REGION : Burgundy
ATMOSPHERE : Countryside
STYLE : Country estate
CATEGORY : 5*
ROOMS : 3 rooms and 2 suites
A tote-bag filled with gourmet farm and/or regional products (eggs, jarred goods from the chef, local specialties such as Fallot mustard…).
Sometimes, happiness is all about finding the horse of another color. More precisely, a beautiful thoroughbred filly: Rymska. Born in 2014 in the Burgundy countryside, in Saint-Jean-de-Trézy, 30 km from Beaune, she was bred by Eric Feurtet, owner and co-creator of the premises with Raphaël Meyer. Now a Group champion in France and the United States, Rymska gives her name to the estate and its 80 hectares of greenery, which wear the Relais & Châteaux label.
THE BUILDING HOUSES THREE CHARMING BEDROOMS (Epervier, Irma and Ambiance) and two suites (Rymska and Harmonie) with large walk-in showers. All named in honor of the Domaine’s famous short-haired residents. An intimate and cozy 5* collection, carefully decorated with precious fabrics, patterns and materials. The height of the French home style.
OUTSIDE, TAKE IN THE SIGHTS! Sheltered from the turmoil of the world, enjoy the company of broodmares and foals at the stud farm, chase after the jack on the petanque court, tiptoe through the vineyards, cast your hooks in the ponds, stroll and disconnect in the vegetable garden, the farm (Charolais, Aubrac & Wagyu beef, poultry, lamb, eggs…) or the orchard. These delights are served in the domain’s restaurant, the Table de Rymska, fulfilling a super short farm to plate circuit. And who is responsible for all these great tastes? A chef who has worked at Les Prés d’Eugénie in Eugénie-les-Bains, Les Crayères in Reims and Les Sources de Caudalie in Bordeaux: Jérémie Muller. In two words: a treat. Trot on over at your leisure.
SWIMMING-POOL – Take a dip in the pool
FARM – Walk through the farm
HARAS – Meet the horses at the stud ranch
GARDEN – Nature bath in the vegetable garden
FISHING – Fishing in the domain’s ponds
PETANQUE – Play pétanque, the French pastime
CUISINE & WINES – Taste local Burgundy wines