Madalyn House

Bordeaux, France

Details Rates
Bedrooms: 6
Sleeps: 12
Full Baths: 5
1/2 Baths: 1
$1,980 - $2,874/night
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DETAILS & AMENITIES

Nestled amidst the renowned vineyards of the Bordeaux region in Southwest France lies Madalyn House, a charming retreat steeped in history. Originally a winery dating back to the 18th century, this splendid abode, once known as La Madeleine, boasts a captivating exterior adorned with pale bricks, tall windows, and light grey shutters. As you approach the house, enveloped by emerald vineyards and sprawling countryside, you’ll feel transported to a world of tranquility.

Following a comprehensive renovation, Madalyn House now accommodates up to 12 guests across the main house and a cozy apartment. Retaining its traditional charm while integrating modern comforts, the interiors blend comfort with antique elegance. Step inside to find a welcoming reception area leading to a sunlit breakfast room, where tall windows bathe the space in morning light, offering the perfect setting for a continental breakfast just steps away from your room. Adjacent to the reception area is a luxurious lounge adorned with plush deep blue velvet sofas, crystal lamps, ornate mirrors, and antique embellishments, providing an ideal space for planning your day’s adventures.

The main house comprises four bedrooms, each featuring either a super king, king, or twin bed to accommodate various preferences. Every bedroom boasts an ensuite bathroom equipped with walk-in showers and separate baths, adorned with modern amenities and homely touches like towel rails, candles, toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. The unique sinks in each ensuite range from tall stone sinks to round bucket-shaped ones. Some bedrooms offer additional seating by the windows, providing extra space to unwind and enjoy the views. Nespresso coffee machines in every room ensure a fresh brew while watching the sunrise from the comfort of your bed.

Outside, a private garden envelops the house, featuring a lengthy pool offering respite from the summer heat. Bask in the sun on loungers with parasols, or relax in the shaded outdoor seating area adorned with soft cushions, perfect for peaceful moments together.

Venture into the surrounding area to discover unique attractions such as St. Emilion, a picturesque medieval village steeped in two thousand years of history, showcased through its stunning medieval architecture and monuments. The knowledgeable hosts of Madalyn House are on hand to curate memorable experiences, from organizing day trips to recommending must-visit destinations, ensuring a fantastic holiday experience.

Features:

Interior grounds

Ground floor:

Breakfast room
Living room with double sofa bed
Kitchen
Double bedroom with King-size bed and en-suite bathroom
First floor:

Double bedroom with King-size bed and en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom with King-size bed, sofa, and en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom with King-size bed, convertible sofa bed for a third person, and en-suite bathroom with shower and bath
Apartment:

Ground floor:

Living room
Equipped kitchen
First floor:

Double bedroom
Bathroom with shower and bath
Second floor:

Double bedroom with sloping ceilings
Facilities:

Convertible sofa bed
Desk
Bathroom amenities
Nespresso coffee machine
Iron and ironing board (on request)
Flat-screen TV
Wifi
Air-conditioning
Bathrobe and slippers
Toiletries
Fully-equipped kitchen
Washing machine
Dishwasher
Books
Outside grounds:

Swimming pool (can be closed with a child-safe cover)
Outdoor lounge area
Private garden
Location:

Madalyn House is situated in the Bordeaux region of Southwest France, surrounded by historic villages, monuments, and renowned vineyards. Your hosts are committed to ensuring your stay is memorable, offering assistance with organizing vineyard tours, restaurant reservations, picnics at local vineyards, and tastings of regional produce and wines.

Just a ten-minute walk from the house lies St. Emilion, a medieval gem nestled in the heart of the Bordeaux wine region. Surrounded by vineyards, St. Emilion boasts two millennia of history reflected in its charming medieval architecture and landmarks. Golden brick facades glisten in the sunlight as you wander through the village, exploring historic vineyards, cafes, and boutiques.

The meandering Dordogne River offers a unique perspective of the French landscape, recognized by UNESCO in 2012 as a World Network of Biosphere Reserves. Embark on a leisurely kayaking tour down the river, passing through deep gorges, medieval villages, and pristine natural habitats. Take a refreshing swim from the riverbank, reveling in the crystal-clear waters of Europe’s cleanest river.

Explore Libourne, a picturesque harbor town situated at the confluence of the Dordogne and Isle rivers. Once a bustling trading port, Libourne now beckons with its architectural splendor and cobbled streets. Don’t miss the bustling farmers’ market at Place Abel Surchamp, offering an array of seasonal delights and regional specialties, including French nougat and Brebis cheese.

For a rejuvenating seaside escape, head to the magnificent Aquitaine coastline, boasting the longest sandy coastline in Europe spanning 230 kilometers. Dive into the Bay of Biscay’s azure waters, basking in the warmth of the sun’s rays.

Features & Amenities

Technology

  • Internet Access
  • Satellite/Cable TV

Comfort

  • Air Conditioning
  • Central Heating
  • Safe

Amenities

  • Washing Machine
  • Pool Safety Fence
  • Golf Course
  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Private Pool
  • Terrace

Kitchen

  • Dishwasher

Bed & Bath

  • Hair Dryer

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Bedroom #4


Bedroom #5


Bedroom #6


$1,980 - $2,874/night

Concierge Service Is Included With All Rentals

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