In the heart of the village of Sennecé les Mâcon, 1 km from the A6 motorway, exit 28 Mâcon Nord.
A spring, a pond, grounds on which proudly stands a thousand-year-old Medieval Tower and, opposite the village church, Auberge de la Tour.In charge of this establishment, a couple from Mâcon.Patrick Gatinet and his wife, Jackie, manage a young dynamic staff of a dozen employees.They welcome you in this handsome, typically friendly dwelling featuring pleasant rustic spaces on the water’s edge.
Lovers and defenders of their region, they serve up delectable dishes crafted with authentic ingredients and give them new meaning.
Here in the Saône Valley, just 5 minutes from the town of Mâcon, quality ingredients are the Chef’s sources of inspiration.
To the east, the plains of Bresse, frogs, pigeons and poultry; to the west, Le Morvan and its lambs and the renowned Charolais beef, rib, entrecote, tournedos and the traditional dish of beef and carrots with spices.
To the north and south, the vineyards of Mâcon, Viré Cléssé, Saint Véran, Pouilly Fuissé, Mâcon whites and reds, and further south, Beaujolais vintages with names that dreams are made of.
At the hotel, 24 personalised rooms with 3-star amenities, safe, free WiFi, flat screen TV and free secure night parking.
You can visit Cluny, La Roche de Solutré and its museum, the old town of Mâcon, Tournus, Bourg en Bresse, markets in Louhans, Pont de Vaux, Mâcon, winery tours that we can recommend, all to make the most of your discovery and shopping adventure.