Good Hotel Guide Review
In the “charming, quiet setting” of the tree-filled main square of this famous Burgundy wine village, this well-modernised old hostelry is owned by Thierry and Suzanne Gazagnes. The emphasis is on the food; there is no residents” lounge and the bedrooms vary: some are “huge and luxurious”; smaller ones at the top are “functional”, all were renovated in 2014. There are also 3 rooms in an additional building, Villa Christine. The chef, Luc Filoé, has a Michelin star, and visitors wrote: “There was a generous welcome into the restaurant, and dinner was a delight. We were left in peace to enjoy the experience, but friendly waiters arrived when needed. Our small room was adequate for an overnight. The small bathroom was modern but the bath was short.” Breakfast, in the restaurant, or at tables under the canopy on the terrace facing the square, “was of the same high standard as dinner: ample choice, smiling, attentive service”. The list of white Montrachets is “of telephone-directory size”, and many are “hugely expensive”. Yet the place is “unpretentious, charming”. The bar/lounge has a wood fire and 16 wines by the glass.
10 Place Du Pasquier De La Fontaine
00 33 3802 1300 6
Closed end of November, December, beginning January.
Wi-Fi, lounge/bar, restaurant, terrace, parking.
Yes, classical music.
Yes, cots and extra beds available.
Yes, for no charge.
No smoking in the hotel.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room from €173-€182, breakfast €18.