It was was a beautiful chateau with perfect service. Master suite, living room and dining room with tastefull decoration and wonderful garden view, plenty of space and awesome bath with sunken bathtub. We had a wonderful time.
Thanks Ann for a wonderful stay. We used Chateau Bavolier as a stopover for a couple of nights and it was perfect for us. Champagne on arrival with Ann and plenty of suggestions for places to eat/visit. The room was excellent and extremely large even with four of us in there. Massive garden with swings/slide for the kids to play on. Lovely breakfast! Thanks Ann, would recommend to anyone.
We stayed at Chateau Bavolier at the beginning of this month, August 2014. The Chateau is absolutely beautiful, straight out of a storybook. Ann's grandchildren greeted us with homemade gifts for our daughter and Ann greeted us with a bottle of Champagne. We felt at home immediately. To my daughter, Ann is "Nana." Ann and her family were so much fun! We had dinner the first night at the Chateau, which was wonderful. We followed Ann's suggestions for places to go and things to see, which were all perfect. We are so thankful we found this place!
We had a fantastic stay at "Chateau Bavolier".The rooms are unique and very comfortable,great also for the antique lover.The owner,cook,hostess Ann Roberts is a great lady and made us feel so welcome.The surrounding areas, St.Emilion,Bordeaux city,Medoc and nearby vineyards are all within easy reach and make for a great day out.
I will definitely return to "Chateau Bavolier", and in the meantime urge you to go and sample a little piece of paradise.
Lorraine,Noreen,Andrew and Maeve. Ireland
We stayed here a year ago (I'm a bit delayed in writing my trip advisor reviews!) I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but the tripadvisor reviews looked good and the photos on their website seemed like it would be a charming place to stay. My expectations were extremely far surpassed! Ann, the owner was incredibly helpful and friendly, from offering to meet us in the town centre after we got lost when trying to find the chateau, to the complimentary bottle of wine she drank with us in the gardens, to recommending places to see and eat at. A little local knowledge went a long way in a small town setting. And the house, room and grounds themselves were the most charming place I think I have ever stayed. The grounds were perfectly manicured with ivy growing from crumbling stone walls, antique furniture, lovely French décor and a very generous complimentary breakfast. I wish we had stayed much longer, but it was definitely worth taking this detour in Bordeaux!! And after a few nights in Paris, the cost of staying here seemed like a too-good-to-be-true bargain!