legs and took a two minute walk up the lane to the medieval church - the keys are kept in Le Bailli so it's very handy indeed! The church was incredible, even our son's breath was taken away - so definitely worth a visit whilst your there if you can squeeze in the time. Dinner was served in the main dining room which is a beautiful 17th century oak panelled room. Old clocks delicately chiming in the background along with some soft Mozart playing set the mood perfectly. If you stay at the house you have the option to dine there which is a set four course menu made by Rene - we had the most delicious soup, Beef Bourguignon, a cheese platter and an incredible to die for raspberry posset! Our son had the children's menu of spaghetti bolognese and ice cream which was perfect. All accompanied with delicious local wine and coffee afterwards. The following morning we listened to Max Bruch's violin concerto and had equally beautiful breakfast of croissants, freshly boiled local eggs, jams, cereals and limitless coffee to prepare for our onward journey. Seriously how could we not want to come back! After breakfast the owners Arjan and Rene had even kindly mapped out a scenic route through the National Park and Jura Mountains into Switzerland. It was only an extra 30 minutes to our original journey and we were the only ones of the road so the extra time was barely noticeable. And yes it was only 10-15 minutes off the motorway and back on again the following morning if you wanted to go the quick way. In fact it was our most enjoyable stopover trip ever. We'll definitely be back to stay again!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Michael N wrote a review Aug 2019
Silloth, United Kingdom38 contributions20 helpful votes
Overnight stay en route to Lyon. Probably the best furnished and cared for place we have ever stayed. The bedroom is beautifully furnished and boasts a king size orthopaedic bed in addition to the immaculate furnishings. The bathroom / toilet is of equal quality. The dining room is fully panelled, beautifully restored and a pleasure to eat our delightful evening meal and breakfast there. Mine hosts are absolutely charming - speak impeccable English and even personalised our evening meal to leave out the garlic we do not get on with. Too short a stay but thoroughly recommended if you like quality. It's of such a standard I wouldn't let strangers in if it were mine!
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Ricardo wrote a review Jul 2019
29 contributions14 helpful votes
2nd stay - Le Bailli is a sympathetically restored 18th C town house in the medieval village of Montsaugeon, roughly mid way between Langres and Dijon. As such, it is in a great location for an overnight stopover, either heading for the South of France or to the Alps. However, the proximity to both Langres and Dijon may encourage a longer stay. The family room is large, sleeping four in two double beds but also with space for a sofa and easy chairs and room to spare. The bathroom is well appointed. Breakfast is fairly standard but good with bread, pastries, cold meats and cheeses and an evening meal is available at extra cost which is also good. The village itself is worth a look, especially the church. There are no bars or shops. The joint hosts are charming and provide an excellent service.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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m k wrote a review Feb 2019
Marlborough, United Kingdom34 contributions6 helpful votes
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Absolutely loved staying here. Arrived late but we were still offered the most delicious onion soup and a cheese platter. The room has a well stocked mini bar with lovely cold drinks and snacks. The decor throughout the house is in keeping with the history of the place and totally blew us all away, it's smoky beautiful! The dining room, with its fire and antique furniture is absolutely breathtaking. Even the teenage daughters feel in love with the place. The rooms are huge, beautiful and very very relaxing. The bathrooms are elegant, big and also beautiful. All in all, we need to go back to enjoy again. We left after having enjoyed a delicious breakfast and taken a beautiful little walk up the hill to see the church.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Steve25_12 wrote a review Sept 2018
Esher, United Kingdom252 contributions134 helpful votes
We stayed here on the way back from southern France and were a little concerned that it seemed to be in the middle of nowhere but the setting was fantastic - almost a model medieval village (it would be owned by the National Trust in the UK). Le Bailli was fantastic, very welcoming, full of antiques that gave it great character, and a 4 course dinner that was much appreciated after a 400 mile drive. The Breakfast the next morning after a comfortable quiet night's sleep was excellent as well. If you do plan to stay here please arrive early so you have time to explore the village (a map and history in English is provided ). A great and surprising overnight stop that has made us consider returning to the area to explore the region more - highly recommedned
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Goughies wrote a review Sept 2018
Princes Risborough, United Kingdom18 contributions10 helpful votes
Very welcoming. Stunning bedrooms. The evening meal was delicious and beautifully presented. Breakfast - everything you could think of! The owners have taken great care to decorate the dinning room and bedrooms with beautiful antiques right from the toilet roll holders to the intricate egg cups at breakfast! A fabulous experience one we will not forget.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Bailli de Montsaugeon
Which popular attractions are close to Le Bailli de Montsaugeon?
Nearby attractions include Fromagerie Germain (1.3 miles), Église Notre Dame De L Assomption (3.8 miles), and Château de Piepape (3.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Le Bailli de Montsaugeon?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Le Bailli de Montsaugeon?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Le Bailli de Montsaugeon?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Le Bailli de Montsaugeon?
Conveniently located restaurants include Auberge des 3 provinces, Hotel and Cafe Relais du Lac, and Restaurant Aux Trois Provinces.
Is Le Bailli de Montsaugeon located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.05 miles away from the centre of Montsaugeon.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Le Bailli de Montsaugeon?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Dutch.