XHTML 1.0 Transitional Le Champ du Four is a spacious 19thC renovated stone farmhouse in the heart of France. It is situated in tranquil farmland near the commune of Trivy, between the historic village of Cluny, whose 11thC Abbey was the largest in the world, and medieval Charolles, the town which gave its name to the famous Charolais cattle. Le Champ du Four is fully self contained, with 3 bedrooms sleeping up to 6 people, a large dining and family area with a separate lounge room. It has a courtyard which provides off-street parking and a large lawn area allowing al-fresco dining, barbecues or simply somewhere to relax under the shady trees. See our Farmhouse page for more details. The village of Dompierre les Ormes, 3 km to the south, has all the shops for day-to-day needs including bakeries, butchers, a grocery store, wine merchant, restaurants, hairdressers and a weekly market, There is a municipal swimming pool for the warmer months. Within easy walking distance are the communes of Trivy, 500 metres north, which has a village hall, post office and Romanesque church; and Chandon, 600 metres south, which boasts two excellent restaurants overlooking a picturesque lake. Both have comprehensive menus and moderate prices, and the Maconnais and Beaujolais wines are highly recommended.   A wide range of activities and attractions are nearby to suit everybody's interests: Historic towns and markets Chateaus and museums Restaurants with offerings from rustic local fare to gourmet dining Cathedrals, abbeys and basilicas Wine routes of Burgundy and Beaujolais Walking and bike tracks See our Regional page for more information. We always ask for feedback from guests to be able to improve the farmhouse experience for future visitors. Some excerpts of what our guests have told us: "What a great place!  Bigger than expected, very comfortable and the living-dining area had loads of rustic appeal. R&R S, Shepparton, Victoria. "We had a lovely holiday in Trivy.  The house was very homely and well appointed.  We managed to shop in the surrounding markets and spent several interesting days at Cluny, Charolles, La Clayette, etc.  It certainly is a beautiful part of France. G&P L, Hawthorn, Victoria. "We had a fabulous time. The house came with everything we needed & provisions were easily obtainable… I felt quite sad when the two weeks were up. I will certainly recommend it to anyone I know who is considering a trip to Burgundy. CW, Northcote, Victoria. "In a nutshell, our stay at the farmhouse was fabulous. Our first impression was that the farmhouse was cute and cosy, nestled into the base of rolling green hills, just as we'd imagined... The cottage was fitted out really well, it had everything we needed.  The coffee maker was a real blessing too, we gave it a really good workout. DA, Brighton, Victoria. "The farmhouse is just gorgeous - it is so roomy, loads of character, and also very cosy with the fire going. Our first impressions were basically to be blown away with how lovely it was, in such a beautiful location and also how well you have it fitted out with everything we could possibly need, supplied. LT, Tolmie, Victoria. Powered by Hoffman Web Design Dining Table Lounge Fireplace Holiday in a stone French farmhouse. Close to villages and attractions for convenience. Far enough from noise & crowds to relax and unwind. Large enough to spread out and enjoy the space. Reading on the Lawn Shady Lawn House with Ivy