Services of the hotel
- 9 comfortable rooms, equipped with WiFi, television, and amenities
- Breakfast served in the restaurant or by room-service
- Private car parking
- On demand, closed garage for motorbikes or bikes only
“L’Hostellerie Bressane” is a large bourgeois house built in the 18th century, in the centre of Saint Germain du Bois
And it has always kept the character of the former time: red brick walls, typical floor tiles, timbered ceiling, original tiles and oak doors.
The beauty of the place and the keen sense of hospitality of the place’s owners, Christelle and Didier GIOT, will make your stay a very pleasant one in this rural region of “Bresse Bourguignonne”.
Nine comfortable and atypical rooms are available in this hotel, as well as the restaurant "Ho'Gastronome" preparing meals that will delight young and old with its refined cuisine served in a friendly atmosphere.
THE ROOMS ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH REDUCED MOBILITY
Closed parking for hotel gests and if you want to cross the roads of Bresse Bourguignonne we offer bicycles for hire (paying).
The staff is available at any moment you may need their help and will do all the necessary to make your journey as successful as possible. They will inform you about the sites to be visited in this nice region as well all other open-air or indoor activities to do.
Traveller Review Awards 2020 8,8 out of 10 Booking.com
Attestation d'excellence 2019 Tripavisor
SUMMER COMES... enjoy our terrace !
Summer and the warm and sunny season arrives bringing us some nice surprises… perhaps you would like to spend a peaceful moment on the quiet terrace and lounge situated in the inner court of the “Hostellerie Bressane”, just to relax and enjoy the sun and read a good novel. later in the afternoon you may be tempted by a homemade ice-cream…
Then the evening will come and you ‘ll have a drink with your friends or your family to talk about your plans for the next days or have dinner with your partner….!Discover our restaurant
large bourgeois house built in the 18th century