Bordeaux, France

Discover Bordeaux with Inspirato at Maison de L’Amiral, a stately 18th-century villa. Sip and savor the region’s lauded wines while admiring a sunset from the home’s large terrace, which overlooks the Dordogne River. A self-contained apartment within the home adds another layer of guest privacy. It’s located steps from the shops and restaurants of the historic town of Castillon la Bataille in southwest France.

Enjoy a bit more seclusion when you stay at Maison Pierre, a grand French country estate nestled on eight-and-a-half acres. The historic main chateau comes with a separate guest cottage, saltwater pool, and private orangerie that’s been converted into a sunlit dining room.

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Centuries of French Wine Tradition

Known as one the world's premier wine regions, Bordeaux welcomes oenophiles and romantics alike. Glorious vineyards burst in the deep reds of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc just a short distance from your classic French villa near the town of Saint-Émilion. Bordeaux is a place to enjoy white linen table service, sip wine beside a private garden, spend a night at the classic theater, or wander around cobblestone streets and alleyways. Steeped in history, the Saint-Émilion area of this region is where the French themselves choose to vacation. Your vacation will be authentically French and uniquely Inspirato.

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  • City's nickname
    La perle d'Aquitaine (The Pearl of Aquitaine)

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity

  • Place de la Bourse

    Built over a span of 45 long years during the 18th century and facing the Garonne River, the Place de la Bourse is one of Bordeaux's most famous architectural landmarks and a must-see during your stay. These elegant structures were named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.

    Miroir des Quais. Avid photographers will love the mirage effect created by this water mirror, the largest in the whole world. The mist released from jets below the surface is a big hit with children during warmer months.

    Pey-Berland Tower. Admire the panoramic view of Bordeaux from this Gothic bell tower, slightly adjacent to the St. André Cathedral.

    Le Millesime. Nearby on Rue du Puits Descujols, visit Le Millesime for a glass or two of fine French wine and tapas. Live lounge music is featured on some evenings.

    Three Graces fountain. The centerpiece of the Place de la Bourse, this statue was designed by Louis Viconti and erected in 1869. It represents the three daughters of Zeus: Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia.

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Bordeaux Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Bordeaux Vacation

    The Bordeaux region sees all four seasons, and has reasonable rainfall, but the overall moderate climate make it perfect for growing grapes and enjoying the grapes' pleasures throughout the year. During the summer, the temperatures are the highest, with daytime highs in the 70s and the warmest months being July and August.


Map of Bordeaux, France

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