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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hôtel Athanor Beaune
Travel Blogs from Beaune
... Mum and I sat down and shared a Moules-frites (mussels and chips) and a salad. Before heading back to the bus for our 4 hour drive to Beaune we looked at some of the shops, and bought some tea towels and postcards. Back onto the bus for a number of hours, which was broken up by watching a movie " The Bucket List ". After a long drive we arrived in Beaune for a free night. A few of us went to the local food court for dinner, with a quick stop at the supermarket for a few ...
... was fab. Sunny days and plenty of park time on her scooter (which we'd brought over from Oz)with her cousins...all girls....4 of them.... 3 between 3 and 4 years old...Well you can only imagine!
In France Stella has had the best fun with her cousin Clemmie. Both got the same pink bikes for their birthdays and they have been racing up and down the drive, round the house, sometimes getting competitive but ...
... and several smaller bags while we went to claim the van.
The van we were first given was a Ford Galaxy missing the nav memory card……so they tried to substitute an external nav system….which required leaving the garage to test and didn't work, then they gave us another one which, following a second lap out of the garage, also didn't work. Notice that John, who is dealing ...
... small which was great since we didn't understand the French items.
Dinner was delicious, I got the steak and the sauce was out of this
world. I could have literally drank it. The service was great, and so
were the fries, oh my god the fries. The fries dunked in the steak
After dinner we decided to walk off all the food.
We walked along the river back to the hotel. As you can see, it was a
long night. Sleep was much ...
Eureka! Finally found my long sought-after typical Burgundian dish of oeufs en meurette (eggs poached in red wine sauce!) in a brassiere in Beaune, and they were delicious...so much so that I actually bought a little cookbook, entirely in French, that featured a recipe for the same eggs, plus recipes for many more of the regional dishes. We think we can figure la ...