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Best known for its vineyards, chateaux, mediaeval churches and of course its cuisine, some of the best places to stay in Burgundy can be found in more off the beaten track locations.
The area has huge history; for centuries Burgundy remained independent from the rest of France, ruled by its powerful Dukes. This rich heritage can be seen all over the area from the ruins of Cluny monastery to the numerous chateaux that dot the countryside.
In Burgundy (or Bourgogne as the French call it - hence Beef Bourguignon) there are thousands of excellent small scale producers of both red and white wine. By far the most commonly grown grapes in Burgundy are Pinot Noir (red) and Chardonnay (white).
Although Burgundy sounds red to English-speaking ears, more white wine is produced there than red. Domaines, (when similar producers are marketed together as one type of wine, as opposed to chateaux where everything from growing the grapes to bottling is done in one place) are the norm in Burgundy.
The villages of Chablis and Nuits-St-Georges whose names will be familiar to anyone who has ever lifted a wine glass to their lips are both in the region.
In the centre of the region, the national park covers 1,000 square miles of wild, unspoilt and protected landscape with verdant forests, clear blue lakes and villages with tree-shaded squares and the kind of family run brasseries that can make a holiday in France.
Some of the best places to stay in Burgundy can be found here: The Bernard Loiseau - La Côte d'Or is a restaurant with rooms in an idyllic setting within the park. Nearby hotels with easy access to the park are the Chateau Les Roche, Le Moulin des Templiers and the Chateau de Vault de Lugny.
There are so many chateaux to see in Burgundy that it would be possible to spend an entire holiday wandering their corridors and marvelling at remarkable rooms.
The Italian Renaissance-style Chateau d'Ancy le Franc built in the 16th Century for the Dukes of Burgundy houses the biggest collection of Renaissance murals in France.
The once abandoned 17th Century Chateau de Cromatin, restored in the 1980s has gardens as spectacular as its gilded interiors. The garden, with its maze, aviary, fountains and theatre garden is considered one of the finest pleasure gardens in France.
There are loads of them. Try Chateau de Couches which has vineyards, underground tunnels and a 15th Century Chapel or the Chateau de Blancey which has a well-known rose garden is well worth a visit.
One of the best places to stay in Burgundy is the Chateau d'Igé. Stone-flagged floors, winding staircases, fairytale turrets, huge hearths and a beamed dining room make this an atmospheric spot in a well-established, impeccably maintained garden. Food is delicious and distinctly Burgundian in flavour.
The best-known regional specialities of Burgundy are probably Beef Bourguignon, the region's signature dish and the stinky, runny irresistible Epoisses cheese which comes from the village of the same name. The locals like to eat it with a glass of local vielles vignes Chablis.
In the south of the Morvan, the wild blueberries which ripen in summer on the hillsides are amongst the most delicious things you can eat in an area famed worldwide for fabulous food.
Amongst our selection of the best places to stay in Burgundy foodies would welcome a hotel with an all-day restaurant which is reassuringly popular with locals. La Beursaudiere close to Chablis, is one such establishment.
Family run and housed in several old Burgundian buildings, the eleven rooms are all named after and themed around ancient trades. Exposed stone walls, wooden beamed ceilings and period features sit comfortably beside the more modern touches of en suite bathrooms and satellite TV.
A lovely hotel in the heart of the Chablis wine region. Contemporary rooms have wooden floors and large bathrooms. Gym, gardens and a terrace. Excellent Burgundian cuisine and wine in the restaurant. Great for a romantic weekend fuelled with excellent food and wine.
A charming 18th century Burgundian mansion come guesthouse close to Auxerre. Beautiful rooms and suites have white washed walls, wooden floors and boutique furnishings. A pretty flower garden, terrace and great regional dishes. Great for a quiet and authentic country weekend in Burgundy.
A quaint B&B in on of France's most beautiful and historic villages. Charming hosts and family style meals make this an extra special experience. The comfortable bedrooms and family suites boast personal touches and character. A great choice for exploring this wonderful part of France.
A characterful village inn with an excellent gourmet restaurant. Understated charm and great value for money. A more affordable spot to explore the Beaujolais region from.
A beautiful sandstone farmhouse B&B set in vineyards. Lovely rooms are rustic chic with brick walls, antique furniture, and floral fabrics. Stunning gardens and a courtyard to enjoy in the sunshine. Plenty to do in the region. A charming spot with plenty of rural charm.
A cosy farmhouse just outside Beaune in the countryside. Rustic-chic rooms feature exposed beams, antiques and valley views. Expansive gardens and a pond. Superb traditional cuisine, a shop with regional treats, and massages available. A country escape for wine lovers.
Set on the estate of an 11th Century Chateau, these beautifully converted stables now house five contemporary bedrooms with modern furnishings, king size beds and gorgeous oak beams. Cosy up with a book in the comfortable sitting room with large stone fireplace. A charming country hideaway.
An attractive country house with a cottage feel to it. Charming bedrooms and suites with wooden beamed ceilings and garden views, a small spa, and an extensive wine cellar. A perfect stop off for local exploring.
Sophisticated local cuisine at this established hotel-restaurant. Cosy, comfortable bedrooms and two restaurants - one rustic, the other more intimate and elegant. A great choice for foodies and those who want to explore the Chateauxs and taste the wines of the region.
Delightful family-run hotel in several old buildings. Rustic rooms themed on local crafts - wooden beamed ceilings and traditional decor. Indulgent open planned bathrooms. The atmospheric all-day restaurant is a popular hot spot. A great choice for foodies and local explorers.
Wonderful location in the picturesque village of Charolles on the Burgundy wine trail. Bright contemporary hotel with a welcoming atmosphere which boasts an outdoor swimming pool and Michelin starred restaurant. Each room has its own character but all are spacious, comfortable and stylish.
A chic hotel in the wine region of Chablis. Rooms blend the modern with the traditional; exposed beams, contemporary furniture and large bathrooms. A lovely terrace on which to enjoy a drink, and excellent regional dishes in the restaurant. The perfect bolt hole for a tasting trip.
A statuesque chateau with an excellent spa and gourmet restaurant. Richly decorated bedrooms and suites with private terraces overlooking luscious gardens. Very relaxing, and not too overstated.
A quiet B&B in an 18th century building. Large charming rooms feature antique furniture, artwork and lots of individual character. A tranquil garden terrace where breakfast is served. Elegant public areas within hotel. Unique, intimate and great value.
A delightful hotel in a 19th century building. Modern rooms are welcoming, with large bathrooms and wooden floors. Two hectares of gardens and a beautiful outdoor pool. Plenty to explore in the Burgundy wine region and lots of options for a family holiday.
Simple and cosy guesthouse in an idyllic spot on the banks of the river. Quaint bedrooms with white plastered walls, flowery wallpaper and old polished doors. Fantastic local cuisine using the freshest produce of the day in a cosy dining room with a fireplace. Great value for money.
An old wine-maker's house which has been converted into stylish accommodation with five comfortable bedrooms and a private apartment for self catering. Rooms have original features complemented by contemporary furnishings. Table d'hote dinners are offered most nights. A wonderful country hideaway.
A charming country house hotel. Rooms are either modern with wooden floors, or traditional with exposed beams and bricks. Michelin-starred restaurant, splendid gardens and tennis court. Wine cellars and an elegant bar. Plenty of surrounding activities. An all round hotel.
Traditional 18th century timber frame farmhouse with stunning garden and terrace. Beautiful interiors combine period features with contemporary furnishings. Classic local dishes, regional home cooking and large breakfasts. A cosy lounge and very welcoming - an ideal hideaway for exploring the area.
An 18th century maison bourgeoise, set on wonderful grounds boasting a shady walled garden, ancient trees and a great swimming pool. Simple and elegant rooms, with crisp linens and plenty of natural light. A place of calm and relaxation in an old-fashioned and genuine atmosphere.
Quaint 17th Century townhouse hotel in the heart of Burgundy's best vineyards. Spacious bedrooms are a charming blend of traditional and contemporary and the two suites have a private terrace. Burgundian cuisine is paired with the best wines of the region and from the family winery.
A chic hotel set in the heart of the Burgundy wine region. Contemporary rooms feature soft colours, antique accessories and lovely bathrooms. Outdoor pool, gardens, terrace and billiards lawn. Great French cuisine in Michelin-starred restaurant. Great value, gourmet and beautiful.
A lovely country house hotel surrounded by vineyards and flower fields. Contemporary chic interiors include creamy rooms and an innovative restaurant that uses lots of spice with traditional ingredients. Swimming pool, wine tasting, and lots of neighbouring towns to explore.
Early 20th-century château with character & delightful owners. Celestial views of the surrounding countryside and vines from the breakfast terrace. Five large, beautifully decorated rooms. Delicious table d'hotes dinners Thurs to Mon. A relaxed house-party atmosphere. Ideal for groups and families.
A charming six bedroom hotel in a village with world renowned vineyards. Contemporary chic rooms have all the mod cons. Panoramic views over the gardens and vines, walking distance to fantastic restaurants, and wine tasting abound. Ideal for foodies.
A beautiful country house with gorgeous rooms and an excellent table d'hote. Contemporary comforts and classic-chic design combine for sophisticated effect. Wooden beams, stand alone bath tubs, subtle lighting and huge comfy beds.
A beautiful Burgundian house with eccentricity akin to Hansel and Gretel. Wooden-beamed ceilings, tapestry chairs, carved fireplaces and velvetine fabrics. There's an excellent Table d'hôtes. Great for a weekend in Burgundy.
A gorgeous 19th century residence in the delightful Puligny-Montrachet. The village itself is known for its wineries but it is also an ideal base for exploring more of the famous wine country. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, the décor is elegant, the colours warm; a lovely welcoming place.
An great Four Star hotel in Beaune. Opulent rooms and suites have Louis XIV furnishings and colourful wallpapers. Excellent gourmet cuisine, stunning bar area and cavernouse dining room. Charming courtyards and cosy public spaces. Romantic, gourmet, very luxurious.
A splendid little B&B in Beaune. Boutique rooms modelled on vintage wines feature lilacs and creams, antiques, oriental rugs, large bathrooms, some with garden views. Wine cellar, charming breakfast room and lovely gardens filled with magnolias. A romantic choice for wine lovers.
Extremely smart townhouse B&B with an excellent spa. Contemporary comfort blended with classical furniture and style for sophisticated effect. The suites are enormous. A hotel for grown ups.
A luxury hotel in a 12th century abbey. Elegant rooms have romantic drapes, views over the park, and enormous bathrooms. Superb French cuisine is served in an impressive dining room. Garden, terrace, library and bar to enjoy. Stunning, gourmet and peaceful.
A fortified château with pristine gardens and friendly service. Fairytale turrets with spiral staircases and stone-flagged floors house pretty pastel bedrooms with vast beds and antique furnishings. Fantastic food best enjoyed on the leafy terrace. An idyllic country escape.
A charming B&B and three self-catering cottages in a glorious setting. Views over the vineyards and the ramparts of Beaune. Lovely bright rooms with pale woods and creams. Lots of surrounding activities. Perfect for couples, groups and families.
Superb food at this iconic restaurant with attractive rooms. A family run affair with a rich gastronomic heritage. The dining room at the heart of the house serves fantastic and unpretentious cuisine. A hotspot for foodies and local explorers.
Set in a picturesque garden in the centre of Beaune, this smart hotel offers guests large airy rooms and suites and a charming garden terrace. A cellar tasting room full of character is perfect for sampling the local vintages. A luxury base for exploring Burgundy's finest!
An intimate boutique hotel. Place themed rooms in minimal luxury have stone flag floors, high ceilings, wooden beams, rich muted fabrics, and enormous beds. A charming courtyard area to enjoy breakfast in and a fantastically stocked wine cellar. A sophisticated spot for the luxury traveller.
An elegant hotel in an 18th century house. Rooms are romantic and traditional, with antique furniture, drapes and exposed beams. Lovely terrace, charming bar, and spa treatments. The wine cellar hosts wine tasting. Romantic, opulent and quiet.
A delightful hotel set in a traditional 19th century house. Large rooms are contemporary with rich details; mahogany furniture, drapes and exposed beams, all with opulent bathrooms. Great classical French cuisine, lighter snacks from the cafe bistro, and a charming courtyard. Very romantic.
A stunning chateau in Burgundy filled with contemporary works of art. Beautiful classic rooms and suites with elegant furnishings and all the mod cons. Sophisticated living areas, excellent 'table d'hotes' restaurant, spa and pool. An idyllic spot to explore the region from, and in high style.
Popular with yester-years stars, now popular with its award winning restaurant. Large, classic rooms have access to a brilliant pool, spa and fitness centre. The beamed, chapel-like dining room and delightful garden with outdoor dining patio are in an idyllic setting.
A romantic chateau surrounded by acres of vineyards in the heart of Beaujolais territory. It has everything - a spa, a gourmet restaurant, fabulous rooms and suites, a swimming pool, and luscious greenery as far as the eye can see. A perfect spot for a wedding.
Medieval Château oozing romance and elegance making a hideaway luxury hotel. Celestial views over the vines and towards the lake from beautiful bedrooms. Enjoy the dishes at the restaurant, explore the spa treatments and walk under the 100 year old lime trees on the terrace. A romantic's paradise.
An impressive 13th Century moated Château set on charming grounds. Lofty bedrooms ooze old world style, think antique drapes, bold wallpapers, four poster beds and knockout views. Mouthwatering dinners are served, house party style, in a large kitchen, at separate tables, or on the lawn. Spoiling!