Ecolodge des Chartrons
Address23 rue Raze BordeauxSee nearby area
- 05 56 81 49 13
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Lonely Planet review
Hidden away in a little side street off the quays in Bordeaux's Chartrons wine merchant district, this chambre d'hôte is blazing a trail for ecofriendly sleeping in the city. Owner-hosts Veronique and Yann have added a solar-powered hot-water system, energy-efficient gas heating and hemp-based soundproofing, while preserving the 'soul' of this old wine merchant's house. They've stripped back and limewashed the stone walls, scrubbed the wide floorboards and recycled antique furniture. Each of the five guest rooms has a bathroom built from natural materials such as basalt. You can curl up with a book in the lounge, access the island kitchen, and start the day with an organic breakfast, served at a long timber table.
Our independent authors have visited Ecolodge des Chartrons and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Bordeaux.
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