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  • A lovely property in one of the prettiest parts of France.
    5 of 5

    We had a fabulous week. The property was very well equipped, everything of the best quality and very comfortable. Nolay has the most beautiful square, perfect to sit with a coffee, looking at the lovely church and picturesque buildings. There are several places to eat, two patisseries and a well stocked supermarket. The tourist information office is very good. We bought our wine from the Cave in Nolay recommended by Pierre and Valerie. There are so many places to see and things to do in and around the area. We cycled along the very pretty Voie Verte route to Santenay, a pretty village where we had coffee in the square and walked to the Chateau. Meursault is another lovely village where we had a very good lunchtime meal in the courtyard of the Hotel du Centre, so much so we returned later in the week. The fixed price menu is good. Beaune is worth a day trip, lovely architecture, independent shops and places to eat. Pierre and Valerie gave us a lovely welcome and were very helpful throughout our stay. Good food, good wine and good weather in such a lovely place. We certainly hope to return.

    Stayed: Jun 2018
  • Can't wait to return
    5 of 5

    Our first introduction to the Cote d'Or was driving down the vineyard lined road winding through tall sycamores - then pulling into the small village of Puligny Montrachet. Monia met us to orient us as we walked into 10pm - what a perfect home it is! Decorated beautifully, impeccably clean, modern showers and bathrooms and a professional kitchen. I know it is difficult to know what you are going to get from site-unseen, but believe me, 10pm is everything advertised and more. Communication with Peter with immediate, he was responsive to every message with helpful suggestions and I felt like it was his personal mission that we have a good time in his home. We used the bikes they provided to ride through the vineyard roads, my husband took runs to Mersault in the morning and my kids played in the garden every morning. We were thankful for the AC as it was pretty hot the days we were there. We enjoyed wandering down the street to the local patisserie tucked into the square for pain-au-chocolat. For our group of 7 with ages from 5 to 74 the time at 10pm was a perfect end to our time in France. Highly recommended!!

    Stayed: Jun 2018
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