9 rooms from £127 per night
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“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. ”

“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. ”

Hotel Review

This hotel has not yet been inspected and reviewed by the Hotel Guru but has been recommended by other guides that we respect.
Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • Vineyards to explore and an innovative restaurant that uses a lot of spices.
  • Country Escape

Recommended For

  • Foodies
  • Vineyards to explore and an innovative restaurant that uses a lot of spices.
  • Sights nearby
  • Not far from Tournus.
  • Country Escape
  • Great walks
  • Cycling
  • Restaurant
  • Traditional ingredients with lots of spices.
  • Good wine list
  • Set amidst vineyards.
  • Views
  • Gourmet
  • Country House
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Luxury
  • Boutique
  • Chic
  • Village
  • Child friendly
  • Wellbeing

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Traditional ingredients with lots of spices.
  • Garden
  • Beautiful flower-filled gardens.
  • Good wine list
  • Set amidst vineyards.
  • Parking
  • Towelling robes
  • Views
  • Bar
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Wifi
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Swimming Pool
  • Child friendly
  • Sitting Room

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • Not far from Tournus.
  • Great walks
  • Cycling

Map & Location

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Other Reviews

Auberge du Paradis, Burgundy: hotel review

Some 20 miles to the south of Tournus – and just two from the A6 motorway – the Auberge du Paradis is a great place from which to explore the towns of southern Burgundy. It is set amid vineyards and has a lovely flower-filled garden.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)