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  • I hope to be of help for travellers willing to know about Bordeaux  - UNESCO listed in 2007 and getting more and more agreable a city as time passes by - and its region. Terrasses and restaurants, in the old town, wine bars, luxury boutiques, and factory outlets... historic and monumental heritage. And around  : vineyards, pine tree forests and sand beaches...

    We run, with my husband a, real B and B - rooms at the inhabitant's house ( a 19th century "échoppe") in a tranquil area with free parking, close to the best Tramway line to discover the city.

    I was born there, and I 've been running this B and B for 3 years now : so there is plenty of experience we can share. Just ask and we will help you to organise your trip through Bordeaux.


    See you !



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