Chateau De Mercury

From $5,256 / week



Description from the manager

  • House
  • 8 bedrooms
  • 9 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 15

Bedrooms: 8

Bathrooms: 9

Sleeps: 15

Type: House

Chateau De Mercury

The exceptional Chateau de Mercury is the ideal base to explore the famous wine route of Burgundy while enjoying the luxurious comfort that the estate offers. This 19th Century ‘Haussmann’ style château is situated among vineyards and offers an exceptional panoramic view over the surrounding countryside. The landscaped garden covers 4000m2 with a 5x10m heated pool located at the foot of the vineyards.

The Château has 8 luxury bedrooms (each with its own private en-suite bathroom), a spacious living room decorated with a 19th Century panoramic fresque, a dining room, kitchen, winter garden, gym & relaxation room and sauna.

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Chateau De Mercury
Mercurey, Burgundy, France

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The local village with all the necessary shops is just 2km from the chateau. Chalon sur Saône is 13km away and the Hypermarket is 10km away. Other towns worth visiting include Beaune 26 km, Cluny 52 km, Autun 39 km, Mâcon 73 km and Dijon 80 km.
Things to do- Museum of Photography – Chalon-sur-Saône (13 km)- Hospices de Beaune – Beaune (26 km)- Château de Couches – Couches (14 km). Clinging to its rock, the Château de Couches soars up amidst the green and rolling landscape of the vineyards of the ‘Côte Chalonnaise’.- Château de Cormatin – Cormatin (38 km). Built in the 17th century on the remains of a 13th century castle, the Château de Cormatin is without a doubt one of the most elegant châteaux in Burgundy.- The Hérisson Falls – Jura (110 km). Two streams join to make a series of waterfalls, each one more beautiful than the last.- Cluny Abbey – Cluny (52 km). This Benedictine abbey, built in the 10th century, was the centre of the religious world and the church was the largest in the Christian world!- Chalon dans la Rue – Chalon-sur-Saône (13 km). Each year, during the 3rd weekend in July (from the Thursday evening until Sunday evening), the streets of Chalon-sur-Saône are transformed into the stage of a multitude of live performances (jugglers, plays, concerts, acrobats,circus acts etc) during the biggest festival of street theatre in France.- Fun Park des Combes – le Creusot (27 km)- Green Way – Chalon-sur-Saône (10 km). From Chalon-sur-Saône to Charnay-les-Macon tens of kilometres of old railway track have been converted into a cycle track that is surrounded by rolling landscapes, vineyards and forests.- Acrogivry – Givry (10 km). At Givry, 6 hectares of oak trees are reserved for adventure in the tree tops! More than 18 circuits and 150 aerial games have been created for visitors from young children to really tough adventurers!

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