Whether you are coming for a weekend or for holidays with your family, the owners will be delighted to meet your requirements.
there is no shortage of charming town houses. Bordeaux has maintained its 18th century allure andi is nowadays a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The 300-year-old Grand Théâtre still bears the blue, white and gold of the monarchy; and the Gothic cathedral was the scene of the marriage of Eleanor of Aquitaine and the future king Louis VII.
Step outside your rental, cross the Garonne on the Pont de Pierre and explore the Saint-Pierre neighbourhood, the historic part of the city. Bordeaux is also a modern city, as you will see at the Musée d'Art Contemporain. T
he water mirror that runs along the Place de la Bourse, lets you cool your heels and will also surprise you with its reflection and mist effects.
After a shopping expedition on the quays of the Left Bank of the Garonne, set off to tour the vineyards. If your dream is a gastronomic and wine-tourism holiday, book a gîte to explore Saint-Emilion, the international capital of wine, as well as the many wineries that surround Bordeaux and its Cité du Vin.