Guyot cottage

Rents a furnished gîte of 150m² in a detached house on a 20 ares plot of land, half of which is planted with vines. It is ideally located in the village of Montain, between Lons-le-Saunier and Voiteur in Revermont.

It is composed on the first floor:

A dining room and a lounge area, a fully equipped kitchen, ub wc, a bathroom with double washbasin, a first bedroom with a motorised 160 bed with cupboard and chest of drawers (blue bedroom), a second bedroom (Asia) with a 160 bed and a piece of furniture and cupboard in an Asian and Zen decoration.

A balcony allows you to enjoy the landscape and the tranquillity of the place.

On the second floor :

A third bedroom (Chat), more cocooning with a bed of 140, desk and cupboard, a fourth bedroom with a king size bed of 2m/2m and a very nice view of the village of Lavigny, finally a shower room equipped with toilets.


The outdoor area surrounding the house allows you to relax on the deckchairs at your disposal, or to eat à la plancha or to let off steam with outdoor games (pétanque, molky, ball).

A large and spacious courtyard allows parking for several vehicles if you come with family or friends.


The location of this gîte allows you to visit the most of the most beautiful tourist sites in the Jura including the immediate proximity of two of the most beautiful villages in France (Baume-les-Messieurs and Château-Chalon), the vineyards and numerous lakes and bathing places (Clairvaux-les-Lacs, Chalain, Vouglans and Desnes). The proximity of the prefecture town of Lons-le-Saunier with its numerous museums and facilities, cinema, swimming pool, media library, bowling alley and of course shops.

The Jura is also a department conducive to the practice of many sporting activities, including hiking, which you can practice alone or accompanied by the owner of the premises and thus benefit from his advice and knowledge.

This gîte will give you a change of scenery but also the comfort to feel at home.

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I look forward to welcoming you and helping you discover the Jura.


Photo credits Albert Wolff