Château Hôtel Restaurant Sainte-Sabine
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Château Hôtel Restaurant Sainte-Sabine Pouilly-en-Auxois
Travel Blogs from Pouilly-en-Auxois
... I know) and Mark fancied it up with chorizo-stuffed pork loin. In my defense, the burger was super fancy too. It even had ham on top. We ended with a cassis soufflé that tasted like air from the heavens with sugar and fruit.
Sunday was driving day through some of Burgundy’s smaller villages. This would also be known as the cutest day that ever lived. We drove through one adorable town after another, getting out at each to ...
... Marianne again. At 2.30 we jumped on the train for Beaune, back into France. Our B&B was comfy and central, just a short walk to the centre. Beaune is a pretty, walled town with lovely old houses and winding streets. That night we waddled home from an excellent dinner which featured some of the local beef from the Charolais cattle and some fantastic cheeses. 4th August- The big tourist draw ...
... The food was exceptional, the service good, and we did get the waiter to smile a couple of times. All because of my lousy French. The German has worked really well this trip, but struggling a little with French. I had a rabbit terrine that was stunning, R had fried goats cheese salad. She said it was brilliant. We both then had duck in raspberry sauce. I thought it might be too sweet, but the sauce was quite savoury and really amazing. ...
... Loire River and lots of young people to make it feel vibrant.
We were able to get a direct trains from Nevers to Dijonin mid-afternoon. The train to Dijon only took a couple of hours, back into the beautiful Burgundian landscape. As we were only planning to stay in Dijon for one night, we opted for our old standby, a hotel by the train station, Hôtel Campanile. Our room was a good size with a French door onto a ...
... see their vineyards. We passed through Pommard on the way to Beaunewhere we tasted Aligote, C******nay, 2 Pinot noire and a creme de Cassis before touring the Hotel Dieu a beautifully tiled roof old former hospital. There were several rooms of artwork also including a famous polyptych by Roger Van der Weyden. The town itself was quite pretty. We then followed the thruway back to Chalon Sur Saone for a delicious dinner on board.