Chateau Bourgogne

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Walk through the wrought iron gates, under the 400-year-old chestnut tree and down the secluded path to discover a majestic 13th Century castle filled with historical charm and beautiful contemporary style. Located in the heart of the Burgundy wine region, near some of France’s most stunning towns and sights, Château Bourgogne is a truly magical place to escape to.

It’s a wonderful story – starting as a dream when the devoted owners spotted the castle in an estate agent’s window in Paris. Since then they have put their heart and soul into the château’s sensitive restoration and what they have created is a unique, unpretentious yet luxurious place to stay which has retained so much of its rich historical past.

With origins date as far back as 1000AD; the main château was built in medieval times and used to protect local inhabitants during times of war. It has a long and interesting history with various owners, including a famous French actress and singer during the last century. There are historical features throughout such as the 15th-century steep staircases, thick stone walls, a library in the turret and the watchtower terrace overlooking the glorious grounds and countryside. You can enjoy listening to the grand piano by one of the original fire-places or dine by candlelight on the medieval table by the two roaring fires in the stunning living-dining room.

You will be greeted with a glass of sparkling wine as you arrive, then you can begin to explore your enchanting castle. There are ten bedrooms across the three upper floors, some of them en-suite and with original fire-places. Only the finest quality bedlinen has been used plus there is central heating and high speed Wi-Fi to add to the list of modern amenities. You can hire a chef to work in the immaculate kitchen or keen cooks will love the Lacanche range cooker to prepare a feast of local delights. A wine library is also available so you can purchase excellent value wines, carefully curated by the château's sommelier.

Step outside to the meandering grounds and find the wonderful eco-heated swimming pool or simply sip local wine by the terrace. Keen walkers can wander through the nearby forests whilst tennis lovers only need to walk into the village to hire a court, complimentary for Château Bourgogne guests. 

This small ancient farming village is built around the castle, is a little hidden gem overlooking surrounding forest. You’ll find a shop selling essentials there, including fresh bread which you can pre-order for your stay. For a wider choice of boutique shops, supermarkets and excellent restaurants head to the medieval town of Noyers-sur-Serein (12km), one of Frances ‘plus beaux villages’, where you can walk by the river or have a leisurely lunch in this picturesque setting.

A little further are the two World Heritage sites of Abbey de Fontenay (30km) and Vézelay (40km) or take the high-speed train from Montbard (24km) to wonderful Paris in an hour for a day to remember for all the family.

You are of course in the heart of the real Burgundy with so many world-famous wines within an easy drive. You can spend a day tasting fine white wine in Chablis (36km) or head to the wine capital of the region, Beaune (106km) in just over ninety minutes. The château can arrange for a top-class sommelier, who has worked with world-class chefs, to spend time with you to advise you on the best vineyards to visits and wines to try.

There’s no doubt that in such a divine and historical setting, in the heart of beautiful Burgundy, you will create memories here with your friends and family that will stay with you for a lifetime.

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What you should know…

  • Please note that whilst the chateau has 10 bedrooms, to respect the heritage of the property the owner will only accept bookings for a maximum of 16 guests 
  • The little shop in the village sells a few essentials including bread – you’ll need to pre-order it the day before or you can set up an order for the duration of your stay
  • Although there are steep spiral staircases dating back to the 15th Century leading to the upper floors and bedrooms, there is also a modern spiral staircase easier to scale and leading to the top floor
  • Car hire is essential to discover this wonderful part of Burgundy

This home is a part of our Great Value and Heritage Collection!

This is a historic home, and as such:

  • It has probably been standing for over 100 years, which means it's full of historic value and charm but it may also have one or two quirks!
  • Some of the decor and furnishings may not be brand new, but that should not detract from your holiday experience in this unique setting that allows you to take a step back in time!

Property Features

Private Pool Child-Safe Pool Saltwater Pool Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ Indoor Games Outdoor Games Working Fireplace/Woodburner Heating

Château Interior

Ground Floor

- Entrance Hall
- Well equipped kitchen featuring Lacanche range cooker
- Grand dining room and lounge with two fireplaces (one decorative, one working)
- TV room with fireplace leading to south-facing garden terrace
- Turret library
- Laundry room (cellar)
- Games room in separate Servant Quarters (available in May 2020 -please enquire at the time of booking) 
- Guest WC

First Floor

- Music room with Grand Piano and decorative fireplace
- Master bedroom with super king-size bed and decorative fireplace. En-suite shower room with WC
- Bedroom One with Super King-size bed and fire-place
- Guest WC

Second Floor

- Bedroom Two with double bed and en-suite shower room with WC
- Bedroom Three with twin single beds
- Bedroom Four with King-size bed
- Bedroom Five with King-size bed
- Bedroom Six with King-size bed
- Bedroom Seven with King-size bed
- Separate bathroom inc. bath with shower and bidet plus WC
- Separate bathroom inc. bath with shower and WC
- Guest WC

Third Floor

- Bedroom Eight with King-size bed, accessed via own staircase
- Bedroom Nine with twin single beds.
- Shower room with WC. Accessed via own staircase.
- Steps leading to Watch Tower terrace

Outside Grounds

- Private eco-heated saltwater swimming pool (size: 11mx7m) with high-performance solar cover, alarm system and security gate to enclosed pool area. Open from May to end of September
- Garden terraces
- Vast grounds and gardens (5000m2)
- Parking


- High speed Wi-Fi
- Washing machine and dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Hairdryers in bathrooms
- Board games
- Children’s games
- Croquet set
- Charcoal barbecue


About the surrounding area of Chateau Bourgogne
Walk to Village Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Wine Tasting Tennis Nearby Cycling Horse Riding Fishing Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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The magnificent castle is located in a small village. Here you will find a small shop selling essentials such as cereals, meats, beers and wine as well as bread, which you should order the day before (you can set up a regular order for your stay).

There are tennis courts in the village which guests may use free of charge (the chateau has rackets you can borrow) and bikes from nearby Auxerre can be rented and delivered to your door. Horse-riding is within half an hour and there are some stunning hikes in the area. Keen walkers can discover a druidic menhir in the nearby forests just 2km from the castle. Plus, golfers can choose from either the 9-hole course at Golf de Tanlay (30km) or the 18-hole course at Le Domaine du Roncemay (80km). 

Noyers-sur-Serein (12km), one of Frances ‘plus beaux villages’, is the nearest town with a wider choice of facilities such as a wonderful bakery, excellent restaurants and a brilliant shop selling the very best meats, terrines, snails and fine wines. The charming medieval town is full of history with pretty squares and fascinating buildings dating back to the 13th to 19th Centuries. You can wander down by the river, watch artists paint and have a delicious lunch in the picturesque setting.

You’ll find two small supermarkets in Noyers as well as one with a greater choice of fish in L’Isle-sur-Serein (10km). This is another gorgeous riverside village, with an excellent supermarket, a bar, a highly regarded restaurant and a 24h petrol station.

You can also visit local farms to pick up amazing fresh produce such as milk and cheese near Blacy (10km) and meats near Noyers at Clavisy (15km).

Food lovers must visit the wonderful morning French markets to pick up all sorts of local delicacies to cook back at their château. Noyers has a market every Saturday and Wednesday plus in the autumn they host the famous Burgundy truffle market with stalls selling local produce and pottery. Others include Avallon (25km) on a Wednesday, Chablis (36km) on a Sunday morning, Auxerre (52km) on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. A little further afield are markets in Dijon (110km) four times a week on a Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Beaune (106km) on a Saturday.

Burgundy’s wine regions now have a World Heritage status with the beautiful Chablis just over half an hour away, producing one of the world’s most famous white wines. A day’s wine course with tastings and lunch can be arranged at one of the finest producers in the town or simply visit the domaines, boutiques and specialist shops that are scattered over this delightful place. The château can arrange for a top-class sommelier, who has worked with world-class chefs, to spend time with you to advise you on the best vineyards to visits and wines to try.

Also nearby you have the Abbey de Fontenay (30km), dating back to 1118, the oldest preserved Cistercian abbey in the world and the idyllic town of Vézelay (40km), with boutiques, galleries, cafes and flower filled alleyways and courtyards. Both are World Heritage sites and can easily be reached by car in under 45 minutes. The famous Grottes d’Arcy (34km) with amazing ancient cave paintings are also within a short drive.

You can also reach Paris in just one hour by taking the TGV train from nearby Montbard (24km), a wonderful day trip for all the family whether you want to take in the city’s galleries, stroll in the magnificent parks or simply see some of the sights of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Other fantastic places to visit during your stay include the ancient Roman town of Auton (90km), a must-see in Burgundy, Beaune (106km), the historic wine capital of Burgundy and Dijon (110km), also famous for outstanding wines and stunning architecture.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Village

(walking distance)

Nearest Town/City Noyers-su_Serein/L’Isle-sur-Serein


Nearest Shop

(in the village)

Nearest Supermarket Noyers-sur-Serein


Nearest Restaurant Noyers-sur-Serein


Nearest Tennis In the village (free of charge)

(Short walk )

Nearest Airport Dijon/Paris Orly

(1h 30 mins/2h )

Nearest Golf Golf de Tanlay



Renowned throughout the world for its venerable wines, Burgundy is an essential destination for those who appreciate the finer aspects of the winemaker’s art. This is a region where you can visit some of the oldest and most prestigious vineyards in the world and taste wines that are regularly regarded as the best France has to offer (which is saying something). As one of the richest regions of France for hundreds of years, Burgundy also offers a wealth of history and culture as well as beautiful landscapes that offer the adventurous visitor plenty of stuff to do, even if it’s just a walk to admire the scenery. If you’re booking one of our fantastic villas and chateaux in Burgundy, you’ll want to read this fantastic Burgundy travel guide to find all the best things to do, see, eat and drink. 

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Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Burgundy is a beautiful region with so much to offer families with children of all ages.

For outdoor activities, head to the Parc Naturel Régional du Morvan where you will find beautiful woodlands, streams and waterfalls, gentle rolling hills and hidden villages. Wonderful for cyclists, the park also offers canoeing along the Yonne River, horse-riding in spectacular scenery and watersports on the lake such as kayaking and sailing.

Kids will also love the nearby Muséo Parc Alésia (36km), a huge park that tells the story of the ancient city Alesia, it’s battle and the fate of the town through tours, museum exhibitions, archaeological sites and historical re-enactments. There’s also an exhibition featuring the world’s most famous Gaul, Astérix.

The animal park at Parc de l'Auxois (48km) with its miniature train, play area and swimming pool is especially lovely for toddlers and younger children whilst the theme park Nigloland (102km) will appeal to older kids with all sorts of thrilling rides.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Walk to Village
  • Tennis Nearby
  • Cycling
  • Horse Riding
  • Fishing
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Onsite Facilities

  • Board games
  • Child-Safe Pool
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • Toys

Services Available

  • Catering Available
  • Chef/Cook Available


Oliver's Extras

  • Catering Available
  • Chef/Cook Available
  • 3 Complimentary Bottles of Crémant de Bourgogne
  • Wine Library and Wine-Tasting Available
  • Bike-Hire Available

At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Extras included at this property:

- 3 bottles of Crémant de Bourgogne

Extras available at this property (payable locally):

- Private chef
- Wine library (with curated wines available for sale at excellent value, selected by the château's sommelier)
- High-end restaurant service who will deliver to your château
- Chateau hampers for lunches in the garden
- Hire a prestigious local sommelier for vineyard and wine-tasting recommendations
- Bike hire available locally which can be delivered to the château

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit €900 charged to client’s credit card as a pre-authorisation one month before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.
Arrival time 5pm - 7pm
Departure time 10am
Energy costs included? Yes.
Heating costs included? Extra €72 per day from October to April inclusive paid to the owner upon balance payment. Open fireplaces and chopped wood included.
End of stay cleaning included? Yes, within reason. The owners reserve the right to deduct a surcharge from the security deposit to cover any extra cleaning costs that may be required. Guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit. Please note that mid-week cleaning is not available.
Linen & towels included? Yes, including pool towels. Please note that a change of towels is not available.
Pets welcome? Maximum two dogs welcome. Some breeds may be on request only. Please note that they are not permitted on the first and second floors and in the garden area.
Smoking Allowed? Outside only.
Minimum stay 5 nights, except from June to end of September when 7 nights.
Changeover day Flexible, outside May to end of September when Saturday (during this period, other days may be possible on request only). No Sunday changeover.
Other Ts and Cs Weddings, stag/hen parties and any special events are not allowed.
Other Ts and Cs Open from May to end of September (cooler months may not be suitable for swimming).
Other Ts and Cs Please note that whilst the chateau can sleep 20 guests, to respect the heritage of the property the owner will only accept bookings for a maximum of 16 guests.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 16 people:

Rental period 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 22nd 2024 - Apr 27th 2024 - - £5,411
Apr 27th 2024 - May 25th 2024 - £4,758 £5,598
May 25th 2024 - Jun 22nd 2024 - - £6,717
Jun 22nd 2024 - Jul 13th 2024 - - £7,090
Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 31st 2024 - - £7,463
Aug 31st 2024 - Sep 7th 2024 - - £7,090
Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 28th 2024 - - £6,717
Sep 28th 2024 - Dec 21st 2024 £4,758 £5,178 £5,598
Dec 21st 2024 - Dec 29th 2024 - - £6,717
Dec 29th 2024 - Mar 29th 2025 - £4,600 £5,411
Mar 29th 2025 - Apr 12th 2025 - - £5,598
Apr 12th 2025 - Apr 26th 2025 - - £5,411
Apr 26th 2025 - May 24th 2025 - - £5,598
May 24th 2025 - Jun 21st 2025 - - £6,717
Jun 21st 2025 - Jul 12th 2025 - - £7,090
Jul 12th 2025 - Aug 30th 2025 - - £7,463
Aug 30th 2025 - Sep 6th 2025 - - £7,090
Sep 6th 2025 - Sep 27th 2025 - - £6,717
Sep 27th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 - £4,758 £5,598

Prices based on an occupancy of 16 people:

Rental period 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 22nd 2024 - Apr 27th 2024 - - €5,846
Apr 27th 2024 - May 25th 2024 - €5,140 €6,047
May 25th 2024 - Jun 22nd 2024 - - €7,257
Jun 22nd 2024 - Jul 13th 2024 - - €7,660
Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 31st 2024 - - €8,063
Aug 31st 2024 - Sep 7th 2024 - - €7,660
Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 28th 2024 - - €7,257
Sep 28th 2024 - Dec 21st 2024 €5,140 €5,594 €6,047
Dec 21st 2024 - Dec 29th 2024 - - €7,257
Dec 29th 2024 - Mar 29th 2025 - €4,969 €5,846
Mar 29th 2025 - Apr 12th 2025 - - €6,047
Apr 12th 2025 - Apr 26th 2025 - - €5,846
Apr 26th 2025 - May 24th 2025 - - €6,047
May 24th 2025 - Jun 21st 2025 - - €7,257
Jun 21st 2025 - Jul 12th 2025 - - €7,660
Jul 12th 2025 - Aug 30th 2025 - - €8,063
Aug 30th 2025 - Sep 6th 2025 - - €7,660
Sep 6th 2025 - Sep 27th 2025 - - €7,257
Sep 27th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 - €5,140 €6,047

Prices based on an occupancy of 16 people:

Rental period 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 22nd 2024 - Apr 27th 2024 - - $6,228
Apr 27th 2024 - May 25th 2024 - $5,476 $6,443
May 25th 2024 - Jun 22nd 2024 - - $7,731
Jun 22nd 2024 - Jul 13th 2024 - - $8,160
Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 31st 2024 - - $8,590
Aug 31st 2024 - Sep 7th 2024 - - $8,160
Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 28th 2024 - - $7,731
Sep 28th 2024 - Dec 21st 2024 $5,476 $5,959 $6,443
Dec 21st 2024 - Dec 29th 2024 - - $7,731
Dec 29th 2024 - Mar 29th 2025 - $5,294 $6,228
Mar 29th 2025 - Apr 12th 2025 - - $6,443
Apr 12th 2025 - Apr 26th 2025 - - $6,228
Apr 26th 2025 - May 24th 2025 - - $6,443
May 24th 2025 - Jun 21st 2025 - - $7,731
Jun 21st 2025 - Jul 12th 2025 - - $8,160
Jul 12th 2025 - Aug 30th 2025 - - $8,590
Aug 30th 2025 - Sep 6th 2025 - - $8,160
Sep 6th 2025 - Sep 27th 2025 - - $7,731
Sep 27th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 - $5,476 $6,443

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Owner Profile

How long have you owned the property?
4 years.

What was it about the property that you first fell in love with?
We actually never saw the property – most of the falling in love happened through a chance encounter with an estate agent’s window in Paris. It all started with the idea a lot earlier.

I have always had a vision to own a castle in France since I was a boy. In my vision I had a castle with a vineyard in front of it – so ending up with a castle in Bourgogne was a good fit. My wife and I had both been to Bourgogne
separately before marrying and we both loved it and its sense of quintessential rural France. After we met, we travelled to Paris, almost every year, until we saw the castle in the Estate Agent’s window in Saint Germain. When we went to Paris for our honeymoon – my wife saw a picture of it on my phone by chance – we then talked about it. After a lot of research and deliberation we decided to “listen” to our inspiration and buy it.

I believe a person has to “follow their bliss” – to know their purpose and to follow their heart’s call for all endeavours. If they do, then life will unfold in profound and beautiful ways. The Castle is a part of that unfoldment.

We adore that origins of this castle stretch back to around 1000 AD. And that it has protected people from persecution and provided safe harbour. We love that the castle stood proud through vast slabs of history: the dark ages, Joan of Arc, the Revolution.

Imagine you discovered an ancient magical book covered in old leather with thick textured pages written in a beautiful but indecipherable mysterious language. This is how it feels when you step into the castle, its warmth, magic, and history are all around you. As one Burgundian put it “it’s like discovering a little bit of heaven.”

Are there any interesting stories in its history?
Many. Chateau Bourgogne is one of the oldest chateaux in Burgundy and is a royal estate. A fortified castle built around 1100 and belonging to the dukes of Bourgogne, it was one of the most important strongholds of the region over centuries, and the inhabitants of many of the villages took refuge there in times of war.

After the castle was caught and set fire to by Edward the III rd, King of England, the new castle was built between 1359 and 1361. It was in turn badly damaged during the wars at the beginning of the 15th century when the drawbridge, the fixed bridge and the towers and moat were destroyed. The dukes, and then the kings, would give this lordship to various people whom they wished to reward for their services or their loyalty.

Have you ever had any famous guests staying?
The castle was owned and largely elevated to its current stature by a French actress and singer.

For anyone coming to stay is there anything in the surrounding area they should...
Really do?
- Take a walk from the Castle into the local forest to discover La Dame Blanche, a druidic Menhir.
- Visit the medieval town of Vezelay or the picturesque town of Noyers
- Chablis and its wine courses

Really eat?
One of the best things of being in Burgundy is access to sublime produce from vegetable and legumes to the finest charcuterie, meats and wine in the world. Restaurants abound a plenty, like the Michelin-starred restaurant Au Fil Du Zinc in Chablis but we have found that over time the best experience is to visit the markets like the ones in Avalon, Noyers, Chablis, Beaune, Auxerre or Dijon and experience the culture fare first hand. You can also enjoy the castle’s Lacanche stove and spacious kitchen. 

Really see?
- Abbey de Fontenay (World Heritage by Unesco)
- Avallon, a fortified town and its market on Saturday morning
- Cave paintings in the Grottes d’Arcy
- Beaune, the historic wine capital of Burgundy
- Dijon, the capital city of the Burgundy region, one of the country’s principal wine-producing areas.

What insider tip would you pass on about the property or the area?

Make time to just be. Turn your stay into a balance of enjoying your time at the castle as well as enjoying its grounds and sight-seeing. Together, you’ll have a magnificent stay.



  • We had a fantastic week at the castle!

    on 11/10/2023

    The weather was wonderful - cool enough to enjoy a fire in the evenings, but the perfect temperature for some outdoor time by the pool (or a glass of wine on the watchtower terrace!) The views are truly amazing. We loved the wine tasting at the on-site winery and had several dinners brought in by local vendors. The Property Manager helped us coordinate the catered dinners, kept us in wine, and had an answer to our every question. The castle is convenient to the airport in Paris, but also centrally located for our day trips to Chablis, Beaune, Dijon, Noyers, and other locations! Looking forward to returning for our third visit as soon as possible! Thanks for another memorable soul-healing vacation.

  • Many thanks for a great setting

    on 29/06/2023

    We came here to celebrate the 75th birthday of our grandmother and mother-in-law from from four different European countries. The castle is amazing, truly one of a kind. Especially, the kids enjoyed the pool, area. We also did a wine tasting tour in Chablis, which is highly recommended. Our week was filled with laughter, good food, wine, and most importantly having a chance to come together again. Many thanks for a great setting.

  • So many memories

    on 17/06/2023

    We were so lucky with the weather, so were able to take full advantage of the pool. The turret allowed for stargazing to a degree that we don't get at home. So many memories of laughter, drinking and family time. Thank you.

  • A splendid week

    on 15/04/2023

    Splendid week, spent with friends, amazing trips, fabulous food and superb wine! I loved the house triple! So much space to enjoy with family and friends.

  • A wonderful time in a wonderful castle!

    on 28/10/2022

    A wonderful time had by all of our family in this wonderful castle - -what a treat to spend time in a place with such a rich history!
    We loved eating marshmallows by the fire, exploring all the nooks and crannies of the caste, admiring the autumn colours of the garden and big family meals inside and out (we had amazing and exceptional weather.) Outside of the castle, we went wine tasting at Epineuil, visited Tonnere,
    explored the Grotte ‘Arcy, We played tennis a number of times, went regularly to beautiful Noyers, and saw a great exhibition at the Chateau Arcy d’ Franc. And the kids went twice to the biplane park - Auxois Morvan Adventures (for children and adults!). Thanks to the Manager for showing us the wine barrels and teaching us about wine production - it was a special treat. Mercy Mille Fois!

  • Holiday of a lifetime

    on 15/10/2022

    From Australia, we planned this special holiday celebration for a 70th birthday with a 50th wedding anniversary. We were looking for a place to make wonderful lifelong memories and Chateau Bourgogne did just that. Autumn colours arriving to the Chateau, leaves with pink and greens, provided a stunning affect.
    The castle transported young and old to past times. An exceptional Chateau experience.

  • Seven Glorious Days at Chateau Bourgogne!

    on 24/09/2022

    Special thanks to the Property Manager and the Chateau Team for all their guidance, help and glorious food, plus wine. You created many special memories. Viva Burgundy and Chateau Bourgogne.

  • A wonderful week

    on 27/08/2022

    What a wonderful week we had! The sun shone, the birds sang and the nine children laughed, played and swam. Our big family couldn’t have had a more perfect week. The children spent every waking hour in the pool. We had lovely trips to Noyers, Auxerre and Chablis - all highly recommended. The Chateau is an amazing place.

  • A dream come true

    on 20/08/2022

    A dream I thought I would never realise was to stay, actually live temporarily, in a beautiful French Chateau. Being here, living here for a week with my wife, was that dream coming to life. Beautiful mornings of coffee and croissants out on the lawn table, day visiting other castles or strolling beautiful Noyers and evenings dining at the table, just Amy and I, with a fire blazing in the medieval fireplace, as it would have been 700 years ago. Thanks so much to the property manager for his help and guidance, and for a wonderful meal at Maison Paillot, and for a special wine tasting. So now my dream is to return.

  • A Beautiful Setting!

    on 13/07/2019

    What a beautiful setting for a special week with special friends and family. We loved the ambience and especially loved lounging in the gazebo by the pool. Thank you too to the in house catering, the meal served to us in the Chateau was outstanding. We’ll be back.

  • So many unforgettable memories made!

    on 05/06/2019

    We spent the most wonderful 10 days in this wonderful castle. Thank you!
    The castle was more than we could have imagined. We enjoyed the pool, local wine and cuisine thanks to the in house sommelier and will certainly return.
    So many unforgettable memories made! We cannot thank you enough.

  • The Castle is Amazing!

    on 25/09/2018

    We had the best of times here in the castle full of laughter, joy, wine and good food.
    The castle is amazing and we would love to come again. Thank you for sharing this place we felt as if in part of a fairytale.

  • Perfect Visit in Every Way

    on 05/01/2018

    We have just returned from our time at Chateau Bourgogne, and I am struggling for words to adequately describe our visit. Of course, when you have planned accommodations in a structure begun in the 1100s, you are a little concerned on the modern conveniences on which one is now dependent. Put those fears at rest! The Castle has been carefully and thoughtfully updated and our stay could not have been more pleasant. The rooms, linens and private areas are all very comfortable. The baths have been updated and easily accommodate a large party. We used the kitchen often to deliver every type and level of meal – from a quick nosh – to a five-course delight. The Great Room is my favorite with a fire place large enough to walk in and efficient enough to keep all comfortable. There is a Bluetooth enabled speaker system for that added touch as you relax, and wi-fi to stay in touch with the outside world. We were close to other towns and day trips were easy and fun! My only complaint is that it was too cool to use the lovely pool or sit at the table at the front entry and admire what must be beautiful flowering vines that grace the entry – but we were graced with snow which was magical! We can’t wait to return!

  • The Castle

    Created on 01/08/2017

    We met up with our friends from Australia & Ireland (13 in total) at CDG and drove approx. 2.5 hours to Chateau Bourgogne. The manager was waiting for us when we arrived and despite it being a cool April day, the heating was on and the place was warm. Chateau Bourgogne is a magnificent property with about 10 bedrooms across three levels and numerous bathrooms (some ensuite) as well as numerous reception rooms, turrets, cellars and a dungeon. It is very well appointed and easily housed our party for the week. It is very well located in the Burgundy countryside and in close proximity to a World Heritage town. We also visited many other towns as well as a day trip to Paris on the fast train from Montbard (about 20 minutes’ drive from Chateau Bourgogne). It was cold the week we stayed however the Castle was very warm and we spent several evenings in front of the enormous fire place in the main reception room. Highly recommended. We are looking forward to our next stay during summer, so we can use the pool!

  • Just WOW! An experience that we will never forget!

    Created on 31/07/2017

    Thank you so much for such a very memorable week at this divine castle. It was just incredible. Our memories of the pool sessions, cooking French cuisine in your gorgeous fully-equipped kitchen, exploring the beautiful grounds and area of Chateau Bourgogne will last a LIFETIME. This castle is so pretty, unique, comfortable and so accommodating and close enough to so many other amazing towns. We will be back! Merci!

  • A magical setting to celebrate with friends and family!

    on 19/07/2017

    We stayed in this beautiful place for a blissful week and held our French wedding celebration dinner (we had already been married back home in Aus) in the garden with the Chateau as the backdrop. The chateau is a truly unique experience, steeped in history with many picturesque villages and walks nearby to explore. Or you can just enjoy lazing by the pool with a glass of local rose in hand! We hope we get to visit one day again!

  • Best Ever Stay, So Unique!

    on 18/01/2017

    In August 2016 we spent 1 week with family at Chateau Bourgogne. It surpassed my expectations from the moment we entered the medieval castle with all modern cons. The bedrooms on the 2 upper floors are large with beautiful bed linen and fluffy towels. The kitchen on the ground floor is spacious enough to prepare a sumptuous dinner, or just heat up the beautiful delicacies we bought mostly in the nearby gorgeous village nearby. The grand dining room we used only twice, as the weather was so perfect, we had most of our meals on the terrace, and pre-dinner drinks on the turret. There was plenty to explore in the area by car. We visited a Romanesque church, an abbey, caves, wineries and a medieval town. Coming home to the castle we always had a relaxing swim in the resort-style pool, which was a pleasant 25C. We would love to come back to explore more of the area, while living in a medieval castle.

  • Fairytale Castle!

    Created on 24/10/2016

    What a fabulous hideaway in Burgundy. We really loved Chateau Bourgogne - A Castle hidden away in a medieval village in one of the designated Beautiful Villages of France. This whole area is packed with stunning villages, quiet roads, world heritage listed historical sites, vineyards, restaurants and artisans presenting their handiwork to the locals and tourists alike. We had such a wonderful time exploring this area whilst based in this beautiful castle. This castle is fantastic, with a great blend of medieval rustic charm and modern comfortable rooms with all the trimmings we expect as modern-day tourists. Clean modern ensuites and bathrooms, comfortable beds, beautiful linen, fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi, TV room, library, pool, outdoor area and privacy. All the rooms are huge, clean, comfortable and cosy. The thick stone walls provide a quiet and well insulated environment. This castle has all the fun and fantasy that we imagined, afternoon tea with local cheese and biscuits on the turret with a view of the surrounding town and farming fields, a library in another turret, our ensuite in another turret. Sipping local wines and basking in the mild French sun by the pool. Fresh baguettes, cheese, fruit, and other meals prepared in the kitchen. With 10 bedrooms you can bring your friends and family and have a fantastic getaway. We thoroughly enjoyed this castle and will make it our new home when next we visit Burgundy. Thank you for making this a highlight of our 2016 Europe holiday.

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