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We have been to many nice places. This is one of the most beautiful we ever stayed in. The park is very well kept and most relaxing to stroll around. The Abbaye manages to be great and cosy at the same time. We had a...More
A great spot to relax and enjoy the setting. Did not stay here, as we were on a canal barge tour, but had dinner in the dining room. Much to see in the main building before dinner. Be sure to walk the grounds to see...More
Very pretty lobby and surroundings , peaceful and green.
Rooms are on the small side , some with low headroom due to the timber structure of the roof .
Breakfast area is cosy and spread is reasonably good.
Dinner at the restaurant very is average...More
Stunning restored abbey converted into a hotel. Beautiful manicured grounds. Very helpful and friendly staff. Although not far from from the places in Burgundy we wanted to visit, we found it a bit out of the way.
A beautiful, meticulously restored abbey in spectacular grounds. A wonderful, warm country house atmosphere, with exceptional dining, and friendly, welcoming staff. The owner is an extraordinarily nice person and congenial host, whose family has a long history of running country house hotels in England. Our...More
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$252 - $605 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, We will be guests at the Abbaye for three nights at the end of August. We are also booked for two meals, the Dugusation dinner and lunch at the Bistro.
I am wondering, because I have read the grounds are so outstanding and vast, is it considered "gauche" or even "defendu" to picnic or even enjoy one's own wine on the grounds (but out of sight of the main establishment)?
We enjoy picking up certain specialties at local markets and enjoying them in a nice setting. But as the Abbaye is also a restaurant with bar facilities, we wouldn't want to cause offense.
Just asking in advance so as not to make a "faux pas".
July 19, 2015|
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Response from BDAHiFlyer | Reviewed this property |
The staff at this wonderful hotel is very accommodating. I would suggest contacting them directly to ask what is possible.
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