Overnight in a Burgundy chateau, and a round of golf
Now booking for 2021!
Enjoy a golf getaway and overnight at a luxurious Burgundy countryside chateau, all within 2 hours of Paris via the TGV direct to Dijon.
Price based on 2 people. Single supplement applies for solo travelers. *Price is $383 from October 1st through March 31st.
Burgundy Golf Tour From Paris Itinerary
Start your Burgundy getaway by taking the TGV high speed rail from Paris’ Gare de Lyon to Dijon, in the heart of the glorious countryside of Burgundy. There you will be met by your driver for a private transfer to the luxuriously charming Hotel Golf Chateau de Chailly. Offering grand meeting rooms, a welcoming cocktail bar, and period details in every room, the chateau is set beside an 18 hole golf course. The chateau’s location is conveniently situated between the famed Cote de Beaune and Cote de Nuits Burgundy appellations, should a wine tour interest you.
But the links await you. Or maybe the steam room, heated pool or tennis courts are more to your liking.
Your package also includes a generous buffet breakfast. Onsite offerings for meals include a café, a bistrot and a formal dining room (not included).
About the Hôtel Golf Château de Chailly
The Hôtel Golf Château de Chailly is a 16th century four-star château hotel with a championship 18-hole golf course in Burgundy, France. The château is situated in a beautiful setting with green rolling hills all around - not to mention a beautiful golf course as well.
The hotel has 45 bedrooms including family rooms, junior suites and castle suites. The hotel features an exterior heated swimming pool, a jacuzzi, steam room and tennis court. Clients can enjoy the other hotel amenities including a fine dining restaurant, bistrot, café in the golf pro-shop and two bars.
Hôtel Golf Château de Chailly is perfectly located to visit the famous Burgundy vineyards (within a 30-45 minute drive to Côte-de-Nuits and Côte-de-Beaune), and within a 60 minute drive to historical sites including castles and abbeys as well as pretty medieval villages.