Le Chateau De Clairis

Address: Domaine De Clairis, Savigny Sur Clairis, Burgundy, 89150, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Domaine De Clairis, Savigny Sur Clairis.
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Travel Blogs from Savigny Sur Clairis

Driving from Nogent Sur Sein (NSS) to Arbois

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Aug 07, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

Morning walk around NSS revealed a beautiful picture post card country town complete with canals, locks, weir, white swans and cobblestone streets. (See photos) I wonder if we are exposed to these towns everyday whether we will become complacent about the beauty. We headed off around 1030 after breakfast ...

We made it to France

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Aug 06, 2015

2 photos

We arrived on time, collected our car at the airport and Steve ably negotiated driving our Renault on the wrong side of the road to Hotel St Laurant in Nogent Sur Sein a cute little country town. Had dinner at our Hotel which can only be rated as fair and Steve ordered Pork Belly which he has ranked in his top 5 inedible meals of all time. It was squishy and pungent. Really early to ...

Rubbish Site, Good Job Company's Still Perfect!!

A travel blog entry by jbowles on Jul 24, 2015

2 comments, 50 photos

... book, "near a network of rivers and canals, perfect for exploring the Chablis wine region" and we had seen no grapes, nothing but hay, and there was no water! Eventually we saw some sunflowers (thought Iz Whizz would like the pix; sorry they're not poppies!) then we turned a corner and saw a canal. Phew! We arrived at Les Confluents, ACSI 1793, where check in took about 20 minutes as they took all the van particulars and scrutinised Prego's passport. Strange that no ...

Barge on Canal Nivernais

A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 13, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... was full of water, the lock keeper and our boat person would open the gates. We slip the lines, our person jumps back on board and we are off again. Most of the time we were the only boat in the lock. But several times there were two or even three boats, which was quite tight and required a lot of maneuvering and line handling to get enough clearance so forward and rear lock gates could close.

The ladders to get from the boat up to the top of the ...

Moret-sur-prising!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 08, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... It was like freeze frame capture of how the seasons and the natural day light affected the look of the church. Sisley had applied to become a French citizen which due to the slow workings of the departments his citizenship was fully granted the year after he died. A lot of information and stories were told to us by the manager of the Tourist Information who was very helpful.

We bought a leaflet to get the full history ...