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Abbaye de la Bussière

Abbaye de la Bussière

Abbaye de la Bussière
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8/10 on 1 reviews


Restaurant, Free parking, Free WiFi Internet, 5 rooms - Convent-monastery - score: 8, from 1 review/s



“Abbaye de la Bussière”, a magnificent 12th century abbey established by Cistercians monks, is set amidst its own marvellous park with abundant wildlife and beautiful lakes with fish, ducks, geese and lots of birds. Just a stone’s throw away from some of the most famous vineyards in the world and in the heart of a region of France renowned for its cuisine, the historical structure makes the ideal base in Burgundy for wine tours and gastronomic getaways.

The area is filled with remains of previous inhabitants dating back to 465 AD. For generations the monks were tilling the estate, growing wine, raising cereal and oil seed crops and working with the indigenous wood. It is supposed that they used the plentitude of boxwood to build just about everything, hence the origin of the name ‘La Bussière’, from the Latin word ‘Buxus’ for box trees.

Today the Abbaye, authentically revived, comprises various, each architecturally wonderful buildings, and houses two fine restaurants, the exquisite gourmet restaurant in the very heart of the abbey beneath a breathtaking cloister, and the more casual but equally excellent bistro.

The superb bedchambers are lovingly appointed with antique furniture, meticulously chosen to evoke their rich historic character. Each room has its own flair and charm and features an elegant, individually-styled bathroom, in some rooms with jacuzzi, to match.

With its unique history and stunning park, the abbey is the ideal setting for fairytale weddings, providing privacy, exclusivity and the perfect backdrop to step back into a period of veritable medieval dimensions.

Facilities & Features Abbaye de la Bussière

  • Dining Facilities:
  • Restaurant
  • Comfort:
  • Parking ,
  • WiFi Internet connection

Room facilities available Abbaye de la Bussière

  • General Services Room:
  • Cd player ,
  • Direct dialing telephone ,
  • DVD player ,
  • Satellite tv
  • Leisure Facilities:
  • Whirlpool bath


Standard room

  • 2 People

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Superior room

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Deluxe room

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Junior Suite

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Superior room

  • 2 People

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Terms and conditions of booking Abbaye de la Bussière

Check In / Check Out

  • Check-in from 15:23:00 to 23:00
  • Check-out dalle 07:00 to 11:00

Transfers to / from Airport

The private transfer service is available for a fee, to / from the nearest airport, for reservations or informations please send an email after the booking confirmation clicking here.


Free parking is available on site (without reservation)


WiFi internet access available in all public areas and is free of charge

Children and extra beds

  • Cot: Free! One child equal or under 2 years stays free of charge in a child's cot.
  • Extra beds Children: All children equal or under 3 years is charged € 30.00 per person per night when using extra beds.
  • Extra beds Adults: Older child or adult is charged € 30.00 per person per night when using extra beds


Conditions and cancellation policy

  • More than 7 Days Before arrival: Free cancellation
  • From 7 Days to 0 hours before arrival: the value of 1 night/s


Overall Impression


All published reviews have been personally written by the clients of icastelli.net after their hotel stay!

Score breakdown

Comfort 8 / 10

80% Complete

Courtesy 10 / 10

100% Complete

Leisure 6 / 10

60% Complete

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2 2015-10-21 17:27:48
Abbaye de la Bussière

Greg (As couple)

United Kingdom

Check in: 18 Oct 2015

Check out: 19 Oct 2015

Number of nights: 1

Stayed in room: Superior room

60% Complete
Courtesy :
100% Complete
20% Complete


His Opinion: Lovely Building
Nice people
Very small and claustrophobic bedroom
The 'gourmet tasting menu' was awful - probably the worst meal I have ever had in a hotel. We both left pretty much all of it! Whoever made up those dreadful combinations should, in our opinion, look for an alternative profession.