About the House
Standing in the shadow of Chateau de Benauge and over-looking rolling hills full of vineyards, Meinguin de Benauge offers a unique getaway in the heart of the Bordeaux region of France.
The building has significant historical importance as part of the Chateau de Benauge estate. Chateau de Benauge was once the home of King Henry II of England and his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine and was lost by King Henry III of England during a battle. The remnants of which can still be seen in the grounds in the form of large stone 'canon' balls.
The house is the Chateau's wine chai dating back to the 13th Century that has been lovingly restored to provide incomparable standards of luxury in a stunning location. There are six ensuite bedrooms, a fully fitted modern kitchen, large living and dining room, wine cellar, media room, and conservatory.
The house sits on more than three hectares of garden, vineyard, and ancient oak forest and has a swimming pool for guests to enjoy during the hot summer months, whilst looking out of the surrounding valley.
The area is ideal for walkers, cyclists, and guests looking to take advantage of the many local attractions and stunning scenery. Wine tasting and fantastic restaurants are literally on your doorstep.