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Ibis budget Libourne offers accommodations in Libourne. The property features a terrace and a garden. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel and guests have access to free private parking. Great location near lake and beach. Friendly and helpful staff. Free bus service into Libourne just outside. Will definitely stay again.
A 3-star hotel located less than a 5-minute walk from Libourne train station and set in a former coaching inn, Hôtel de France offers a garden and a furnished terrace. Especially Kevin so very helpful in getting me a doctors appointment and being allowed in early as I had not been well. Very much appreciated
La résidence "Les Grands Vignobles" offers villas located in Libourne, a 6-minute drive from Saint-Emilion. Overlooking the vineyards, all villas feature air conditioned bedrooms and free WiFi access.... Super clean, spacious and convenient to town center. Ideal for budget concious travelers not needing to stay within city center
Set in Libourne, 29 mi from Mérignac, Le logis de l'épinette offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. Guests can also relax in the garden. Excellent breakfast, very comfortable room. We only staid one night and arrived late and left early, but we will book again if we are in the area.
Hôtes de Saint-Emilion is located in Libourne and offers free bikes, a shared lounge and a garden. From the moment our hostess greeted us as we arrived, we knew this would be a special visit. She quickly showed us our very well-appointed, large bedroom and the beautiful, modern bath (which would be shared only if the other room across the hall were occupied). She showed us the great parking spot in their drive, gave us our keys, and left us to relax. We had our own entrance so we could come and go without disturbing the hosts. It also made handling our luggage easier. Everything is on one one flat level, so is appropriate for a person with mobility issues (although I don’t think the bath or doorways could accommodate a wheelchair). The WiFi was wonderful. The bed was very comfortable. The included light breakfast was also very good and beautifully presented. We thank this family for the privilege of staying in their lovely home. The surrounding area seemed very safe, which the hostess verified for us. The town of Libourne seems like a very nice community, although being there in a Monday holiday meant little exploration as most places were closed.
Located in Libourne, 27 mi from Mérignac, La Villa Bouleau features a terrace and free WiFi. Maryvonne is a super nice host. She went above and beyond to make our stay very pleasant. Very good location. The room was spacious yet cosy. The bathroom was impeccable with a great shower. Breakfast was also very nice and diverse each morning.
Libourne is a total delight, just do NOT stay at the Hotel de France. The river front is quite lovely and the people friendly. It's a very appealing town. Everything that you want seems to be very central.
Nice quiet place to stay when business or pleasure takes one to bustling Bordeaux. We were there just overnight and the first day was a Monday holiday, so we didn’t get to explore much, just about everything being closed.
A lovely town near St Emillion. Lovely town centre. Easy parking. Lovely location with river for picnics, etc. Great local market and some very nice, economical restaurants. Very handy for wine region exploration.
A pleasant town with a quaint look to it. Plenty of vineyard visits available and regular markets in the square area. River cruiser ships also dock here. Very reasonably priced cafes and restaurants offering a range of tastes.. Try Cafe Richard for breakfast and Le Zinc for dinner.
Again staggering lack of choice of appealing restaurants. Either cheap and not cheerful or the usual dull French fare (when will they offer an actual dish that has been cooked by a chef, not just warmed up - sea bass, duck, chicken, steak, lamb etc. all served with a sauce and a couple of veg. Really? Is this the best that France can do after all these years? The same old menus that I had 30 years ago? There was ONE good brasserie - marvellous decor, jazz band and excellent cod (fresh for once). Forget the rest. As as with Rennes, some not so nice new areas and a few older ones that needed a bit of TLC. Still, beats most places in the UK hands down so not all bad.
The river scape and fishing is amazing. The dordogne,gironde and Isle all weave through its boundaries. The market is wonderful and we love M Lopez''s confectionery and patisserie shop near the main square. Do take time to prebook and look up restaurants.There are some lovely places to eat and visit but do bear in mind that these get busy in Summer.Why not book lunch and a tasting at one of the many Chateaus who offer this? Our favourite restaurant was Cozy. The staff were really helpful and the food was amazing. Try their Cafe Gourmand,which came with four or five tiny dessert tasters!