We’re pleased to announce our guesthouse “La Maison de Léo” is now open – offering you a unique opportunity to spend a night in the heart of our estate and make the most of our tours and themed workshops.
A lovely suite for 2 has been created in one of our 18th century buildings, often sketched by the artist-archaeologist, Léo Drouyn. As a draughtsman for the Historical Monuments Commission, and native of our region, Drouyn came to stay in Roquefort several times. Under the spell of the estate’s unique charm, he produced over a hundred drawings from 1880 to 1890.
You’ll stay in a suite tastefully decorated by the ‘lady of the house’ and furnished with period pieces unearthed in the region’s antique shops and flea markets. There’s a private sitting room including a large fireplace, sofa, armchairs and desk, a cosy bedroom with a comfy double bed and an adjoining bathroom with a bathtub, double sink and toilet.
Breakfast is served in the private sitting room.
Our staff is at your disposal with suggestions to round out your stay, ranging from tours to themed workshops, and in particular a cooking class, followed by lunch by our chef Olivier Straelhi. And Clémence will be sure to give you a list of ‘musts’ to see and do while in the Entre-deux-Mers!