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We have a guest suite attached to the Château (main house & winery) with its own entrance that we rent out on Airbnb. Wake up to an oasis of tranquility with beautiful views, surrounded by a plethora of gourmet and cultural opportunities.

The guest suite (apartment) is the original farmhouse from the time of Napoleon. It is spacious and bright with beautiful views, a charming kitchen, a large living room with a fold out sofa and a separate bedroom with a king size bed. Decorated in French country antiques and charm it also is up to date with modern amenities and a newly remodeled bathroom with a full-sized shower.

You can enjoy outdoor dining on the front patio, and walk the gardens, woods and vineyards. The house and apartment is in the middle of our property - almost seven acres of vines, fruit trees, woods and gardens.

A great base to explore the surrounding famed wine regions of Bordeaux like St. Emilion and Sauternes and some lovely castles in the area like Chateau de Roquetaillade or Château de Cazeneuve. And don't forget, the famous painter, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's Summer home, Château Malromé, is our neighbor!
For more photos,  information and to book, please go to our Airbnb page.

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Here’s what you might experience while you’re here during the year...

  • January - “Taille” or pruning the vines.  Coquille St. Jaques (fresh scallops) in season!
  • February - Fixing posts and wires in the vineyard.
  • March - “Pliage” - tie down the pruned vines to the wires and bottling previous vintage.  Enjoy fresh oysters from Arcachon Bay.
  • April - Spring!  Planting veggie garden, everything blooming (cherry blossoms, apple trees, Wisteria).   Mowing, lots of village “vide-greniers”  (yard sales) and hoping it doesn’t freeze or hail.  Lovely white asparagus in the market and the first strawberries of the season.
  • May - Shoot thinning in the vineyard.  Make strawberry jam from the market and cherry jam from our trees.
  • June & July -  Marche nocturnes:  Night markets are like pop-up dinners to enjoy in small towns around the area.  Dubbed “our favorite restaurant” with food and wine sold by the producers themselves.  So much fun!
  • August - The whole of France goes on vacation.  Relax and watch the grapes ripen, remove leaves, maybe do a green harvest to reduce the yield.  Hunt for wild mushrooms (cepes and chanterelles).
  • September - Le rentrée (back to school).  Harvest whites, enjoy Arcachon oysters again, begin to pick apples and pears.
  • October - Harvest reds.  Apples, tomatoes & veggie garden in full swing.
  • November - Fermentation ends.  Put wine to barrel.
  • December - Cozy up by the fire and enjoy the holidays.
Love Notes
Anne from Norway
April 2019
“We loved staying here with our two years old daughter. Everything is charming...The garden and the area around the chateau is beautiful and quiet...It’s a great place to stay, and it’s within a relatively short driving distance to Bordeaux, St. Emilion etc.”
Pippa from England
October 2018
“This is the best Airbnb I’ve ever stayed at (and I’ve stayed at many)! If I could give it more than 5* I would... If you want a memorably lovely stay with memorably lovely people, this is your place.”
Marg from Canada
October 2018
“We loved this Airbnb. It was an amazing location where you lived in history. The apartment was clean, spacious and peaceful. The hosts (Steve and Diana) are super friendly and make you extremely comfortable.”
Carl from Tucson, AZ
September 2018
“Our Chateau La Corne experience far exceeded my anticipations….The beautiful pictures featured in the Airbnb listing are even more spectacular as you view them from the patio with a glass of wine in hand.  Diana and Steve are generous, knowledgeable hosts intent on providing the perfect balance of extending privacy along with wonderful recommendations for sites nearby…”
Jennifer from Oakland, CA
August 2018
“This place is a dream. It's off the beaten path, on a working vineyard, and has the kindest hosts...The only problem is the location is so stunning, you don't want to leave! “
Nicole from Boston, MA
August 2018
“A fantastic time to be had in this great home! Lovely scenery, fabulous hosts and tons of wine and charm in the area…”
Kathrin from Germany
September 2018
“Château la Corne lies beautifully on top of a hill in the middle of the vineyards.... You can sit outside in the lovely yard and enjoy the views and quietness. But the best is having Diana and Steve as hosts: So in short: we really recommend Château La Corne!”
Lucy from England
July 2018
“Steve and Diana's farmhouse and vineyard is absolutely stunning… The views and surrounding countryside is very beautiful and peaceful. The apartment is lovely, private and very spacious...There are bustling market towns all around and beautiful villages to see and Bordeaux is just a short train ride away. We would highly recommend a visit to Ch. La Corne.”
Jeff from Tucson, AZ
April 2018
“Our stay at Chateau La Corne was simply wonderful and we highly recommend it! It is in a great location, hidden far off the main road, on a hill with spectacular views, surrounded by vineyards. It is the kind of setting that inspires you to write a novel, paint the scenery, or compose music!”