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We have 6 hotels in Arnay-le-Duc.

Chez Camille Star Rating 3        
Place Edouard Herriot

Set in the countryside, this quaint hotel occupies a 16th-century building that's a minute's walk from the Arroux river and a 2-minute walk from the exhibits at Maison Régionale des Arts de la Table.The 11 relaxed, traditionally decorated rooms feature terracotta floors and wood beams. All include free Wi-Fi and TVs.
Manoir Bonpassage Star Rating 2        
5 rue du Moulin

Boasting an outdoor pool, Manoir Bonpassage is situated in Nolay and provides comfortable accommodation. It also features a terrace.The hotel has 7 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
Hotel Clair de lune Star Rating 2        
4 rue du Four

Enjoy your visit to Arnay-le-Duc with a stay at Hotel Chez Camille. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Jardin d'Hiver, which serves French cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. All rooms offer flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, and free wired Internet.
Camping Etang de Fouche        
2 Rue Du 8 Mai 1945

Situated in Arnay-le-Duc in the Burgundy Region, 28.6 miles from Dijon, Camping Etang de Fouché features a seasonal outdoor pool and children's playground. Beaune is 18 miles from the property.
Le Terminus Arnay-le-Duc Star Rating 2        
2 Rue de l'Arquebuse

Just a 15-minute drive from the A6 motorway, Le Terminus is in the village of Arnay-le-Duc. It features a steakhouse with terrace dining and en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi access.All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV.
Auprès du Château        
18, rue Saint-Honore

Featuring free Wi-Fi, Aupres du Chateau is situated in Arnay-le-Duc and offers comfortable accommodation. It also provides a terrace.Aupres du Chateau provides cosy rooms, designed to accommodate the needs of any guest.
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Arnay - le - Duc is a French commune in the Côte - d'Or department in the Burgundy region of eastern France. The inhabitants of the commune are known as Arnétois or Arnétoises