Abbaye de Maizieres
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbaye de Maizieres Beaune
If you my to step out of your box...this is a great place to do just that! From the moment you read the front door- yes, it looks like a window- to the fairytale stairs that fringe you to your room, this hotel had the charm of a 13th century Abbey with the luxuries of modern day. Although you won't find many amenities in the hotel, the town and people are both friendly and charming, leaving you wanting to stay another day.
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... trip. If you get a chance to hop on a small barge in the heart of Burgundy, do it. We are home in Kentucky but ready for another barge trip. Thank you Caprice staff; Suzanne, Lotte, Ruth, Donald, Fred, Guilliam and Vicki. You made a great week for us. And I met my objective. It was only a 3 pound week. Mary is sticking by her claim of 0.
Happy travels to all our ...
... good guide.
Beaune, dating back to pre-Roman times, is considered the capital of Burgundy wines. A walled city of olden times, it has many parts of its battlements ad ramparts still standing. With a population of a little over 20,000 it provides many services (equipment and education) to the wine industry. Being surrounded by some world famous ...
After a lot of rain in the night, today began with overcast skies and feeling quite mild.
We packed some lunch and set off to walk into the town centre.
it proved to be an easy stroll and took us about 10 mins or so. Beaune feels like an affluent place and a quick look in ...
So "sous" me Tuesday – 10/21/2014
Tuesday was planned to be a half day in Dijon to tour the city and start our cruise to the west on the Canal, paralleling the River Ouche. Plumbing problems and plans don't mix well. The plumbing problem of the previous evening was more than expected. Donald had to do some plumbing duty that may ...
... with a terrace for dinner. The legs were a little bit wobbly from the solid hour of tastings so it was good to sit down. We both ordered beef bourguignon for dinner seeing as we were in the Burgundy region to see what the real deal should taste like. We both thought it was nice but Erin was confident she could produce a better quality beef bourguignon once home in Perth. Again we had to get moving because Kev's now cold Leffe Royale bottle wasn't going to drink itself ...