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Our places to stay in Burgundy include several in the world famous Burgundy wine producing area. English speaking visitors usually refer to the region as Burgundy.
This is a popular area of France with tourists, who come here for wine tours, good food and some notable sights, for example the Benedictine monastery of Cluny. Running through it, more or less north to south, is one of the great road arteries of France, the autoroute that links the north-east of the country via the Rhone Valley to the Provence and the Mediterranean in the south.
As elsewhere, our selection of places to stay in Burgundy offers an exceptionally interesting range to choose from: guesthouses (chambres d'hote), restaurants-with-rooms and small hotels. Whichever, they all have the special qualities of hand-picked character and charm we seek out. Among longstanding favourites we have: Villa Louise, Le Moulin des Ruats and Chez Camille.