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Olga Boychuk
24 Rue du Général de Gaule


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This is a charming and stunning 48m2 apartment located on the ground floor of a beautiful stone building in the center of Fronsac. Fronsac is a small village known for its exceptional wines and breathtaking castles, such as Châteaux The Dauphine and Jean Halley. The apartment is also close to other famous castles like Châteaux GABY (Canon-Fronsac) and Chateaux-MOYA, as well as Barrabaque-Chateaux and Chateaux Richelieu River.

Situated in a peaceful area, the cottage is only 10km away from St Emilion, 25km from Bordeaux, and just one hour from the beach.

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Welcome to our charming and beautiful ground floor apartment, T2, boasting 48m2 of space. Situated in a stunning stone building, nestled in the heart of Fronsac, a picturesque village renowned for its exceptional wines and breathtaking castles. Our location is ideal, as we are close to the vibrant town of Libourne.

Within a short distance, you will find yourself surrounded by the prestigious Châteaux of La Dauphine, Jean Halley, Châteaux GABY (Canon-Fronsac) & Moya, Barrabaque-Châteaux, Châteaux-Rivière, and Richelieu.

Our tranquil Châteaux Cottage is conveniently located just 10km from the enchanting town of St Emilion, 25km from the vibrant city of Bordeaux, and only an hour's drive from the sandy beaches.


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This location is perfect for those seeking a gastronomic adventure with wine, as it is conveniently situated near shops. There are plenty of attractions suitable for people of all ages, including castle visits, shows, winery tours and tastings, markets, scenic walks, canoeing, and a recreation area.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 45 65 290 390 10 non
Apartment 1 45 65 290 390 10 non
Holiday Home 1 45 65 290 390 10 non


Animals Allowed


  • Château de La Rivière: Located just a stone's throw away from Fronsac, Château de La Rivière is a magnificent castle surrounded by vineyards. Visitors can explore the castle's historic architecture, enjoy wine tastings, and take in breathtaking views of the Dordogne River.
  • Château de la Dauphine: Situated in the heart of the Fronsac appellation, Château de la Dauphine is a beautiful wine estate known for its organic and biodynamic wine production. Guided tours offer visitors a chance to discover the vineyards, cellars, and taste their exceptional wines.
  • Château de Vayres: Located in Vayres, just a short drive from Fronsac, Château de Vayres is a splendid medieval castle surrounded by stunning gardens. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, explore the picturesque grounds, and attend various cultural events held there.
  • Libourne: A charming town near Fronsac, Libourne boasts a rich history and architectural wonders. Its central square, Place Abel Surchamp, is lined with beautiful buildings and hosts a lively market. Visitors can also explore the Gothic-style Church of St. John the Baptist or take a stroll along the Dordogne River.
  • Saint-Émilion: A UNESCO World Heritage site, the village of Saint-Émilion is renowned for its picturesque streets, ancient monolithic church, and world-class vineyards. Visitors can wander through the enchanting narrow streets, visit wine cellars, and indulge in wine tastings and local cuisine.
  • Bordeaux: As the regional capital of wine, Bordeaux offers a plethora of attractions. From its stunning 18th-century architecture to its vibrant food and wine scene, there is something for everyone. Don't miss the iconic Place de la Bourse, the Grand Théâtre, and the Cité du Vin, a museum dedicated to wine.
  • Blaye Citadel: Situated on the banks of the Gironde Estuary, the Blaye Citadel is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This 17th-century fortress offers panoramic views and a fascinating glimpse into the region's military history. Visitors can explore the citadel's ramparts and enjoy exhibitions and events held within its walls.
  • Dune of Pilat: A bit further away but definitely worth a visit, the Dune of Pilat is the highest sand dune in Europe. Located near Arcachon, it offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding forest. Visitors can climb to the top, go sandboarding, or simply enjoy a leisurely walk along the beach. These attractions near Fronsac offer a blend of historical, cultural, and natural wonders, providing visitors with a diverse range of experiences to enjoy during their stay.

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