Puligny-Montrachet (pronounce neither T) is the tiny agricultural village in the Côte de Beaune where perhaps the finest white wines in the world are made. To marvel, perhaps to taste, is the reason to go there, but Burgundy has much else to offer and Suzanne Gazagne’s attractive, three-star, six-bedroomed hotel has been conceived with the long stay in mind – in fact the longer you stay, the better the nightly rate. She offers cleanliness and comfort rather than luxurious frills – always a positive quality for this guide. She has her taste, and the rooms are prettily decorated, with modern bathrooms, satellite TV, internet connection, safe and mini-bars. Suzanne also has a strong personality; her breakfasts are imaginative and delicious. Although she no longer offers evening meals, she has a variety of ideas for places where you can eat out, in addition to many suggestions for things to do in the surrounding area.