Stay In a Castle in French Wine Country For As Little As $184 a Night

Photo: Courtesy of Château de Léognan

There are no shortage of options for travelers looking to take a wine vacation. Napa Valley, Tuscany, Mendoza — the diversity of these far-flung wine-making locales is staggering. But when it comes to planning your dream wine getaway, you’d be hard-pressed to beat Bordeaux.

Despite its reputation as one of the world’s finest wine regions, Bordeaux is oft-overlooked by travelers in favor of Paris or Nice. But Bordeaux is becoming a must-visit destination in its own right. Between its creative fine dining scene, immersive museums and wide expanse of vineyards, the city has something to offer every type of traveler. And for the most diehard of wine tourists, Bordeaux offers a little something extra — the opportunity to stay in 17th to 19th-century French chateaux and vineyards.

When we say “chateau,” you may be picturing a quaint little countryside estate. Allow us to disabuse you of that notion, for these sumptuous chateaux are castles, former monasteries and/or estates of nobility. And for as little as $212 dollars a night, you could call one home.

Take a look at the beautiful Bordeaux lodgings below. But if you book, just don’t forget to have a glass for us.

Château de Léognan

Available from $212 per night.

Château Fombrauge

Available from $232 per night.

Château Grattequina

Available from $184 per night.

Chateau Prieuré Marquet

Available from $435 per night.

Château Le Pape

Available from $312 per night.

Story originally appeared on Travel + Leisure

Culinary News

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Next Post

Dining With Dead: This Restaurant in India built atop a cemetery has tables set up around coffins

Fri Oct 18 , 2019
Talk about a grave ambience. Diners at New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad, India, literally eat their meals at tables scattered among coffins. Owner Krishnan Kutti had bought land for his restaurant before realizing that it was a former cemetery. Undeterred, he decided to simply build his restaurant anyway, setting up tables […]
%d bloggers like this: