I live about 40 minutes away during the summer, and as other pleasant restaurants in the region have been closing down at an alarming rate, the Chateau d'Igé and Frédéric Doucet in Charolles remain by far the best options around Cluny. The chateau itself dates back to the 13th century, although it has been much overhauled since then, but it is the gardens that make this venue such an agreeable one in summer. On warmer evenings dinner is served around the Chateau's spectacular pond. Excellent value, a clever children's menu, an interesting wine list, and the attentive hotel owner and manager, always casting her eye over the proceedings and seeking to enhance them, make this a terrific place to entertain, particularly during the summer, and a treat to look forward to en famille. Bravo!
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