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Reviewed 11 July 2015

We arrived at 18:30. We hadn’t heard from Sebastian since months ago when we booked, even though BF and I both had emailed him in the time since. So we weren’t even sure if he would be there. But Sebastian greeted us inside. We only stayed 2 nights, and we weren’t there for much more than sleeping. We stayed in the winter room because of the king size bed it had. Note, it's 2 twins pushed together, not a true king. The bathroom was nice and big with a separate shower and large claw foot tub. The bedroom had an enormous armoire on one side of the room, two chairs facing the front window with a large coffee table, and a small child’s bed in the corner. The size of this room was impressive. The outdoor space was nice, as was the dinning room. The breakfast Sebastian provided was really nice, awesome actually, with jams, croissants, baguettes, yogurt, strawberries, coffee, and orange juice. And our 2nd night there we had dinner which included a fabulous caprese salad and duck.

There were a few things though that bothered us about the whole experience. First and foremost: the lack of communication. I tried to email him about dinner, telling him I was vegetarian and wondering if he could make a dinner that worked around that, and BF did the same also. We never heard from him. He said he never got our emails about it, but if he didn’t, then it’s because he also said he no longer has a computer so has to do everything on his phone, which for running a business seems pretty hard to do. Which led to me having to eat duck for dinner, which I wasn’t entirely happy about (I of course could have not eaten, but then I’d be starving). There was also loud music at night, as Sebastian also had some friends staying there. There was no lock on our door, which led to BF being uncomfortable about leaving our stuff there since we couldn’t lock it. The bed was actually uncomfortable. Could definitely feel the springs. BF didn’t care for the fact that Sebastian hung out with us all through dinner, which was kinda awkward, as was the conversation. And just fyi: he does have a cat, just in case you have allergies.

The experience was ok, but we were expecting more. We wouldn’t do it again, although I wish Sebastian all the best.

Room tip: Winter room was huge!
Date of stay: June 2015
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Thank Eebs1985
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Reviewed 11 September 2014

Logis de Lestiac is not a hotel... It s like home at the countryside ! My wife and I spent one week there in order to buy wine. It s very well located middle of the vineyards and close to many beautiful villages with good restaurants (all types of budget). At the end, we spent more time chilling at the swimming pool than visiting the area - as the garden is delightful and the atmosphere very friendly and relax (tasteful furniture, very good music, peaceful location). We were treated as if we were family - and I will definitely return there as it is the perfect retreat for reading, writing, resting ... and visiting a beautiful region. Highly recommended for those who are looking for a secret romantic 18th century home - with contemporary way of living !

Room tip: Chateau d Hiver is the bigger one with a fireplace that works. Though we ve chosen Grenier d Automne, with a little desk for work and view on the beautiful garden and church.
Date of stay: September 2014
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3  Thank Jim M
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Reviewed 14 April 2014

We stayed here for two nights whilst attending a wedding at a nearby chateau. We were welcomed by Sebastian with a glass of wine and a tour of the house (as the other guests hadn't yet arrived). All rooms are beautifully and individually decorated and furnished. We opted for the Nid D'Ete at the front of the house - light & airy with a massive four-poster bed and newly renovated bathroom. Very comfortable. Continental breakfast was good - try the homemade jams! Our only regret was that we didn't have time to take advantage of the swimming pool. Would definitely visit again.

Merci, Sebastian, for your hospitality!

Date of stay: April 2014
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1  Thank Alex-and-Carly
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Reviewed 17 October 2013

We really enjoyed our stay here. The rooms are eclectic and beautiful and Sebastian has clearly spent a lot of time and effort on the decor - it was a mix of historic and cool. The food was lovely and although Sebastian was not there when we visited we were very nicely looked after by the housekeeper.
It is a lovely home and the nearby villages are cute to visit.

Date of stay: September 2013
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Thank ivalee9
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Reviewed 21 September 2013

My husband and I traveled to the Bordeaux area recently with 2 other adults and stayed in this lovely home with Sebastian as our host. The home is even more beautiful than the pictures show. It's spotlessly clean, decorated and furnished beautifully, and very comfortable. Our room and the room of those we traveled with was very large, and included a very large and modern bathroom as well. Sebastian, the owner and host, is extremely hospitable and friendly and enjoys getting to know his guests. He provides a large, fabulous breakfast each morning, including French croissants that he picks up at the bakery early each day so that they're straight from the oven. Dinner is also an option, if you wish, which we did one evening and it was quite a treat. Sebastian loves to cook and had prepared a 4 course dinner, plus wine, for us ... very delicous and at a great price of 35E each. He does a lot to add to the ambiance of the home ... in the evening there was always a fire going in the fireplace and there were candles lit all around the house. There was usually nice music playing in the background and the smell of something yummy cooking in the kitchen, as well. The back yard is beautiful, as well, and there is patio furniture to sit and enjoy a glass of wine in the evening or coffee in the morning. Lestiac is about 30 min. from Bordeaux and in the mist of the wine country. There were many vineyards nearby. We had a wonderful time staying in Sebastian's home and would recommend it to anyone traveling to this part of France.

Room tip: We stayed in Autumn and Winter, both very large and beautiful bedrooms with attatched bathrooms that are modern and large as well. Both beds were large, queen and king sized. Both room are on the second floor, as are all of the bedrooms.
Date of stay: September 2013
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1  Thank Anne H
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