Accommodation in Jura

 

 

 

A great place to stay in the Jura is at Veronique and Robert’s gorgeous and stylish b&b, Domaine de Saint Loth’, in Saint Lothain.

 

 

 

Domaine de Saint Loth’

Domaine de Saint Loth' is a beautiful 18th-century winegrower's house located at the foot of the vineyards of Mount Calvary in Saint-Lothain, near Poligny. The town is named after a Benedictine monk who founded a priory in there in AD 480 and is ideally located on the Jura wine route that runs from north to south from Salins-les-Bains to Saint-Amour. It’s also well-placed for a break on your way to or from the South of France.

 

The b&b is a large independent suite of approximately 38 sq. m. Situated on the first floor, it sleeps two adults and two children in separate bedrooms. Guests have access to the superb open-plan kitchen for Veronique’s excellent breakfasts, and, upon reservation, for ‘table d’hotes’ evening meals on Fridays and Saturdays .

Prices start at €95 per night.

 

Veronique and Robert have great contacts with local vineyards and can help you arrange tasting visits, as well as tips on all the best local food producers to visit! 

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 If you're looking for a hotel...

 

A really nice place to stay in Arbois is the Hôtel des Messageries, in the centre of the town, on the Rue de Courcelles.

 

 

Hôtel des Messageries

 

The hotel has 18 comfortable rooms, with prices starting at just €47 per night. Marie-Aude and her team offer a warm welcome and will be happy to give advice about vineyards to visit. After a long day’s touring and tasting you can relax and mingle with the locals in the hotel’s cosy bar. 

 

 

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Arbois is right in the heart of the wine-growing area, it has a great selection of wine shops, where you can taste wines from the best local producers, food shops, patisseries and chocolatiers, and restaurants.

But above all it has some of the most beautiful scenery in the region, easily seen on a twenty-minute signposted walk around the backstreets.