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S Jones
35 Rue De La Fontaine
Saint Nicolas Les Citeaux



1 reviews

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price from €75





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We offer four generously sized rooms, each measuring approximately 22m2, complete with private bathrooms. Our charming independent house, originally built in 1901, has been fully renovated to ensure your utmost comfort. Additionally, guests can enjoy a delightful heated swimming pool, available from May 1st to October 30th, weather permitting. Our property is nestled in a quaint village just 7km away from Nuits Saint Georges, conveniently situated between Beaune (25km to the south) and Dijon (25km to the north). To enhance your experience, we also provide guided tours of the renowned Burgundy wine region, along with the opportunity to indulge in wine tastings.


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Chambres de charme
Review by: Séverine Guilbert, Juin 24 2010 2:41AM
Très jolie étape. Accueil sympathique et chaleureux. Chambres confortables et spacieuses au grand calme. La table conviviale et l'excelllence des vins que notre hotesse sait si bien expliquer nous ont charmé.

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Take Motorway A31 and exit at Nuits-Saint-Georges. Continue following the signs for Agencourt for 6 km, then head towards Saint Nicolas les Cîteaux which is 9 km away from Nuits-Saint-Georges station. Beaune is located 20 km away and Dijon is 25 km away.



Swimming Pool
Credit cards accepted
Animals Allowed


  • Clos de Vougeot: Located just 3 kilometers away, Clos de Vougeot is a prestigious vineyard and chateau famous for producing some of the finest Burgundy wines. Visitors can take guided tours of the vineyards, explore the historic chateau, and indulge in wine tastings.
  • Château du Clos de Vougeot: Situated within the vineyard of Clos de Vougeot, this medieval castle is a must-visit for history enthusiasts. The castle has a rich history dating back to the 12th century and offers guided tours that showcase its impressive architecture and the fascinating stories behind it.
  • Abbey of Cîteaux: Approximately 6 kilometers away, the Abbey of Cîteaux is a significant religious site and the birthplace of the Cistercian Order. Visitors can explore the stunning abbey grounds, visit the monastery, and learn about the history and traditions of the Cistercian monks.
  • Château de la Rochepot: Situated around 10 kilometers from the given location, Château de la Rochepot is a picturesque medieval castle perched on a hilltop. This fairytale-like castle features colorful tiled roofs and offers guided tours where visitors can discover its rich history and admire the stunning panoramic views.
  • Hospices de Beaune: Located around 20 kilometers away in the town of Beaune, Hospices de Beaune is a historic hospital complex founded in the 15th century. It is known for its unique architecture, vibrant colored roofs, and the annual wine auction held within its walls. Visitors can explore the hospital museum and learn about its charitable past.
  • Burgundy Wine Museum: Situated in Beaune, approximately 20 kilometers away, the Burgundy Wine Museum (Musée du Vin de Bourgogne) provides a comprehensive insight into the region's wine production. The museum showcases the tools, techniques, and history of winemaking in Burgundy, making it an ideal destination for wine enthusiasts.
  • Château de Meursault: Located about 30 kilometers away, Château de Meursault is a magnificent wine estate and castle that dates back to the 11th century. Visitors can take guided tours of the estate, explore the cellars, and enjoy wine tastings, discovering the heritage and excellent wines produced in the region.
  • Dijon: Situated around 30 kilometers north of the given location, Dijon is the capital city of the Burgundy region. It is known for its well-preserved medieval center, charming streets, and iconic landmarks such as the Palais des Ducs de Bourgogne (Ducal Palace) and the Notre-Dame de Dijon Cathedral. Visitors can also indulge in the famous local mustard and explore the vibrant markets and shops. These attractions offer a mix of historical, cultural, and gastronomic experiences, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the rich heritage and flavors of Burgundy.