Spaziosa ed elegante 2 camere da letto - 3 bagni disponibili nel 17 ° C. Maison
Camere da letto
- inglese, francese
In Primo Piano
Regole della casa
Feste/eventi non ammessi
È permesso fumare
Smoking allowed in private courtyard; not in house
Animali domestici non ammessi
Bambini non ammessi
Ospiti max:4 (fino a 4 adulti)
Smoking allowed only in the back terrace; not in the house
Politica di Cancellazione
Non è previsto nessun rimborso per cancellazioni fatte quando il pagamento è già stato effettuato.
This property is perfectly situated in the heart of Beaune and it’s beautiful! Andrea is an amazing chef and a wealth of information. I would stay forever if I could! You will not regret staying here on vacation!
Luxury Living in Old World Beaune
What an amazing home right in the heart of Beaune! Our hosts, Ron and Andrea, couldn’t have been more gracious. From restaurant recommendations to winery suggestions and booking wine tastings, they made sure our Beaune experience was wonderful. Each morning Andrea had a beautiful breakfast table laid out for us. Their home is stunningly beautiful. We had a special experience that you don’t get with other rentals. Ron and Andrea, you are amazing hosts! Thanks so much for having us.
Great hosts, great experience!
Just stayed at this wonderful Beaune residence. This stay was a long weekend for a family wedding in Beaune. Amazing multi-level home, so authentic, beautifully decorated, gorgeous big roomy airy main dining area, large open windows, couldn’t be more lovely. Best location to walk right out the door to Beaune ..and on Saturday right into an amazing Farmers Market. Ron and Andrea were gold star, top rated hosts, and they totally deserve their high rating. I repeat: Ron and Andrea are amazing hosts. They even jumped on their bicycles and rode to the train station (while I cabbed it with my luggage) to be sure a train strike hadn’t been announced and strand me! I spent three wonderful days, perfect place, awesome hosts, great experience!
Extraordinary Apartment in the Center of Historic Beaune is "Grand Cru" All the Way
One is entranced as you wind through the narrow streets of Beaune, one of the great towns of Medieval Burgundy France, toward the center where you find one of the architectural and spiritual masterpieces of European civilization, the Hotel-Dieu, built in 1443. Just a few meters away, on a narrow lane that winds away from the center, you come upon an ancient door with a sprig of lavender tied to the knob. Ringing the bell you are greeted by Ron, who surprisingly sports a Wisconsin accent. Ron has been living here for about a decade. He leads you into his masterpiece of a home. It is a relief to experience the coolness brought about by the thick ancient walls of the place. He's done a great job maintaining the home's ancient character while providing all the modern conveniences. Every detail is beautifully rendered. We stayed in a bedroom on the first level, with windows that opened to a charming inner courtyard with walls that are older than Jesus. Romantic would not be sufficient to capture the feel of the place. On the second level was a kitchen and lovely sitting room. There's another room upstairs if you'd like to bring some friends or family, and Ron stays somewhere tucked out of sight. Ron was exceedingly helpful and friendly in just the right way, while giving us all the space we required. A few steps away was a terrific local restaurant, Le P'tit Paradis, and opposite is a museum where the Dukes of Burgundy used to hang. This perfect spot in a perfect location for our exploration of this historic region was "grand cru" all the way. Oh yes, two more things. This is also the center of one of the world's greatest wine regions, and if you are lucky, as we were, Ron might be willing to part with one of the treasures he has accumulated in his wine "cave." Oh, last but not least. A block or two away is Rue d'Enfer, or the road to hell. We were luckier. We were on Rue Paradis.
Memorable experience in the center of Beaune
We had the pleasure of staying at this beautiful, historic maison de ville with our two grown sons and one of their girlfriends. The home is loaded with elegance and charm dating back to the early 1600's, and it has been updated with all the necessary modern conveniences. The bedrooms, though not large, were nicely appointed with comfortable beds and furnishing. The kitchen was fully equipped and the living areas were spacious and elegant. The weather was lovely so we opened all the ancient windows to allow the sounds of the church bells and a distant accordion playing traditional french tunes to become a part of our authentic Burgundy experience; and we happily kept watch over a pigeon sitting on her nest in the tree just outside the kitchen window for the entirety of our stay. The home is just a few minutes walk to shops, restaurants, bakeries, galleries, and the famous Hospices de Beaune (a must-see historical treasure from the 15th century).
Ron was extremely helpful and corresponded regularly prior to our arrival. He made arrangements for Andrea to prepare two dinners during our stay, two afternoon wine tours, and he provided lots of other information about things to see and do in Burgundy. Although we didn't get to meet Ron, Andrea was waiting for us with an amazing meal upon our arrival. She was also our guide for the wine tours, made dinner reservations for us and went out of her way to make sure we were happy and comfortable. If she happens to be available when you visit, you would be fortunate to have her prepare an authentic French meal for you or be your guide - she is talented, enthusiastic, fun, smart, and seems to genuinely love sharing her passion for Beaune and the region. The property manager, Lydie, was also charming and very helpful.
Our son summed up our experience perfectly when he said, "It doesn't seem like we were renting the house, it felt more like we were their guests." Many thanks for a memorable stay!!!
Perfect stay in the heart of medieval Beaune
Having visited Beaune on several occasions, my partner and I were keen to stay in an apartment or house in the medieval centre of Beaune, in particular to take advantage of the Saturday market and have somewhere to prepare and enjoy the local produce. This house on Rue Paradis, about fifty metres from Place de la Halle, seemed ideal.
As we were travelling as a couple rather than part of a group, we contacted the owner to see if there was any possibility to rent one of the rooms rather than the entire property. Ron, the American owner who has been living in Beaune for ten years, was more than accommodating. We were also able to arrange a breakfast service with patisserie from the local boulangerie and a home cooked dinner in the lovely 'grand salon' courtesy of Andrea and her proficient French-style cooking.
The house itself is a piece of history with its traditional Burgundian terracotta tiled floors, beautiful 17th Century oak staircase, and its cut stones still bearing their mason's marks. Ron's expert eye has seen him gather an impressive set of possessions including a venerable-looking 17th C tapestry that seems to infuse the 'grand salon' with an air of ageing grandeur.
As with many visitors to Beaune, my personal focus is on the wine. Ron himself is knowledgeable about the local Domaines and is able to provide advice on were to taste in the locality. The ability to have a base of operations to drink a glass of something very fine indeed without having to pay a premium at a restaurant should steer most enthusiasts away from a hotel stay, and this house should be top or your list. In addition, Ron maintains an impressive collection of wines that draws on quite a bit of local knowledge. If you ask him very nicely, he might be prevailed upon to sell you a bottle of perfectly-cellared and aged wine at considerably less than restaurant prices. His collection of aged whites, in particular is interesting as these are often the reserve of specialist wine merchants.
For wine enthusiasts or those looking for a Burgundian experience beyond a hotel stay, I would not hesitate to recommend.
Beaune è la capitale non ufficiale della regione vinicola della Borgogna di fama mondiale.
La casa si trova nel cuore di Beaune, una città storica medievale, con i famosi Hospices de Beaune (1443) e circondato da famosi vigneti della Borgogna e domini dei villaggi di Chassagne Montrachet, Meursault, Volnay, Pommard, Corton, Nuit vicine -Saint-Georges, Vosne Romanee e Gevry Chambertin per citarne solo alcuni. Il ben-viaggiato Route des Grands Crus e La Rochepot incantevoli vigneti della Strada si trovano nelle vicinanze per un facile, unità pastorali attraverso bei villaggi del vino.