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The two windows in the large room feature beige moiré and blue-grey nuances. One window is east-facing and other, west-facing, offers an unforgettable view of vine-covered slopes. The admirable furniture and decoration, done by true craftsmen, are in the art deco style (small herb tea table, the gaming table, the music table, engravings, and statuette). This room has a large double bed.

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This room has a magnificent view over the vines and the beautiful château next door. Decorated in the Belle Epoque style, this reassuring, well-proportioned room has a large wardrobe with a full-length mirror and a large (160 x 200) old-fashioned bed. Yellow-orange oriental fabric and carpets emanate a cosy warmth.
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This room has a superb period fireplace carved with two bishop's mitres attesting to the former religious vocation of this site. The majestic old walnut wardrobes and the greenish-grey colour of the panelling are reminiscent of the "années folles" (the Jazz Ara). Other delicate details adorn this large, luminous room with two twin beds( 90 x 200 x 2).
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An ancient 7-metre exposed beam supports the joists in this room located in the former herb loft. Open to the west, the art nouveau room has a beautiful view of the hiking path that goes across the vineyards. This is a large, generous room with a big double bed (150 x 200).
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affords a birds-eye view of vine-covered small valleys, and meets the strict criteria of Maison de France and the Bordeaux Tourist Office.

Rooms have been approved by the Guide de Charme des Gîtes de France as part of a prestigious selection. hey are also listed as reliable accommodation in numerous guides (Michelin, Le Guide du Routard, Le Trotteur, Les Plus Belles Chambres d'Hôtes, AA, Alystair Sawdays, etc.) and have been cited in both the French and foreign press (France, Italy, Spain, Benelux, and Brazil).

All rooms have beautiful family-owned antique furniture and offer refined amenities :hair drier, refrigerator, herb tea set, glasses for enjoying great wine, novels, and magazines. Emphasis has been placed on comfort and elegance in an attractive, relaxed atmosphere.

Well-proportioned en-suite bathrooms feature large showers, attractive mosaics, and facilities made of fine porcelain with high quality fixtures.

In the interest of hygiene, smoking and pets are not allowed.