Chateau Grand Cru

Bordeaux, France

Details Rates
Bedrooms: 5
Sleeps: 10
Full Baths: 5
1/2 Baths: 1
$1,960 - $1,964/night


Nestled amidst its own vineyard, Château Grand Cru stands as a remarkable haven, meticulously restored to welcome wine enthusiasts and admirers of French elegance. Situated near Saint-Émilion, this quintessential Maison Girondine is a year-round retreat, offering a delightful spectacle from the wisteria-clad facade in spring to the golden-hued vineyards in autumn. Surrounded by organic, bio-dynamic vineyards, guests can immerse themselves in the enchanting atmosphere, witnessing the meticulous care bestowed upon the vines as they prepare for the bountiful harvest.

The interiors of Château Grand Cru exude opulence, boasting refined furnishings complemented by contemporary elements. The sumptuous living space, adorned with plush sofas and an elegant billiard table, seamlessly extends to the pool terrace. A sleek, modern kitchen equipped with high-end appliances beckons culinary adventures, whether indoors under the sparkling chandeliers or al fresco on the shaded terrace. Upstairs, five air-conditioned bedrooms offer a haven of tranquility, adorned with luxurious fabrics and featuring stylish shower or bathrooms, including a magnificent claw-foot bath in one of the double bedrooms.

The inviting heated swimming pool invites guests to bask in leisurely summer days, surrounded by acres of verdant vineyards. Poolside relaxation sets the stage for delightful barbecue gatherings, savored alongside the château’s exquisite wines, culminating in a memorable day in this idyllic setting.

Enhance your stay with daily breakfasts or the services of a private chef, allowing you to fully savor the serene ambiance. The owner can arrange tours of neighboring estates or chauffeured excursions to renowned wine châteaux, enriching your experience of this prestigious region, now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The charming village of Saint-Émilion lies just 3km away, inviting exploration of its captivating architecture and rich history dating back to prehistoric times. Wander its cobblestone streets, uncover hidden Romanesque churches and subterranean catacombs, and indulge in delectable cuisine at fine restaurants.

Venture further afield to enjoy canoeing along the nearby Dordogne River, cycling or horseback riding through picturesque landscapes, or discovering quaint villages such as Castillon-la-Bataille, Montcaret, and Eynesse. Bordeaux, a mere 45km away, offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and culinary delights, while the pristine Atlantic coast beckons with its sandy beaches and the majestic Dune du Pyla.

Château Grand Cru offers an unparalleled setting for exploring the enchanting region or simply unwinding in sublime surroundings at this impeccably restored gem.


Château Interiors

Garden Level (split-level)

Lounge and dining room (100m2) with fireplace, French billiard table, and wine cellar
Fully-equipped kitchen with upmarket appliances

Bedroom (37m2) with air-conditioning and en suite shower room
Bedroom (40m2) with air-conditioning and en suite shower room
Bedroom (23m2) with air-conditioning and en suite shower room
Bedroom (21m2) with air-conditioning and en suite shower room
Bedroom (32m2) with air-conditioning and en suite bathroom
Outside Grounds

Heated swimming pool (10mx5) with motorized shutter (open approx. May to October)
Poolside deckchairs (x6)
Al-fresco dining terrace for up to 10 guests
Open bio-dynamic vineyards surrounding the villa (a working vineyard)

Air-conditioning (in first-floor bedrooms)
Bluetooth speaker
French billiard table
Hairdryers in rooms
Washing machine

Château Grand Cru is ideally situated amidst vineyards, just 3km from the picturesque wine village of Saint-Émilion. As part of a working bio-dynamic vineyard, guests can witness vineyard activities, from tending to the vines to grape processing, especially during the busy season from June to September. The owners offer tours and wine tastings at their châteaux and vineyards, providing a deeper appreciation of the region’s winemaking heritage.

The enchanting village of Saint-Émilion, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a short five-minute drive away. Steeped in history dating back to prehistoric times, the village boasts Romanesque churches, underground catacombs, and charming squares, amidst renowned vineyards renowned for exceptional wines.

Numerous activities abound in the vicinity, including bike rentals, Tuk-Tuk wine tours, hot air balloon rides, and canoeing along the Dordogne River. Picturesque villages such as Castillon-la-Bataille, Montcaret, and Eynesse offer delightful excursions, while the vibrant city of Bordeaux beckons with its cultural richness and gastronomic delights.

Features & Amenities

Proximity & Views

  • Landmark View


  • Internet Access


  • Central Heating
  • Air Conditioning


  • Heated Pool
  • Grill
  • Washing Machine
  • Children's Play Area
  • Parking
  • Terrace
  • Private Pool
  • Garden
  • Pool Safety Fence
  • Golf Course


  • Dishwasher

Bed & Bath

  • Hair Dryer

Bedroom #1

Bedroom #2

Bedroom #3

Bedroom #4

Bedroom #5

$1,960 - $1,964/night

Concierge Service Is Included With All Rentals


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