Hotel le Cep
Beautiful hotel in the centre of Beaune, Burgundy - home of many of France's most famous wines.
Hotel Le Cep, once a private residence with a fascinating heritage in the heart of the Burgundy wine region, is a blend of historic charm and classic French elegance.
Vacation Property Details
The hotel is a collection of 14th to 18th century buildings joined by an interior courtyard which dates back to 1547 and featuring two interesting medieval towers and a most beautiful stone staircase.
Each of the 64 guest rooms and suites are decorated in elegant traditional French furnishings and the corridors and lounges are with original oil paintings and beautiful antiques. Each room is named after one of the great wines of the Burgundy area.
On the ground floor there is the reception area and 3 lounges for guests to relax, one of the lounges named Salon La Louisiane, entirely decorated with citizenship certificates and maps of New Orleans and Louisiana. This lounge also features a baby grand piano for private recitals.
Two historical and classified courtyards and a well manicured garden dotted with Renaissance statues and an artesian well provide a sanctuary of privacy throughout
can enjoy the view over the city and vineyards while using the fitness center which is located in one of the towers.
Hotel Le Cep has an equally famous Michelin starred restaurant, Loiseaux des Vignes, with an impressive selection of wines.
Breakfast is usually served in the vaulted cellar or the courtyard during warm weather. The location of this hotel in the center of the old medieval town of Beaune makes it very convenient for walking tours to Les Hospices de Beaune, a hospital dating back to 1443 where every year a wine auction takes place. Also the Basilica of Notre Dame, the wine museum and various wine cellars.
The location of this hotel in the center of the old medieval town of Beaune makes it very convenient for walking tours to Les Hospices de Beaune, a hospital dating back to 1443 where every year a wine auction takes place. Also the Basilica of Notre Dame, the wine museum and various wine cellars.