Luxury estate property for rent in France

Chateau Heart of Bordeaux

Ref. : F34433
Aquitaine and Basque Country (France)

16 persons - 8 rooms - 520 sqm
Rates: From €7670 to €13270

Distinctive features
  • Near Bordeaux
  • Style and sophistication
  • Hammam, sauna, gym
  • Large swimming pool (not heated)
  • Tennis court
  • Luxury property

Heart of Bordeaux is your very own rental castle that lies between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers close to Bordeaux. The surrounding region is known worldwide for its wine, but that’s not all it has to offer. Not far from the picturesque hillside vineyards, Bordeaux is a vibrant city with lots going on. Relax and enjoy the French art de vivre at your private chateau with prestigious facilities including a hammam, sauna, swimming pool, billiards, and a tennis court. This very special property blends the charm and elegance of a traditional castle with the luxury of modern comfort. Read More 

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29/06/202420/07/202412570 €
27/07/202403/08/202412570 €
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21/09/202428/09/202412570 €
09/11/202423/11/20247670 €
30/11/202404/01/20259070 €
04/01/202529/03/20258370 €
29/03/202526/04/202511170 €
26/04/202531/05/202511870 €
31/05/202530/08/202513270 €
30/08/202527/09/202511870 €
27/09/202501/11/202511170 €
01/11/202529/11/20258370 €
29/11/202527/12/20259070 €

Château Heart of Bordeaux - Luxury rental in the Aquitaine region 


Chateau Heart of Bordeaux is a beautiful Bordeaux home for rent in the Entre-deux-Mers region.

This luxury country rental is located at the gateway to Bordeaux, in the heart of some of the world's most famous vineyards.

With its grand, 19th century towers and stone walls bathed in the light and warmth of the sunny climate, it’s a castle that could be plucked straight from the pages of a fairytale.

The elegant ground floor spaces celebrate traditional bourgeois architecture. The finely chiselled fireplaces in the living room and the kitchen draw the eye and set a chateau-like tone. The decoration is delicate and carefully thought out, and features a stylish array of ceiling and wall lights, period armchairs, curtains, carpets and mirrors.

Another statement feature is the impressive spiral staircase at the entrance, which leads up to the sleeping quarters.

Romantics will love the tender, old-fashioned theme used across all three floors. The traditional French fabric Toile de Jouy is perfect in this setting, and each room is personalised with its own beautiful tapestries while the bathrooms have a retro chic feel to them. There is no compromising on comfort though, and one of the bathrooms has a whirlpool bath. Each room offers a fabulous view of the garden.

The recreation rooms are also on the upper floors, a billiards table and table football to keep guests young and old entertained.

The peace and serenity of the chateau extend outside into the grounds. There are around twenty hectares of lawn and woods which are ideal for a scenic stroll, and vineyards, as the property is also a wine estate. This beautiful setting makes an idyllic backdrop for enjoying the high-end leisure facilities on offer, including a swimming pool, tennis court, table tennis table. A gym with exercise bike and elliptical trainer is at your disposal. Whether you want your holiday to be about wine, workouts, or both, Chateau Heart of Bordeaux has exactly what you need...

There are a variety of grocery stores and restaurants in a one to five kilometres radius from the property.


This property near Bordeaux can comfortably accommodate up to four families with children, or five couples.


Castle with a pool to rent in south-west France:



Ground floor
- Entrance hall
- 35 m² living room with a fireplace
- 28 m² boudoir / library
- 30 m² dining room to seat up to 12 people
- 60 m² kitchen with a fireplace

First floor
- Suite 1 : 28 m² suite with a Queen-Size bed 1.6 m wide, dressing room, a first en-suite bathroom (20 m²) with a bathroom,  sauna and toilet, and a second 20m² bathroom.
- Suite 2 : 18 m² suite with a double bed 1.4 m wide and a 10 m² en-suite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo and toilet
- Suite 3 : 15 m² suite with a double bed (1.4 m wide) and a 10 m² en-suite bathroom shower/bathtub combo and toilet
- Suite 4 : 20 m² suite with a King-Size bed (1.8 m wide) and an old 7 m² bathroom

Second floor
- 25 m² TV lounge
- 41 m² billiard room
- Bedroom 5 : 17 m² room with two single beds (2 x 0.9 m wide) and a 9 m² en-suite bathroom with toilet
- Dormitory 6 : a 25 m² children's dormitory with 4 single beds (4 x 0.9 m wide) and a 9 m² en-suite bathroom

Third floor
- Bedroom 7: an extra room (13 m²) with a single bed and a shower cabin with toilet

- 20 hectares of park, garden, vineyards and forest
- 40 m² sport room with a shower and a sauna
- 18 x 9 m salt water swimming pool
- Tennis court


Rental castle in the Bordeaux wine region, things to see and do nearby:


The vineyards of Bordeaux

Naturally, top of the list is the Bordeaux vineyards. Wine tourism is becoming increasingly popular and something that France does better than most. The Bordeaux region is home to some of the most exceptional wines you could hope for. To pinpoint the area more precisely, the local appellation here is Entre-Deux-Mers – which literally means between two rivers, namely the Dordogne and the Garonne. It is also the largest AOC wine area in France. The variety of the relief, soils and exposure is very favourable to wine growing. The Entre-Deux-Mers region produces sweet dry white wines made from Sauvignon and Semillon grapes and red wines made from Merlot. Entre-Deux-Mers is an appellation in itself and includes the AOC Fronsac in particular. The other appellations are Premières Côtes de Bordeaux, Cadillac, Loupiac, Sainte-Croix-du-Mont, Sainte-Foy-Bordeaux and also Bordeaux-Haut-Benauge, most of which are labelled AOC Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur. If you need to brush up on your oenology knowledge, then you’re in exactly the right place to learn everything you need to know about wine lingo, production, and of course, tasting.


Holiday villages

As well as visiting the many local wine estates and châteaux, there are a whole host of charming villages you won’t want to miss. Saint-Emilion is one of them and is internationally renowned for its medieval city, monolithic church and bell tower, Cordeliers' cloister, the Tour du Roy, catacombs and underground passages and its collegiate church. Saint-Emilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its unique and historic wine-growing landscapes, and the region produces 12 appellations, including Saint-Emilion and Saint-Emilion Grand Cru.

Bourg is a pleasant and picturesque little town perched on the banks of the Dordogne. Fortified by the English, it is divided into an upper and a lower town. The Côtes de Bourg wines that are made here enjoy a global reputation.

There are too many delightful villages to list here, but head to the local tourist office to find out more and plan your itinerary.


The city of Bordeaux

The city of Bordeaux is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a City of Art and History. It has around 350 listed buildings. Follow the route that covers half of the city and takes you to the Grand Théâtre, the Place de la Bourse, Porte Cailhau, the big bell, Tour Pey-Berland and the Palais Rohan. Place de la Bourse has the largest water mirror in the world that creates a stunning optic.


The Cité du vin

The Cité du Vin is also a must-see during a wine tour in the Bordeaux region.
Inaugurated in 2016, it is a new emblematic monument of Bordeaux and its region. Its eye-catching round building portrays wine being swilled in a glass. Visit the permanent museum and temporary exhibitions inside to learn about the world of wine. Wine lovers and connoisseurs of all levels will enjoy the tastings, workshops, conferences, restaurants and shops.


Outdoor activities

Why not taking a trip out to the Atlantic Ocean to visit Arcachon Bay and Cap-Ferret? Or, still for an inland escapade, head to the Dordogne or Périgord side to explore yet more vineyards and some of the 1,000 castles in the region.

For sport lovers, golf, horseriding, canoeing on the Garonne or the Dordogne are all available. Bordeaux-Cameyrac golf course is easy to get to from the property.



Getting to your holiday château near Bordeaux:

Bordeaux-Mérignac airport : 40 km
Bordeaux train station: 20 km
Libourne train station:  25 km


Location of the rental Chateau Heart of Bordeaux (Aquitaine and Basque Country)

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