A Taste of France by Way of England


(c) 2011 Frelons Fabulous France

Guests at La Ferne de la Lochere have an opportunity to enjoy exclusive access to wineries and tastings by Brandon Moore, a world-renowned wine expert with nearly 30 years of experience in the region. Also in hand will be Katherine Frelon who will share her expertise in culinary culture of Burgundy, including croissant making class with a renowned baker and dinner at he three-Michelin-starred Restaurant Bernard Loiseau. Highlights also include privately guided tour of the 15th century Hospice de Beaune, a tour of the vineyard of Flavginy, the town of which hosted the filming of Chocolat, visits to the colorful markets of Dijon, and trips to the medieval village of Chateauneuf-en-Auxois.

Rates for the seven-day holiday range from $2,646 U.S. to $3,212 U.S. per person, double. The option for hot-air ballooning is only $142 U.S. accompanied by a bottle of champagne to a cooking demonstration with award-winning Laurent Peugeot at Le Charlemagne.

La Ferne de la Lochere is a 400 year old private estate in the heart of Burgundy, convientiently four hours from London and one hour from Paris, by train. Charming courtyards, an extensive library, mezzanine lounge area, heated swimming pool, a spacious state-of-the-art kitchen and five individually-designed bedrooms with gorgeous views of the mountains with private bath, fresh flowers and Wi-Fi. Each itinerary offers plenty of time for guests to enjoy the countryside or shop in the unique towns. Frelon’s Fabulous France provides custom made luxury vacations in Burgundy from April through October.

For more information on the this unique and luxury opportunity visit www.frelonsfabulousfrance.com

Suggested Articles:

Bettoja Hotels has added to its collection Hotel Nord Nuova Roma following a recent renovation. Here's what you need to know.

“Jamaica Cares” will provide visitors access emergency medical and crisis response services for events up to and including natural disasters.

Tropical Storm Zeta could hit Mexico as a Category 1 or 2 hurricane before tracking north to the U.S. Gulf Coast. Here's the latest.