List your property Owners
  • Start typing for suggestions...

Featured Properties

Contact Details:


13, Rue Courtepée


Write a review

Price per week:

price from €320






Description for Gite

This charming 24m² apartment is situated in a traditional Burgundy stone building. Its spacious layout is divided into three distinct areas, offering a comfortable stay:
- An open, fully-equipped kitchen seamlessly connected to the living space.
- A cozy living room featuring a sofa bed and a 80cm TV for your entertainment.
- A tranquil sleeping area with a comfortable 140*190 bed.
Additionally, the apartment includes a modern bathroom with a refreshing shower.
Stay connected with our high-speed internet, and enjoy the convenience of complimentary linen and towel provision.


Aucun avis pour l'instant Write a review



Animals Allowed


  • Dijon Cathedral: Located just a short distance from Rue Courtepée, Dijon Cathedral, also known as Cathédrale Saint-Bénigne de Dijon, is a stunning example of Gothic architecture. It dates back to the 13th century and features intricate stained glass windows and beautiful sculptures.
  • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon: Situated close to Rue Courtepée, this museum houses an impressive collection of artwork, including pieces by renowned artists such as Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh. It also features a section dedicated to Burgundian art and history.
  • Palais des Ducs et des États de Bourgogne: The Palais des Ducs et des États de Bourgogne, or Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, is a grand medieval palace located in the heart of Dijon. Visitors can explore its historical rooms, admire the stunning architecture, and learn about the rich history of the region.
  • Jardin de l'Arquebuse: This beautiful botanical garden is a tranquil oasis in the city. It features a wide variety of plants, including a rose garden, medicinal herb garden, and a collection of exotic plants. The garden also houses a small natural history museum.
  • Owl's Trail: Dijon's Owl's Trail is a self-guided walking tour that takes visitors through the historical center of the city. The trail is marked with brass plaques in the shape of an owl and leads to various landmarks, including the Notre-Dame Church and the Place de la Libération.
  • La Maison Millière: Located in a charming half-timbered house, La Maison Millière is a traditional mustard shop in Dijon. Visitors can sample a variety of mustard flavors and learn about the history and production of this famous local condiment.
  • Musée de la Moutarde: For mustard enthusiasts, the Musée de la Moutarde is a must-visit attraction. This unique museum showcases the history of mustard-making in Dijon, including displays of vintage mustard pots, packaging, and machinery.
  • Parc de la Colombière: Situated a short distance from Rue Courtepée, Parc de la Colombière is a large park with beautiful landscaped gardens, walking trails, and a small lake. It's a perfect place to relax, have a picnic, or enjoy a leisurely stroll.
  • Rue des Forges: Known for its charming medieval atmosphere, Rue des Forges is a picturesque street lined with colorful half-timbered houses, boutiques, and cafes. It's a great place to wander and soak in the ambiance of Dijon's historic center. 10. Maison des Cariatides: The Maison des Cariatides, or House of Caryatids, is a striking architectural gem in Dijon. It features intricately carved female figures as supporting columns, which give the building its unique character. It's worth a visit for architecture enthusiasts.

The nearest listings: