Château de Mirambeau opens it's doors 4th April

Château de Mirambeau opens it's doors 4th April


Château de Mirambeau, Bordeaux is ready for season 2019

Château de Mirambeau was built on the site of an old medieval fortress. From the 11th Century onwards it was attacked many times, passing regularly back and forth between French and English hands. It finally became a French possession in the 15th Century. Badly damaged after several sieges, destructions and fires, that is around 1570 that the present neo-Gothic north wing was built. The Castle was purchased by a family from Lorraine in the beginning of the 18th Century before finally becoming state-owned after the 1789 Revolution. In 1813 the domain was sold to Count Charles Nicolas Duchâtel who completely rebuilt the Castle. In 2002 the Castle was totally renovated and refurbished with the best of care and attention to convert it into one of the most marvelous French Relais & Chateaux

New for 2019 A new poolside bar, a new Natural Spa, Stunning new dishes on the menu incoprating prodice from the chateaus very own garden.  For the first time there are electric bikes available to explore.

The Château de Mirambeau features 40 elegant rooms and suites each individually designed with antique furniture, silk curtains, comfortable beds and great marble bathrooms.

The spa offers a peaceful space and a comprehensive menu of body treatments.  The adjacent pool and Japanese garden is a calm environment for relaxation and meditation.

For your next trip to Bordeaux is there anywhere else you'd rather stay?

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