The owners bought this 18th-century house from a family who had owned it for centuries, with the promise that they would renovate it to its former glory and elegance. While the original stonework has been uncovered wherever possible, underfloor heating and a wood burning stove have been added too – the perfect blend between authenticity and comfort.
Find a lovely inner courtyard dotted with olive trees and lavender, a terrace on both floors and a superbly equipped kitchen inside. There’s soft linen in the bedrooms (one upstairs and one downstairs) and two-and-a-half bathrooms – one with a deep, designer tub. Stroll into town for your morning croissants, lunch at the Michelin Auprès du Clocher and then sip an aperitif as the sun sets.
Walk 5 minutes to the famous Château de Pommard for tours, wine tastings and classes. Borrow bikes and follow the ‘Route des Grands Crus’ to several vineyards or drive to Dijon in 40 minutes for wonderful architecture, restaurants and the excellent Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon.