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Guest book

  • 1979
    Tom JONES, President Valéry GISCARD D’ESTAING
  • 1975
    Princely family of MONACO, Annie CORDY , Otto PREMINGER, Mireille MATHIEU, Prince FAYCAL
  • 1971
    Emperor Hiro-Hito
  • 1970
    FERNANDEL, Yves ST-MARTIN
  • 1967
    Annie GIRARDOT, Yves MONTAND, Claude LELOUCHE
  • 1964
    Jacques BREL, Jean SEBERG, Romain GARY, Michèle MERCIER, Marcello MASTROIANNI
  • 1959
    King Mohammed V of MOROCCO

Relaxation & Leisure

Swimming pool & park

The Hôtellerie du Bas-Bréau welcomes you to enjoy a calm and relaxing stay.

Stroll through the inn’s one-hectare grounds and, when the fine weather returns, enjoy the heated outdoor swimming pool (open only during the high season).

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Fontainebleau & its forest

Weaving between the world’s most beautiful trees, boulders and across moorland, over 25,000 hectares, including a 20,000 hectare managed estate, these paths are perfect for walkers, hunters, and lovers of open-air sports. The only limit to this vast forest is the “bornage” - a pathway that encircles the Fontainebleau forest.

On the fringes of this forest, in the surrounding countryside, the legend of Barbizon – the French “school of nature” established by Corot, Millet, Rousseau and many other painters – was born.

Museums & castles

Come and discover some of many museums, such as the Millet Museum, the Barbizon School Museum, known as the “Auberge Ganne”, and the museum of art glassware at Noisy sur Ecole.

Built around its old covered market, the town of Milly-la Forêt is the starting point for walks in the great forests of Trois-Pignons and Coqibus. Also worth visiting is the Jean Cocteau Chapel and its famous museum.

 

Around Bas Bréau stand such magnificent castles as Fontainebleau, Courances and Vaux le Vicomte.

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Activities

 

Mountain biking, rock climbing and horse riding equipment is available for hire. Although Barbizon is still a village of painters, walkers and sports lovers have also answered the call of the forest. On Saturdays and Tuesdays from late October to late February, you can follow the hunting hounds on horseback or by carriage.

The ancient forest of Bière has always been an ideal spot for hunting. It also holds a special place in the hearts of hikers and climbers.

Tourism

Châteaux hôtels collection

HÔTELLERIE DU BAS-BREAU

22 grande rue
77630 BARBIZON
Tel. : +33 (0)1 60 66 40 05
Fax : +33 (0)1 60 69 22 89
Mail : basbreau@slh.com