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Recent Reviews

  • The property was brilliant it had everything we needed well equipped. We used our own bedding and to
    5 of 5

    Ideally located in the middle of a vineyard peaceful and relaxing. The owners were brilliant really friendly and helpful should you needed it. As I said it all above about the property it was brilliant just what we wanted. There are a number of restaurants not to far away and very friendly. I would highly recommend this property.

    Stayed: Jul 2018
  • Comfortable little village house
    4 of 5

    We loved La Maison des Deux Clochers from the moment we arrived until we left. The description on the website is accurate, and we would highly recommend this house for a couple visiting Burgundy for a few days, or perhaps an artist looking for inspiration for a longer period of time. The house is lovingly renovated, well equipped, and there's a tiny garden for long summer evenings (also garden furniture and charcoal barbecue with all the trimmings). The house is spotlessly clean, and although other reviewers mentioned the church bells being noisy, we didn't find them so; the windows and shutters provide excellent soundproofing, and anyway the bells ring only between 8-22h. The location is very good, a few minutes away from Beaune and only a little longer away from Dijon. Laura and Franck were delightful hosts, even from afar, providing oodles of information and a most delicious bottle of complimentary Burgundy red. Lovely sitting room, comfortable beds and a nice functional bathroom. A few things to know when considering this property: you need a car to get around. There are lovely walks through the vineyards available, but you will need a car for everything else. If you travel with children it might not be ideal. Antique furniture (especially chairs), high sinks (too high for a 4 yo who wants to do everything 'by himself'!), the bedroom layout and the position of the garden (our son could not play there unsupervised because of the distance from the house) make it slightly inconvenient for small children (may be ok for a teenager). There is no dishwasher (we're amazed they managed to squeeze in so many conveniences in such a tiny space, as it is!) and the counter space for prep in the kitchen is basically non-existent, but I'm guessing most people won't be going to Burgundy to cook daily. Some sort of a coffee preparation method that isn't a coffee filter (a French press or a small stove-top espresso maker) would also be nice (although not essential). There is a VERY pesky level difference between the hallway and the first bedroom. Although we were warned about it and it was easy enough to negotiate normally, going to the toilet in the middle of the night was an entirely different (and very painful) experience. Do mind your step there ALL THE TIME (or maybe the owners can find a way to address this area!). Having said that, we loved staying in a much loved, quirky old Burgundian stone house and had a fab holiday.

    Stayed: Aug 2016
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