Holiday Apartments in Bordeaux
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What our Bordeaux guests say
We stayed for 4 wonderful days in Olivier and Valerie's apartment. We were met on arrival and given a tour of all the amenities. As we were travelling for 5 wee
Stayed 1—5 May 2015 in:
Bel Appartement T3 Bordelais, Pr...
We are party of 2 couples from Canada. Sylvia and Jef are both very nice, we were warm welcome by them. They cared us with the details, helpful. We were felt
On Kwok Roger
Stayed 10—13 May 2015 in:
Maison De Charme, Deux Chambres ...
The apartment was very nice, clean and well equipped, we had everything, what we need. Its location is near to centre, you can get there on foot. The owner is
Stayed 17—20 Apr 2015 in:
Le Petit Lisleferme
Accommodation in Bordeaux - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Bordeaux
When visiting the most famed wine region in France, an excellent alternative to hotels and guest houses are self-catering holiday villas and holiday apartments in Bordeaux. Whether travelling with groups of friends, as a family or with your loved one, renting holiday apartments in Bordeaux is by far the best option when it comes to what you get. You save money when you book holiday apartments in Bordeaux, and holiday cottages and apartments also give you added comfort and freedom. HouseTrip.com has many options for self-catering holiday apartments in Bordeaux. Have a look at our selections of holiday apartments in Bordeaux; in just a few clicks you can book your accommodation and start planning your holiday in France!
When to go to Bordeaux
Although most popular during the spring and summer months when temperatures hover around the low to mid-20s, holiday apartments in Bordeaux are excellent options all year round and are ideal for romantic city breaks or a fun trip with the entire family. The city does receive a fair amount of rain, but this only helps the vineyards to flourish, laying the groundwork for an unparalleled opportunity to taste excellent wines. With superb restaurants open 12 months a year, there is never a bad time to book holiday apartments in Bordeaux. Booking holiday apartments in Bordeaux in the off-season has the added benefit of finding even better deals on our bargain rates.
Getting to and around Bordeaux
Tourists who book holiday apartments in Bordeaux can fly directly into the city's international airport, which receives regular flights from across Europe. What's more, the city is one of the most important train hubs in France and is thus easy to get to and from various cities in France and surrounding European countries. Once you have dropped your luggage off at one of our holiday apartments in Bordeaux, the best way to get out and explore the city is on foot. If you book one of our holiday apartments in Bordeaux's outer districts, take advantage of the convenient public transport and go for a ride on an electric tram.
At the heart of France's wine region, Bordeaux offers an eclectic mix of tourist attractions. Known locally as the Sleeping Beauty, today Bordeaux is well and truly alive and flourishes in its idyllic setting on the banks of the River Garonne. In addition to its obvious appeal for wine tours, Bordeaux attracts visitors with its picturesque pedestrian boulevards that lead to a quaint city centre replete with Romanesque mansions and Gothic architecture. We offer holiday apartments in Bordeaux closer to the vineyards for connoisseurs who want to sample the local varieties and apartments closer to the centre for those who plan on focusing on other points of interest in Bordeaux. Holiday apartments in any part of the city are ideal starting points for your exploration of everything this beautiful city on the Garonne has to offer.Museums and culture
Bordeaux is home to several noteworthy museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, where you can see works by Sol LeWitt, whose work was associated with the founding of minimal and conceptual art. Museum lovers will also enjoy a trip to the Musée des Vins de Bordeaux to delve into the history of wine in the region and walk through one-of-a-kind vaulted cellars, and the Musée d'Aquitaine is home to a smorgasbord of archaeological and historical items with a focus on transport, business and farming.
Step out of any one of our holiday apartments in Bordeaux and your eyes will see architectural works of art. The Cathedral of Saint Andre, for example, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dates back to the 13th century and can be seen from all corners of the city-a pleasant sight out of the window of many of our holiday apartments in Bordeaux.An evening out in Bordeaux
A stay in one of our holiday apartments in Bordeaux would not be complete without taking in a ballet performance at the Grand Theatre or dining out at one of the many top-quality restaurants throughout the city. For night owls, staying in holiday apartments in Bordeaux means having the ability to thoroughly enjoy the wide range of bars and nightclubs along the streets of La Victoire and La Calle Ocho. Many of our holiday apartments in Bordeaux are conveniently located close to these areas. But no matter what part of town you prefer to look for holiday apartments in Bordeaux, rest assured that your accommodations will be the comfortable home away from home you deserve on your next holiday.
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