B&B near Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion in Gironde
How to get here?
- Taking the A10, from Paris, take the 1st exit immediately after the freeway "Virsac" toll booth, follow the signs for Libourne that takes you to Lugon by the D670. In Lugon-et-l'île du Carney, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards the town and then, at the church, follow the signs for Vérac (Château Tour de Bellegarde) for 1.5 km. The entrance to the Manoir d'Astrée is on the right, 30 m before reaching the sign "Vérac 2.5 km".
- From Bordeaux, take the A10 towards Paris and take exit 40-b. Take an immediate right at the roundabout, the D670 toward Libourne. In Lugon-et-l'île du Carney at the roundabout, take the third exit towards the town and at the church, turn left towards Vérac (Château Tour de Bellegarde) and follow this road for 1.5 km. The Manoir d'Astrée is on the right, 30 m before reaching the sign "Vérac 2.5 km".
- From Libourne, take the D670 for about 11 km toward Saint-André de Cubzac. In Lugon-and-l'île du Carney, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit towards the town then, at the church, follow signs towards Vérac (Château Tour de Bellegarde) for 1.5 km. The entrance to the Manoir d’Astrée is on the right, 30 m before reaching the sign "Vérac 2.5 km".
- From Lyon by the A89, take exit10 towards Saint-André de Cubzac, then follow the D18 towards GALGON, and then head toward VILLEGOUGE onthe D138. In Villegouge, turn right towards Vérac on D246 for 1.2 km. At the road cross, turn left and follow the direction of Lugon on the D138E4 until the "Lugon 2.5 km" sign. The Manoir d'Astrée is on your left.
Latitude : 44.969175 ; Longitude : -0.34351
The closest TGV SNCF train station is in Libourne, located about 13 km away.
The closest airport is in Bordeaux-Mérignac, 40 minutes away.
Saint-André de Cubzac
Stay in the heart of the largest and oldest vineyard of fine wines in the world, with 113,000 hectares, 2,000 years of history and 57 appellations. Travelling on the wine routes of the Bordeaux vineyards, you will discover confidential or famous wines, exceptional « crus », but also traces of a historical heritage and remarkable architecture.
Touristic sites listed as World Heritage by UNESCO
The Manoir d’Astrée is the ideal starting point for visiting tourist sites listed as World Heritage by UNESCO:
The Manoir d'Astrée is also at the crossroads of several hiking trails that wind through the surrounding vineyards. Equipped with a good pair of shoes, you will discover on the heights, magnificent views, especially of the nearby Dordogne.
- Bordeaux, city of art and history, with its many museums, historical sites and monuments, boutiques and gourmet shops.
- The « Citadelle de Blaye » in the midst of the « Verrou de l’Estuaire » that represents a facet of the work of Vauban.
- The medieval town of Saint-Emilion, with its historical monuments, caves, squares and winding streets.
- Visit vineyards on the wine routes and taste the wines in one of the 40 cooperative wineries.
- Walk in the footsteps of history to explore the many castles in the region.
- Organize a walking, cycling or horse stroll in the heart of the vineyards.
- Attend the re-enactment of the Battle of Castillon that ended the Hundred Years War.
- Visit the castle of Montaigne.
- Discover the Bordeaux vineyard
- Visit the vineyards and get together
- Discover Saint-Emilion
- Discover the « Bassin d'Arcachon » and the « dune du Pyla » (1h10 by car)
- Discover the « Landes Girondines »