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Aux Terrasses, Designer Boutique Hotel and gourmet restaurant in Tournus, Burgundy


Aux Terrasses hotel & restaurant is in the centre of Tournus, just 100 metres from the River Saône, in Burgundy, in the Saône-et-Loire department.

Close to the A6 motorway, Tournus is easily accessible and ideally situated between Chalon-sur-Saône (27 km to the north) and Mâcon (36 km to the south).

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GPS coordinates

  • Latitude: 46,559081
  • Longitude: 4,914321

From the A6:

  • Take exit 27 towards Tournus
  • Continue to RN6/D906
  • Turn left onto Rue Raymond Dorey, then keep right
  • Turn right onto Rue Victor Hugo
  • Turn right onto Avenue du 23 Janvier
  • Aux Terrasses is on the right

The hotel has two Tesla charging stations which are also compatible with other electric cars. It’s easy to charge your car while you enjoy a gourmet break or holiday in this boutique hotel in Tournus in Burgundy.

Vienne train station is just 1 kilometre from Aux Terrasses; it’s a 15-minute walk or a 5-minute journey by car.

This train station is served by regional TER trains which connect:

  • Dijon-Ville or Paris-Bercy and Lyon-Perrache;
  • Chalon-sur-Saône and Mâcon.

The Mâcon Loché train station is 30 kilometres from Aux Terrasses hotel & restaurant. This train station is served by high-speed TGV trains from Paris Gare de Lyon, Lyon, Saint-Etienne, Milan and Annecy. The Buscéphale bus network provides simple and direct access to Tournus: a regular service connects Mâcon and Tournus.

The Le Creusot train station is 45 kilometres from the hotel & restaurant. It is served by high-speed TGV trains from Paris Gare de Lyon. The Buscéphale bus network connects this station and Chalon-sur-Saône train station, where visitors can take a regional TER train to Tournus.

Lyon St Exupéry airport is 145 km or 75 minutes from Aux Terrasses. This airport is a hub for French and international flights throughout the year.

Distance and travel time
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28 km

30 minutes


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50 minutes


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1 hour 15 minutes


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1 hour 15 minutes


65 km

55 minutes


247 km

2.5 hours

Tourism and activities in Burgundy

Exploring Tournus

Whether you’re enjoying a romantic getaway or family holidays, the town of Tournus is a delightful place to explore. Take advantage of a stay at Aux Terrasses to explore this historic town in Burgundy on the banks of the Saône, particularly the Abbaye Saint-Philibert, which is one of France’s greatest Romanesque monuments and is classified as a French Historic Monument. Take a walk around the town centre, admiring the region’s characteristic half-timbered houses, and explore the banks of the Saône on foot or by bike. 

Tournus tourist information centre 

Wine tourism in Burgundy

A visit to Burgundy is a must for any oenophile: it’s the perfect weekend destination in which to enjoy some of this renowned region’s grands crus, appellations d'origine contrôlée and award-winning wines, produced by local winegrowers with incredible expertise.

Burgundy wines are wide-ranging and diverse; from north to south, the region is home to an extensive variety (Mâconnais, Chablis, Côte de Beaune, to name but a few). Tournus is ideally located on the Burgundy wine trail which links Chablis and Mâcon, including Beaune: an ideal itinerary for those who want to try some of the region’s excellent wines.

Whether you’re a novice or a connoisseur, savour Burgundy’s fantastic wines as you meet with the winegrowers who know so much about this exceptional product: enjoy the authentic experience of visiting local wine cellars, sampling different wines and exploring the countryside and its vineyards.

Burgundy’s tantalising tastes

Connoisseurs of cuisine will be spoiled for choice in Burgundy, a gourmet region known for its culinary tradition and exceptional local products. Tender Charolais beef and delicious Bresse chicken will delight visitors to the region; iconic traditional dishes, include snails and truffles, can be enjoyed with a glass of one of the fine wines which have earned Burgundy its gourmet reputation!

Burgundy in all its splendour

Just a few minutes from the boutique hotel of Aux Terrasses, guests can enjoy some of the region’s unmissable historical sites and tourist attractions: as a couple, with family or friends, you’ll love visiting Paray-le-Monial and its Sacré-Cœur basilica, a Romanesque masterpiece which dates back to the 12th century, and the Abbaye de Cluny, a major cultural and spiritual centre in the Middle Ages.