- Local Area
- Private 10m x 5m pool
- Secure, heated pool*
- Set on award winning vineyard
- Table tennis
- Boules Court
- Pool table
- Tranquil location
- Country views over vines
- Private off road parking
- Cots (2) and highchair
- French & English TV
- DVD player
- Golf courses nearby
- Cycle hire available
- Zip wire park nearby
- Private catering available
- Nearest town 4 miles
Jubin has a private secure swimming pool and walks through the owner’s award-winning vineyard. Situated between Bordeaux, Bergerac and Saint Emilion near the border of the Dordogne in the heart of the Bordeaux wine region of southwest France.
As featured on the Channel 5 TV program Holiday homes in the sun, September 2022. Also featured in France magazine.
Jubin is a large stone barn conversion dating back to the 19th century and has been completely renovated to a very nice standard. This authentic house is set over 220m2 with large rooms, southern exposure and a warm atmosphere.
* The pool can be secured with a retractable cover which acts as a safety feature as well as helps to heat the water.
Situated on a privately owned, award-winning Bordeaux wine estate, the vines are open to the garden and guests are free to walk in the quiet surroundings. The charming owners are happy to offer a tour of how the wine is made and of course have a taste! The wine estate tasting rooms are just a 5-minute drive from the house.
The entire house and all facilities are for your exclusive, private use during your stay.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
Beautiful room with views over the pool and vines. Double bed (160cm x 200cm). Large wardrobe. En-suite shower. A WC is next to this room.
Pretty room with views over the pool and vines. Double bed (140cm x 190cm), wardrobe and a table.
Well proportioned room. Double bed (140cm x 190cm), large wardrobe.
Located opposite bedroom 3 there is a shared family bathroom with a bath and walk-in shower, washbasin, there is also a separate wc. There are 2 separate WC on the ground floor.
Upper floor mezzanine
Located above the lounge at the opposite end of the house to the ground floor bedrooms.
Pretty room decorated in natural tones with a single bed (90cm x 190cm).
Pretty room with a sloping low ceiling, single bed (90cm x 190cm) with a further single wicker bed.
Shared shower room with shower and washbasin. A WC is located at the bottom of the stairs. There are 2 separate WC on the ground floor.
Kitchen and dining area
Large farmhouse style kitchen with dishwasher, large electric oven with grill and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, coffee maker. The dining table and chairs comfortably seat 10 people.
Laundry area with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron/ironing board and washing line.
The large lounge is set around an original feature stone fireplace and has double-height ceilings, TV with French and English channels (English channels are through the Wi-Fi) DVD player, Hi-Fi as well as a selection of books to read. The lounge looks over the front terrace through large feature doors. An elevated area is home to a pool table. Underfloor heating (payable as an extra based on usage).
Bed linen, bath towels and pool towels are provided and included in the price. There are a couple of hairdryers.
Enjoy alfresco seating on the patio overlooking the pool and vines. Charcoal BBQ, stone table and matching benches under a canopy provide shade from the sun. There is lots of outside space for games including table tennis and a boules court. Guests also have the entire wine estate to walk through the vines.
Private Secure Pool
The wonderful 10m x 5m pool is 1.5m deep with walk-in steps in one corner to allow easy access. A retractable glass cover over the pool acts as a safety feature as well as helps to heat the water.
A sun terrace and loungers provide a lovely space to relax around the pool with views over the garden and vines.
Gastronomic experiences, private catering and wine tours. www.lovingaquitaine.com
Cycle hire and electric cycles are available to hire in the area. Cycle hire information page.
What to do in the area and beyond
There are many towns, villages and castles to explore on your doorstep. The local towns and villages host weekly markets as well as summer night markets and various festivals throughout the year. More information on what’s on locally is in the “Local Area” tab above.
Airports: Bergerac 30 km. Bordeaux 95 km. Toulouse 210 km.
Train: Ste Foy La Grande is just 6 km away, ideal for day trips to Bordeaux. Bordeaux train station 75 km.
Car: Calais 900 km. La Havre 640 km.
|Dates||Price for 7 nights from|
|9 persons||Shortbreaks from|
|09 Sep 2023 - 06 Oct 2023||€1,155.00||€870.00|
|07 Oct 2023 - 22 Dec 2023||€985.00||€870.00|
|23 Dec 2023 - 05 Jan 2024||€2,495.00||€2,495.00|
The local area and what to do.
Situated in the beautiful region of Aquitaine within the Bordeaux wine area and on the border of the Dordogne, Gironde and Lot et Garonne and is considered to be one of the most picturesque areas of France.
Bordeaux city centre is a 77km drive to the west. Bergerac is 29km to the east and Saint Émilion 39km northwest.
An ideal base from which to explore southwest France. Located in the region of Aquitaine on the 3 borders of Gironde / Dordogne / Lot et Garonne and is considered to be one of the most picturesque areas of France.
The region is famous for wine and wonderful gastronomy. Whether you are in St. Emilion, Pomerol, Blaye, The Médoc, Entre Deux Mers, Bourg, Graves, or Sauterne the wines of the region are without doubt some of the very best in the world! There are local producers nearby that offer excellent quality wines at very reasonable prices through to the higher end of the market.
Perfect walking and cycling country, the rolling countryside is a pleasure to explore, with excellent roads winding their way through fields and vineyards.
This designated world heritage site is a must for all visitors. This cosmopolitan city offers a diverse range of attractions. The golden triangle has a fabulous range of shops for those shopaholics.
A rich variety of architecture forms the backdrop for the street cafes, restaurants, bars and not forgetting the superb Grand Theatre.
The Dordogne is just one of the many places to visit for day trips. Anything from canoeing or boat trips on the Dordogne river at Bergerac to exploring the wonderful and pretty ancient villages.
Coast, Beach and Water park
A freshwater lake with a sandy beach at Blasimon is just 32km away and is a popular attraction to take children for a day out. The gently shelving sand provides a fun environment for splashing around and cooling off in the heat of the summer sun. Blasimon lake.
Aqua Park is 24km located near Bergerac. Beach, canoeing and a water park.
Aqua Fun Park near Casteljaloux is 65km. Park with a huge freshwater lake, picnic benches, walks, facilities, man-made sandy beach, water sports, kids play area…. great for adults and kids.
Visit Europe’s largest sand dune 143km, the Dune du Pilat where both the climb and the views will take your breath away! Reward yourself with fresh seafood from the Bay of Arcachon or take the ferry to Cap Ferret and feel the sand between your toes whilst you enjoy oysters and chilled white wine.
Yes, we believe chocolate is also an activity, we often have to visit to make sure the quality is up to standard… Maison Guinguet 16km, near Duras. A nice shop to visit, selling chocolate, gifts and offers guided visits to their artisan factory in July and August.
The famous Chateau de Duras, 14km away. It’s well worth a visit, climb to the top and see the stunning 360-degree vista.
Tea room with gardens
Jardin de Boissona has six little gardens, each with its own character. Outside and inside seating. Known for their teas and delicious cakes. 17km.
Zip wire adventure and climbing park
17km. Playground and snack bar. Des chênes toi Aventure
Dordogne river trips are available on traditional boats in Bergerac with Les Gabarres de Bergerac. 30km.
Cycling and bike hire
The French countryside around this property is perfect for cycling whether it’s just a gentle ride around to explore or if you are a keen cyclist, a long training ride on fantastic stretches of road to get the blood pumping whilst taking in the fantastic views.
Maybe cycle to a cafe bar for a cold glass of something local or the chocolate shop!
The Gironde and Lot et Garonne (Monsegur and Duras areas), guide and information Gironde bike information or Dordogne bike information
Bike hire can be delivered to your door, view prices and book – click here for details.
Bike Hire Direct, cycle hire
Electric bicycle hire from Eymet (28km) cycle hire
Carbon road bike hire is available, collected from Bordeaux train station and you can ride back to your holiday villa using part of the old railway line (Roger Lapebie) which is now dedicated to cycling and walking.
Public tennis courts
Tennis courts are located in Monsegur, Saint-Vivien-de-Monségur, Duras and St Sernin de Duras they are usually booked via the tourist information office.
Canoeing and kayaking
Canoe hire is available on the rivers. The river Dropt winds through the valley with a slow flow on it, whilst the Dordogne river at Sainte Foy La Grande has a faster pace and has plenty of canoe hire opportunities.
There are pay and play golf courses within the area, the best being the beautiful Chateau Des Vigiers Golf and Country Club 10km. The chateau dates back to 1597 and is set in 450 acres of stunning countryside. Facilities also include a fine restaurant and a relaxing beauty spa. Golf Les Vigiers – Le Vigier – 24240 Monestier – Tel +33 5 53 61 50 00 – 18 holes superb golf.
Crazy golf and animals! Drinks and snacks. 30km. Facebook page link.
Wildlife park, animals
Parc du Griffon, animals, play areas and snack bar. 26km. www.parcdugriffon.fr/en.html
Ferme Exotique is a fun day out with lots of activities for children. 90km.
Zoo de Bordeaux Pessac is 109km www.zoo-bordeaux-pessac.com
Centre Equestre des Millespieds – 47120 Savignac de Duras – Ph +33 6 12 72 30 83- Nice, family oriented horse and pony riding. English spoken.
Local markets and supermarkets
Most villages and towns hold weekly markets full of fresh and interesting local produce. An ideal place to pick up your holiday mementoes and gifts too.
Sainte Foy La Grande (8km): Every Saturday from 8.30 to 12:00. Big market with excellent producers and winner of “Favourite French Market” in 2014.
Duras (15km): Every Monday from 8.30 to 14:00 (closes at 12:00 from September to June). Nice market with excellent organic fruit and veg, organic goats cheese, foie gras and a selection of other stalls.
Allemans du Dropt (22km): Every Sunday morning.
Monségur (24km): Every Friday from 8.30 to 12. Is a nice small market with a particularly good fish stall.
Issigeac (42km): Every Sunday morning. Extremely popular. Top tip – arrive early!
Eymet (23km): Every Thursday morning. Medieval town.
Both Monsegur and Duras also have vibrant night markets during the peak summer months grab a bite to eat from one of the stalls and enjoy your food with a drink at one of the bars. There’s usually musical entertainment which creates a lively atmosphere.
Duras (15km): Thursday evening
Lévignac de Guyenne (21km) : Friday evening
Monsegur (24km): Wednesday evening
(Opening times may vary, especially on public holidays)
5km, Large E.Leclerc Hyper market in Pineuilh near Sainte Foy la Grande. GPS: 44.826719, 0.219504
14km, Carrefour Contact supermarket – just out of Duras on the direction of Sainte Foy La Grande. Small but very well stocked (includes English section). Open from 8 am to 8 pm nonstop from Mondays to Saturdays. Sundays from 9 am to 1 pm. GPS: 44.678160, 0.189631