'Belmond Amaryllis,' a luxury barge in the Belmond Afloat in France collection, spends her season exploring Burgundy, France's best-known wine region. She plies the waters of the Burgundy Canal, River Saône and Canal du Centre, cruising between Dijon and St-Léger-sur-Dheune or Vandenesse-en-Auxois and Dijon. Guests on board enjoy spacious cabins, a comfortable salon with large picture windows and a heated pool on deck.
Sophisticated 'Belmond Amaryllis' has a comfortable and tastefully appointed salon with large picture windows and a formal dining room for memorable candlelit dinners. Comfortable sun loungers and a heated pool beckon her guests on deck to watch the passing scenery.
The four spacious cabins are handsomely decorated in traditional style with a mixture of contemporary and antique Louis XV and XVI furniture, complemented by occasional tables from Li Puma of Florence. The en suite marble bathrooms have twin basins and heated towel racks.
Canal Barge Cruises 2014
Length: 128 feet
Width: 16.6 feet
Cabins: 4 king/twin, each with en-suite bathroom
Cabin Size(s): 215 to 279 square feet
Departs: Sundays from Paris
Meet in Paris for a Private Driver Transfer to Dijon. On arrival, continue to ‘Belmond Amaryllis,’ where a champagne reception awaits. There is time to relax before your first gourmet dinner on board.'Belmond Amaryllis' | Meals: D
Cruise to Longecourt along the peaceful Canal de Bourgogne this morning. After lunch, tour Château de Longecourt. Rich in history and décor, it has remained in the same family since 1631. During World War II, the Château hosted American pilots who left “graffiti” on the walls of its stable.'Belmond Amaryllis' | Meals: B L D
In Dijon this morning, stroll the market with a walking tour that includes the Ducal Palace and mustard shop. Back on board ‘Belmond Amaryllis,’ cruise to St-Jean-de-Losne, the barge capital of France, where there is time to explore the bustling port before dinner.'Belmond Amaryllis' | Meals: B L D
On the River Saône today, cruise to Seurre for lunch ashore. Then discover Beaune with its fascinating medieval charity hospital, Hôtel-Dieu. After a wine tasting, continue cruising to Chalon-sur- Saône for a walking tour of this lovely Burgundian-style river town.'Belmond Amaryllis' | Meals: B L D
Enter the Canal du Centre today, with excellent opportunities for walking or cycling on the towpath en route to the overnight mooring at Rully. After lunch, visit the estate of Château de Germolles, one of the last residences of the Dukes of Burgundy.'Belmond Amaryllis' | Meals: B L D
Enjoy a last leisurely cruise to St-Léger-sur-Dheune this morning. Later travel to Château de Marguerite de Bourgogne, a fortified castle dating from the 13th century. After a tour and wine tasting, return to ‘Belmond Amaryllis’ for a final gala dinner on board.'Belmond Amaryllis' | Meals: B L D
After breakfast, a Private Driver Transfer to Paris brings your journey to an end.Meals: B
Canal Barge Cruising in Europe is a relaxed way of travel that is inherently flexible and subject to change. The above itinerary is an example of the places you may see and visit during your cruise; your actual itinerary may vary.
Cruise itinerary operates in reverse direction on alternate weeks.
‘Belmond Amaryllis’ also cruises between Dijon and Vandenesse-en-Auxois. Contact A&K for details.
Price displayed is per person, or in the case of Canal & River Cruising, could represent charter price for the cruise.
For availability and reservations, call 800 554 7016.
|Oct. 26, 2014 - Nov. 01, 2014||$63,600||6-night charter||Available|