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Irène Lenoir
18 Rue Du Manoir- Hameau De Moux


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Situated at the pinnacle of a hill in the charming hamlet of Moux, stands an impressive manor house crafted from pink-tinted stone dating back to the fifteenth century. Once owned by Guigone de Salins and Nicolas Rolin, the esteemed founders of the Hospices de Beaune.

As you approach, a vast farmyard barn and majestic stone walls greet you, alongside a romantic bedroom nestled within a pigeon tower. Surrounding the estate, fields of crops stretch into the distance, offering a breathtaking panorama that spans from Mont Blanc to the radiant vineyards in the heart of Burgundy. After a period of dormancy, Equivocal has been revived, and its sturdy, inviting walls eagerly welcome you to experience the tranquil ambiance where silence and nature reign supreme.

Embrace the revitalizing air, the soothing sounds of the forest, and the gentle murmurs of nearby rivers as you throw open the grand windows of this heritage building.

Inside, the manor's spacious guest room boasts exquisite medieval design elements and regal fireplaces, promising utmost relaxation and comfort.

The village itself boasts an enviable location, enveloped by some of the region's most esteemed wine estates. Just 12 kilometers from Beaune and a mere 8 kilometers from Nuits-Saint-Georges, it is the perfect base for wine enthusiasts to explore the area. A delicious breakfast is included, ensuring a delightful start to each day of your stay.


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To get to Savigny-Les-Beaune-SAINT-NICOLAS from Highway Exit 24 BEAUNE-CENTRE, follow these directions:

Take the N74, also known as the road to Dijon, situated between Beaune and Dijon. As you drive, you will notice the slopes on your left (west) and the plain on your right (east). The hamlet of Moux is located in the plain.

From Beaune on the national road, continue until you reach the village of Corgoloin. Take the first right turn labeled "The Path of Mr.". Stay on this road, crossing over the railway lines and the highway. Keep going straight for two miles, as you gradually descend into the plain.

This route is approximately 8km to 12km between the towns of Nuits-Saint-Georges and Beaune.




  • Château de Clos de Vougeot: Located just 2 kilometers away, this historic castle is a must-visit for wine enthusiasts. It is known for its association with the Cistercian monks and Burgundy wine production, offering guided tours and wine tastings.
  • Beaune: Situated approximately 15 kilometers from Corgoloin, Beaune is a charming town renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture and famous Hospices de Beaune. Explore the town's narrow streets, visit the wine cellars, and indulge in local cuisine.
  • The Hospices de Beaune: A highlight of Beaune, the Hospices de Beaune is a former charitable almshouse founded in the 15th century. It is distinguished by its colorful tiled roof and houses a museum showcasing art and historical artifacts.
  • Château de la Rochepot: Located around 20 kilometers from Corgoloin, this fairy-tale castle dates back to the 12th century. Admire its striking Burgundian roof tiles and explore its interior, which features a collection of period furniture.
  • Dijon: Approximately 30 kilometers away, Dijon is the capital city of the Burgundy region. Discover its rich history by visiting the Ducal Palace, the Notre-Dame de Dijon Cathedral, and the charming old town with its half-timbered houses.
  • Palais des Ducs et des États de Bourgogne: Situated in Dijon, this imposing palace was the residence of the dukes of Burgundy. Now a museum, it houses a vast collection of art and offers panoramic views from its tower.
  • Château du Clos de Vougeot: Just a short distance from Corgoloin, this castle is another prominent wine-related attraction. It serves as the headquarters of the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, an esteemed wine brotherhood.
  • Côte de Nuits: Known for its prestigious vineyards, the Côte de Nuits region is easily accessible from Corgoloin. Take a scenic drive along this renowned wine route, passing through picturesque villages such as Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin.
  • Château de Meursault: Located approximately 25 kilometers away, this castle is famous for its white wines. Explore its wine cellars, enjoy a tasting, and take a stroll through the scenic vineyards surrounding the estate. 10. Cluny Abbey: Although a bit further away (around 80 kilometers), Cluny Abbey is worth the visit for its historical significance. Once one of the largest Christian buildings in the world, it now offers ruins to explore and a museum dedicated to its history. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring medieval towns and castles to indulging in the world-renowned Burgundy wine culture.

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