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Mme Cormier
Les Denias
Saint Paul


1 reviews

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price from €70





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We have accessible rooms / studios measuring 35m² that are suitable for disabled individuals. These rooms are equipped with a kitchenette and can comfortably accommodate two couples. Each room has a private bathroom and offers internet access via WIFI.
In the AFRICA room, you will find two single beds, a private bath, a fridge, a kettle, and coffee making facilities. Additionally, WIFI internet is available for your convenience.
The EUROPE room features a spacious double bed, a private bathroom, a fridge, and coffee making facilities.
Lastly, the GIRONDINE room offers a large double bed, a private bath, a fridge, a kettle, and tea and coffee making facilities.


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Les Denias ou les Vignes
Review by: LEGEAY Guy, Oct 13 2013 11:54AM
Un hébergement de qualité, au milieu des vignes avec des chambres qui soutiennent la comparaison avec de nombreux hôtels. Des hôtes charmants ayant beaucoup voyagé Outre-Mer et en Asie, qui témoignennt d'une grande culture, pourvu que l'on sache les solliciter. En résumé, tout est parfait et je n'hésiterai pas à solliciter de nouveau cet hégergement.

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Our location is 5mm away from the center of Blaye City on Road n° D 22. Follow our signboard. If you are coming from Bordeaux or Royan on D137, at the crossing road named La Pistolette, turn towards St. Christoly de Blaye and then follow our signboard.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 70 70 20
(3 pers.)
2 90 20
Holiday Home 1 85 20


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  • Saint-Émilion: Located just 15 kilometers east of Les Denias, Saint-Émilion is a charming medieval village known for its picturesque vineyards, cobblestone streets, and well-preserved architecture. It is famous for its world-class red wines and offers numerous wine tours and tastings.
  • Bordeaux: As the capital of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, Bordeaux is a vibrant city renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and excellent cuisine. Visitors can explore the historic city center, visit the Cité du Vin wine museum, stroll along the Garonne River, and indulge in local delicacies at the Marché des Capucins.
  • Dune of Pilat (Dune du Pilat): Situated around 60 kilometers southwest of Les Denias, the Dune of Pilat is the tallest sand dune in Europe, standing at a height of 107 meters. This natural wonder offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Landes forest, and the nearby Banc d'Arguin nature reserve.
  • La Rochelle: Located approximately 170 kilometers northwest of Les Denias, La Rochelle is a historic port city that boasts a vibrant maritime heritage. Visitors can explore the picturesque Old Port, visit the famous towers of La Rochelle, discover the impressive Aquarium La Rochelle, and relax on the sandy beaches of nearby Île de Ré.
  • Château de Roquetaillade: Situated about 25 kilometers south of Les Denias, the Château de Roquetaillade is a magnificent medieval castle surrounded by vast vineyards. This fortified castle offers guided tours that allow visitors to admire its impressive architecture, beautiful gardens, and learn about its intriguing history.
  • Cognac: Located around 120 kilometers north of Les Denias, Cognac is a charming town famous for its world-renowned brandy. Visitors can take distillery tours, learn about the art of Cognac production, and sample different varieties of this iconic French spirit.
  • Arcachon Bay: Situated approximately 70 kilometers southwest of Les Denias, Arcachon Bay is a stunning natural bay known for its pristine beaches, oyster beds, and the iconic Pyla Dune. Visitors can enjoy swimming, sailing, or simply relax on the sandy shores while taking in the beautiful surroundings.
  • Château de Montaigne: Located about 55 kilometers northeast of Les Denias, the Château de Montaigne is the former residence of the renowned French philosopher Michel de Montaigne. Visitors can explore the castle, its gardens, and learn about Montaigne's life and influential literary works.
  • Blaye Citadel: Situated approximately 85 kilometers northwest of Les Denias, the Blaye Citadel is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This impressive fortress overlooks the Gironde Estuary and offers stunning views. Visitors can explore the citadel's ramparts, visit the underground tunnels, and learn about its military history. 10. Pessac-Léognan wine region: Located just a short distance from Les Denias, the Pessac-Léognan wine region is renowned for its top-quality wines, especially red and white Graves wines. Visitors can enjoy wine tastings and tours at various châteaux in the area and learn about the region's winemaking traditions.

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