The rooms are spacious and well decorated. Nice, large comfortable bed. Good toiletries.
The chateau was a perfect place to spend a week. The kitchen and views are outstanding. We ate outside, in the garden - next to the vines and watched the Bastille Day fireworks explode just beyond the chateau wall. Absolutely perfect evening!!! Thank you for sharing your home with us.
Perfect stopover. Good food, ultra clean rooms, charming staff.
From the moment we became interested in this property, the owners, Peter and Lucy were so prompt and gracious in answering all our questions. Their property easily accommodated all eight of us with all that we needed for a wonderful wine trip together. There is not one thing we would have changed ...
Jeremy was very welcoming and conversed easily in English. He told us about the area, it's wine growing history and his own involvement. Arranged lunch for us at a local hotel and breakfast was truly a feast. My granddaughters loved the swimming pool. We will definitely use this hotel again on our ...
very comfortable room, superb breakfast
C'est tout simplement génial. Gentillesse bonne humeur et convivialité. Les propriétaires sont adorables. A recommander vivement
As an adults-only haven, Olivier Leflaive deserves to be at the top of your travel list.
Traveling there is part of the enjoyment, as it's located 170 miles from the nation's capital, Paris, in Puligny-Montrachet.
You will be able to find at least 3 hotels within 0.1 miles of Olivier Leflaive. With 35 hotels, think about staying in Beaune. It's a short commute of 6 miles. The L'Hôtel de Beaune, Hôtel Le Cep and Hostellerie Le Cèdre are worth investigating.
For those hoping to spare a few dollars, there are a couple of low-cost accommodations in the neighborhood. The Beaune Hotel and the Hôtel du Centre are a few establishments you should think about.
If you are ready to experience comfort and style, consider one of the nearby upmarket hotels. The La Maison d'Olivier Leflaive and the Le Montrachet are easy to access at relatively short distances of just 0.1 miles for the former and 0.2 miles for the latter.
Mosey around the streets that encompass Olivier Leflaive to really get a sense of the flavors of this area. Le Pelugney (8 Place du Monument, Puligny-Montrachet) is one restaurant that you should check out. When the night truly sets in, take a quick walk to Xavier Hager (Place des Marronniers, Puligny-Montrachet) and start the night with a round of drinks.