Wi-Fi, restaurant, bar, terrace, indoor parking (EUR7).
Yes, but no extra beds in the rooms.
Yes, for EUR8 per night.
No smoking in the hotel.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room EUR80, breakfast EUR10.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Spectacularly situated above the Marne, this hilltop town north of Dijon has ancient ramparts, gateways, a 13th-century cathedral, and a statue of Diderot (he was born here) surrounded by volumes of his encyclopaedia. Down a quiet side street, this Logis de France, an old converted church, is run by its owners, Yves and Brigitte Chevalier. It has vaulted ceilings, well-proportioned public rooms, interesting antiques and country-style furnishings. “A lovely stay,” one couple wrote. Rooms vary: “Ours was spacious and comfortable.” “Ours, very good value though small, had character.” But one room was thought “shabby”. Everyone praises the food: “Outstanding, even the cheapest menu.” “Dinner on the terrace was delicious.” The menu might include trilogie de foie gras de canard; carré d”agneau rôti aux épices. The large terrace is pleasant for drinks and breakfast.