Situated between Dijon and Beaune in Flagey-Échezeaux, on the route of des Grands Crus, lies Boisrouge, a charming restaurant and a 5 bedroom guest house. Catherine and Philippe Delacourcelle invite you to a stay rich in flavours. Relaxation, nature, fine dining and fine wines, lessons in cooking : a visit to the calm and woody enclave of Boisrouge will revitalize you with the best Bourgogne has to offer. Boisrouge lies in the heart of the region of the Burgundy grands crus. Clos de Vougeot, côte de Nuits, colline de Corton, abbaye de Cîteaux, Vosne-Romanée are all moments away. Boisrouge is the perfect base from which to explore these legendary areas.
In Boisrouge, you can relax immersed in nature, in the shade of tall trees. Five guest rooms, comfortable and peaceful, await you. The design is in harmony with its setting: natural woodworks soft to the eye and Japanese references – not least the authentic Japanese bath arranged for your well-being. Four rooms are located in a dedicated building at the entrance to the site; The fifth is in the guest-house.
The restaurant sits 20, and features a vast, bright open-plan kitchen. As with the other buildings, the interior and exterior walls are coated with a mixture of local soil and lime. In the center, a six metre long gray marble is equally divided between a kitchen worktop and a breakfast bar: this is where you will have your breakfast while contemplating the undergrowth. The menu, inscribed on large slates, features both signature dishes of the chef, and a cuisine derived from locally sourced products , according to what is in season. The wines are naturally from Burgundy.
Philippe Delacourcelle was one of the first French chefs to introduce spices into the daily menu.He will personally introduce you to his simple and tasty cuisine, with its seductive spicy and aromatic associations, made from local products of Burgundy.