NEW FOR 2019 - WE ARE DELIGHTED TO WELCOME CHEF KEVIN ROEHRIG, EX HOTEL BRISTOL PARIS, GERANIUM, AND WATERSIDE INN, WHO WITH HIS WIFE AUDREY WILL JOIN THE TEAM ON 18 MARCH 2019
An ancient former winery, meticulously converted into a luxury boutique hotel. Rated #1 Hotel in Dijon and #2 in Burgundy.
IN THE WORLD FAMOUS WINE VILLAGE OF GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN.
Les Deux Chèvres is so much more than a hotel. It is a destination getaway and a home away from home. Our oasis in the vines is located just 13 kilometers from Dijon in the Old Quarter of Gevrey-Chambertin. Decorated with original artwork and antiques, it retains the historical features of the winery that existed here for hundreds of years.
food and wine
In March 2019 we welcome young French chef Kevin Roehrig and his wife Audrey. Kevin’s experience includes 3* Bristol Paris, 3* Waterside Inn UK, and 3* Geranium, Copenhagen. He will be serving the finest fresh organic produce from Dijon market. A wine and history tour takes place each day in our Land Rover Defender and we conduct a wine tasting in our ancient cellars at 18.00.
ROOMS & AMENITIES
Superior and Comfort bedrooms boast exquisite views over the vineyards, as well as walk-in showers and bathtubs. Beds are super comfortable and 5-Star hotel quality. Each day at 08.00, join our resident yoga expert Agata for a Sun Salutation in the vines, then return for an organic buffet breakfast on our shaded terrace with vineyard views, followed by a cycle through the wine villages on one of our.complimentary bikes.
A Countryside Oasis
Les Deux Chèvres is in the heart of the vines, but is also easily accessible from both Dijon and Beaune. Walk or cycle from the hotel into the vineyards, or through the natural forest to the Hill of Vergy, the spiritual home of Romanée-Conti. Our vaulted cellars contain wines from the region's top sustainable winemakers, which are available to taste and to purchase.
Discover the Burgundy Region of France
Our Burgundy Guides offer visitors an inside look at what to do, where to eat, places to explore, and the history of Burgundy wine making. Use the Burgundy Guides, and browse our informative blog 'theburgundyguides.'
23 Rue de l'Eglise, 21220 Gevrey-Chambertin
tel 00 33 (0) 3 80 51 48 25