A unique place that reflects elegance, authenticity and conviviality. The Sept Fontaines, a territory so called because of its seven springs flowing into the stream that crosses the city known as 'Bief du Potet'...
At the heart of Burgundy at Tournus in an old 17th century building, the former "Maison de la Charité", which later became the retirement home of the Sept Fontaines, has been totally renovated to create a hotel complex with prestigious volumes and elegant colours. The comfort and unique elegance of the hotel-restaurant "Les Sept Fontaines" invites you to a charming walk in a setting full of history and in a warm atmosphere.
Your stay at the hotel " Les Sept Fontaines" will allow you to relax in its spa, to enjoy exceptional dishes in its restaurant and to visit a region with a heritage of rare richness and variety.
The reception desk
Our team at the reception desk is at your disposal 7 days a week and 24 hours a day, to ensure a warm welcome and make your stay more enjoyable. Our concierge service is here for any information or requests for taxi reservations, cultural activities, sightseeing tours ...
- Reception desk at your service 7 days a week and 24 hours a day
- Luggage service
- Electric car charging stations
- Free external and secure car park
- and a closed garage (extra fee)
- Air-conditioned hotel.
Tournus is a gastronomic city halfway between north and south of the country. Its location allows you to spend a weekend 3 hours away from Paris, or to stop off to winter sports resorts or to the Mediterranean.
Situated on the banks of the Saône, Tournus is the highlight of the South Burgundy wine route, at the crossroads of the Chalonnais and the Mâconnais vineyards. An ideal place to discover the Burgundian heritage during a leisure or business stay.
The territory of the Burgundy tourist wine route extends from the Auxerrois to the Mâconnais. Its vineyards cover about 29500 hectares and benefit from 84 AOCs. Mainly made from pinot noir and chardonnay.
The "route des vignobles de l'Yonne" (Yonne vineyard route), as its name suggests, crosses the department of Yonne. One of the king wines of this route is Chablis. Regarding visits, the traveller is spoiled here: Auxerre, Tonnerre, Vézelay...
The "route des grands crus de Bourgogne" is considered a royal road. It crosses the part of the Côte-d'Or where the most prestigious vineyards are located. After visiting Dijon, you reach the old village of Marsannay, then the canton of Gevrey-Chambertin and the vineyards of Nuits-Saint-Georges. After that, it's on to the Côte de Beaune (a town that deserves a stop, especially for its hospices), Pommard, Volnay and Meursault .
The "Route des Grands Vins" is an extension of the "Route des Grands Crus" from Santenay. Up to Saint-Gengoux-le-National, it takes you to discover the Côte Chalonnaise as you pass from one charming village to another: vineyards, hedged farmland, Romanesque churches, castles, the Canal du Centre...
The "route des vins Mâconnais-Beaujolais" takes you to the Saône-et-Loire; it is lined with "Follow the bunch" signs. This is where the wines of Mâcon, Pouilly, Saint-Véran, Passetoutgrain and Viré-Clessé come from. By reaching the Rhône, you reach the Beaujolais area (Saint-Amour, Juliénas, Chénas, Moulin-à-vent, Fleurie, Chiroubles, Morgon, Régnié, Côte de Brouilly, Brouilly).