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Constance Neau
2 Chemin de Bon Ange


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Experience the enchanting cabins nestled amidst the picturesque Bordeaux vineyards. Overlooking the surrounding valleys, Romaningue invites you to immerse yourself in a natural and unspoiled environment. These elevated cabins are strategically situated within the heart of the property, either in the lush woods or overlooking the vineyards. For centuries, the wine and agricultural production have sustained the livelihood of this area, which is home to the Templar Commandery and spans across 80 hectares of land.

Indulge in stargazing and immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding nature from the comfort of our transparent bubbles. We offer three bubbles, known as "bubblesuites," giving you the opportunity to experience this unique accommodation.

Our tree houses, accessible through various means such as stairs, monkey bridges, ziplines, and scales, provide breathtaking views of the natural surroundings. These tree houses can comfortably accommodate 2 to 6 people, and from their terraces, you can admire stunning sunsets and the golden hues of the sun. Perhaps you might catch a glimpse of a passing deer in the nearby grove?

Our charming trailers, crafted with love by skilled Romanian artisans, await you for a truly exotic experience. Nestled in a cozy spot, you can find tranquility and meditate in a regal calm.

Each of our accommodations is thoughtfully designed to provide utmost privacy, ensuring that guests can enjoy a truly intimate experience.


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  • Bordeaux - Located approximately 10 kilometers southwest of Pompignac, Bordeaux is a vibrant city known for its stunning architecture, historic sites, and renowned vineyards. Explore the UNESCO-listed city center, visit the Cité du Vin wine museum, and stroll along the Garonne River.
  • Saint-Émilion - Situated about 30 kilometers northeast of Pompignac, Saint-Émilion is a charming medieval village famous for its vineyards and wine production. Discover the picturesque streets lined with ancient buildings, visit the Monolithic Church, and indulge in wine tasting at local wineries.
  • Château de la Brède - Located approximately 20 kilometers southeast of Pompignac, Château de la Brède is an elegant castle with a rich history dating back to the 13th century. Take a guided tour to explore the castle's impressive architecture, beautiful gardens, and learn about its association with philosopher Montesquieu.
  • Dune of Pilat - Situated around 60 kilometers southwest of Pompignac, the Dune of Pilat is the tallest sand dune in Europe and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Arcachon Bay, and the surrounding pine forests. Climb to the top, take a leisurely walk along the sandy beach, or try paragliding for a thrilling experience.
  • La Cité du Vin - Located in Bordeaux, La Cité du Vin is a unique museum dedicated to the history and culture of wine. Engage in interactive exhibits, enjoy wine tastings from around the world, and learn about the different aspects of winemaking through multimedia presentations.
  • Château de Vayres - Situated approximately 15 kilometers northwest of Pompignac, Château de Vayres is a magnificent castle surrounded by beautiful gardens and a moat. Take a guided tour to explore the castle's interior, stroll through the landscaped gardens, and enjoy various cultural events that often take place on its grounds.
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  • Château de Cadillac - Situated around 40 kilometers southeast of Pompignac, Château de Cadillac is an impressive fortress-turned-castle that dates back to the 13th century. Explore the castle's historical rooms, admire the panoramic views from its towers, and learn about its role in French history.
  • Musée d'Aquitaine - Located in Bordeaux, the Musée d'Aquitaine is a fascinating museum that showcases the history and heritage of the Aquitaine region. Discover archaeological artifacts, historical objects, and exhibitions that cover topics such as prehistory, Gallo-Roman culture, and the slave trade. 10. Château de La Rivière - Situated approximately 30 kilometers northeast of Pompignac, Château de La Rivière is a renowned winery and castle. Take a tour of the vineyards, enjoy wine tastings, and explore the underground cellars that hold over a million bottles of aging wine.

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