Chef Patrick Berton: an original take on tradition

Jonathan THEVENET / BFC Tourisme

Chef Patrick Berton has been running the kitchens of the Relais Bernard Loiseau for over 4 decades now. He strives to keep the very DNA of this iconic restaurant alive.

He uses Bernard Loiseau's cuisine as a solid foundation and adds his own personal touch. In his dishes, we can see the strong attachment he has to Burgundy, and to the Morvan in particular.

It should be mentioned that Blanche Loiseau, the youngest of the family, is now part of his team. She will one day take over the reins herself.

Alain Doire - BFC Tourisme
The Valley of Gastronomy

A gourmet experience between Dijon and Marseille

The Maison Doucet is in the Valley of Gastronomy, a gourmet destination that stretches from Dijon to Marseille. Along this route, you'll be able to discover French culinary traditions, some fantastic restaurants and the work of the local farmers.

The Valley of Gastronomy has an exceptional fine-dining experience on offer for you, alongside chef Patrick Bertron and with an overnight stay in a 5-star hotel, private tours of the wine cellars and kitchens with the chef himself and an exceptional meal at the restaurant with 2 Michelin stars.

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Stay at the Relais Bernard Loiseau

All the charm of Burgundy in a 5-star hotel

Come and admire the iconic oak winding staircase at the Relais & Châteaux Bernard Loiseau 5-star hotel set over four floors. There are 33 rooms and suites with free access to the Spa des Sens, 4 spacious adjoining rooms and a superb family suite.

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To see and do over a weekend

Tourism and sightseeing in the surrounding area

Saulieu: a town at the entrance to the Morvan Regional Nature Park

Saulieu is at the heart of Burgundy, in a natural environment brimming with lakes and forests. This town has all the shops and amenities you'd expect to find in a European-class destination.

A natural getaway in the Morvan

The Morvan Regional Park boasts diverse fauna and flora across thousands of hectares of protected nature. It was created in 1970 with the aim of helping visitors to be in better harmony with their environment and reconnect with nature, while respecting and even enhancing the natural and cultural heritage.

Experience the Morvan


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