Closed mid-December to mid-February.
Lounge, bar, restaurant, swimming pool, parking.
Yes; cots €15 and extra beds €25.
Yes for €15 per night.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room from €98, breakfast €16.
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.