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At Relais Bernard Loiseau, lovely lodgings ooze rustic-chic with exposed beams, traditional red-clay tile floors, and elegantly understated furnishings. — Fodor's
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Situated on shady, extensive grounds 6km north of Avallon, this château houses two fantastic family apartments and three luxuriously appointed rooms, each one a bit different. — Lonely Planet
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Opulent hotel created from several 14th- to 18th-century mansions in the heart of Beaune. — Hideaway Report
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A medieval castle set in the heart of the Burgundian countryside, not far from the Morvan National Park and close to Vezelay. — The Telegraph
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Stunning 14th-century country house in the heart of Burgundy with just five suites, an outdoor pool and tennis courts. — Jetsetter
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With its flower-filled garden, eye-catching décor, and friendly welcome, this quirky hotel, with its blend of traditional and modern styles, is an attractive and comfortable base. — The Telegraph
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The 16 rooms are elegantly furnished in opulent traditional fabrics and furniture. — Frommer's
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Close to the Hospices de Beaune, the Jardins de Lois makes a perfect base for exploring both the city and the surrounding countryside. — The Telegraph
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Situated within a bucolic 11-acre park, this 26-room hotel in an 18th-century mansion epitomizes the romance and luxury of Burgundy. — Travel + Leisure
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Lush grounds, an outdoor pool complex, and a countryside location are the main lures at this peaceful property. — Fodor's
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In an 18th-century building in Old Dijon surrounded by antiques shops, a steep staircase leads up to high-ceilinged guest rooms of variable comfort, decorated with rustic furniture. — Fodor's
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A terrace out front welcomes you to this rambling hotel, which features light, bright (if somewhat staid) rooms—most with private balconies. — Fodor's
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On the main square at the bottom of the hill, this two-star hotel in a renovated 19th-century house is our favorite in Vézelay. — Frommer's
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Inside, it's a minimalist's dream, with vast bedrooms, tasteful colour schemes and luxurious linens. The large, gracious garden comes with a swimming pool. — Lonely Planet
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In the heart of Meursault village, this family-run inn has simple, comfortable rooms in two categories: smaller Villages units and more spacious Grands Crus. — Lonely Planet
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The 17th-century mansion, backed up against the 5th century ramparts, has two gorgeous inner courtyards where you can have your breakfast on warm days. — Frommer's
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Colorful, well-appointed rooms display charm and designer chic at the “Hotel of the Red Hat,” a Best Western–branded property where the pleasant surroundings are complemented by the fine fare. — Fodor's
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Manor house-hotel in a former abbey founded by Cistercian monks in 1131 that was also once the country residence of the bishops of Dijon. — Hideaway Report
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Named for the wisteria that cascades over the front terrace, this lovingly renovated 18th-century house near the hilltop offers 13 rooms in various configurations. — Lonely Planet
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Decorated in the sunny colors of Provence, this three-star family-run hotel offers the best value stay in Autun. — Frommer's
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