What to do in the Chartrons district?
The Chartrons district functions like a small village in the heart of the city. Your visit to our guest house will be an opportunity to discover the charming and trendy Chartrons district with Notre-Dame Street where you will find bars, restaurants and various shops. Take the opportunity to visit the CAPC, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Bordeaux. For a peaceful afternoon, discover the Public Garden, located less than 200 m from our establishment, with its arboretum, library and Natural History Museum. While strolling the alleys of the neighborhood, you may come across the Temple of Chartrons, Saint-Louis church, rue des Antiquaires and the Halle des Chartrons.
3 km away is the Capuchin market, open Tuesday to Sunday with more than 60 merchants, in the Saint-Michel district. Along the quays, every Sunday morning the Chartrons market is held, 10 minutes walk away. For a moment of relaxation, go to the Place du Marché with its many restaurants and bars.
Walk along the quays of the Garonne, by bike, on foot, rollerblades or scooter. Restaurants, bars, children's parks and all kinds of activities are available. You can stroll in the sun, go jogging or do your shopping, so that you can spend a pleasant moment with your family, friends, two people or alone.
The City of Wine
Meet at La Cité du Vin, for a journey through ages, cultures and civilizations, around wine. Explore the 3,000 m², through 19 spaces dedicated to paintings highlighting wine, to a buffet to awaken your 5 senses or to discover the different ways of serving wine.
Darwin is an alternative and innovative place on the Quai des Queyries. The 20,000 m² of this former military barracks houses numerous addresses promoting the green economy and creativity: a skate park, a space dedicated to graphic designers, co-working rooms, an organic grocery store and a restaurant Le Magasin général.