Saint Emilion could be the oldest active wine producing appellation in the Bordeaux region, with a history that dates back to the times of the ancient Romans. It was also the first region in Bordeaux to export their wines. Today, the village of St. Emilion is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, as synonymous for its culture, architecture and gastronomy as it is for its wine.
Hostellerie de Plaisance
Saint-Emilion is a name that arouses excitement in all of those who appreciate wine. Located on the summit of the pretty medieval town, the Hostellerie offers unparalleled views of the local landscape, whose exceptional vineyards were the first to be inscribed on Unesco’s list of World Heritage Sites.
Hostellerie de Plaisance has a gourmet restaurant and an exceptional wine list. Visit for lunch or stay for the weekend in one of their sumptuous rooms.
Each trip is tailor-made and many different sized groups can be accommodated, but as an example: Prices start from £4,690 (low season) per person based on four adults flying by Citation Mustang from Farnborough to Bordeaux and staying for 1 night in a Junior Suite Terrace. Transfers from Bordeaux Airport and Breakfast are included. Other aircraft and departure airports are available. Please contact us about annual closing.