Getting In Touch & Getting Here
"Before you reach the village of Auxey-Duresses stop the car just outside Monthelie, before the road descends and look at the view. It is one of the very best in Burgundy."
Whether you’re looking to stay at The Hungry Cyclist Lodge, organise a tailor-made cycling holiday or simply get in touch, please use the contact details below or fill out the enquiry form and we’ll reply to you as soon as we’ve put away the bicycle and opened a fresh bottle. We look forward to hearing from you.
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The Hungry Cyclist Lodge is situated in the heart of the Burgundy Wine region. Hidden in the Premier Cru Wine making village of Auxey-Duresses it lies just off the prestigious Route de Grand Cru. Whether by car, train , aeroplane or bicycle, getting here could not be easier. We hope the information below helps you to get here but should you need any further help do not hesitate to get in touch.
With direct links to TGV links Lyon, Dijon and Paris (Gare de Lyon & Bercy) getting to Burgundy by train is both civilised and uncomplicated.
- Gare de Lyon/Bercy - Beaune (2 hours)
- Lyon Part-Dieu - Beaune (1 hour 45 min).
Arrive in Burgundy at Beaune station and either jump in a taxi (20 euros) to Auxey-Duresses or arrange a pick up with us and we can come and get you.
Just ten kilometres from the Beaune exit (24.1) of the A6 auto route, driving to The Hungry Cyclist Lodge could not be easier.
After leaving the autoroute, follow the D973 through Pommard, Volnay and the Route de Grand Cru leads you to Auxey-Duresses. Continue through the village and take the first left after leaving the village. Turn right on Rue Du Moulin and The Hungry Cyclist Lodge is the first house on the right.
- Beaune - 10km
- Beaune A6 Junction 24.1- 10km
- Dijon - 50 km (45 minutes)
- Lyon - 155 km (1.5 hours)
- Paris - 312 km (3 hours)
- Geneva - 230 km (2 hours)
- Calais (via Reims) - 600 km (5.5 hours)