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Beaujolais (France) for one night - where to sleep and eat

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Hello, we are tagging 24 hours in Beaujolais on to a long weekend in Lyon in late May and are/ were interested in staying at Domaine de la Chapelle de Vatre, near Emeringes (I think): one of the first things we asked the proprietor was where there was a place to eat near there (we like to walk as we do not like to drink and drive) and she said Auberge des Vignerons in Emeringes - it turns out because we are staying on a Sunday night though, that it is closed for dinner that night. We are still speaking to her but we may decide not to stay there in light of this. Some questions:-
1) Can anyone suggest something as seemingly charming near to a gourmet restaurant;
2) Is Sunday night a bad night for restaurants in Beaujolais because we could, reluctantly though, juggle our nights around and break up our time in Lyon;
3)She has suggested Le Coq in Julienas which is further away, so we would have to drive there, anyone have any recommendations on this restaurant (tripadvisor does not give it that good a rating) and, also, what the road will be like between Julienas and Emeringes (we are 2 women driving). Also any suggestions for a good restaurant in this vicinity.
Thanks, I would appreciate any ideas, Pat

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