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.
Beyond the gate of the property, you will find a long footbridge bordered by bamboo railing, leading to a set of three wooden buildings built on stilts, surrounded and connected by gangways. The architecture reflects Japanese styles, whilst remaining in harmony with the Burgundian environment. The site is shaded by a beautiful forest, home to several bicentennial trees. Filtered by the foliage, the sunlight is superb. A small river, the Vouge, borders the property and marks the boundary between Boisrouge and the pretty village of Gilly-les-Cîteaux. Its light murmur contributes to the peace of the place.
Both upstairs rooms are spacious (30 square meters). Each room features an en suite : bathroom with walk-in shower and main living room separated from the bedroom area by a curtain. Each room has a large glass roof overlooking the trees: None of the spectacle of nature is lost from within.
Price: 125 euros breakfast 12 euros
Intimate and cozy, the two ground floor rooms are slightly smaller than those on the first floor. Their decor is simple, sleek and elegant. Zen and luxurious in equal measure ) they encourage meditation and relaxation. Their vast and fluffy bedding ensure a deep and uninterrupted sleep.
Price: 95 euros breakfast 12 euros
Boisrouge offers you a unique experience: the Japanese bath – This age old remedy against stress. “O furo” is a joy to share with your companion.
The bath ritual in Japan is part of the national DNA. After washing, the body is soaked in very hot water (42 °). Gently let the spirit pervade the being and you will get a taste of a delicious moment of quiétude.