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Bordeaux Golf & Fine Dining

£875 per person

Gastro Golf is delighted to bring you this superb Bordeaux golf and fine dining package.

We offer a collection of tailor-made luxury stays created especially for us by our friends at Green & Grapes – for those with a little more time on their hands we have fabulous 8-day itinerary also available on this web site.

As with all Gastro Golf packages we have a delightful combination of luxury accommodation, great golf, fine dining and of course the opportunity for wine tasting and exploration of one of the finest regions in France.

A choice of superb 4* hotels in Bordeaux provide a splendid base from which to venture into the local area for some retail therapy, good old fashioned exploration perhaps even taking in La Cite du Vin where wine can be explored without distraction.

Price
From £875 per person
Duration
4 nights (5 days)
Booking reference number
GG-BORDEAUXFINEDINING-001/2018
Package Dates
March – November, 2018
UPGRADES ARE AVAILABLE WITH THESE PACKAGES 

Accommodation

Le Grand Hotel (Bordeaux)

The hotel enjoys the most commanding position in the city, on the Place de la Comédie, facing the iconic Grand Theatre. This is the heart of the Triangle D’Or, three broad 18th-century boulevards laid out at the peak of Bordeaux’s maritime trading fortunes.

Golf Courses

Golf du Medoc

Bordeaux: Golf du Medoc offers two 18 hole golf courses, Les Chateaux –  host of the 1999 French Open and Les Vignes, host to the Grand Final of European Challenge Tour in 2002 – 2003 – 2004.

Grans Saint-Emillonnais

Bordeaux: Designed by Tom Doak Grand Saint-Emilionnais Golf Club offers visitors a natural free flowing route from hole to hole mixed together with the stunning vineyard that fringes the golf course.

Golf de Seignosse

Bordeaux:
Rated the 15th best golf course in continental Europe by Golf World magazine, Golf de Seignosse is a famous modern masterpiece. There are many natural, daunting water features and shots over ravines making this a test of anyone’s golf game.

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Packages

  • 4 Nights B&B
  • £ 875
    per person
  • SAMPLE PACKAGE:

    • 4 nights in Grand Hotel, Bordeaux
    • Twin or Double room on B&B basis with 2 people sharing

    • 1 round of golf at Golf du Medoc
    • 1 round of golf at Saint-Emilionnais Golf Club
    •  Wine-tasting at Medoc classified château.
    •  Tapas Dinner
    • Three course dinner on top of La Cite Du Vin.

     

    NOT INCLUDED:

    • Hire of golf equipment
    • Hire of golf buggies and trolleys
    • Food and drinks outside the package outlined above
    • Flights
    • Transfers or car hire (can be arranged at extra cost)
    • City tax per day.
    • Additional Gastro Golf activities

 

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Day 1:

Arrival presents the opportunity to relax and explore this wonderful city.  Set on the banks Garonne, neo-classical 18th century architecture, contemporary cafes and bistros all await discovery. Dinner is booked in a new wine-bar owned by an Entre-Deux-Mers wine château where guests discover the history of the area whilst enjoying platters of local food and the châteaux' wines.

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Day 2:

Play 18-holes on one of the 2 courses at Golf du Medoc. After lunch take in a well reputed brasserie in Margaux followed by a visit to a Medoc classified château. Wine-tasting is laid on by the Château owner before returning to Bordeaux in the late afternoon.

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Day 3:

In the morning there is a trip to the picturesque UNESCO town of Saint-Emilion followed by a visit to a nearby château where a picnic awaits you. Wine tasting is of course included. In the afternoon golfers play Grand Saint-Emilionnais Golf Club before returning to Bordeaux

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Day 4:

Visit "La Cité du Vin" - a unique cultural centre dedicated entirely to wine. Dinner follows at the panoramic gourmet restaurant on top of La Cité du Vin - wine-tasting is of course included.

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Day 5:

Homeward bound.  We hope to see you again!

Tour Location

Bordeaux – renowned worldwide for its famous vineyards and prestigious architectural heritage.
An 18th-century gem, the City of Art and History and a World Heritage Site since 2007, takes visitors back to a time of Enlightenment.  A walk along the quays of the Garonne unveils some remarkable urbane architecture, elegant streets and town squares. Must see places include the Place de la Comédie with its neoclassical Grand Theatre adorned with majestic Corinthian columns, the Place de la Bourse with its fountain of the Three Graces, and the Allées de Tourny.   Strolling through the historic centre is also a great way to discover medieval Bordeaux: the Saint-André Cathedral with its carved portals, Gothic choir and Renaissance organ loft, the imposing Cailhau door dedicated to Charles VIII, the Holy Cross (Sainte-Croix) Church with its façade carved in the Saintonge Romanesque style, and the door of the Great Bell (Grosse Cloche), the belfry of the old City Hall.   Don't forget to visit the famous pedestrian street of Rue Sainte-Catherine, a long commercial street popular with shoppers, which connects Place de la Victoire to Place de la Comédie.   Garden lovers will prefer the banks of the Garonne, where the lovely Enlightenment Garden (Jardin des Lumières) stretches out on both sides of the water. Featuring a beautiful view of the river and the Bastide district located on the right bank, this vast space with walkways and flower beds is dotted with street lights that magically light it up at dusk dusk. Walkers can then continue their walk towards the huge Esplanade des Quinconces. On one side of it stands the two rostral columns, and on the other the illustrious Girondins monument built in the late 19th century in memory of Girondin members of Parliament who fell victim to the Terror.
The City of Light is also a destination of choice for visitors who thirst for culture: the Aquitaine Museum, dedicated to the history of Bordeaux and Aquitaine; the Museum of Fine Arts, with collections of paintings and sculptures from the 15th to the 20th century; the Museum of Decorative Arts, with ceramics, furniture, paintings and engravings and many more Museums dedicated to the rich history and customs of France.
Finally, food-lovers won't want to leave Bordeaux without trying the famous canelés, delicious little cakes flavoured with rum and vanilla, best enjoyed with a cup of tea or coffee…

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VINYARD'S VISITS:

With over 6,000 châteaux in the Bordeaux region and over 4,000 in La Rioja, we've personally selected the vineyard where clients will meet passionate owners.

It's also a cultural visit as you discover the history of the châteaux and the families who have owned them over many centuries.

And it all about discovering the world of wine-tasting in a relaxed fashion. for whether you are a novice or a connoisseur ! If your clients wish to visit a specific château, we'll do our upmost to organise it !

All seasons are beautiful in the vineyards, but our favourites are spring and autumn, during harvesting!