Your direct link to the winemaker

 

SIP - Small Independent Producers

Where to Stay

The region of Bordeaux is a wonderful destination for those that love good food and good wine. In addition the Atlantic coast with its hundreds of miles of white sands is only an hour’s drive away including the famous Dune de Pyla.

The city of Bordeaux (an UNESCO heritage site since 2007) is worth a few days of your time with its wide streets lined with cafés and restaurants, and packed full of history. The medieval town of St Emilion is also a must with its cobble-stoned streets and ambience. Throughout the year there are wine events throughout the region (for updates see my SIP Wine Blog www.nicollecroft.wordpress.com).

Where to Stay Bordeaux makes an excellent base for wine tour holidays as it lies between the right (St Emilion, Pomerol) and left banks (Medoc, Graves). It has cosy ‘chambre d’hôtes’ to grand 5 star hotels so you can suit your pocket and style. Here is the link to the excellent tourist office accommodation booking service www.bordeaux-tourisme.com

Otherwise there are many options of staying in the vineyards. For a list of my personal favorites, as Bordeaux Wine Guide, see my Partner’s page.

Getting Around
I am very happy to offer any advice on accommodation and hiring of vehicles, but am not a travel agent and can only help you with my services as your wine guide.

 

quote

“Nicolle is fabulous. She explains the wines and area very well”
Vicki E.
Bordeaux SIP Private Wine Tours
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
5.0 of 5 stars
Based on 14 traveller reviews
© 2014 TripAdvisor LLC

 

 



blog web stats
Mini TweetsMini Tweets