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Hotel Philippe le Bon

“Located close to the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, it is closely linked to the history of Burgundy. Our establishment is indeed composed of three mansions listed as historical monuments with the culmination of a Gothic courtyard where you can enjoy an aperitif on sunny days; several rooms give directly on this beautifully preserved courtyard. In 1490, Thomas Berbisey, civil clerk in Parliament and close to the King of France Louis XI, began construction of his mansion. According to his plans, he built a Gothic courtyard with rich ornamental decorations that are still visible today.In 1571, the descendants of Thomas Berbisey sold the hotel to the congregation of nuns of St. Martha. Then in 1789, the revolutionaries take possession of the places and different owners succeed until today.”

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