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Perfect hideaway in wine village
Perfect hideaway in wine village
4 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
2 baths
4 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
2 baths
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Our lovingly restored and equipped 'maison de village' in the heart of the Burgundian wine region is the ideal sabbatical hideaway for a couple who love cycling, barging, fresh produce markets, chateaux and the finest wines in the world!

The space

- Ideal for a couple on sabbatical.
- Min 5 night stay
- 4 bicycles are at your disposal
- Perfect base from which to explore Burgundy.
- Close to Dijon and the famous wine town of Beaune.
- 1 hour 20 min by train from Paris to closest TGV station (Le Creusot).
- A “foodie’s delight" with lots of fresh produce market towns nearby.
- Very popular region for cycling - there are brilliant cycle paths everywhere.
- Wine lovers will be in heaven - famous wine towns within 1O mins drive include Pommard, Volnay, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet.

Guest access

The house is a semi-detached 'maison du village'. There are 2 double bedrooms upstairs. MOST ideal for a couple with visiting friends. The upstairs bathroom has an amazing shower room with a view and a loo. The downstairs bathroom has a bath and there is a separate loo. The staircase is steepish. Only fine for an elderly person if he/she is fit. There is a large-ish living room / salon with dining table, satellite TV, fireplace and a wide couch for after lunch snoozes. The fully equipped kitchen has a gas stove, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. There is a washing machine and a tumble dryer.
There is walled in garden with a gazebo for long summer lunches and a terrace. There are no views of the vineyards from the terrace and garden, but you are in the heart of picturesque Burgundian countryside as soon as you step out of the front door!

Interaction with guests

We do not live in the area but are an sms away and have an amazing English speaking neighbour

Other things to note

ACCESS: It is in a narrow street or "passage". NB that you rent a small / medium sized car as the street is quite narrow! There is no parking on the property. Guests need to be happy to park on the 'place' which is about 100m walk away.

WIFI : While there is technically Wifi access, the connection is not reliable and you have to sit in one area of the house.

HEATING: If your stay is in the cooler autumn and cold winter months, we need to charge a supplement for the central heating.


Extra people £9 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee £45
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed

House Rules
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (2-12 years)
Check in is anytime after 2PM
Check out by 10AM

- If you use the bicycles, please leave in good state.
- We ask that you try not to waste precious water.
- If you want the central heating switched on, we need to charge a 10 euro per day supplement.


Safety features
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

5 nights minimum stay

29 Reviews

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Catherine User Profile
September 2017
A beautiful house in a quiet cozy town. The house is so cute and charming. We loved spending time on back porch and in living room. The kitchen is stocked amazingly well for an air B and B. She has thought of everything. Sometimes with these air bnb rentals you get one fork, one pan and one burner on the stove that works. Not here, amazing kitchen, great appliances and lots of glassware/cookware. Bathroom is very nice upstairs with Great shower. Second bathroom downstairs that is very handy and nicely appointed. Great washer and unusual for Europe a dryer!! You can hire a local guide through Vanessa, his name is Pierre. He does an amazing job and super inexpensive. Local winery directly behind house where you can buy amazing wine, dirt cheap. Parking is a breeze in town lot down the street. Beautiful walk along canal to Chagny for dinner or shopping. Can't say enough about this place. You won't be disappointed!

J User Profile
September 2017
We had a lovely stay in Vanessa's house. It is very clean, recently decorated and stylish with a good choice of comfortable seating and eating areas. Although there aren't any shops in Remigny, it isn't far to a very good boulangerie and small supermarket. and a brilliant street market in Chagny on a Sunday.

Marc User Profile
June 2017
This was a wonderful refuge from a hectic family visit schedule. Remigny is a delightful town and Chagny is only a short distance via the canal path. Vanessa is excellent at communicating through the process, even though she is a continent away. Local person (across the street) handles all local logistics, and is very accommodating. The home is (at first) a bit hard to find, but is very comfortable. In the record June heat, having fans available for the upstairs bedrooms would have been a real plus, albeit hardly necessary at other times. No matter, as we felt very much at home in the very charming setting and atmosphere of this house and garden.

Deborah User Profile
April 2017
A very nice and quiet home with a lovely enclosed garden, close to Beaune. We had a great time and can recommend this house to anyone interested in visiting Burgundy.

Judy User Profile
October 2016
Vanessa's charming cottage was lovely and homey. We were there in mid-October when it had turned chilly, and we loved building a fire in the living/dining room fireplace in the evening. Also, this is not your usual rental, it is more like someone's home...we lacked for nothing, especially in the kitchen, which was equipped with everything we are used to in our own home. We loved walking along the canal, and we really enjoyed biking into Chalon-sur-Soane. And, Remigny is perfectly located in the (URL HIDDEN) easy to access all the great chateaux in the Region. Finally, Vanessa was so easy to communicate with, and she went out of her way to give us ideas on things to do and places to visit in the area.

Kaylene User Profile
October 2016
Beautiful area, great for easy bike rides and walks. Many lovely bakeries and places to eat within walking, riding distances or a short drive. Lots to see and do. House is really lovely and the garden amazing. It fulfilled my dream of staying a week in the French countryside. Pierre was a huge help to us for transporting us and our large amount of luggage. Vanessa responded very quickly to messages. Thank you Vanessa, I hope to come back one day.

Nancy User Profile
September 2016
I honestly don't think the photos do justice to Vanessa's Remigny home. The space is airy, bright and appointed in a way that immediately welcomes you. We had two couples in our party and had more than ample room. The kitchen is very spacious and the large living/dining room is fabulous! There are great books for those who enjoy reading, plenty of reference materials for the region, and multiple areas for outside relaxation and dining. We loved having a washer/dryer and a clothes line - huge help! We often used the bikes/helmets stored in the garage and can't say enough about the experience of biking alongside vineyards, watching the harvest in action. Another highlight was biking alongside the canals, soaking in the environs. We loved watching folks travel the countryside via barges on the canals! Please note that Isabelle, Vanessa's neighbor who is the immediate contact, is on point at every turn. Her husband, son and she are delightful and representative of people in this lovely village. Of course, we simply could not have had such a quality visit without the advice/consultation of Pierre, an affable and knowledgeable neighbor who is available to serve as a driver/guide throughout the region. Remigny is a quiet and restful village nestled in the perfect area to visit countless quality wineries and vineyards. You have easy access to Pommard, Mersault, and Puligny Montrachet. Just a short drive away are those in Cote de Nuit, about 35 - 40 minutes north. The village of Santenay, which is 2 km - and a very short bike ride! - away, is a quaint village that offers restaurants, a wine shop, patisserie, boulangerie and fabulous sightseeing. We biked there each day and also took a walk in the countryside around the town. We had many memorable experiences in Beaune, visiting wineries, strolling through the Saturday farmers' market, and touring the Hospice de Beaune. If you have time, we highly suggest trying all these. Our next visit to the region will hopefully be for at least two weeks, as we feel there are enough quality experiences to last at least a month! One week was heaven but it was very difficult to depart.

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Vanessa User ProfileVanessa is a superhost.

I'd love to share either one of our three special places with you. Our hideaway in a wine village in Burgundy, or our love nest in Pringle Bay or our home in leafy Newlands.

Our home in Newlands is ideal for two couples or a small family who want to spend the festive season in Cape Town. It is a cool, airy house and a great retreat after a hot day on the beach or mountain. It is central and within easy, safe walking distance of local neighbourhood restaurants, delis, etc

The Love Nest in Pringle Bay is perfect for nature lovers who want to be near the beach and mountains but still close to village shops and local restaurants.

Our bolthole in Burgundy is ideal for people who like cycling off to market in search of fresh local produce, cooking beautiful meals and pairing them with the best wines in the world!

I have had a love affair with France since high school. My appreciation of Burgundy's fine wines came later...! I (with my husband and daughter) live in Cape Town and spend part of the year in France. What we love about our village and surrounds is that nothing seems to have changed for 500 years and you get the impression that nothing will, at least for the next 100 years!

My husband is a brilliant 'bricoleur' (handyman) and has lovingly restored our house.

We love the slow lifestyle, the cuisine, the friendly locals. Being in Burgundy brings us back in touch with the simple pleasures in life. That being said, the bright lights and buzz of Lyon or Paris are a short train ride away

Languages: English, Français
Response rate: 88%
Response time: within an hour

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