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Norma Smith
11 Rue Robarde
Tailly
21190

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0380268849

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La Maison Emily, Boutique Chambres d'hotes, In the heart of the Burgundy vineyards, where a warm welcome awaits you. If you are looking for accommodation in Burgundy, this is the place for you. This area of France is wine growing territory, with vineyards as far as the eye can see, supplying some of the most renowned wines in France and the world.

Description of La Maison Emily Bed & Breakfast:

Beaune (5 km)
For those guests who would like to explore the numerous vineyards and chateau's, they will be spoilt for choice. The beautiful town of Beaune is only 3 miles away, where there are many delicious shops to browse around. Buy homemade wild peach jam from the tiny shop with a big name, Palais des Gourmets on Place Carnot and be tempted every step of the way by the charcuteries and patisseries. B0UCHE in Place Monge is famous for its chocolate and cakes, ALAIN HESS for cheeses and BOUTIQUE VEDRENNE has a glorious array of fruit liqueurs and marcs.
Wine Lovers should visit L'Athenaeum de la Vigne et du Vin in Rue de l'Hotel du Vin for books and accessories and Le Comptoir Viticole in Rue Samuel-Legay for more wine paraphernalia.
The town is famous for its Baroque Music Festival every week-end throughout July, the Festival, 'Cours, Eau, Jardins' throughout the summer, the Jazz Festival in September, the Hospice de Beaune Wine Auction in November, and the colourful Festival of Saint-Vincent, the patron saint of wine, each January.
Situated in the heart of prestigious vineyards, like Pommard, Corton-Charlemagne, La Romanee-Conti whose names make wine lovers' eyes sparkle, Beaune is also a city of art with the master element of the town's heritage: the Hotel-Dieu (Hospice de Beau ne) and its multicoloured roofs.
Beneath the cobblestone streets lies a treasure that every visitor has to visit! Since the Middle-Ages, Beaune is deeply involved in wine culture and trade, and became centre of international wine trade in the 18th century. Thus, Beaune has been designated CAPITAL OF BURGUNDY WINES where wine growers and merchants invite you to discover their wine cellars and taste their best wines.
Beaune is not only famous for its wines but also for its gastronomy. The town counts over a hundred restaurants offering pleasant moments for your taste buds. This delightful diversity of restaurants provides something for everyone in all circumstances: Brasserie's terrace, domain's table d'hote, Michelin star restaurants and more........
Discover also museums and production sites dedicated to local specialities such ha Cassis, mustard or Cremant de Bourgogne (sparkling wine )!
Tasting, Heritage, Discovery, Gastronomy and Leisure activities, the numerous charms of Beaune will attract you. BEAUNE, is a city where strolling is a Pleasure!
Travel a few kilometers and you will find Meursault, Puligny Monrachet, Pommard, Volnay, Monthelie, Auxey-Duresses. North towards Dijon there is Nuit St. George, Aloxe Corton, and Gevry Chamberton.
Meursault (3 km)
Local legend has it that a person who drinks only Meursault will never over-indulge, but I would hesitate to put this to the test, particularly with modern verification sometimes yielding full-bodied whites at 13.5 to 14 percent alcohol.
Meursault (Murr-so") is one of the relatively few Burgundy villages that produces almost entirely white wine (which, you'll recall, in Burgndy normally means Chardonnay). The whites made here tend to be both full-bodied and acidic, a combination that, at is best, yields wines of real character, particu larly from the region's three premier cru vineyards, Les Perrieres, Les Genevrieres and Les Charmes.
Puligny Montrachet (5 km)
The "Scabby Hill" ("Mont Rachaz"), not much more than an undulation between the villages of Puligy and Chassagne, is one of the most famous vineyards sites in the world. As with other Burgundy villages, both Puligny and Chassagne now officially append the name of their most famous vineyard to their own names. Wines from the chassagne side are called "Le Montrachet" and from the Puligny side simply "Montrachet" - there are 4 hectares of each. Above Montrachet proper is the 7.59ha of Chevaler Montrachet (all in Puligny), at the bottom of the slope lies Batard Montrachet (6.02ha in Pulligny). The names of these two Grand Crus supposedly reflect the division of the estate of the Seigneur de Montrachet between h is two sons, one of whom had been a knight in the Crusades, the other was illegitimate. Puligny also contains the Grand Cru of Bienvenues-Batad-Montrachet (3.69ha).
Pommard (5 km)
The square bell tower of its 18th century church characterise the village and on the hills that surround Pommard the vineyards dominate the landscape.
The Chateau de Pommard has recenetly undergone extensive refurbishment. It is open for tours of its vineyards, wine cellars and degustations of its own world renowned wine production.
Volnay (4 km)
The vineyards of Volnay are in the southern part of the Cote de Beaune, beetween Pommard and Meursault. As the village is bordered by the prestigious vines of Pommard and Meursault, every piece of ground that is capable of growing quality grapes is used. Producing only red wine from the Pinot noir grape, there is a total of 213 hectares of which 128 hectares contain 30 different Premier Cru appellations.
Monthelie (4 km)
A small village nestling in a valley behind Meursault and Volnay, Monthelie produces mostly red wines, mini-Volnays with ppealing fruit but sometimes a rustic edge, and a small amount of white wine. The best wines come from the steep slopes above the villae, such as Les Duresses.
Auxey-Duresses (6 km)
The village is nestled on a hillside which leads you until La Rochepot village and to is magnificent castle. A church built in the 15th century and the triptych arer worth seeing.
There are other things to do apart of WINE TASTING, that's if you are interested!!!
The village of LEVERNOIS (8 km), with its 18 hole and 9 hole courses is a popular destination for you golfers.
Beaune (7 km)

For those guests who would like to explore the numerous vineyards and Chateaux's, they will be spoiled for choice. The beautiful town of Beaune is only 3 miles away, where there are many delicious shops to browse around. Buy wild homemade peach jam from the tiny shop with a big name, Palais des Gourmets on Place Carnot and be tempted every step of the way by the meats and pastries. B0UCHE in Place Monge is famous for its chocolate and cakes, cheeses for ALAIN HESS STORE VEDRENNE and has a glorious array of fruit liqueurs and marks.

Wine Lovers should visit The Athenaeum of Vine and Wine in Rue de l'Hotel du Vin for books and accessories and Le Comptoir in Wine Street Samuel Legay for more wine paraphernalia.

The town is famous for its Baroque Music Festival every weekend throughout July, the Festival, 'Course, Water Gardens' throughout the summer, the Jazz Festival in September, the Hospice de Beaune Wine Auction in November, and the colorful festival of St. Vincent, the patron saint of wine, each January.

Situated in the heart of prestigious vineyards, like Pommard, Corton-Charlemagne, La Romanee-Conti Whose names make wine lovers' eyes sparkle, Beaune is also a city of art with the master element of the town's heritage: the Hotel Dieu (Hospital Beau does) and its multicolored roofs.

Beneath the cobblestone streets lies a treasure that every visitor has to visit! Since the Middle-Ages, Beaune is deeply involved in wine cultivation and trade, and Became the center of international wine trade in the 18th century. Thus, Beaune has been designated CAPITAL OF BURGUNDY WINES where wine growers and merchants invite you to discover their wine cellars and taste their best wines.

Beaune is not only famous for its wines intended also for its gastronomy. The town counts over a hundred restaurants offering pleasant moments for your taste buds. This delightful diversity of restaurants provides something for everyone in all circumstances: Brasserie's terrace, domain's table d'hote, Michelin star restaurants and more ........

Discover also museums and sites dedicated to producing local specialties such ha Cassis, mustard gold Cremant de Bourgogne (sparkling wine)!

Tasting, Heritage, Discovery, Gastronomy and Leisure activities, the numerous charms of Beaune will attract you. BEAUNE, is a city where strolling is a Pleasure!

Travel a few kilometers and you will find Meursault, Puligny Monrachet, Pommard, Volnay, Monthelie, Auxey-Duresses. North towards Dijon Night there is St. George, Aloxe Corton, and Gevry Chamberton.

Meursault (3 km)

Local legend has it that a person who drinks only Meursault will never over-indulge, but I would hesitate to put this to the test, Particularly with modern verification sometimes yielding full-bodied whites at 13.5 to 14 percent alcohol.

Meursault (Murr-so ") is one of the relatively few villages that Burgundy produces almost entirely white wine (which, you'll recall, in Burgndy normally means Chardonnay). The whites made here tends to be both full-bodied and acidic, a combination that, is at best, yields wines of real character, particu larly from the region's three premier cru vineyards, the Perrieres, The Genevrières and Les Charmes.

Puligny Montrachet (7 km)

The "Scabby Hill" (Mount Rachaz "), not much more than an undulation between the villages of Chassagne and Puligy, is one of the most famous vineyards sites in the world. As with other villages in Burgundy, Chassagne and Puligny both now officially append the name of their most famous vineyard to their own names. Wines from the Chassagne side are called "Le Montrachet" and from the Puligny side simply "Montrachet" - there are 4 acres of each. Above is the proper Montrachet 7.59ha of Horse Montrachet (all in Puligny), at the bottom of the slope lies Batard Montrachet (6.02ha in Pulligny). The names of these two Grand Crus supposedly reflect the division of the estate of the Lord of Montrachet h is between two sounds, one of whom Had been a knight in the Crusades, the other was illegitimate. Puligny also contains the Grand Cru of welcome-Batad-Montrachet (3.69ha).

Pommard (6 km)

The square bell tower of its 18th century church characterizes the village and on the hills that surround the Pommard vineyards dominate the landscape.

The Chateau de Pommard recenetly has undergone extensive refurbishment. It is open for tours of its vineyards, wine cellars and tastings of its own world renowned wine production.

Volnay (6 km)

The vineyards of Volnay are in the southern part of the Cote de Beaune, Pommard and Meursault beetween. As the village is bordered by the prestigious vines of Pommard and Meursault, every piece of ground that is capable of growing quality grapes is used. Producing only red wine from the Pinot noir grape, there is a total of 213 hectares of which 128 hectares contain 30 different Premier Cru appellations.

Monthelie (5 km)

A small village nestling in a valley behind Meursault and Volnay, Monthelie produces mostly red wines, mini-ppealing Volnay with fruit but sometimes a rustic edge, and a small amount of white wine. The best wines come from the steep slopes above the Villae, such as The Duresses.

Auxey-Duresses (6 km)

The village is nestled on a hillside Which leads you until the village and to Rochepot is magnificent castle. A church built in the 15th century and the triptych arer worth seeing.

There are other things to do apart of WINE TASTING, that's if you are interested!

The village of LEVERNOIS (8 km), with its 18 hole and 9 hole courses is a popular destination for you golfers.

Attractions:

Golf, swimming, bikes, hot air ballooning, walking, horse riding

Directions to La Maison Emily

La Maison-Emily is the perfect place for discovering the most prestigious wine regions of Burgundy, also the centre of Beaune, known for the historical Hospice de Beaune, and also the famous wine auction, which is held each year in November. You can stop over for one night when tavelling South to the sun or going sking, or maybe for a quiet relaxing break for a few days to visit the world famous wine regions, or maybe for house hunting in the region.
Whatever the reason you will be most welcome.
We are situated approximately 5km from the main A6 autoroute. As you leave the Autoroute (Exit 24.1- Hospices des Beaune) at the first roundabout, take the 4th exit right, Montagny les Beaune, Campanile is situated on the left, drive straight on until you come to a mini roundabout, turn right which brings you into Bligny-les-Beaune. At the T junction, (Patisserie straight ahead, church on the left), turn left and follow the signs for Demigny. About 1km you will enter into TAILLY, take the first right after the sign and we are 150m on the right hand side. Please drive through the double gates and private parking is at the rear of the property.

Emily House is the perfect spot for discovering Beaune and the surroundng areas, for a stopover when tavelling South to the sun or sking, for a quiet relaxing break or maybe for house hunting in the region.

Whatever the reason you will be most welcome.

We are situated 5km from the main A6 motorway. As you leave the motorway (Exit 24.1-Hospices of Beaune) at the first roundabout, follow the signs for Montagny les Beaune, the Campanile is situated on the left, drive straight on until you come to a mini roundabout, turn right Which brings you into Bligny-les-Beaune. At the T junction, (Patisserie straight ahead), turn left and follow the signs for Demigny. About 1km you will enter into TAILLY, take the first right after the sign and we are 150m on the right hand side.

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