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Viviane Pelisson
14 Rue Pasteur


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Located on the ground floor of a stunning private mansion from the 17th century in the historical center of Dijon, Le Pasteur offers a truly comfortable stay. The ambiance is warm and welcoming, with every detail carefully considered to make you feel at home.

Spanning across 600 sqft (55m2), this charming apartment features:
- A spacious and luminous living room with an open kitchen and dining area
- A bedroom with beautiful parquet flooring and exquisite wooden accents
- An independent bathroom with a generous-sized shower.

With a 4-star rating, Le Pasteur is fully equipped with modern amenities, including:
- Kitchen: oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric coffeemaker, toaster, and various small appliances
- Living room: flat-screen TV, DVD player, Hi-fi system, WiFi, telephone, and a comfortable sofa bed
- Bedroom: a cozy queen-size bed, iron, and ironing board
- Bathroom: washing machine and hairdryer
- Additional features include a folding bed and high chair, available upon request.


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Le Pasteur can be found in the heart of Dijon.

If you are traveling by car:
If coming from Paris on the A6, take the exit at Pouilly en Auxois and continue on the A38.
If coming from Lyon on the A6, drive until you reach Beaune and then follow the signs for Dijon on the A31.
If coming from Nancy on the A39, take the exit at Arc s/ Tille.

If you prefer to travel by train:
The TGV from Paris to Dijon takes approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes.
The TGV from Lille to Dijon takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes (with a connection from Eurostar).
The train station is located 2 kilometers away from Le Pasteur, and you can easily reach it by taxi or bus.



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