• An interesting and relaxed place to stop and do some Bordeaux tourism

    Between the medieval part of the city, the vineyards and the atlantic ocean, there's lots to do. Tramway just a 5 min walk away.

  • Travel along Tramline B

    one of the main Tramways connecting the city centre and the university.

  • First stop: la Victoire

    Beginning of the pedestrian zone and the rue Ste Catherine, highly frequented by students during the evening.

  • Stroll through the bric a brac and antiques in the market at Place St Michel

    Couscous or lunch at the "brasserie du passage"? Enjoy a sunday like the locals

  • The "marché des Capucins"

    The best place to taste local products and to exchange a few words in "bordeluche"

  • Musée d'Aquitaine

    immerse yourself in the history of Bordeaux

  • Walking in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims

    In St Eloi, discover the trendy neighbourhood where you will find many bars and designer shops

  • The Place de l'hôtel de ville

    Recently renovated, this has become a pedestrian area. See the cathedral, the Palais de Rohan, the fort du Hâ and the école de magistrature

  • The cathedral

    discover around here the squares, restaurants and many shops

  • The Grand Théatre

    Pop into the tourist information office to see what's going on or spend an evening at the theatre

  • The golden triangle

    Take a look at one of the most chic areas in Bordeaux surrounding the Grand Théâtre, Intendance and Tourny

  • At the heart of the triangle

    stylish Brasseries and beautiful baroque buildings

  • The "old Bordeaux"

    try the french way of life, the terraces of the restaurants are waiting for you

  • Take a mini cruise... with a Batcub

    discover Darwin and the new botanical gardens, with the porte Cailhau and the pier nearby

  • The place de la bourse

    The typical postcard photograph of Bordeaux: created in honour of Louis XV

  • The Miroir d'eau

    The highlight of your holiday: a pleasure for old and young

  • Head down to Quinconces ...

    have a sit down and a rest in the Jardin Public on a nice day

  • A Gallo-Roman arena?

    Look closely and you will find that the district is built on the ruins of the Palais Gallien.

  • Les Chartrons

    The hipster revival of the former merchants and ship owners district

  • Follow the Quais up to Cap Sciences

    The bridge Chaban Delmas is the last bridge on the Garonne which is lifted to let past liners and tall ships

  • A museum from the future?

    Shaped like a carafe, this has become the icon of Bordeaux. Learn all there is to know about wine and vineyards.

  • Discover our secret spots

    and taste the fruits from the vines and the sea

  • Our Médoc Bleu

    hundreds of kilometres of white sanded beaches just one hour away

  • and our Médoc rouge

    Pauillac, Margaux, St Estèphe, Beychevelle... all around an hour away

  • The village of St Emilion

    Listen to our recommendations of our favourite places there (1 hour away)

  • Pessac Léognan & Graves

    The closest vineyard, Pessac-Léognan, is 5 min from la Maison Bleue

  • Let us guide you

    go and discover Bordeaux, with it's history and gastronimic hotspots

    Check our calendar for availability

Where the Old Town meets the vineyards: the best of Bordeuax from your doorstep…

 

The Bed and Breakfast is located within the city of Bordeaux, close to the boulevards.

 

La Maison Bleue is in the centre of the city in the historic quarter, amidst the calm: St Genès is classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a much loved area favoured by bordelais families.

Tramline B- the red line-  5 minutes from the Bed and Breakfast where you'll be able to jump on and visit the city- from the quais in towards the North to the University in the South.

 

Discover from the Tram B line :

Victoire, Capucins, St Michel, St Eloi et Musée d'Aquitaine, Hôtel de ville, Cathédrale St André, le triangle d'or (Intendance, Grand théatre, Allées de Tourny), Fondaudège, Palais Gallien, Jardin Public, Chartrons, Quais des marques, Cap Sciences, Pont Chaban Delmas, Cité des civilisations du Vin.

The University centres (Victor Ségalen CHU Pellegrin - St André - Haut Levêque - X Arnozan & ifsi) Campus de Talence and Pessac are all easily accessible from La Maison Bleue by public transport.

 

Leave for a day trip to Arcachon or St Emilion, just an hour away on the train

Chambre d'hôtes Bordeaux centre historique

70 rue de Ségur

33000 Bordeaux

+33 (0)6 78 25 85 83

Plan your stay

(+33) 06 78 25 85 83

If taking a car, take advantage of the free on-street parking on our road and easy access along the boulevards:

  • To the vineyards: St Emilion, Médoc an hours dive away and the first of the Graves vineyards only five minutes from here
  • To the coast : Le Bassin d'Arcachon, Le Cap Ferret and the villages surrounding them famous for their oysters as well as le Médoc Bleu (Lacanau, Le Porge) an hours drive away
  • To the events places and arenas : Parc des Expositions, Le Vélodrome, Le Grand stade au Lac, 20 minutes North from here ; Le Stade Chaban Delmas really close to La Maison Bleue

Contact Valerie

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Leave your car here…

 

Important to know if you come by car :

Due to the renovations in Bordeaux, there are now many underground car parks which can be quite expensive ( around 25 euros per day ). 

Parking in the road is limited to 2 consecutive hours on a parking meter in the medieval quarter, so not an ideal solution for your visit! 

OUR ADVICE TO YOU : leave your car in our local area where the parking is free and take the public transport around town

All close-by …

 L'Hôtel de Ville, the Cathedral, Pey Berland, le Old Bordeaux, la Grosse Cloche and la Porte Cailhau, la Flèche St Michel. Ecole Nationale de Magistrature ENM and the Palais de Justice, Barreau de Bordeaux, Hôpital St André, place de la Victoire. University Victor Ségalen et University Bordeaux III, dentaire... Cité universitaire internationale, cité Boudet, Clinique St Antoine de Padoue, Villa Pia, Ecole St Genès, Ecole Albert Le grand, Collège Alain Fournier, Clinique du Tondu, Clinique Théodore Ducos, Gertrude, Siège de la Société Générale, Pavillon de la Mutualité, Ociane...