Closed mid-December to mid-February.
Lounge, bar, restaurant, swimming pool, parking.
Yes; cots EUR15 and extra beds EUR25.
Yes for EUR15 per night.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room from EUR98, breakfast EUR16.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Near Beaune, this former residence of the Knights of Malta, turreted and creeper-covered, dates in part from the 12th century, but the château itself is 19th-century. Owned and run by Delphine Gautier, it stands in its own lovely park, with a ‘romantic’ ornamental pond and a sizeable swimming pool. An enthusiastic visitor said: ‘We had a lovely stay, we were made so welcome. Our meal was superb.’ (local Burgundian dishes). There is a beautiful dining room, with white tablecloths, pink flowers, panelling, wooden floor, a large fireplace. Aperitifs and breakfasts can be served in the garden. The cheapest bedrooms are small; the best rooms, in the annexe, the 12th-century commanderie, are large and luxurious; some have a four-poster. Front rooms hear a busy road.