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Reviewed 12 February 2014

Parking near the hotel is a problem, but they have their own gated area about 150 yards from the hotel. There are also steps down and up to negotiate. I was introduced to the hotel by English friends who commented that their room was “small but adequate” but mine was a reasonable size, light and airy, with satisfactory central heating. A critique from an earlier report seems to be that the "electric" lavatory was outdated, but mine worked perfectly well and was better than not having the facility at all! The room, for single occupancy, 65 euro plus local taxes plus 8.50 euro for breakfast.

Dinner was good and copious. There was a menu at 18 euro, one at 28 and another at 34. I chose the one for 28 euro and began with Jambon persilé, followed it with Coq au vin and finished with Epoisses affiné au Marc. This was washed down with a bottle of Blagny (75 euro).

The reception and service was very welcoming.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled solo
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3  Thank LondonGavroche
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Reviewed 23 November 2013

Positive reviews seem to come from persons who stayed in this place in the summer or not when it was cold. The old steam hear doesn't work. Rooms are small and haven't been renovated for decades. When did you last seen an "electric" toilet? You have the locals drinking wine all day in the adjoining café and along with them the proprietor of the hotel. When I checked in, he didn't bother to tell me that Alain Billard is now the chef of the hotel restaurant. So this cloud has a golden lining, but you don't have to stay in the hotel to eat in the restaurant.

Stayed: November 2013, travelled solo
2  Thank Kothar
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Reviewed 22 September 2013

Wrote a review of this great little place about a year ago and have been back in Meursault recently. The same friendly staff were there still smiling and and happy to greet. The meals were just as good, and well priced - a bit more interesting than some hotels that are more inclined to serve the same "traditional" fare. We enjoyed having a coffee or a drink out the front on a balmy sunny afternoon after a day of strenuous cycling or walking. If the weather is nice then is ok to eat out the forint but if you are planning ahead then it's a lovely atmosphere in the courtyard but you will need to book if it's the busy season. Like many outdoor places these days - blankets are provided to keep warm if needed in the early autumn night air.

Room Tip: Book courtyard table
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Vicki835
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Reviewed 6 September 2013

Good Burgundian fare in pleasant rear outdoor eating area. Great wine list. Best thing though were he friendly, helpful waiters who stand out from the crowd. Great senses of humour & brilliant with the kids.

Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
Thank Roger W
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Reviewed 20 June 2013

We stayed here for one night on our trip to Burgundy. From the outside, this Logis did not have much appeal but, he rooms were comfortable and clean and what you would expect for a building this age. However the meal in the restaurant in the evening was one of the best I have tasted in France. The set menu of 27 euros gave a good choice with 3 courses. Each one of us,at the table, had a different choice and all agreed the food was very good. The wine list was certainly substantive and very reasonable. The owner spoke very good English and our stay was very pleasant indeed! Thank you

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank lornai
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