Synonymous with the great white wine names of France, Chablis is considered by purists to be the only wine good enough to drink with oysters! Occuping a circle roughly 20 km in diameter, these vineyards encircle the small town of Chablis, which, naturally, is full of ’caves’ for ’dégustation’.
A former farm building in the courtyard of a splendid fortified property dating from 1010, once a hunter’s lodge and more recently a working farm.
In a peaceful hamlet amongst the forests of the Vosges, this former 18th-century renovated farm has kept its beamed ceilings and stone walls.
This well-equipped semi-detached holiday property is located in south Burgundy, not far away from Cluny and its abbey.
Situated in a mediaeval fortified village, this converted property boasts spectacular views over the rolling Burgundy countryside.
Surrounded by rolling fields, this holiday property is the ideal base for a large family or group to discover the wonderful countryside of southern Burgundy.
Nestled in a hamlet at the door of the most famous vineyards of Burgundy, this charming detached holiday property is enhanced by a large living room with original beams and stone walls.
This former gardener’s cottage is in an elevated position, with extensive rural views just 1km from Héry.
Set in extensive grounds, this former renovated mill offers a design interior including contemporary paintings.
In the heart of Burgundy, between Chalon-sur-Saône and Cluny, near Mont-Saint-Vincent, is this charming holiday home which offers a panoramic view of the surrounding hills.
At the foot of the Jura Mountains and Vosges, this charming holiday home awaits you in Vitrey-sur-Mance, and will be an ideal base for discovering the Franche-Comté region.
This semi-detached modern apartment situated in a converted traditional barn, is located in a small agricultural village and makes an ideal holiday base to discover Burgundy, including its historic and magical places such as Beaune, Dijon, Vézelay, Cluny, its castles and numerous romanesque churches, its picturesque medieval villages, not to mention its Wine Roads.
Nestled in the heart of Jura Mountains, this detached chalet offers panoramic views over the valley.