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Pros: The lovely host, beautiful town, the hotel building and Dexter the dog. The pizza restaurant in the village was good and served more than pizzas.
Cons: Nothing. It was perfect
Pros: The host is incredibly nice. The location is wonderful, quiet and clean. Rooms are very comfortable. Breakfast is excellent.
Pros: A LITTLE GEM THAT SHOULD BE KEPT A WELL GUARDED SECRET.
Pros: I loved everything, the property is beautiful and charming. our hostess Nathalie was very accommodative and friendly and made us feel at home.
Pros: Nice owner, the surrounding area, the breakfast.
Cons: Small bath but is an old typical house.
Pros: What a great find. Natalie the owner is so nice and looked after us when we arrived. The room we had was amazing with two double beds split on two floors. Nearby is a wonder restaurant but there is also a nice restaurant in the village. A very quaint place and will definitely visit it again.
Cons: The place, the room, the comfortable beds and the hospitality.
Pros: The owners, Natalie and Jean Luc were extremely welcoming and made our stay exceptional. The accommodation, breakfast was 1st class and we would highly recommend this property.
Cons: The only clawback for us was the lack of restaurants in the area that were open at reasonable times, mainly opening either 14:00 or 17:00 but then closing again early evening, 19:00 or 21:00 respectively
Pros: The place is wonderful. Quiet beautiful village. Wonderful accommodation. Emma, Nathalie and a Jean-Mark and Dexter the dog made us so welcome.
Cons: We wish we could have stayed longer.
Pros: We can't decide which was more charming - the B&B or our hostess, Nathalie!!! The house is stunning - beautifully decorated and situated in a charming village. The house is immaculate. Nathalie was WONDERFUL. She really made our stay special. She offered wonderful suggestions about where to visit, what foods to try, and places to have a picnic. Breakfast was delicious with local eggs, fruit and pastries. She created a very relaxing ambiance every evening with low lighting and great jazz albums. We were so sad to leave!
Pros: The owner went out of her way to make sure that we were well taken care of. Our room was modern and clean. The bed was great and the writing desk was a nice place to keep our travel books, keys and phones. The common space was perfect for my family to gather and enjoy our wine in the evening. Soft music playing in the background as we enjoyed our breakfast was a nice touch. Such a lovely stay. A great location.
Cons: Everything was perfect!
Located in Barsac, Château de Camperos Vignes & Spa features free bikes, garden, shared lounge, and free WiFi. Providing a restaurant, the property also has a terrace. Guests can enjoy garden views. Guest rooms in the guest house are equipped with a kettle. At Château de Camperos Vignes & Spa each room comes with a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast. Bordeaux is 43 km from Château de Camperos Vignes & Spa, while Saint-Émilion is 42 km away. The nearest airport is Mérignac, 48 km from the guest house, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
Pros: Chateau with a pool! Good breakfast with boiled eggs
Pros: Our host was lovely- he was so welcoming, and calm, nothing was too much trouble, which made for a really relaxing stay. Breakfast was ample- host offered eggs for breakfast any way you like and was very attentive. He also has a great sense of humour and was really interesting to chat to. The building itself was well preserved (original style) whereas the bedrooms were themed- Asia, Africa-which was fun! The bed was super comfortable with lovely crisp sheets and everything you need in the room. The pool was a great size and shape.
Cons: Everything was great as mentioned, just a minor point really, the pool had a retractable roof which if fully removed in hot weather would make the pool area even more spectacular.
Pros: We liked everything
Pros: Friendly hosts, comfortable room and good breakfast.
Pros: Immense character of the Chateau and the genuinely warm welcome of its proprietors make for an unique experience. The dinner was a superb demonstration of local produce and cuisine. The Sauterne de Barsac was splendid. It was a pleasure to be shown the wonderful examples of 19th Century decoration and taste in the chateau. Our bedroom, Chambre des Anges, was wonderfully light with great westward views, and a magnificent sunset,
Pros: Friendly hosts, huge rooms, very good breakfast.
Pros: Beautiful property with super location The owners of the property are very welcoming and friendly. Wonderful hotel to stay.
Pros: Paul was a totally delightful individual, friendly, helpful, and full of humor. His wife's dinners were outstanding. The mid-19th century Art Nouveau decor in the chateau is not to be missed.
Pros: Breakfast was a typical 'Continental' array of hams, cheese and pastries. Paul the patron would prepare eggs on request which we had twice during our stay. Very good too. Dinner was also available and prepared beautifully by Pauls wife Brigitte. She offered a good choice and a four course meal (including wine and cheese) for 32 euro p.p. An 'amuse bouche 'was given to start the meal and delicious. This was a wonderful example of French cooking and was artistically presented. The hosts were charming and made us feel most welcome. Our bedroom was enormous and look out over fields of vines . It was very quiet and tranquil but may be a little remote for some tastes. The Chateau has an outdoor pool (which we didn't get to use). Sun loungers are available to use on the lawns if you want a day without sightseeing. It is possible to drive into Bordeaux in less than an our. Roads are good and quiet by British standards. Would stay here again if we return to the Bordeaux region
With a stay at L'Orangerie de Camperos in Barsac, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Château du duc d'Épernon and Chateau Venus. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The place was beautiful, clean and immaculate! The hosts were very kind and welcoming! One of my favorite bed and breakfasts ever! I wish I had more time to spend there.
Cons: Everything was amazing!
Pros: Hosts are lovely and approachable. The check in was easy and they accommodated every single one of our request. Place is decorated with taste and the mattress are comfy.
Cons: Sheets were scratchy, traditional in the south and breathable but not to my liking.
Pros: wonderful shower; room and public spaces nicely and creatively decorated
Pros: Beautifully renovated house with amazing kitchen/dining space where guests had breakfast. All rooms newly decorated and themed - we were in the Zen room with nice, natural touches. Owner was lovely and friendly.
Cons: Perhaps a full-length mirror could be added to bedroom as only mirror was in ensuite above wash-hand basin.
Pros: Room is full-renovated recently, and breakfast is so nice. The service is perfect. I really appreciate for that.
Pros: Enjoyed the rural, quiet setting and certainly enjoyed friendly conversation with Claire. Wonderful recommendation for experiencing regional cuisine at Chez Charlotte made for a perfect ending to a long, somewhat tiring drive from Toulouse on our first day of vacation.
Pros: The large property of L'Orangerie de Camperos is beautiful, with lots of trees and a view of the vineyards. The rooms are generously sized and the bathroom was big with a bathtub. France was suffering a heat wave when we arrived and the owners were so kind and had installed a temporary AC for us. That was so thoughtful of them. If you're there with teenagers it's worth to go to the lake nearby and go wave boarding. There is a lift for beginners and it was a fun way to cool off on a hot day.
Cons: Can't think of anything.
Pros: The beds were the comfiest ever! Lovely decor also
Cons: Owners were lovely but no English spoken Nothing in walking distance really
Pros: In the country
Cons: Rooms hot no fan
Pros: No croissants! Nice breakfast, comfortable room and facilities for making tea/coffee
With a stay at La Chartreuse des Eyres in Podensac, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Maison des Vins de Graves and Chateau de Chantegrive.
Pros: Our hostess was delightful and ensured we had lots of information about the area and the accommodation.
Pros: Beautiful property, very comfy bed, dog friendly and amazing breakfast.
Pros: It is a beautiful property in the bordelais countryside. The owner was very nice and accommodating.
Cons: We arrived in a heatwave and tho its an old stone construction it was very hot with no air conditioning (these old properties rarely do). We suffered and recommend to check the weather pattern when you book. Also the little town is without interest or a good restaurant so we had to take the car to Cadillac (next village) where we ate at CÔTÉ JARDIN which was excellent.
Pros: Lovely property and hosts.
Cons: Podensac is very quiet and is a 'one street' location so nothing to do!
Pros: Valerie the host was very pleasant and helpful. The breakfast was lovely with fresh local produce.
Pros: Loved everything about this beautiful accommodation, from the welcome on arrival, the amazing bedroom (more like a suite), the setting, the breakfast, the host and the wave off when we left. We will definitely be staying here again and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for somewhere special to stay.
Cons: The “restaurant” next door, “Chez Charlotte”. We had two confit de canard, totally over cooked, almost carbonized, with a glass of recommanded Pessac Leognan, from the area, with no bouquet, no perfume, no taste, no corps, just a goût de vinasse. Little Charlotte should go back in her boudoir.
Pros: We did the half board option and it was fantastic. Breakfast and dinner included. The dinner was amazing and I would recommend this option as it was so beautiful and value for money.
Cons: Not working internet, dirty teapot
Pros: Beautiful decor and lovely garden at this B&B. Off-road parking if you ask.
Cons: Unfortunately the town of Podensac has nothing to offer at all - not even a bar open before 7.30pm! Given how beautiful the area is the location was very disappointing. Our reception was awful - there is nothing to indicate where the entrance is, when we found it we rang the doorbell several times and no-one came. In the end we had to phone before anyone came to the door and even then the owner seemed very preoccupied with problems elsewhere and we were left waiting some time. We asked if there was somewhere we could go for a drink (at about 6pm)and were told to go to the square -but nothing is open until 7.30pm. We asked to park inside the gates rather than on the road as we had a car full of stuff - this was rather grudgingly permitted. We will not be going back.
Chateau Du Payre is situated in Cardan and offers a garden. Featuring free WiFi, the property also has a terrace. This bed and breakfast with garden views features a bathroom with a shower. The toilet is located outside the room. A continental breakfast is served each morning at the property. Evening meals can be served upon reservation 48 hours in advance. Hiking can be enjoyed nearby. Bordeaux is 27 km from the bed and breakfast, while Saint-Émilion is 28 km away. Mérignac Airport is 34 km from the property.
Pros: The B&B has a wonderful location in the wine-growing area, with a great garden and views onto the vineyards. It has only three rooms, in the chateau, which is also inhabited by the owners (whose main business is to grow and sell wine; speak English); parking is at the house. My room was spacious and nicely refurbished, fitted with some antique-style furniture. The bed was ok; there are two pillow types to choose from. The window was equipped with external shutters, keeping the light out completely. Due to the location, it is also very quiet at night – in principle ideal conditions for a good night’s sleep. The owners provided good information on restaurants and sightseeing; unfortunately I had no time to take up their offer for being shown around in the vineyard or tasting some of their wines.
Cons: Toilet and bathroom (separate room) were not fully private – access was via the common area, separated by a folding screen. The bathroom had a good size and looked recently renovated; however, the shower head could to with a de-scaling… Unfortunately, the room was missing a dressing mirror, which makes the 'morning (or evening) grooming' a bit awkward. WiFi was a constant on-and-off – not really usable for longer than a minute or two. There was no TV in the room, either. The breakfast is nothing to write home about – a bit of bread and butter, one (!) marmalade, a yoghurt, some juice (self-service from a common fridge), and of course coffee; no cereals, no cheese, no ham.
Pros: The Chateau is beautiful and has charming views of the vineyards around. The owner Valerie stays in the other part of the house and is a charming host and took care of all our requirements. She is extremely passionate and it comes across in the way the house is decorated and maintained. Valerie also showed us around her vineyard and gave us a nice presentation on wine making. The Chateau has 4 rooms and a common living area. The bathroom was large but it was a shared bathroom. We had apprehensions about this but it was not a problem at all considering everything else was just so gorgeous.
Cons: Like already mentioned, shared bathroom, though it was not a big problem. Breakfast was limited and some more options would been nice
Pros: Lovely wine tasting on arrival, lovley host, made us a lovely meal with wine. Very old and unique French style. Clean comfy bedrooms.
Pros: The atmosphere and surrounding area of the property......apart from the wine:)
Cons: Breakfast could have been better...
Pros: Wonderfully cool room, great evening meal and an excellent breakfast.
Pros: This is a 3 bedroom B&B in a beautiful old 2-story family owned and managed Château/winery that has been handed down 5 generations to Valerie who does an awesome job of handling both. Our private bathroom was gigantic and gorgeous, albeit a fraction down the hall, but that wing of the upstairs was dedicated to us so it was great! And the wide variety of wine they make is very good! Valerie and family live next door. This is about 17 miles from Bordeaux and was worth the drive.
Pros: Excellent tour of the winery. Lovely rooms and I loved the decor. Nice facilities. Remote location perfect for a romantic break.
Cons: Communication on arrival was poor. We felt a little like we had inconvenienced our host by arriving at the property despite arriving at 5:30 as requested of us.
Pros: Valerie was so accommodating, offering to taxi us around were she could and provided a great meal on our first night. The chateau is old ! so don't expect modern facilities but the room was large and although no ensuite this wasn't a problem. Breakfast was quite basic but good.
Cons: we had to let Valerie know what time we wanted breakfast which did tie us somewhat just in case we changed our mind and wanted it earlier or later
Pros: A lovely location with spacious and comfortable room. Our host Valerie showed us around her vineyard and explained the production process with some wine sampling to finish off. Unable to have dinner there but Valerie booked at a very nice restaurant close by for us and the breakfasts we had at the chateau were fresh and traditional.
Pros: The warm and friendly atmosphere of this family run winery was very welcome after a long day's drive, and the chateau bedrooms have been carefully planned to give what felt like our own private apartment - wonderful!
Cons: The breakfast was self sevice, which was unexpected. Nevertheless was delicious and made all the tastier by eating on the beautiful patio.
Located in Soulignac, Chambres d'hôtes Le Bourdieu is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Sauve-Majeure Abbey and Château du duc d'Épernon. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, a library, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very friendly and obliging hosts. They go out of their way to make everything nice for you.
Cons: If I tried hard the find a problem the pillows are very firm.
Pros: The whole stay was excellent but the dinner was outstanding.
Cons: Nothing at all.
Pros: The owners were a lovely French couple who had renovated the place themselves and kept a lovely garden. We had a wonderful dinner with on the terrasse and our room was big and comfortable. The guest house in located in the middle of the peaceful countryside, which was perfect for us.
Cons: The closest village with a grocery store is 4km from here, but as the hosts offer a dinner, this is not a problem.
Pros: Dominic and Christine are LOVELY!! They try to make your stay as best as possible. Very nice and helpful people.
Located in Beguey, Hôtel du Château de la Tour is a 1-minute drive from Château du duc d'Épernon and 5 minutes from Maison des Vins de Graves. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Staff were very friendly and helpful - very quickly produced a hacksaw when I realised I'd left my luggage keys at home! Very pleasantly surprised at the quality and standard of the food and wine in the restaurant - excellent!
Cons: Room was may be a bit dated but certainly comfortable enough.
Pros: Well positioned hotel, within easy access of Bordeaux, we used the local bus, which was excellent value.
Cons: The bathroom in the room we had did not have a separate shower and whilst there was a shower head attached to the bath taps there was nowhere to fit it to the wall, so showering was difficult.
Pros: The staff were friendly and helpful and the bed was very comfortable.
Cons: Part of the hotel was under refurbishment Which we were not aware of prior to our visit. This meant the restaurant was closed. The main reason we chose this hotel was because it had a bar and restaurant on site.
Pros: Great location
Cons: Noisy cistern and air conditioner
Pros: The grounds and the restaurant. The grounds were especially appreciated for the walking of our dog.
Cons: all was in general fine
Pros: Restaurant very good food and lovely restaurant staff
Cons: Some comfortable seating in the bedroom would have been better than having two double beds. Decor was a bit too grey
Pros: Excellent food
Cons: Staff kept telling us to keep the noise down
Pros: The bed was very comfortable. We arrived early in the morning after driving through the night. The hotel prepared our room as soon as they could to allow us to check in and rest.
Featuring free WiFi, an outdoor pool and a terrace, Chambre d'hôtes Sauternais offers accommodation in Pujols-sur-Ciron. Free private parking is available on site. Bordeaux is 35 km from Chambre d'hôtes Sauternais, while Saint-Émilion is 39 km from the property. Mérignac Airport is 40 km away.
Pros: beautiful pool, stunning property. great to have 2 rooms to accommodate a family of 5 with a bathroom just for us very comfortable
Pros: Convenient for Junction 2 of motorway
Cons: Shared toilet! No wifi. Dated, comfortless room - no rugs on bare vinyl floor, net curtains only, only one bedside light/bedside table for double bed. Owner demanded extra money for tax although my booking clearly said included.
Pros: Peaceful location after a long days drive from Moraira in Spain. Great welcome and beautiful decor. A swim in the pool and watching the sun go down. Happy Days..
With a stay at Guest House Yuccas & Tilleuls in Arbis, you'll be 21 mi (33.7 km) from Bordeaux Metropole Arena and 28.8 mi (46.3 km) from Place de la Victoire. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Breakfast and the cottage homey feel of the place.
Cons: The location is in the middle of a vineyard which is hard to find in the middle of the night.
Located in Villenave-de-Rions, Maison d'hotes, Gite, Les Batarelles is within a 15-minute drive of Château du duc d'Épernon and Maison des Vins de Graves. Featured amenities include a computer station, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. Planning an event in Villenave-de-Rions? This guesthouse has facilities measuring 1076 square feet (100 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great atmosphere, charming owners!
Pros: The kitchen was nice and the property/yard was nice.
Cons: We loved this property!