The ideal location of the Najeti Hôtel de la Poste, in the heart of Beaune, will allow you to easily access the main points of interest of the city and the region.
Just a few steps away is the Hospices de Beaune, a 15th-century hospital with a roof covered in colourful geometric tiles. The city centre, with its basilica and cobbled streets, is only a few hundred metres from our hotel. Also nearby is the Fallot Mustard Factory, which offers tours and tastings of this flagship product of the region.
Beaune is also known as a stop on the Burgundy Wine Route and the many vineyards in the area are great places to visit and walk around. Don't miss out on discovering estates such as Château Meursault with its 14th and 16th century cellars, or Domaine Pommard, the largest private vineyard in Burgundy.
It is impossible to stay in Burgundy without visiting its superb estates. One of the most prestigious, the Château de Meursault, welcomes you for a visit or a tasting of the great wines of the Côte de Beaune. Discover a mythical estate in Burgundy, a place steeped in history with a unique architecture.
In its magnificent 14th and 16th century cellars, the château houses some 800,000 bottles and over 2,000 barrels.
Also known as the "Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune", the Hospices de Beaune is a hospital establishment dating back to the 15th century and which was active until about 1960. The Hospices de Beaune is known for its rich and decorative roofs, made of Burgundy glazed tiles.
It is now a museum that exhibits, among other things, Rogier van der Weyden's Last Judgement.
Take advantage of your stay in Burgundy to deepen your oenological knowledge! A real castle built in the 18th century, the Pommard estate has a museum and cellars housing 400,000 bottles and hundreds of oak barrels.
With its 20 hectares of vines, the estate is now the largest private vineyard in Burgundy.Complete your visit with a personalised tasting of the wines of this prestigious estate.
The Fallot mustard factory welcomes you to discover the world of mustard and its manufacture. Share the know-how of the mustard maker, from grinding the seeds on a stone millstone to the search for new flavours.
Follow one of the two visit routes: the Museum route for discovery, or the Strong Sensations route for a sensory approach. Finish off with a tasting at the Enjoy Fallot area, then don't forget to stock up on souvenirs in the shop!
Discover the city of Beaune, Capital of Burgundy wines. The city of Beaune is world famous for its annual wine auction which takes place every third Sunday in November.
From the Najeti Hôtel de la Poste, walk to the city centre in a few minutes. Visit the historic centre of this town, classified as a Town of Art and History, and discover its 34 historic monuments. Between the churches of the Middle Ages, the fine arts museum, the Burgundy wine museum and the famous Hospices de Beaune, the city is full of treasures.
The team at the Najeti Hôtel de la Poste will be happy to advise you on your visits.