Fully renovated 18th century house in little medieval town on the Hautes Côtes de Beaune. Nicely decorated, retaining traditional features of this old family house: period tiling, old floor tiles, parquet floors, exposed stone walls, moulding, stained-glass, etc. Ground floor: light & airy living room with dining area and fitted kitchen, cosy TV lounge, bedroom (double bed), bathroom/WC (period washbasin). 1st floor (old floor tiles throughout): 3 bedrooms (queen-size bed) (queen-size bed, balcony) (3 single beds, balcony), shower room/WC. Enclosed courtyard at back of house with large covered terrace perfectly equipped for relaxation. Little garden edged with hydrangeas. Oil-fired central heating. Public parking. Busy road nearby but very good soundproofing inside gîte.|All shops/services in Nolay, a medieval town (Station Verte de Vacances label), with 14th century market hall (stone roof) and 15th/17th century church. Narrow medieval streets lined with half-timbered houses. Ideally located, 60km from Dijon (capital of Burgundy) and 18km from Beaune (capital of Burgundy wines) with its famous Hospices (UNESCO World Heritage site) and the Route des Grands Crus from Dijon to Santenay. You can visit many tasting cellars nearby. Outdoor activities: walking/hiking trails, 'Voie Verte', lake, cliffs, etc. Morvan Regional Nature park also 30 min. away. Many places of cultural interest: Autun (Gallo-Roman past), Le Creusot (industrial past), châteaux of La Rochepot, Pommard, Couches, Sully, etc.