These two charming houses are located in the heart of the Cote-d’Or region, making this the wine lovers dream.
Enjoy this part of spectacular Burgundy from this property with its views over vineyards and proximity to a number of wine making villages.
Able to be rented together or separately, this set up offers flexibility to guests.
The two bedroomed property, La Grappe d’Or, and three bedroomed Les Vignobles, can sleep 10 guests across the two, with their air conditioned bedrooms.
A glorious swimming pool is found outside Les Vignobles, with splendid views across the surrounding vineyards.
This is the perfect space for large groups to socialise, whilst smaller groups hiring just one property will still have private access to this pool.
Just a 25 minute drive away is the wonderful town of Beaune, or stay even closer to home and discover the villages along the Route des Grands Crus.
For those who love cycling and walking, take a trip to the town of Chagny where you can make the most of the paths along its canal.
Here you will also find a bustling Sunday morning market.
Food loves will enjoy the 3 Michelin stars restaurant that can find here, with many more closer the villa for you to try.
La Grappe D’Or Interiors
Les Vignobles D’Or is located in the heart of the Côte de Beaune wine-growing region, part of the Côte-d’Or in beautiful Burgundy.
In an idyllic setting in a hamlet surrounded by countryside and vineyards, the nearest village of Puligny-Montrachet (2km) is famous for its excellent wines, especially four of its grand crus. There is a lovely wine trail to follow and it goes without saying that there are numerous wine-makers to visit to sample wines made within just a few minutes by car.
Indeed, Puligny-Montrachet is part of the famous wine road, Route des Grands Crus, which includes other wonderful villages such as Pommard (15km), Volnay (14km), Meursault as well as idyllic vineyards across the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune region where you can sample wines.
Chagny is 7km away where you will find further facilities such as supermarkets. This delightful town has a wonderful market on a Sunday morning and the town features a 100-year old restaurant with 3 Michelin stars! The town’s canal offers beautiful towpaths for walking, cycling (you can hire bikes via the owner) and relaxing and there are some great fishing opportunities nearby.
The capital of this wine-producing region is the famous town of Beaune (10km), where you can visit the amazing Hospices de Beaune, one of France’s most stunning historical buildings. Don’t miss the great market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings and food-lovers should also try and get to one of the thirty Michelin starred establishments in the town and surrounding wine villages.
Furthermore, just 40-minutes by car is the fascinating town of Autun (37km), founded by the Romans and full of historical sights, including a beautiful cathedral in the old town as well as a lovely central square which hosts a market on a Wednesday and Friday morning. There are hot-air balloon rides leaving from Autun, an amazing way to see some of the breath-taking vistas around you.
Dijon (65km), just under an hour away (or forty minutes by train from Chagny), is a historical town with a delightful old quarter and of course famous mustard stores whilst Cluny (66km) to the south is a stunning medieval village most famous for its abbey, a National Monument of France, once the largest in the western world.
Within an hour you can also be entering the incredible Parc Naturel Régional du Morvan where you can discover woodlands, streams and waterfalls, gentle rolling hills and hidden villages. This region is perfect for hikers, horse-riders and cyclists and there’s a great variety of watersports on one of the lakes or rivers.