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Burgundy Hotels

Domaine Comtesse Michel de Loisy

  • 28 rue du Général-de-Gaulle Map It
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  • Cultured hostess
  • Large, comfortable rooms
  • Breakfast included


  • No elevator
  • No air-conditioning in some rooms

Updated 04/08/2014

Fodor's Review

People who are serious about their wine flock here to stay in the eclectic guest rooms—memorably tempered with old-fashioned charm and furnished with fine antiques, tapestries, chintz-covered walls, and Oriental carpets. All is ably adminstered by Françoise de Loisy Loquin, a well-known oenologist and local historian. Four of the five rooms have a view of the flower-filled courtyard or the magnificent winter garden.

Hotel Information


28 rue du Général-de-Gaulle, Rte. de Beaune, Nuits-St-Georges, 21700, France

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Hotel Details:

  • Closed late Dec.–early Jan.
  • 3 rooms, 2 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 04/08/2014


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By Sheryl

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Aug 9, 2005

Only the Black Cat is Left

Madame is a wonderful historian as well as an excellent wine connosieur. I could sit at her feet and listen to her stories for ever. The food was fabulous. The house was beautiful and the tour very educational. I can't wait to go back.

By Peter

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Nov 26, 2001

At Home in the Cote D'Or

A wonderful place! Madame De Loisy welcomes you into her home, and her tasting dinner is not to be missed. The best part of staying here is not the large rooms or the beautiful house, but conversations with the Countess. A place to return to again and again!

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