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    The rooms and suites are divided into 5 categories: Superior, Prestige, and Family rooms, plus Junior and Castle suites. Each is decorated in a traditional style, with warm tones and wood.

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    Castle Suite
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    hotel 1 x King bed
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    Junior Suite
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    hotel 1 x King bed
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    Prestige Room
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    hotel 1 x Queen bed
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    Family Room
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    hotel 1 x King bed, 1 x Sofa
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    Superior Room
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    hotel 1 x Queen bed
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    Need help? Speak to our Reservations Team on +44 203 397 0085 or email us
    Opening hours from 09.00- 17.30 Monday - Friday (UK time)
  • Overview keyboard_arrow_down

    Why so chic?

    Why travel experts chose this hotel
    Grand château setting in Burgundy
    Fine dining restaurant
    Pristine 18-hole golf course

    Chic Treats

    Only when you book with Chic
    Complimentary wine degustation at Château Pommard
    Early check-in / late check-out (subject to availability)
    Room upgrade (subject to availability)

    Golf fans will be chomping at the bit to visit this wonderful hotel in Burgundy, and swing a club at the on-site 18-hole course designed by Géry Watine and Thierry Sprecher. But the striking 16th-century castle isn't just for lovers of the game, it's also an excellent base to explore the surrounding vineyard-filled region from – wine lovers will certainly be in their element too. And for those wishing simply to relax, the property is home to a wellness centre and a seasonal outdoor pool – the latter is open from May to October.

    Renovation works began in the 1989, transforming the turreted structure into what it is today, and in 1990 the estate opened its door to guests. Romantic getaway, golf weekender, gourmet stay... the château offers a holiday for all tastes.

    Note: dogs are welcome, but need to be on a lead at all times.


    Fine dining L’Armançon is where classic Burgundy plates are given a twist, and meals can be enjoyed alfresco or in the elegant dining room. Wherever possible, ingredients are organic and locally-sourced. Choose from a range of menus including à la carte, farm-to-table, market, and a tasting option; expect delights such as monkfish with sparkling wine or veal with morels and green asparagus. And come Sunday, why not indulge in brunch, where an array of breads, pastries, savoury dishes and desserts are served.

    A second mealtime option is atmospheric Bistro Le Rubillon, which can be found in the original kitchens – think stone walls and vaulted ceilings. Signatures range from boeuf bourguignon to mussels and fries – tuck into your meal out on the heated terrace if you fancy dining with a view to the golf course.

    Drinks-wise, there's a duo of bars to choose from: Lion’s and Sports. Sip on a drink outside in the courtyard at the former; the latter is home to a cosy fireplace for colder months.

    Note: Bistro Le Rubillon is closed for 2020.


    The rooms and suites are divided into 5 categories: Superior, Prestige, and Family rooms, plus Junior and Castle suites. Each is decorated in a traditional style, with warm tones and wood.


    Of course, the pristine golf course is likely to keep many guests occupied, but there’s also an array of things to do for those not getting out onto the fairways. From wine tasting with the in-house sommelier and cooking classes, to lounging by the pool, playing a game of tennis, or booking in a massage, you won’t be short of options.

    And if you do fancy getting to grips with the world of golf, try an initiation session, where an instructor will explain the game and give tips on chipping and putting.

    Beyond the scenic grounds, there are vineyards galore to visit: the hotel is within an hour’s drive of Côte-de-Nuits, Côte-de-Beaune, and Chablis. There are a host of charming medieval villages and towns close by too, such as Beaune and Dijon. And Morvan Regional Natural Park is just 30 minutes away, with lakes such as Chamboux to stop at, and plenty of walking trails.

    Pets information
    Pets are allowed in the rooms, restaurants and on the golf course. The fee is 15 € per night, per pet.
    Parking information

    Free parking is available.

    Wifi information

    Free Wi-fi is available.

    Places of Interest

    By Car

    Lac de Panthier: 20 minutes

    Château de Chateauneuf-en-Auxois: 25 minutes

    Château de Mâlain: 30 minutes

    Beaune: 40 minutes

    Dijon: 45 minutes

  • Facilities keyboard_arrow_down
    Air conditioning
    Safe deposits
    Wine tasting
    Wine tasting
    Airport transfer
    Dry Cleaning
    Spa treatments
    Picnic basket
    Wine bar
    Private Dining
    Special occasion
    Parking info
    Wi-fi info
    24-hour Front Desk , Front Desk , Security , Baggage Hold , Non Smoking Property , Lounge , Car parking , Child friendly , Cooking classes , Elevator , Heating , Pets allowed , Rent whole place , TV Room , Wheelchair access , Wi-fi/Internet , Baby Changing Facilities , Jacuzzi , Newspapers , Concierge , Cooking classes , Helipad , Laundry , Party/Event planning , Meeting/Dining Room , Relaxation Area , Room Service , Weddings , Sauna , Jacuzzi , Relaxation Area , Hammam/steam room , Pool , Steam room , Tennis court , Sauna , Chef's Table , Gourmet cuisine , Personalised catering , Baby Changing Facilities , Baby Listening Service , Babysitting , Kids Menu , High Chairs
  • Location keyboard_arrow_down

    Chailly-sur-Armançon, 21320 Cote-d'Or, France

    How to get there?

    The château is situated in the town of Chailly-sur-Armançon: south of Paris (via the A6) and north of Lyon (also via the A6). Dijon is 45 minutes to the east along the A38, and Beaune is around the same amount of time to the southeast (A6).

    Nearest airport

    By Car

    Dijon: 50 minutes

    Dole-Jura: 1.25 hours

    Lyon: 2.25 hours

    Paris Orly: 2.5 hours

    Geneva: 2.75 hours

    Paris Charles De Gaulle: 3 hours

    Basel-Mulhouse: 3 hours

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