Notre appartement nouvellement rénové est au dessus d'un bâtiment de XVIIIème siècle, au centre de Bordeaux, énuméré patrimoine mondial. Il y a une vue spectaculaire de la terrasse, donnant sur le fleuve, Porte de Bourgogne et Ponte de Pierre. En plus du bel escalier en spirale, il y a également un ascenseur. Le logement est pour 2-4 personnes, avec 2 chambres à coucher (chacune avec 2 lits simples qui peuvent être transformés en 1 double). Toile et nettoyage sont inclus dans le coût. Il y a une cuisine entièrement équipée et une salle de bains avec toilette séparé. C'est seulement à 100 mètres des meilleurs marchés de légume et d'antiquité de week-end de la région, et une promenade courte de la Rue commerçante Catherine. Les taxis peuvent s'arrêter en dehors de la porte et l'arrêt de tram est juste à 50 mètres, il y a également une station de stationnement tout près. Notre concierge vous rencontrera et est disponible pour vous aider pendant votre séjour.
- Appartement60 m²
- Salle(s) de bain1
- Toilettes séparées1
- Séjour minimum5 Nuitées
Chambre à coucher 2 avec la cuisine, la terrasse et l'ascenseur.
- anglais, français
- Dernière mise à jour du calendrier :
- 18 oct. 2018
Salle(s) de bain
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Equipements de loisirs
Sports & Loisirs à proximité;
Les réservations annulées au moins 30 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100%. Les réservations annulées au moins 14 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 50%.
The perfect pied a terre in Bordeaux
It is difficult not to fall into a trap of using too many superlatives when describing the Bordeaux Terrace and so losing the impact that any review of this Bordeaux apartment merits.
The location is ideal for anyone visiting Bordeaux -- right next to the old town with all its little cobblestoned streets, its sights, vast choice of shops and restaurants, conveniently next to the main tram line, right on the river bank overlooking one of the most beautiful bridges in France -- the Pont St Pierre, and with something very special for Bordeaux -- a terrace on the top floor of the building overlooking the Gironde River.
The apartment is tastefully but simply furnished and equipped with everything a visitor needs to feel completely at home.
Bordeaux is a National Heritage Site and a must-see on a visit to France, and the Bordeaux Terrace apartment is the only possible place to stay!
the apartment was close to everything we needed - transportation, restaurants, shopping. easy access to major culture/arts venues. private, quiet, clean. would gladly stay here again.
Pleasant apartment in an ideal location.
We had a very nice week in the Bordeaux Terrace from which we enjoyed exploring the many facets of the city. We were welcomed by Charlotte who showed us round the apartment and gave us some helpful advice about the area. The accommodation is nicely furnished and well-equipped and has a spectacular view of the arch at the Porte de Bourgogne and the Pont de Pierre. Sadly, the weather was not good enough for us to enjoy the roof terrace (it was middle March) but we could appreciate that this would be a great asset in the summer months. Fortunately for us oldies, the building has a lift (albeit a small one) as it is a long haul up the stairs to the apartment. Younger and fitter people would probably enjoy the exercise! The tram stop is just a short distance away and, once we'd worked out the system, we were able to travel comfortably and cheaply to various parts of the city. There are bars and restaurants aplenty, some nearby, others a short walk or tramride away. Our departure was overseen by Fleur and was easy and uncomplicated. It was an altogether enjoyable week.
Great place to stay
We really enjoyed our stay at this apartment. It's always fun to see the quirks in such old buildings. The patio was great, the place was clean & had everything we needed and Charlotte was very helpful. We appreciated being able to do laundry (drying rack & soap provided). The location was very convenient to the parking and tram (note: kiosk doesn't accept US chip & sign credit cards). The neighborhood is a little more ethnically diverse than some areas in Bordeaux but we enjoyed that as well. Would stay here again.
Great location and views
We had a wonderful time in Bordeaux. The tram system is so well laid out we used it several times. Being so close to the river was fun. There are many small shops for meat, produce and bakeries. There are restaurants everywhere to enjoy and the kitchen in the apartment is very well equipped. The size of the bedrooms were good. Although a little odd the WC was in the entry and the shower and sink were next to the bedrooms. I suppose if there was more than just a couple like we were it would make it easier to have just one bathroom. The apartment is on a top floor but the elevator makes that not an issue.
We loved it and our hosts were great. The owner Suzanna was very responsive and Charlotte the property manager was great. We only had a question or two after settling in and Charlotte was awesome. She also arranged for a taxi to take us to the train station when left. Thank you! We really had a great stay.
We couldn't have been happier with the location. Right In the heart of the old town and minutes away from the centre, the quayside promenade and the bustling St Michel square. Full of colour and life the sqaure offers one of the best boulangeries in Bordeaux along with cafes,salons du the and restaurants. The best of which is the Brasserie next to a very quirky antique store full of tempting goodies if you have the room to take them home. Only a few minutes walk is the Marche Capucins which overflows with great butchers, bakers, small restaurants and fruiterers - open everyday except Monday. The local sqaure also houses a market each day, sometimes, a flea market, other times second hand clothes and a food market each Saturday. The apartment was well equiped with pots, pans and serving dishes to avail anyone who likes to cook up a storm. The terrace is a total bonus, overlooking the Large a port de Borgoyne which leads onto the bridge taking one to the other side of the Garonne river.
Bordeaux centre is elegant, full of good shopping and restaurants. A must to buy is Le weekend Bordeaux by Anne who has a terrific food, wine and travel blog, papilles et pupilles - worth seeking out and full of great addresses for the best ice cream shops, patisseries, spice shops et el. Written in French it is easy to navigate if you understand a little French.
Would I stay at Bordeaux Terrace again? - absolutely. It's a quiet haven in a very buzzy and Bobo part of the city. Bonus is the lift up to the top floor of this ancient building or beautiful winding stairs for the young and fit. A perfect rental in a perfect city.
Thank you so much for your excellent and comprehensive summary of what Bordeaux Terrace and the surrounding area has to offer. St Michel is one of the most fascinating, colourful areas of the city, and your review captured it perfectly!
Notre appartement de Bordeaux est une base idéale pour la visite touristique. Toutes proches sont les cathédrales gothiques, les merveilleux marchés, plus Rue Catherine, la plus longue rue piétonne d'achats en Europe, les excellents restaurants et la vie nocturne. Il y a également des musées, des galeries d'art et des magasins antiques. Pas très loin vous pouvez voir des châteaux, de jolis villages, d'importantes destinations touristiques : vin avec les célèbres vignes comme St Emilion, et tout près de belles plages comme Cap Ferret.
Informations supplémentaires sur les tarifs de location
The amounts shown are for 1-4 people. Rates include utilities, bed linen, towels, Wi-Fi access, Cable TV, free phone calls to landlines in the UK, Europe and US and cell phones in France and the UK. There is a 200 Euro security deposit payable in cash on arrival, refundable on departure.