Perfect to reunite friends and / or families
- english, french, german, dutch
Check-in: 5:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Non smoking accomodation. .
Merci de respecter le voisinage, surtout après 21H30.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
The home was wonderful! Spacious, comfortable, warm, modern with an old world charm. Highly recommend this property in Burgundy in a charming small village, close to Beaune and the vineyards/wineries.
Ideal retreat in Cote Chalonnaise
Le Clos de Miribel (the “chais”) was a great find. We (a group of 6 friends) agree it’s a wonderful location for exploring southern Burgundy. Don’t miss the Vignerons de Buxy (cooperative cave/winery), Sunday market in Chagny, and Cormatin Castle (with its 17th century /Louis XIII interior).
Givry is a lovely small town with restaurants, a bakery, an outdoor market (Thursday), and a supermarket— all within walking distance. You can hike in the hills above the town or cycle for miles— to Cluny even.
We were unclear about the layout from the online description. To clarify: there are 3 main bedrooms, 2 of which include additional beds in sleeping lofts. All mattresses are long twins, some of which are pushed together with queen headboards.
The bathrooms are superior and the kitchen, living room and outdoor spaces are all great. Highly recommended.
This was a fabulous restoration/remodel of an ancient clos and we loved how it was done.
Staying in Givry right downtown was perfect in all respects. Delphine and Lonneke were the perfect hostesses and should they ever come to Colorado, we would love to reciprocate at our home. We had a few extra requests that Delphine was gracious to accommodate. We all expressed our awe in what they accomplished with the old spaces and would have loved to see the photos of the project. It was ideal for 8 adults but easily could accommodate families with children.
THIS PLACE IS AMAZING!!
We had the best time. This home is amazing and beautiful. It was comfortable and clean. The owner was very helpful and very pleasant to work with. Delphine was fantastic! She took great care of us. She went out of her way to be sure we were comfortable and even helped us find food our first night there. Givry is a beautiful town and it was a pleasure to spend our time there. Thank you for one of the most amazing trips ever!! I'll be back with my family again.
Gîte d' exception, sauf...
Gite exceptionnel, pas de chance pour notre groupe, panne de chauffage et pas d'eau chaude pendant tout le week-end .
Nous tenons à réagir sur votre commentaire puisque ce n'est pas pendant tout le weekend qu'il n'y avait pas de chauffage, mais c'est le deuxième jour (le samedi) de votre séjour que la chaudière est tombée en panne (départ le lendemain). Dommage que vous avez omis de dire que nous vous avons donné accès à l'autre gîte où le chauffage fonctionnait parfaitement bien. Aussi nous espérons que vous avez apprécié le carton de vin que nous vous avons offert pour nous excuser de cette déconvenue.
Route des Grands Crus: to the West of Chalon-sur-Saône, less than 3h from Paris in TGV, Côte Chalonnaise offers you its wines and hill sceneries. To enjoy all these wonders, follow the Route des Grands Crus, between the valleys of Maranges and Grosne, which crosses 40 towns. Here, for more than 1000 years, the vines planted by the Cluniac monks won over the hills. On the way, you will discover wine-producing estates and impressive winemakers’ houses, witnesses of very old tradition. On their estates, the winemakers will welcome you with much pleasure. To the north of Côte Chalonnaise, they make savoury red wines with recognized appellations, such as Rully and Mercurey, fleshy and fruity wines with a nice ruby colour. Making a stop south, you can savour the fine and delicate white wines of Montagny or Givry. In this last village, they also produce the elegant red wines sought after by Henri IV in his proper time! The Voie Verte (Green Lane - 5 min by bicycle). On the Route des Grands Crus, there is no shortage of opportunities of strolls. On foot, on roller blades, or by bicycle, you can roam on the 32-km of Voie Verte, a true paradise for bicycle touring. This trail, delightfully shaded, follows the Canal du Centre, also open to river tourism. L'Acrogivry (5 min by car, 10 min by bicycle, 2.5 km away). Today Acrogivry became the incontrovertible leisure park of Côte Chalonnaise. 25 courses of which five are new, 5 km of trails, and 1800-m of Tyrolean traverse rope. Many strolls (GR trails on site) or bicycle treks are available outside the house. Visit the castles of South Burgundy (Germolles, Cormatin, Sully, La Ferté, Brancion, and many more). Visit the Roman churches and the typical villages (Chapaize, Tournus, Autun, and many more). Visit an exceptional heritage (Hospices de Beaune, Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Roman and medieval city of Autun, Chalon-sur-Saône old town, Buxy, Vaux valley, and much more). Experience tasting in Givry and on the wine road. The region is inexhaustible in discoveries, culture, gourmet restaurants, winemaking, and sports (swim in the Laives Lake 18 km away or at the Chalon-sur-Saône swimming pool). There are concerts in Chalon-sur-Saône and festivals such as, the "Musicaves" festival at the end of June in Givry, and the "Chalon dans la rue" festival at the beginning of July. The Givry market, with its local and outside products, takes place every Thursday morning in the square... Restaurants: In Givry, there are several restaurants, including the Annexe, right next door. In Chagny: La Maison Lameloise*** and Pierre & Jean (La Cuisine d'en face). In Beaune: Benaton, Oiseau des Vignes, and Jardin des Remparts. In Chalon-sur-Saône: Amaryllis*, Aromatique, Bistrot, and St Georges.