Ground floor of a mansion of the XVI-XVII century, birthplace of Holy Chantal (1572-1641). Rated 4 stars, on the course of the OWL, it's the perfect place to start a visit to Dijon,
3 roomsLiveable floor area : 750 Sq.ft.
- View : Not overlooked, garden/park, courtyard, town, square, monument
- Setting : Historical, Calm
- Town centre at 165'
- Golf, Festival, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Exposure : East
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This conveniently located apartment plunges you into the history of Burgundy. Renovated in 2010, all the comforts of a modern life brought to this historic house. A fully equipped kitchen allows you to prepare the specialties and fresh produce purchased at the market. A selection of Burgundy wines is available to accompany your meals or simply for an aperitif. The decoration is neat, comfortable bedding and towels is made of organic cotton. On sunny days, you can enjoy the private garden and its extravagant living wall. A baby bed can be made available for free.
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Dijon, capital of Burgundy has a very rich architectural heritage and offers much more than the mustard. In its restored medieval centre, you will find one of the oldest museums in France, the Museum of fine arts, as well as the magnificent Palace of Dukes and the opulent hotel of Vogue built in 1614. Stroll through aisles lined Linden and chestnut trees in the course of the Park, a park dating from 1671, and don't forget to combine the rich history of the region with its gastronomic specialities.
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This apartment is the Palace Street, fifty meters from the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy. Dijon is connected to the France and Europe thanks to its five TGV lines, its star of four highways, his business airport and its connection with three nearby international airports. For visitors from France and abroad, this accessibility is a key asset.