A selection of some of the finest hôtels of the region


Auberge de la Tour

Welcome to Auberge de la Tour, nestled in a leafy park with a pond and a medieval tower on the horizon. The owners are a Mâconnais couple who will cater to your every need. Patrick Gatinet and his wife Jackie manage a young and dynamic team who will do everything to ensure you have a pleasant stay in Burgundy. They welcome you to their friendly hotel, which offers pleasant rural surroundings next to the water.


Château de Besseuil

Château de Besseuil is set on more than 4 hectares of parkland and vineyards. This 16th-century residence offers design rooms and apartments and an outdoor swimming pool. The chateau holds wine-tasting sessions in its wine bar, and in the surrounding area guests can visit Macon, Cluny and Tournus.


Château de la Barge

17th-century Château in southern “sunshine” Burgundy
Treat yourself to a stay at our boutique hotel and experience a unique gastronomic Burgundy getaway within the Mâconnais and Beaujolais wine regions. Our 17th-century château, which lies at the heart of a magnificent four-hectare park lined with century-old trees, offers guests quietude and elegance in a refined historical residence with 4star facilities and services.



Each of the presented restaurant has a rich wine cellar and serves typical and local dishes.

La Table Bâgésienne

Selected by the MICHELIN guide, La Table Bâgésienne in Bâgé-le-Châtel - former capital of Bresse with its castle and ramparts - offers a modern and creative cuisine. Chef Frédéric Martin (cook for Georges Blanc, the Elysee Palace and Gavroche in London) revisits traditional local gastronomy in this former coaching inn. On the menu: Poultry of Bresse with Morel Cream and Yellow Wine, Parmentier Crêpes and Apple Anna Frog are his most famous specialties.

19 Grande Rue, 01380 Bâgé-le-Châtel
03 85 30 54 22

Le Saint-Laurent

At Saint-Laurent Restaurant, Georges Blanc invites you to a gourmet break with traditional Val-de-Saône cuisine. Come and enjoy the pleasant and peaceful veranda. With a typical fish cuisine from Val-de-Saône area, you will get here some of the most classical dishes such as Saône small fry, fresh sautéed frog legs…“Clin d’œil d’Eté” (An Allusion to Summer), “Le Marché du Jour” (The Market of the Day), “Grand Gourmand” (The Great Gourmet) are some of the menus that we offer, and their names tell it all.

1 Quai Bouchacourt, 01750 Saint-Laurent-sur-Saône
03 85 39 29 19