We're daydreaming again :) This time we're off to the city of Bordeaux and the surrounding Aquitane countryside, via more wonderful homes on AirBnB. World famous for fabulous wine, the Bordeaux region is also the source of Lillet—which we blogged about earlier—and it lays claim to none other than the macaron. The Ursuline Convent in Saint-Emilion is said to be the birthplace of our favourite confection! We'll tell you more about that in a future post, but for now, enjoy picturing yourself and your loved ones in these incredible places in and around Bordeaux. From a tree house overlooking vineyards, to a renovated water mill, we had a *really* hard time choosing only one image for each. It's definitely worth looking through the full listings!
Homes in Bordeaux
"Outstanding, in the heart of Bordeaux, world heritage of UNESCO, my home is a 100m² apartment with 200m² of beautiful garden combining charm, beauty and calm."
"In the evening, find your wine bar for a drink unless you opt for a private terrace sheltered from the nighthustle of rue des Bahutiers, from which the view will delight you."
"This flat with characteristic white stone is great for a journey in Bordeaux for 1 or 2. It is in the city center between Victoire square and Capucins market. The street is quiet, the neighborhood is full of life, now you have to come to discover it!"
And beyond Bordeaux!
"Two superb huts on stilts equipped for comfort, perched at 4 and 5 meters high to the treetops, offering a panoramic view of the vineyards of the great Saint-Emilion and its forest."
"This delightful mill has been beautifully restored and sits on a small island in the river Drop on the south western borders of the Dordogne region. A secluded, peaceful, romantic situation with stunning views of the river."
"Haven of peace and authenticity for this property 430m ² on 8000m park in a quiet village with shops, right bank of Bordeaux with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 110 m² reception, swimming pool, pool house with fireplace, summer kitchen. Former cloister: seventeenth and nineteenth century."
"Many walks and visits available to you. Heritage lovers, why not start with Church of Saint Germain River or the wonderful Chateau River nearby? For hikers, many paths through the vineyards of Fronsac will delight you."