In privileged surroundings at the foot of the chaine of the Belledonne mountains a renovated haybarn with exposed beams, view of roof structure through a glass ceiling, stone walls and wooden floors but with a modern contempary touch. A deck to sit, listen and admire the breathtaking mountain countryside and it's wildlife, whilst savouring the pure tranquility and maybe, also a glass of wine ! Special pricing for more than 4 persons for stays of up to 7 days.
The domaine is spacious, comfortable and close to nature. The apartment is very agreable with 2 bedrooms, bathroom with toilet, plus an extra toilet, lounge and fully equipped kitchen.
Among the surrounding mountains there are many lakes nearby for swimming and numerous skiing resorts.
The valley of the Maurienne has the world's largest cycling area with prestigious mountain passes such as the Iseran, Madeleine, Glandon and Galibier. It is also possible to rent out professional racing bikes, VTT, etc.
The Maurienne valley also is home to around 20 ski resorts where there is also access to The Three Valleys via the Orelle gondola.
Authentic XVIII Savoyarde farm, renovated and situated on a plateau at 470m altitude in St. Leger in the Valley of the Maurienne in the Savoie region of France.
Privileged surroundings at the foot of the chaine of the Belledonne mountains.
The property was taken out of the hunting zone 16 years ago and the land is organically managed ( cultivation of Saffron ) creating a haven for wildlife, also horses, cats and chickens live harmoniously here.
There are also a couple of good local restaurants which I will have a pleasure to tell you about.
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Hello, I am looking forward to welcoming you in the Domaine, if you have any questions, feel free to ask !
I cultivate saffron and will be very happy to tell you about the secrets of this spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus,