9 Chemin De Peublanc
9 Chemin De Peublanc
Set amidst picturesque vineyards, Vine House offers Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the main farmhouse surrounded by lovely gardens and grounds.All the bedrooms have tasteful décor All have en suite shower/bathrooms Guests have a choice of bedrooms furnished variously with family room, king-size, twin beds or an appartment. Cots and extra beds can be provided at a cost of 15 euro per night, including breakfast. Tea and coffee making facilities in rooms. Guest lounge with French and English TV. Breakfast is served in the dining room,and delicious evening meals incorporating fresh local produce and vinehouse organic vegetables are available to B&B guests on request.Vine House is perfectly located for both short stays and long holidays in this beautiful region. After a busy day spent sightseeing or house-hunting, guests are welcome to relax in the lounge in front of an open fire or to laze by the lovely swimming pool in the grounds
Attractions:Bourg-Sur-Gironde is five minutes away. Built on a rocky outcrop, this fortified village overlooks the picturesque gironde estuary. As you explore the village, at every turn you find impressive buildings with beautiful architectural features. There is a lively market each Sunday morning . Bourg has a number of excellent restaurants and cafes, and throughout the year there are fetes and events to celebrate everything imaginable, such as garlic, cheese, asparagus. The drive to Blaye ten minutes away will take you past the Roman villa and troglodyte settlement at Plassac. Once at Blaye, the port has a car ferry which takes you to the Medoc area with huge pine forests and over two hundred miles of white sandy beaches. The centre of Blaye is dominated by a magnificent citadel, the hillside fortress stands guard over the town and river. Blaye has a large Saturday market where you can sample and buy many local delicacies. The surrounding area has something for everyone. There are sporting activities for the energetic, history sites to visit for the less energrtic, and the beach resorts. Bordeaux with it’s trendy river Frount, cobbled alley ways, antique shops and café life. A visit to Cognac’s brandy houses is a must, for the kid’s aqualand and the zoo at Royan covering 30 acres & 1600 animals are great days out, and don’t forget the wine. As if you could! with a chateau around ever corner, free tastings and very reasonable prices you’ll be spoilt for choices.
DirectionsCome off the A10 motorway at Exit 38.
Follow signs to Blaye on the N137.
After five minutes, you will reach the small town of Le Pontet - the N137 turns sharply to the left here.
Continue along the N137, but now follow signs to Bordeaux.
After 10 miles, take the D250 (on your right - signposted Teuillac).
Drive through Teuillac and up a hill. Stop at the crossroads at the top.
Turn left onto the Chemin de Pueblanc (look out for the small sign on the corner).
Drive through woods and down a steep hill - you will see Vine House on your left.