Hôtel Restaurant Le Sauvage
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hôtel Restaurant Le Sauvage Tournus
Travel Blogs from Tournus
... there within the next year or 2. Central Paris for 250Euro a week seems like good value.
We took the TGV train from Paris to Maccon. Travelled at 300kph, quite something. Quiet, fast, 400k in an hour and a half. Nice way to travel. Our friends from Pont de Vaux picked us up at the station. and finally got back to Pont de Vaux. Again!
That was 2 weeks ago, and we were ready to start off again.
However this was short lived. We started ...
In the cold light of the morning, common sense prevails and we abandon the drive down south idea. We are only travelling another short way down the Saone River to Seurre today but first we walk through Saint Jean de Losne to the supermarket near the marina to buy food for tonight. After lunch, sandwiches made with the baguette I bought that morning, we travel for about 2hours down river, part of which is canalised to Seurre. Bruce ...
... propriétaire. Whilst booking in a phone rang, without a word, and with what I thought was a glint in his eye, Le Patron handed it to Madame - "Pour vous, Madame" I could see Madame's brow tighten - "How could anyone know that I'm here?!!". At the other end of the line in english "Can I book a place for three nights we're Danish and coming from Avignon". The crafty old bugger!! Madame with great relief and some amusement, obligingly translated.
The town ...
TOURNOS , MAY 29
Today the riverboat is in Tournos which is the gateway to the south of France. We are going to take a driving tour to Cluny. On the way we saw many small villages in the hills and the beginnings of the c******nay vineyards. We stopped at Chapaize and walked thru the town and saw the small medieval church. The flowers are beautiful, especially the roses.
We then went to the goat farm. ...
Arriving by ten o' clock is definitely the way to go. Other barges and hire boats have departed for the day and the best spots on the wharf are up for grabs. We find the perfect mooring in front of the main town area and settle in for an exploration of the town and decision about where we will lunch. This town was established by the priors of the Abbey in the tenth century and there are still ...