Why not sleep in a wine barrel ?

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Why not sleep in a wine barrel ? 33330 fr

Frédéric Charles Chassagne has created the company called « Coup2foudres » which aim is to create accommodations in the barrels Seguin-Moreau (leading producer of barrels in the world). The “foudres » are huge barrels of 700 hl, which are normally used to the vinification of wines.

The 1st accommodation of this kind is located at château Vieux Lartigue in Saint-Sulpice-de-Faleyrens, one of the 8 villages around Saint-Émilion. Saint-Émilion is a medieval village Unesco listed and located only 45 min drive from Bordeaux. In the 20 m² barrel rooms,
the clients have a king size bed, a small kitchen, a shower, wifi and TV. A second barrel room is available on the same site

Château Vieux Lartigue - 33330 Saint-Sulpice-de-Faleyrens - Tél : + 33 /(0) 557 553 803


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