The website photos did not really do it justice. I'm not sure what I expected having read the website and other entries. This was really lovely; the rooms were way beyond our expectations. We chose one of those described as more modern- room 30- which had all the mod cons, to include effective air con in sweltering conditions, and a view of the grand cru vineyards beyond the roof tops. The village was very quiet at night, and not even church bells disturbed us.
The restaurant was fun. A very simple meal ( you wouldn't eat there two nights), with different wine lists from the cellar, dependant on grade. It was reasonably priced, and the wines were excellent, and the portions were adequate.
We ate in the long standing Montrachet for night 2, which was excellent.
This deserves return visits. The only drawback was that I thought it churlish to charge clients buying wine, and eating food there, for their cellar and wineyard visits. So we didn't go..More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking