The House of the Convent offers a completely renovated accommodation in a former convent from the 17th century, consisting of a
- Very large living room with open-plan fitted kitchen, beautiful French ceiling, lounge area,
- Master bedroom with a double bed (180x200)
- Bedroom 2 with 2 single beds (90 x 180)
- Bathroom with walk-in shower (140 x 90), 2 washbasins
- Separate toilet.
Free WiFi, washing machine, dryer, oven (Miele) , microwave (Miele), TV, Bluetooth radio, , refrigerator, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, dishes, pot, etc ...
- Duvets and sheets, towels, dish cloth
- We take care about the cleaning of the property, and the person in charge of the house is particularly attentive to it.
- The private garden of 900 m2 is enclosed by walls ... We let on disposal a charcoal WEBER BBQ , garden furniture, deck chair (Fermob)
- 4 bicycles can be made available on request.
- On request we can also made available a small vaulted cellar to organize tasting with your friends.
- Baby crib and high chair available on demand.
- Free parking front of the house
- The convent is set back from the street which makes it a calm and tranquil place to stay.
It is situated just a few minutes’ walk fro:
- the center of town, so it’s easy to get to the market and shops or to one of Beaune’s excellent restaurants.
- Bike road in the vineyards and park (500 meters from the Convent)
- 2 minutes walking distance from restaurants (Table du Square, Maison du Colombier..)
- 5 minutes walking distance from the wineries to taste and enjoy wine (Maison Joseph Drouhin, cave Patriarche)
- 5 minutes walking-distance from the market area (Wednesday and Saturday morning)
Beaune offers a very wide range of activities, and has a great cultural potential
- Hospice de Beaune Museum (Hotel Dieu)
- “Vente des Vins”, Beaune’s renowned charity wine auction, 3rd weekend of November
- Annual crime film festival (March)
- Festival of Baroque music (June/July)
- Traditional French produce market held in Beaune’s central marketplace, every Saturday morning
- Wine tastings in one of the regions’ numerous cellars
- Gastronomy: there are Michelin-starred restaurants included amongst the region’s many restaurants
- Visit the old, walled town and walk along the ramparts
- See the evening illuminations of some of Beaune’s historic buildings
- Wine classes
- Balloon rides over the vineyards
- Swim in the local lake water at the Etangs d’Or (facilities include parking, food kiosk, changing rooms, showers etc. Entry fee.)
- And much more…
You can also enjoy a visit of Dijon, which was the Burgundy Duke capital.