2 bedroom house with en suite bedrooms and secluded garden
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Stylish and well equipped
This property has been stylishly and imaginatively renovated and is ideally located for anyone interested in the wonderful food and wine of Burgundy. The house was clean, well equipped and maintained. Any small problems that we had were quickly and cheerfully answered by the owners rep. We thoroughly recommend it.
Fantastic kitchen, very comfortable accommodation
We found this accommodation extremely comfortable and clean. The kitchen was very well equipped, my husband very excited to find a range of sharp knives and a range of saucepans, after having travelled for a couple of weeks, this was a welcome luxury. The bedrooms, bathrooms, and living area were very comfortable. We were travelling with our 2, (11 & 13yo) daughters and found this perfect for our needs.
We really enjoyed the village of Meursault and the surrounding area. We enjoyed a short walk to the village bakery in the mornings, local restaurants and the atmosphere of staying in a wine making area during vintage.
The owners were great to deal with, allowing us some flexibility and offering some travel advice.
Wish we could have stayed longer.
Charming property well located
This is a unique, recently rennovated two bedroom home situated slightly out of the town center of Meursault, but well within walking distance. The owners provide a very nice welcome package with wine and 'nibbles' and there are copious amounts of literature, maps, and guide books to help you plan your visit in the region.
There are several excellent restaurants in Meursault, as well as two excellent boulangeries and a very good butcher shop and a small but good general grocery. Wineries abound and there are several tasting rooms in easy walking distance.
The layout of the unit is a little eccentric and there are a lot of stairs, mostly without handrails, so this is not a good choice for anyone with mobility issues. The small refrigerator had a broken shelf in the door, which, unfortunately, was the only place you could put taller items, so we had to be very careful and mindful of this when opening and closing the refrig.
The coffee maker is a French press. If you are not familiar with the operation of one of these, be sure and read up before your stay. Note too that the cookware (very nice high quality stuff) has detachable handles - there are a couple of handles for four or five pots/pans. If you haven't seen this particular set up, it is easy to miss the handles for a day or two.
The washer is a combined washer/dryer and we never really did quite conquer the proper operation of this - at least insofar as the dryer part was concerned. We seemed to get either very damp dry or totally roasted clothes and used the wooden dryer rack and/or the towel warmer to finish drying our things.
The highest upstairs bedroom has a 'normal' en suite layout, and the bed is on a raised dais above the small sitting area. The 'mid-level' bedroom (you enter at the garage, go up some steps to the kitchen, then more steps - no handrail - to the living area and this bedroom) shares the toilet enclosure with the living area, has a sink and mirror -my husband said it was very difficult to use to shave-right at the doorway into the bedroom, and a shower tucked around the corner on the other side of the bed. There is not really a closet in this room, just a half-length open hanging area near the shower.
Heating is by radiator and was very cozy. I would imagine it could be warm in the summer, however.
All of the business operations were easily managed and we enjoyed our stay very much.
absolutely nice holidays
We stayed here for a week in August and had a wonderful time. Meursault is realy worth a visit! The apartment is comfortable and well equiped. David is allways helpful and the neighbours were really nice. We can absolutely recommend to stay here!
Meursault is the white wine capital of Burgundy's Cote d'Or, arguably the greatest wine region in the world. There are over 50 winemakers based here, most offering tastings for the enthusiast or beginner. Its a great place from which to do vineyard walks to other famous wine communes like Puligny Montrachet, Pommard, Volnay and the medieval town of Beaune, the area's capital. There are many other famous communes like Gevrey Chambertin and Nuit St Georges just a short drive away too. The village of Merursault itself is a classic old French village with winding roads of beautiful buildings and the town square boasts 4 restaurants, shops and services,all of which are a few minutes walk from the house.