Your hostess is Nophert Elias, heiress of this house. French-Egyptian, raised in the Netherlands, who welcomes you and ensures a pleasant stay. She is the fifth generation to provide this Maison Vigneronne, which has now been transformed into guest rooms and a gîte.
Our lovely village of Passenans
Passenans is an old village best known for its vineyards, located in the department of Jura, in the Franche-Comté region. There are currently 350 inhabitants. A church, a luxury hotel, a few craft businesses, winegrowers, each with their own "philosophy" of the vine.
The house "Les Filles Trésy", which dates from 1740, is located in the church district. She always stayed with the family. We share a story and similarities with the former residents of this house. You will see why when you look around.
There is much to discover in the Jura. You can take endless beautiful walks in the woods and along the countless vineyards. Go cycling, visit the salt flats of this region or take a dip in one of our many lakes.
The house "Les Filles Trésy" guarantees a relaxing stay. It starts with breakfast without haste. If you want you can take your coffee with you in one of the two gardens.
They are anyway to enjoy during the day. Lie comfortably in one of the hammocks under an ancient walnut tree. While you rest, read or listen to music I can bring you a drink. You will find many books throughout the house. Ask me when you need something. It's your stay, so make the most of it.
Feel at home
You come here to rest. For a few days or just for a stopover. Take a break. No rush, no stress. Take it easy and if you want, refresh your feet in the water of the fountain and walk barefoot through the grass.
Do you want to eat out? Our village has a restaurant less than a 2 minute walk away, but I can also recommend some nearby. You can also take a nice walk in the village and even encounter camels!
Your bedroom awaits you with fresh linen and everything you need in your bathroom. Ask me what you need and I will do my best to take care of it for you.
The house "Les Filles Trésy" was built around 1740 and is part of my Mottet-Trésy heritage. It was my great-grandmother's childhood home, along with her parents and sisters. All farmers and wine growers.
When my mother died prematurely, my youngest sister and I inherited the house. To honor her memory and that of all the women of the family who have worked hard, we named the house "Les Filles Trésy".