When we restored our beautiful farmhouse we named it Beau Séjour which means beautiful stay. This is exactly what we will do our utmost to ensure that you experience when you visit us in this wonderful wine growing area. We are passionate about our region, its wine and the cuisine of the south west of France and we like nothing better than to share our home with our guests. Our home has all the comfort you will expect and our cooking receives high praise. 2014is the third successive year that Beau Séjour has been ranked in the top 3 Bed and Breakfasts in France by TripAdvisor. Thank you to all our guests. Please do visit our web site for the finer details.
5 on December 09, 2013
Très bon accueil des propriétaires de cette grande demeure du bordelais La maîtresse de maison offre un verre de vin en guise de bienvenue. Le petit déjeuner mérite le détour : pain, viennoiserie, confiture, jus de fruit, fromage, charcuterie les chambres spacieuses et confortables Nous avions hâte de faire découvrir à notre famille Beau Séjour. Nous avons retrouvé avec grand plaisir les hôtes de cette grande demeure du bordelais, Maureen et Jon; un couple charmant et chaleureux, qui vous font vous sentir très à l'aise dès l'instant où vous passez leur porte. La maîtresse de maison nous a offert un verre de vin en guise de bienvenue, et pour fêter nos retrouvailles. Nos trois chambres, spacieuses et très confortables, nous ont permis d’apprécier le calme environnant. Quant aux salles de bains, c’est le grand luxe et surtout d’une propreté irréprochable. Après un thé et de goûteuses pâtisseries « maison », traditionnellement offert par Maureen, nous avons apprécié les judicieux conseils pour visiter la région et organiser quelques dégustations. Nous avons mêmes découvert un charmant restaurant dans les environs ….abandonnant pour une soirée la table généreuse et conviviale de Beau Séjour. Maureen met tout sn savoir faire pour gâter ses convives et elle y réussit à merveille. Le petit déjeuner mérite le détour : pain, viennoiserie, confiture, jus de fruit, fromage, charcuterie etc.…. Tous les produits issus pour la plupart de l’agriculture raisonnée, sont cuisinés, sur place, par la maîtresse de maison. Jon est un parfait sommelier et veille au bien-être de chacun… Tout ceci pour vous dire…que nous reviendrons….et que nous vous encourageons à séjourner à Beau Séjour
5 on March 26, 2013
We stayed at Beau Sejour for a short winter break in February. The house is full of character and has been very sympathetically and tastefully restored by the present owners into by far the best B&B Chambre d'Hotes we have ever stayed in. The rooms are extremely comfortable, clean and well appointed, we stayed in Chambre Rouge which was incredibly spacious and yet felt cosy and warm in the frosty weather. We were shown the other bedrooms and they were equally well furnished and comfortable. Jon and Maureen are splendid hosts, who take genuine pleasure in meeting their guests and sharing their experience and knowledge of this lovely area. They are happy to arrange excursions to places of local interest and advise on places to visit, nothing was too much trouble. Maureen is an accomplished cook, who takes a real pride in using the highest quality local produce to create wonderfully tasty meals, we ate with them on several occasions and were never disappointed. Jon's extensive knowledge of the local wines was put to good use, he served a different wine with each course that complimented the dish perfectly. Breakfasts were substantial to say the least, Maureen's homemade preserves and breakfast cakes were delicious. In all we had a wonderfully restorative break and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We are certainly planning a return visit - can't recommend Beau Sejour and Jon and Maureen highly enough.
4.4 on July 17, 2012
Thank you Maureen & Jon. A magical stay. Guide to exploring the region - outstanding. Evening meals superb. Highly recommend this establishment Allan & Miriam, Brisbane, Australia
Bergerac is about 60 minutes, Bordeaux is only 40 minutes, Saint Emilion is only 15 minutes, The Atlantic coast is just over 60 minutes, Countryside, Village, Wine country
Bordeaux, France (BOD-Merignac)
Bordeaux and Bergerac are our nearest airports. Bordeaux Merignac is only 40 minutes and Bergerac 1 hour Please see our website for detailed directions
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Historical Cities of Bordeaux and Saint Emilion, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Wine Tasting arranged, Wine Tasting arranged, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Homestay, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Other, Cottage
Board games, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Washer/dryer , Terraces with loungers, Afternoon Tea & Wine is offered: 16.30-1800, All rooms have private, modern bathrooms, Large country garden
Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Wine Tasting arranged, Wine Tasting arranged, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Maureen and Jon
We are passionate about this beautiful part of France with its wine, cuisine and architecture.
Generous buffet with home made produce
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Cuisine of the south west of France
The cooking at Beau Séjour marries the tradition of french provincial cookery with modern influences. There are specialities of the house and of the region but always the emphasis is placed on quality of the produce and the pleasure of eating. Our menus follow the seasons and we are fortunate to live surrounded by vineyards which produce very good wine. Our village is in the heart of the entre-deux-mers an historic wine growing area close to Saint Emilion, Pomerol and the Medoc