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Converted Chapel | 5 Bedrooms | sleeps 12

Excellent 5/5 

Short stays welcome

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from £429 /night

£3000 / week

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Key info:

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
Beautiful conversion of an 12 th-century prior and chapel into luxury family home in Burgundy. Enjoy the owners home and antiques. Music, home cinema rooms, chimney rooms, library, authentic French kitchen, gardens and terraces overlooking vineyards, ancient tower. Peaceful environment, trekking/walking trails, safe cycling, Michelin restaurants, wine tasting, old cellars  …see more

With its rolling countryside, vineyards and ancient chateaux, Burgundy is a sleepy, untouched part of France. Over 1000 kms of winding canals and rivers make fishing a popular pastime here, and the waterways are dotted with pleasure boats and watersport centres. The extensive walking and cycling routes make Burgundy an ideal destination for family holidays in France. There are bustling towns to visit, Beaune is famous for its dessert wines and Dijon is the home of the world- famous mustard. The Magny Cours motor racing circuit is well worth a visit for enthusiasts. Some of the finest wines in the world such as Chablis and Saône are produced here. The region has a rich historical past, including the alliance of the Dukes of Burgundy with the English during the Hundred Years War. Ancient fortresses abound, with fine examples to be found at Cluny, Citeaux and Fontenay. The southern region of Franche-Comté offers stunning mountainous areas like those of its neighbour, Switzerland. Nature lovers can find wild boar, foxes, badgers and an array of bird life amongst its abundant wildlife. The people of Burgundy are known for providing a warm welcome to visitors, and this unspoilt area of France offers a peaceful and relaxing break.