Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Barsac, Chateau de Camperos is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants, Chateau de Camperos makes it easy to enjoy the best of Barsac.
Chateau de Camperos is a romantic bed and breakfast offering a flat screen TV and extra long beds in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The bed and breakfast features a chapel and a sun terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Barsac. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you are looking for a good French restaurant, you may want to check out La Table du Boucher or Les Bles D'Or while staying at Chateau de Camperos.
Chateau de Camperos is sure to make your visit to Barsac one worth remembering.
This is our second stay at the chateau camperos and was as welcoming as the first time. We went to the jacuzzi to relax a few minutes just before Brigitte prepared us some very nice local dinner. The beef with herbs and the blueberry sorbet simply amazing. All in a beautiful chateau setting. Paul has a great sense of humor and was very nice to the children. Thank you both once again!
Chateau Camperos is owned and operated by the ever-so-accommodating Paul and Brigitte. Their chateau is a delight..full of small rooms stuffed with unique objects from around the world. The bedrooms are old-fashioned elegance, and very comfortable. We appreciated the pool and sauna at the end of a long day..and the breakfast is to die for. The pastries were fresh and warm, the eggs done to perfection. The chateau is a short walk to the small village and a short drive to Cadillac where there is a wonderful Saturday market. Thank you, Paul and Brigitte for a wonderful long weekend.
We were fortunate to stay with Paul and Brigitte for two nights. We were amazed by the chateau, which largely features original decor including intricate tilework, carved fireplaces, beautifully painted ceilings, etc. The common areas including a French billiards room / library were such a pleasure to explore and spend time in, and our room (Angel room) was huge and very comfortable. Paul was very patient with my halting French, and was also happy to switch to English when my French capability occasionally reached its limit. The property is beautiful with lots of huge trees and shade. We enjoyed breakfast as well, which was typical of what we found throughout France -- yogurt bread, charcuterie, cheese, juice, coffee, tea, and eggs if one desired. The location was perfect for exploring Sauternes and Barsac, with all of our planned destinations (chateaux in Sauternes, etc) within a 10 minute drive. Google Maps navigated us there from the Bordeaux airport with no problems. Highly recommended!…
We had a family emergency and the Chateau supported us 100% This shows how they have a real passion and heart for their guests We will return next year and recommend to all our friends. Our sincerest thanks
We stayed two nights in Chateau de Camperos and enjoyed the atmosphere in the castle. Very good cuisine and phantastic personal service. Can recommend to everyone conditioned you like long dinners. Reasonable priced wines strengthens the total experience.
Very hospitable, friendly people on a perfect location. The Sauternes environments is very tempting. Nice walking opportunities. Had to drive a bit for a restaurant. Large rooms and very high, spacy, clean with a good bathroom.
My wife and I stayed for three nights and had a fantastic visit. The house is absolutely beautiful. The house has been updated only very moderately since it was built around 1870, which makes for a very genuine experience. We found it a good base to explore Sauternes and Saint Emilion. We also drove down to the beach one day. This was a slightly longer drive but still no problem, and very much worth the drive. (Traffic can apparently be very bad during peak high season, though.) We had an excellent dinner at the chateau, and were very well taken care of by the hosts. The place is slightly worn, but more than makes up for it in charm. The pool was a plus for us. We walked to La Table du Boucher in the neighbouring village one night and recommend that as well.
We stayed at Chateau de Camperos for the last two nights of a week's walking holiday, and it proved to be the highlight of our holiday. Paul and Brigette were friendly and extremely welcoming. On arriving after a day's walking they prepared the hot tub for us, out in their lovely garden. The chateau itself is beautiful, old, and interesting, a real treat to stay in. Brigette, of course, is a wonderful cook, and Paul a charming host, so breakfasts and evening meals were a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
We enjoyed the unusual decor and the big rooms. Staying here was a really good experience overall; quite atmospheric in an old chateau in a forest in the middle of winter. This is a small chateau run by a retired couple who provided excellent service, they even opened up the jacuzzi just for us. We chose to have the evening meal and enjoyed it very much. We'll come back if we're ever in the area again.
This is a real 19th Century chateau set in nice grounds a short walk from town. We loved the Moorish-style decoration in the public rooms and we got to eat dinner in a beautiful dining room. Before the meal we were given a glass of the local Barsac, and we had very nice red wine with the meal. All the food was good and plentiful, with the chicken in Sauterne main course particularly good. Paul and Brigitte were kindness itself, and very interesting and entertaining. Even though we had an early start on the day we left, they put on a real spread for breakfast. We had a comfortable, romantic bedroom