Chez Camille, Arnay-le-Duc, Burgundy



Burgundy is probably our favourite region. The countryside, history, and its wine and cuisine are all simply amazing.  The 3-star Chez Camille Hotel in Arnay-le-Duc, Burgundy offers the chance to escape modernity and enjoy old-world charm and fine food prepared with finesse and tradition by the award winning chef, Armand Poinsot.
Address :
1 place Edouard-Herriot
21230 Arnay-le Duc
Region :  Burgundy
Host: Armand & Monique Poinsot
Phone : +33 (0)3 80 90 01 38
How to get there: Driving – 288 Km (3 hrs) South East of Paris, 57 Km (45 mins) West of Dijon. Trains run regularly to Dijon from Paris and take 1 hr 40 mins: rental car companies operate from the Station.
Open : Open all year
Price range: 90 euros/double/night and a glorious breakfast is 11 euros per person. Half-board options are available from 185 euro per couple.
Description : Chez Camille exudes old-world charm. Its attraction is the fine restaurant. Chef Armand Poinsot takes pride in offering the gastronomic delights of Burgundy. The food and service are exemplary as is the wine list.
Room types The 13 rooms of Hotel Arnay-le-Duc (3 star) are generally spacious and come with TV and separate bathrooms and free WiFi.  The hosts also have a 2 star hotel, Hotel Clair de Lune, next door.
Languages spoken: English, French
Payment options: Visa, MasterCard, Carte Bleu
Minimum stay :  
Cancellation policy: Booking Deposit:  cancellation free of charge
Things to do: This is an ideal place to be located to explore Burgundy.  For example, the UNESCO Abbey of Fontenay is 40 minutes away, as is the Route Grande Cru for wine lovers. The hilltop medieval town of Chateauneuf en Auxois is nearby, as well as the opportunity to explore the canals of Burgundy. The famed villages of Vézelay, Chablis and Semur-en-Auxois are within reach, as is the site of Julius Caesar’s victory over the King of the Gauls. Of course, nearby Beaune and its amazing 15C hospice are not to be missed.
Restaurants: There are a few cafe options in the town (two hundred metres away), but the hotel’s restaurant is the drawcard for the region. The hotel also has another traditional restaurant – Le Terminus, in town.
Parking: Plenty available on the street.
Director’s comment: Step back in time and enjoy Chez Camille’s old-world charm plus it’s an excellent location for exploring Burgundy.
Map: Google map


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