“La Cigogne” is a traditional farm house built at the end of the 19th century, surrounded with fields and orchards that were used to produce cereals, wine, tobacco, fruits and milk.
Built in the typical architectural style of the “Entre Deux Mers” region, the house is constructed with thick stone walls, old “Gironde” red tile floors, and wood work throughout.
The barn of 100 m2 used for drying hay, tobacco, and acted as barrel cellars.
The barn has nine stalls for cows.
Whence comes this so peaceful atmosphere that invades the visitor ?
The architecture is typical of farms of the Entre-deux-Mers:
All living areas are on one level.
Period materials highlighted: Thick Exposed stone walls, old tiles Gironde, frames, joinery, raw wood cribs.
The décor matches the spirit of a country house.
We aim to preserve the tranquility of each:
Each room has an entrance and an independent terrace and, of course, a private bathroom.
A friendly winter lounge around the large stone fireplace.
A summer lounge with a library for music, TV, reading.
The barn with its traditional framework to 6 meters high, Russian billiards, dining and wine tasting cellar.