Château La Corne is a small wine producing property 50 km south of Bordeaux. It is situated on top of a hill with an amazing view over the surrounding rolling hills and valleys, vineyards, charming villages and church steeples. It is a very peaceful and quiet place.
The apartment has its own entrance. It is next to the owner's house. In it, you will find a big bedroom with a king size bed, a large living room with a very comfortable two persons pull out sofa, a rustic kitchen with an eating area and your own private bathroom.A folding cot is available.
From the apartment, there is access to a lovely terrace with a barbecue.
As guests, it is possible to participate in the daily wine related activities, depending on the time of the year. Full description on our website: (Website hidden by Airbnb)
There are many things to see in the area: local markets, small picturesque medieval villages and castles. Worth mentioning is the town of Saint Emilion and the coastal town of Arcachon on the Atlantic ,where you can experience the beautiful beaches, the seafood restaurants and the oyster bars. Bordeaux is not only worldwide famous for its wines. Recently part of the Unesco World Heritage, it is a breathtaking city, one of the oldest in France, situated on the banks of the river Garonne. Bordeaux has it all: museums, splendid gothic cathedrals and 18th century buildings, numerous old cobbled streets, cafés, restaurants and shopping in the longest pedestrian street in Europe...
Around La Corne there are many beautiful hiking and biking trails through the vineyards, on the small roads,or along the river Garonne. You can see places such as Château Malromé, where the famous artist Toulouse Lautrec spent his last days and the pilgrimage village of Verdelais, where he is buried or the medieval village of Saint Macaire.
Château La Corne is situated 5 mn away by car from the nearest train station, 10mn from local amenities, 10 mn from the A62 highway, 45 mn from Bordeaux international airport and 1h15 from Bergerac airport, 1h30 from the Atlantic ocean, 2 h. from the Pyrenees and 2h30 from San Sebastian, Spain.