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It’s certainly an improvement on the theme of the hotel-as-farmhouse — not that we’ve anything against farmhouses, but if that’s what you’re after you know where to look. Here you’ll find this improbably jaunty exterior, and hidden within, an interior that’s yet another surprise: in this idyllic natural setting, within this singularly strange building, you’d never expect to find such urbane, stylish interiors.
Industrial spaces, of course, translate well into modern hotels, as they provide plenty of space, plenty of blank canvas to work with. The result is that these twelve bedrooms feel contemporary, as though they were consciously created rather than just shoehorned into an inherited floor plan.
The restaurant, as is the case in a fair number of small French hotels, has a reputation of its own, quite apart from its affiliation with the hotel — in fact there are no doubt some foodies out there who think of the Ville d’Hiver as a restaurant, with some more-than-incidental rooms around the back, rather than the other way around, as a fine hotel which happens to have an equally fine restaurant. They’re both right.
How to get there:
Hôtel Ville d'Hiver is approximately a 50 minute drive from Bordeaux Airport.
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Amenities & Services
- Free wi-fi
- Free parking
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Air conditioning
- Pet Friendly
- EV Charging Station
- Swimming pool
Need to Know
- WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
- Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not possible).
- Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
- Children of any age are allowed.
- Children up to and including 0 years old stay for free when using an existing bed.
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