An opulent private home, rich in history and surrounded by vineyards in the Bordeaux region
La Chartreuse de Cos d’Estournel is a stunning residence immersed in the French countryside. Just outside of Bordeaux in the Gironde region, it provides a luxurious home-from-home for up to 16 discerning guests.
As the private home of Michel Reybier, owner of Chateau Cos d’Estournel, the immaculately-maintained property lies at the heart of the vineyard estate of his renowned chateau. Crafted from yellow sandstone, the residence reflects the rich history of the estate, featuring typical Medoc architecture with three towering pagodas and a triumphal arch.
The manicured grounds surrounding the property offer the perfect place to soak up the French sunshine; there are sun loungers surrounding the large outdoor swimming pool, and a furnished terrace ideal for relaxing and enjoying a morning coffee or evening aperitif.
On entering through the grand doors, guests are greeted by opulent interiors perfectly blending traditional French and Sino-Indian influences. From the ancient Indian doors and Chinese frescoes to the gold-leaf chandeliers and hanging silk, the design is elegant and unique in equal measure.
The main drawing room features a stunning fireplace surrounded by plush sofas, and leads through to the well-stocked library, perfect for quiet moments of reflection. More Indian influences are apparent here, with imposing carved wooden doors leading from room to room.
Sumptuous feasts are enjoyed in the elegant, frescoed dining room and each gourmet meal prepared by the private chef is expertly paired with wines from the estate. Guests can enjoy a full tour of the expansive wine cellar and vat room, and enjoy tastings straight from the vat or barrel.
Those keeping up with their fitness can make use of the fully-equipped gym or enjoy the indoor swimming pool, before a relaxing session in the hammam or massage room.
Each of the six bedrooms and two suites are well-appointed and decorated in a neutral colour palette, with soothing accents of colour. Every room has its own en-suite bathroom, whilst the suites also boast private balconies with beautiful garden views.
Featuring all the amenities one could wish for, La Chartreuse de Cos d’Estournel is a wine connoisseur’s dream destination. With luxury and tranquillity in abundance, and a homely yet luxurious feel, it is the perfect choice relaxing holidays with loved ones, unique corporate getaways, and elegant events.
- Indoor & Outdoor Swimming Pools
- Spa Facilities
- Wine Cellar
Room 1 – king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and garden views
Room 2 – king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and direct garden access
Room3 – king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and direct garden access
Master Suite – King-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and balcony with garden views
Guest Suite – King-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and balcony with garden views
Room 4 – King-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and garden views
Room 5 – King-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and garden views
Room 6 – King-size bed, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & shower, and garden views
|1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024
|EUR 32,000 per night
Price per night.
- Indoor pool (15 m)
- Massage room
- Fully-equipped gym
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Coffee machine
- Wine cellar
- Artworks & antiques
- Satellite TV
- Sound system
- Laundry facilities
- Air conditioning
- Countryside views
- Heated swimming pool
- Landscaped gardens
- Outdoor lounge
- Outdoor dining
- Water features
- Helipad access
- Gated entrance
- House manager
- Daily housekeeping
- Private chef
- Gourmet breakfast, lunch & dinner
- Wine with meals
- Pool & garden maintenance
- Vineyard tour & wine tasting
- Luxury car transfers
- Helicopter transfers
- Guided city tours
- Gastronomy tours
- Luxury boat tours
- Off-site wine tasting
- Chamber music concerts
- Activities & excursions
La Chartreuse de Cos d’Estournel is in the Gironde region of France, famed for its vineyards and wineries.
Just outside of Bordeaux, there is plenty for visitors to explore in the region. Culture buffs will love wandering the cobbled streets of charming villages and sampling the local cuisine, whilst adventure-seekers can take a day trip to Arcachon Bay to bathe in the sparkling waters or ride horses along the sandy beaches.
The region is perfect for hiking and cycling, as well as boat trips around the Gironde Estuary or waters of the Atlantic.
Cap Ferret – 1 hour’s drive
Bordeaux-Merignac Airport – 1 hour’s drive
Bordeaux – 1 hour, 15 minutes’ drive
Arachon – 1 hour, 30 minutes’ drive
St Emilion – 1 hour, 30 minutes’ drive
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.