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Hostellerie Le Potin Gourmand

Place du Champ de Foire, 71250 Cluny

Guest review score

7.8 from 76 reviews

They are all equipped with modern en suite facilities and Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout the entire hotel and is free of charge, A more recent development in town is the huge Parc Touristique des Combes, which boasts a narrow-gauge steam train, which is April–Oct; €4.30,, a karting track, a 435-metre-long dry luge piste, which is April–Oct; €2.30, and an unusual panorama. From the top of the Combe des Mineurs the view takes in the modern steelworks, the gleaming white Château de la Verrerie and the terraces of old workers' houses, all set against the northeastern bulwark of the Massif Central. This charming hotel, highly valued, a former pottery factory, welcomes you to the centre of Cluny and offers a unique atmosphere and comfortable accommodation, With its Gothic spire rising against a backdrop of Morvan hills, AUTUN, even today, is scarcely bigger than the circumference of its medieval walls, and they in turn follow the line of earlier Roman fortifications. The emperor Augustus founded the town in about 10 BC as part of a massive and, in the long term, highly successful campaign to pacify and Romanize the brooding Celts of defeated Vercingétorix. Augustodunum, as it was called, was designed to eclipse by its splendour the memory of Bibracte, the neighbouring capital of the powerful tribe of the Aedui. And it did indeed become one of the leading. Guestrooms are spacious, and above all, well furnished and uniquely decorated, Europe begun to be occupied from about 200,000 BC by the Homo sapiens, but have died 30,000 years ago supposedly during a period of cold weather. Around 2500 B.C the Celts came from Central Europe and settled in Gaul. The Celts were iron workers and dominated Gaul until 125 B.C., when the Roman Empire began its reign in southern France. Greeks and Phoenicians established settlements along the Mediterranean, most notably at Marseille. Julius Caesar conquered part of Gaul in 57–52 B.C., and it remained Roman until Franks invaded in the 5th century A.D. The location of Hostellerie Le Potin Gourmand allows you to fully discover Cluny, very much appreciated, city of art and history, and the nearby Mâconnais and Beaujolais vineyards, Traces of the Roman period are still much in evidence. Two of the city's four Roman gates survive: Porte St-André, spanning rue de la Croix-Blanche in the northeast, and Porte d'Arroux in Faubourg d'Arroux in the northwest. In a field just across the River Arroux stands a lofty section of brick wall known as the Temple of Janus, which was probably part of the sanctuary of some Gallic deity, while on the east side of the town, on avenue du 2ème-Dragon just off the Dijon road, you can see the remains of what was the largest Roman theatre in Gaul, with a capacity of fifteen thousand – in itself a measure of Autun's importance at that time. It's not an evocative site – the remaining seats now overlook a football pitch – but in July and August its authenticity is enhanced by the performances of a play in which six hundred locals, dressed in period costume, reconstruct the Gallo-Roman past of the town. An artificial lake below the football pitch, the Plan d'eau du Vallon, provides the usual watersports. Visitors appreciate the hotel also features an outdoor heated swimming pool and a sunny patio for well-earned breaks when the weather is fine, The most enigmatic of the Gallo-Roman remains in the region is the Pierre de Couhard, off Faubourg St-Pancrace to the southeast of the town. It's a 27-metre-tall stone pyramid situated on the site of one of the city's necropolises, thought to date from the first century, and most probably either a tomb or a cenotaph. Le Potin Gourmand will send you back in the past to the atmosphere of the Middle Ages with traditional meals, and above all, costumes and performances with troubadours and acrobats, During the early 16th century Francis I strengthened the French Crown. He also welcomed to France many Italian artists, such as Leonardo da Vinci, was an Italian polymath: scientist, architect, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, engineer, painter, sculptor, musician, and writer. Their influence assured the success of the Renaissance style., The 17th century was a period of extravagance and power of the French Monarchy. King Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu transformed France's feudal monarchy to an absolute monarchy. But the French king most associated with this period is Louis XIV. Also known as the Sun King, Louis strengthened his own power having all the local princes and lords occupied with the elaborate court life at his palace at Versailles. The objective of this court life was to keep the local princes and lords from focusing on trying to undermine Louis' power. This period is also known for the genius of the writers, architects and musicians who were promoted by the royal court. The extravagance of Louis XIV, the costly foreign wars that weakened the government, plunged France in an economic and financial crisis. Louis XIV died in 1715 and Louis XV assumed the throne. The Bourgeoisie began to demand more political rights, and this had become a big problem for for Louis' successors., Charles Martel was the first leader of the Carolingian dynasty and is the responsible of the expansion of the Frankish kingdom and also stopped the Muslim advance. Charlemagne not only was an able military leader, but he was also a great supporter of education and the arts. During Charlemagne's period there was a Carolingian renaissance but shortly after his death the kingdom was divided. Hugh Capet was elected to the throne of France, this way the Carolingian dynasty ended and the Capetian Dynasty begun. In 1066, William, Duke of Normandy invaded England and was crowned as the English king on Christmas Day, 1066. With the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine, who was married before with king Louis VII of France and the get married with Henry II of England, there was yielded most of the western part of France to the British Wreath. After the death of the last Capetian king Charles IV, Edward III of England claimed the French Throne and started the Hundred Years' War in 1337. With the help of a French peasant girl, Joan of Arc, Charles VIII emerged victorious in the war and drove the English back to Calais., This way the monarchy in France arrived to its end in 1871 and the Third Republic was formed. In 1889 was contructed what is now one of the most impresive and visited monuments around the world, the Eiffel Tower was built in order to commemorate the centenial of the French Revolution. There was also a big and important contribution in the nineteenth century from the paintings of the Impressionists, the satirist Zola, the Art Nouveau style and the novelist Flaubert., The years between 1562 and 1598 there was an increase in the number of Protestants, this led to the Wars of Religion between Catholics and Protestants. Catherine de Medici, Queen of France as the wife of King Henry II of France, ordered the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre of hundreds of Protestants. Henry IV, of the Bourbon dynasty, issued the Edict of Nantes, which is 1598,, granting religious tolerance to the Huguenots, which is French Protestants, .


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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 17:30   to 19:30
Check-out:  08:00  to 12:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Continental breakfast costs EUR 10 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 15 per night per person for cots.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 20 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 1.

Features

Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Features 9 rooms

Guestrooms are not equipped with TV.

Services

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Internet Services
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Free Parking
  • All Public and Private spaces non-smoking
  • Restaurant (à la carte)

Activities

  • Outdoor Swimming Pool (seasonal)

Parking

Free public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).

Internet

Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.

Area & travel information

Address

Place du Champ de Foire
71250 Cluny

 

Places nearby...

Cluny : 0.3 km
Chiny : 0.3 km
Lournand : 1.6 km
Mâcon : 2.4 km
Jalogny : 2.6 km
Château : 4.1 km
Donzy : 5.2 km
Bois de Bourcier : 5.3 km
Bois de Cluny : 5.3 km
La Vineuse : 5.3 km
Massilly : 5.4 km
La Valouse Rivière : 5.8 km
Ruisseau Valouse : 5.8 km
Massy : 6 km
Bois de Vaux : 6.3 km
Sainte-Cécile : 6.5 km
Donzy : 6.8 km
Berzé-le-Châtel : 6.9 km
Blanot : 7.1 km
Mazillé : 7.1 km
Flagy : 7.2 km
Cortambert : 7.2 km
Saint-Vincent : 7.5 km
Vitry : 7.5 km
Bergesserin : 7.7 km
Bourgvilain : 7.8 km
Forêt de Gousseau : 8 km
Igé : 8.5 km
Berzé-la-Ville : 8.5 km
Bray : 8.7 km
Azé : 8.7 km
Buffières : 9.2 km
Ameugny : 9.3 km
Taizé : 9.3 km
Clermain : 9.4 km
Bois de la Grande Verrière : 9.5 km
Sologny : 9.8 km
Verzé : 9.9 km
Salornay : 9.9 km
Brandon : 10.1 km
Milly-Lamartine : 10.2 km
Saint-Maurice : 10.2 km
Chiddes : 10.6 km
Saint-Gengoux : 10.6 km
La Roche-Vineuse : 10.7 km
La Vineuse : 10.7 km
La Chapelle : 10.9 km
Chapelle-du-Mont-de-France : 10.9 km
Chissey : 10.9 km
Cortevaix : 11 km
Pressy : 11 km
Curtil : 11.2 km
Chérizet : 11.2 km
Bois de Mont-Saint-Romain : 11.3 km
Bissy : 11.3 km
Pierreclos : 11.6 km
Bois de Verzé : 11.6 km
Saint-André : 11.7 km
Saint-Point : 11.7 km
Sivignon : 11.9 km
Bussières : 12 km
Laizé : 12 km
Montagny : 12.4 km
Péronne : 12.6 km
Ruisseau Talenchant : 12.7 km
Sailly : 12.7 km
Clessé : 12.8 km
Cormatin : 13 km
Suin : 13 km
Lugny : 13 km
Bonnay : 13.1 km
Trivy : 13.1 km
Cruzille : 13.4 km
Sigy : 13.8 km
Viré : 14 km
Meulin : 14 km
Passy : 14.2 km
Burgy : 14.3 km
Chevagny : 14.4 km
La Guye Rivière : 14.6 km
Guye : 14.6 km
Chapaize : 14.8 km
Malay : 14.8 km
Hurigny : 14.8 km
Saint-Martin : 14.8 km
Saint-Ythaire : 14.9 km
Charbonnières : 15 km
Chevagny : 15.1 km
Prissé : 15.2 km
Vérizet : 15.2 km
Serrières : 15.3 km
Bissy : 15.4 km
Forêt de Chapaize : 15.5 km
Grevilly : 15.5 km
Tramayes : 15.7 km
Martailly : 15.7 km
Solutre : 15.9 km
Solutré-Pouilly : 15.9 km
Vergisson : 15.9 km
Trambly : 16.1 km
Dompierre : 16.2 km
La Chapelle : 16.2 km
Saint-Martin : 16.2 km
Davayé : 16.3 km
Saint-Bonnet : 16.5 km
Savigny : 16.5 km
Courtil-sous Burnand : 16.7 km
Curtil : 16.7 km
Sennecé : 16.8 km
Mâconnais : 16.9 km
Monts du Mâconnais : 16.9 km
La Salle : 16.9 km
Saint-Jean : 17 km
Saint-Léger : 17.1 km
Saint-Marcelin : 17.3 km
Montbellet : 17.3 km
Vérosvres : 17.3 km
Senozan : 17.4 km
Germolles : 17.5 km
Champagny : 17.6 km
Chasselas : 17.7 km
Saint-Albain : 17.7 km
Saint-Huruge : 17.7 km
Fleurville : 17.8 km
Royer : 17.9 km
Chardonnay : 17.9 km
Sancé : 18 km
Fuissé : 18.1 km
Bresse : 18.1 km
Charnay : 18.1 km
Mouge : 18.2 km
La Mouge Rivière : 18.2 km
Château de Corcheval : 18.3 km
Flacé : 18.3 km
Burnand : 18.4 km
Sercy : 18.5 km
Ozenay : 18.6 km
Asnières : 18.6 km
Cenves : 18.8 km
Saint-Martin : 18.9 km
Ruisseau la Loëze : 19 km
Loëse Rivière : 19 km
La Loëze Ruisseau : 19 km
Vésines : 19 km
La Reyssouze Rivière : 19.1 km
La Reyssouse Rivière : 19.1 km
Reyssouze : 19.1 km
Burzy : 19.1 km
Uchizy : 19.1 km
Loché : 19.1 km
Saint-Pierre : 19.3 km
Boz : 19.4 km
Leynes : 19.5 km
Plottes : 19.7 km
Forêt d' Avaise : 19.7 km
Bois du Grand Bragny : 19.8 km
Beaubery : 19.8 km
Étrigny : 20 km
Matour : 20 km
Trades : 20 km
Bois de Marizy : 20.1 km
La Guiche : 20.1 km
Mancey : 20.1 km
Saint-Gengoux : 20.2 km
Reyssouze : 20.3 km
Petite Grosne : 20.4 km
La Petite Grosne Rivière : 20.4 km
Le Rousset : 20.4 km
Santilly : 20.5 km
Saint-Laurent-de-l'Ain : 20.5 km
Mâcon : 20.5 km
Saint-Laurent : 20.5 km
La Veyle Rivière : 20.5 km
Saint-Laurent-lès-Macon : 20.5 km
Veyle : 20.5 km
Vinzelles : 20.8 km
Chaintré : 20.8 km
La Fourche : 20.8 km
Saint-Clément : 20.9 km
Champlieu : 20.9 km
Saint-Christophe : 21 km
Pruzilly : 21 km
Farges : 21 km
Feillens : 21.1 km
Saint-Jacques : 21.1 km
Ozan : 21.1 km
Étang de Marizy : 21.1 km
Étang Neuf : 21.1 km
Manziat : 21.3 km
Forêt du Rousset : 21.4 km
Saint-Mamert : 21.4 km
Montmelard : 21.4 km
Tallant : 21.5 km
Pont : 21.5 km
Joncy : 21.7 km
Bois de Plottes : 21.9 km
Mornay : 21.9 km
Varennes : 22 km
Chânes : 22 km
Saint-Vérand : 22 km

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