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Make A Holiday Rental Apartment in Santenay, France, Your Home Away From Home

Santenay is a small French village, located within the Cotes d’Or department of Burgundy, to the east of the country. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Santenay will find that this especially scenic part of France offers a wonderful choice of self catering holiday rental accommodation. There are apartments and townhouses set within the village and the nearby towns of Beaune and Chalon-sur-Saone, as well as rustic gites dotted in the surrounding countryside for those looking to stay in a property full of rustic charm and character.

Things to Do on Holiday in Santenay, France

Being located in a region which is so synonymous with wine growing, visitors enjoying their holidays in Santenay will find that they will inevitably be drawn to the Burgundy region’s numerous vineyards. Many of these vineyards are open to the public, allowing visitors the opportunity to enjoy a spot of wine-tasting or to purchase a few bottles from source. Those visitors enjoying their holidays in Santenay who are looking to keep a clear head may wish to put on a good pair of walking boots to explore the rolling Burgundy countryside, which is dotted with picturesque towns and villages.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Santenay, France

Santenay is ideally located within the Cotes d’Or department and Burgundy as a whole as a base for exploring this particularly scenic region of France. Perhaps the first port of call would be the historical city of Dijon, which as well as being so synonymous with the production of mustard also boasts numerous historical buildings and landmarks, in wonderfully eclectic styles of architecture. Equally impressive is the ancient and historic city of Beaune, which is surrounded by well preserved defences and moats.

Weather in Santenay, France

Santenay and Burgundy as a whole have a typical continental climate. This means that Winters can get very cold, with temperatures often dipping to around 4 degrees Celsius; whilst in the Summer temperatures can often reach the mid-20s degrees Celsius. Santenay receives an average annual precipitation of around 26 inches, much of which will fall as snow in mid-winter.

Travel to Santenay, France

Tourists looking to spend their holidays in Santenay will discover that Lyon-Saint Exupery (LYS) is the nearest international airport. Air France, British Airways, easyJet and BMI Regional are amongst the airlines operating regular flights here from the UK, departing from such regional airports as London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX) and Bristol (BRS).

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                                      Recent Reviews

                                      Back again for another idyllic getaway..

                                      5 of 5
                                      This is our 2nd year at this beautiful, rustic little house. We simply love the location - cycling along the canal and through vineyards to the nearby villages. We weren't quite as lucky with the weather this year, but we were still able to eat out in the garden most nights and had a few lazy days in the sunshine at the start of the week. Once again Sue was always prompt in responding to any questions that we had and Serge (the neighbour) was on hand upon arrival, with a friendly smile and tour of the house. We tried a few different things this year; venturing to Nuits St Georges for lunch which was really nice, plus we had dinner in Beaune one evening which again was lovely (spoilt for choice with bars/restaurants). There was a pizza van in the square of Santenay one evening which we used when feeling too lazy to cook (very good pizzas as well) and we did the wine and vineyard tour in Puligny with Olivier Leflaive. We highly recommend the house for a base for exploring the area (Santenay has a supermarket, wine caves, tabac, bakers etc. plus 2 restaurants). We have never eaten in the local restaurants as you are spoilt with the backdrop of your accommodation! Hope to return once again as we had a fantastic time. Thanks Sue!
                                      • Review Submitted: 22-Jul-2016
                                      • Date of Stay: Jul 2016

                                      Perfect family weekend gathering!

                                      5 of 5
                                      The pictures don't do this house justice! We were 3 families staying together in the home. It has everything you need...except towels. The home is very large and allowed for everyone to spread out as well as come together for family dinners. They kids loved running free in the yard and having their own get-away on the third floor. The pool looked beautiful and had all the accessories, but it was too cold for us to use. Biking in this region was incredible and the trails made for fun family rides. One of our top weekend get-aways! I almost hate to share it...
                                      • Review Submitted: 25-Apr-2015
                                      • Date of Stay: Apr 2015