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Historic vineyards, ancient architecture and Michelin star cuisine

Tree-lined boulevards, contemporary museums, and some of the world’s oldest vineyards guarantee an opulent retreat in Bordeaux. Uniquely situated in private surrounds, our luxury Bordeaux villas provide easy access to well cultivated countryside and the culinary and cultural delights of the region. From airy villas to grand maisons, each combines Bordeaux’s heritage and adds generous splashes of modern comforts, such as spa rooms and sparkling pools. Indulge yourself – after all, that’s why you’re here!

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January
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February
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March
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April
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May
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June
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July
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August
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September
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October
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November
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December
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About Bordeaux

Discerning gourmands will revel at fine dining available in Bordeaux. Classy Michelin star establishments meet charming, back-street, family recipe food from friendly bars. If you’d prefer to dine al fresco at your luxury Bordeaux villa, this can also be arranged. We can book a private chef to cook up some fine French cuisine in your very own kitchen.

And then there’s the wine. The viticultural excellence of the region means you shouldn’t miss a tipple or two on a vineyard tour. Offering boutique wine cellars and prestigious large-scale producers, the wines of the region are surprisingly diverse. The views aren’t too bad either. Many of these vineyards have been established for centuries, irrevocably shaping the beauty of the landscape.

In addition to vineyards, Bordeaux is also rich with striking ancient architecture. The grand buildings on the clanking quayside of St Pierre will transport you back to medieval times. Majestic public gardens and generous wide-open spaces provide ample opportunity to sit back and soak up the ambient surroundings.

After browsing boutiques, quirky shops and cobbled village markets it’s time to return to your villa for sunset o’clock. There are few more enjoyable ways to watch the sun slowly sink over the undulating Bordeaux hills than with a fine wine beside your own private pool.

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