Hotel Rollan de By - Aquitaine

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Upmarket B&B set in a working Bordeaux vineyard

Be bowled over by Bordeaux and the Médoc wine region with a stay at this charismatic 18th century B&B. Hotel Rollan de By boasts its own vineyard in the heart of France’s famous wine country.

Come Here For...
  • A wine lovers' boutique bolthole.
  • Vineyard tours on your doorstep.
  • The wine city of Bordeaux within striking distance.

Hit the spot
Close to the Gironde estuary in the heart of the Médoc region.

Amenities
There's a sunny terrace for anytime drinks – and of course the Domaine Rollan de By vineyard for some serious tasting.

Good to know
No teetotallers please! This is a place for wine lovers.

Essential info
Check in
14:00
Checkout
12:00 midday.
Minimum Stay
No
Closed
Rarely
Parking
There is free guest parking.
Airport
Bordeaux – 70km
Train
Lesparre-Medoc station – 7km
Pets
No.
Children
No – Rollan de By is strictly for grown ups.
Location
Route du Haut Condissas, Begadan, Aquitaine, 33340, France

Bedtime

Bedrooms
Six junior suites.

Special features.
Named after local wines, every room has a cool, contemporary feel with a modern four-poster bed, bathtub, twin basins, rain shower and WIFI.

Pillow Talk
Choose the Tour Seran room  for winter cosiness, or try sunny Merlot or Haut Condissas in summer.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Traditional French breakfasts are dished up in the tearoom (tisanerie), but you’ll need to head out for other meals. Be sure to sample some of Rollan de By’s own award-winning wines during your stay.

Breakfast
Served until 10:00.

Room service
Breakfast only.

Activities

See & Do
This region begs exploration, with pretty villages, olde worlde chateaus and ancient roman churches by the dozen. Plenty of vineyards in the Médoc region are open for tastings, and September sees plenty of grape harvest partying taking place.

Pine forests lead to long sandy beaches along the Atlantic seaboard, and there are lots of pretty fishing harbours to see along the Gironde estuary.

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