We stayed at Le Val de Vergy for 4 nights (June 2010), and could not be happier with our choice. We had originally thought of staying in Beaune, and then in Nuits-St-George, and are very glad that we chose instead to go a bit off the beaten track to discover perfect tranquility. Breakfasts were hearty communal affairs at a long table. Dominique made reservations for us at two wonderful spots: a local bistro in the next village over, and a memorable, world-class dinner in Nuits-St.-Georges at La Cabotte. If you stay at Vergy, be sure to take an early morning walk up to Reulle-Vergy to get a taste of small town life in Bourgogne-- there's nothing especially historic or monumental to see, but that's just the point: this is not a tourist town, this is rural Burgundy!
The gracious hosts of Val de Vergy do not speak much English, but don't let that frighten you. All you really need to know is the time to check in and check out, and when breakfast is served. If you like, they will prepare a special dinner for you on request. They can also recommend the best local wine, some of which is made in such small quantities that it's only available if you know the winemaker (Dominique knows everyone in the area).
We stayed in the Suite Vergy, which is like a small townhouse. The master bedroom is spacious and private; the second bedroom area is adjacent to the small living room area. They share a very large bathroom with a clawfoot tub and separate shower. Enormous windows open out into the front yard. The decor is tasteful yet not stuffy, somewhere between a manor and a country house. The price for this amount of space was astoundingly low -- 70 euros including breakfast for 2.
You can't go wrong with this place. Within a 10-minute drive, you are in the heart of Nuits-St-Georges; within 30 minutes, you can visit Beaune or Djion for the day, or skip the large cities and go on winetastings from winery to winery on the back roads. A bit further out you might visit Semur-en-Auxois, a quaint medieval walled city. Definitely not to miss is the Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay (near Montbard), well worth the 90 minute drive.