Accommodation in Bordeaux


Close to the cathedral, rue Poquelin Molière lies within the perimeter of the former Roman Castrum. The 18th century was Bordeaux golden age. At that time, the city grew fast in wealth, got modernized and experienced an intense housing speculation. Private mansions built for the nobility replaced Middle Age buildings and convents. Of this period, the Dupaty mansion retains its classical facade and its main courtyard closed by a monumental gate and two separate guard houses. Two side wings were subsequently added to the original structure in the 19th century .

The flat is located on the upper two floors of one of these wings, with views on both sides. Flooded with light and very peaceful, it can be accessed up a beautiful stone staircase.

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Completely refurbished in 2010, it combines modern amenities with enhanced original features and refined character. The living room benefits from vaulted high ceilings and tall windows which are as well replicated in the study. An internal stone staircase leads to the bedrooms. The ensuite master bedroom is spacious and has a high quality actual queen size bed. The small second bedroom is furnished with a 54" antic bed. The bathroom comes with both a bath and a separate shower and has two entries. A sliding door can segregate the bath area from the shower and therefore turn this bathroom into two.

The flat is furnished with antics and upscale equipment, allowing you to enjoy modern comfort while taking full advantage of the “Old World” charm.

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