Amenities

Chateau de Challanges' Amenities

... Take care of you ...

  • Pool

    Heated outdoor swimming pool with deckchairs to relax

  • Buffet Breakfast

    Breakfast is served on the terrace in fine weather

  • Parking

    The castle has an outdoor car park to park your car or motorbikes

  • Charging Station

    Our hotel offers charging stations for electric cars

  • Disabled access

    We have wheelchair access

  • Multilingual

    Our staff speak multiple languages

  • air-conditioning

    The rooms are individually controlled air-conditioned

  • Free Wifi

    Wifi available throughout the establishment

  • Garden

    Take a walk in our 7 hectares of park !

  • Fireplace

    Take advantage of the castle fireplace for your cocooning winter evenings

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Le Mâchon at Le Chateau

The Machon Bourguignon is a tasting commented by the owner of Burgundy wines served with a cold meal, charcuterie, cheese, salad and desserts from our region.

In our cellar lit by candles.

Minimum 8 people maximum 16 people at the price of 95 € / pers.

Activities around Le Chateau

Ballooning

Air Escargot offers first flights in a hot-air balloon in Burgundy, over the vineyards between Dijon, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Beaune, Chalon-sur-Saône and Mâcon from the park of the Château de Challanges. The flights last around 1h30.

Helicopter

Take to the skies !
Treat yourself to a first flight or a ballad with our partner Hélitravaux.
Departures can be made from the park of the Château de Challanges and under weather conditions.

Bike Rental

Price for a single bike: 15 € / day / person
Price for an electric bike: 50 € / day / person
Explore the region on our many cycle paths through the vineyards and villages of Burgundy. Find itineraries and tour ideas on the Beaune website.

Visit Burgundy

... In the Beaunois region...

Beaune, capital of Burgundy and also the city of Wines and Climats.

Both medieval and ducal, Beaune surprises visitors.

Discover the magnificent Hôtel Dieu and explore the underground cellars.

Beyond the ramparts, the vines classified as World Heritage by Unesco await you.

Beaune