Bordeaux estate that has grown grapes and produced fine wines for more
than three centuries is very prestigious indeed. Add to that long
history a beautiful 18th century château offering splendid guest
accommodations, and you have the ideal vacation destination:
Meyre. Guests can immerse themselves in the enchanting and
peaceful Médoc wine country and still have convenient access to
the city of Bordeaux with its fine museums, restaurants and cultural
The surrounding villages and vineyards draw wine connoisseurs from the
world over, and there is much to explore in this very special part of
The château, ideally located between the vineyards of Moulis and Margaux, has been recently renovated to offer sumptuous guest rooms filled with tapestries, country French furniture and antiques, each with its own modern, en suite bathroom. Upon arrival, guests receive a complimentary half bottle of wine, and each morning a delicious continental breakfast including croissants, yogurt, fruit juice, tea and coffee is served in the château dining room.
The history of Château Meyre is woven into the history of wine in the region ~ it was in 1876 that the estate was listed among the best growths in Avensan, and in 1932 its wines were classified as Cru Bourgeois. Château Meyre was purchased in 1998 from the Lenôtre family of Paris. The estate covers seventeen hectares of the best plots of land near Avensan, 30 kilometers north of Bordeaux. In 1992, the domain was expanded to the Margaux area through the acquisition of two hectares of vines around the village of Soussans, enabling Château Meyre to produce a Cru Bourgeois Haut-Médoc and a Margaux from these two quite distinct "terroirs". Grapes are hand-harvested each year and traditional methods are used throughout the winemaking process. Wine aficionados will be impressed by the many awards the château has won for its wines including a four stars out of five from La Revue de Vin de France and a Gold Medal in the Japan Wine Challenge 2002 for their L'Enclos Gallen Margaux 1999 vintage among several other wine awards.
Guests are warmly welcomed to the château from March to November where they can discover the pleasures of wine tasting in a unique and inviting country setting. Château Meyre is the ideal location for corporate retreats and seminars with accommodation for up to eighteen people. The château provides self-drive tours, but they must be booked well in advance. Château Meyre is definitely an up and coming domaine in the world of French wines, as well as a marvelous place to settle in for several days ~ a superb base for touring the Bordeaux region.
In the château: Suite Ceridwen, chambres Vinalia and
the Pavillon: Cybelle, Gaïa, Maïa, Cérès,
Luna and Matraë (petite suite). All with en suite bathrooms.
Nightly Prices: Suite in high and low seasons: €275 and €245; chambres in Château in high and low seasons: €170 and €135; chambres in Pavillon in high and low seasons: €160 and €145. Extra bed in Maia, Gaia or Ceridwen: €40
Seasons: High June 16 to September 30; and low March 24 to June 15 and entire month of October.
During Médoc Marathon, Saturday September 9, 2017, and mid-July to end of August there is a 2-night minimum.
During VINEXPO, June 2017 rates: €184 in Pavillon, €190 in château and €310 for Suite Ceridwen.
Bathrooms have hair dryers and toiletries.
Weddings: Maximum persons indoors is 60 people seated October to April €1500 and May to October €2000. For 25 people seated the price is €850 and €1000.
In the parc €300 and €500, the suite is included for the wedding couple, 8 double rooms are offered at €125 each. Pool is only open May to October.
Dinner: Not offered at the château, but meals can be enjoyed at fine nearby restaurants.
Booking: Credit card information required at time of booking. For stays longer than 2 nights, written confirmation is also required. Please inquire about the cancellation policy when making your reservation.
All rooms and the Château are non-smoking.
No pets, please.
March 20 to Octcober 31, 2017.
From Bordeaux, take the N215 direction Le Verdon to the D1 direction Castelnau-de-Médoc. Follow directions below.
From Bordeaux/Merignac Airport, by auto take the périphérique to Exit 8, direction Le Verdon. Stay on this road which is the N215, for about 10 minutes. Then take the D1. Pass through 3 roundabouts always going in the direction of Castelnau-de-Médoc (about 25 kms) on the D1. At the first roundabout just before Castelnau-de-Médoc, go straight in the Lesparre/Pauillac direction. At the next roundabout turn right in the direction of Avensan (the D105). Proceed for about 500 meters and Château Meyre is on the right side of the road.
- Bordeaux-Merignac (30 kilometers)
Car Rental Bordeaux Airport (click here)
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