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Some cosy places to stay for a winter holiday

There's nothing better than a revitalising weekend break in Burgundy to make you feel better during the long winter months.
On the programme, you can expect long walks in the great outdoors, enjoyable encounters with our winegrowers and leisurely strolls along the historic streets of our towns. Why not stay for a whole week in a holiday gite to make sure your batteries are fully recharged before going back home?
Here you'll find our selection of great places to stay, to start the new year on the right foot.

Hostellerie des Clos, Chablis
Hostellerie des Clos
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Hostellerie du Clos,

Chablis

If you are a fan of Burgundy wines, you will love the winegrowing village of Chablis. This village can easily be accessed from Paris and is well-known across the globe for its Chardonnay.
On the programme for your weekend break, you can expect wine tasting with a commentary from a passionate winegrower, before going back to the hotel to relax in the wellness area.
Before taking a seat at your table in the fine-dining restaurant with fantastic local wine list, we recommend enjoying a pre-dinner drink in front of the warm fireplace. 

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Relais Montmartre
Relais Montmartre
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Hotel-Spa-Restaurant Frédéric Carrion,

Between Mâcon and Cluny

In this white stone house in southern Burgundy, you can expect nothing short of excellence.
After working alongside the greatest chefs, chef Frédéric Carrion will share his passion for delicious, top-quality products with you, such as his superb, juicy Charolais beef or mature cheeses of Burgundy.  
At the heart of an unspoilt natural environment, you could go on a wine-themed tour in a Jeep, before being pampered at candlelight in the hotel's private spa.

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L'Hôtel de Beaune
Côte d'Or Tourisme
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L'Hôtel de Beaune,

Beaune

Head to the capital of Burgundy wines and home to the famous Hospices de Beaune for a much-needed getaway in this small hotel with 7 rooms.
The menu varies depending on the products of the market, but the chef's Bresse chicken remains one of our favourites, that we highly recommend.
As for the wine, you can choose from 800 references, all featured in the magazine Wine Spectator.

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La Laiterie
Gîtes de France
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La Laiterie,

near La Charité-sur-Loire

You'll immediately feel at home, but even better, at this beautiful 18th-century residence, decorated with taste by the owner Anne, for the perfect family getaway this winter.
The residence is very close to Bertranges Forest, one of the biggest forest areas in France, with countless invigorating walks to do. You'll be sure to recharge your batteries before going back to work! 
Not-to-be-missed: visit the nearby medieval town of La Charité-sur-Loire and its church which has been listed a world heritage site by UNESCO, you'll soon see why!

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Hôtel Les Maréchaux
Hôtel Les Maréchaux
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Les Maréchaux,

Auxerre

Isabelle and Fabien will welcome you for a magical getaway in this estate lined with century-old trees, to a residence that is a combination of a guesthouse and a luxury hotel.
Even Napoleon I stopped by this historic residence after his period in exile in Elbe.
You'll enjoy the elegant atmosphere of the bar to sip a cocktail and admire the Victorian-style mouldings, before going for a stroll around the streets of Auxerre, town of art and history.

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