The creation of the guest rooms by Philippe and Chantal Miecaze, owners of the estate since 2007, is one of the flagship features of the estate, which can’t leave anyone indifferent: I have fallen for their charm!
The typical white stone of Bordeaux, alcoves, ancient columns, balconies . . . All was renovated during long months of work to restore all the character of this fine house, and the least that can be said is that the operation has succeeded.
Winner of the “Best of d’Or” prize in 2015 in the “Accommodation” category, Château Léognan welcomes visitors throughout the year and offers five rooms, including one master suite, all specially converted in one of the wings of the château. Nothing has been left to chance in the conversion of the rooms, and each has its own signature. With the refined decoration, soothing colours for some rooms and bracing colours for others, I can choose between the family suite “Seurin” with its violet and pink floral colours, the “Garance” room with its invigorating ambience, completely transparent, the “Faustine” and its tangy and sparkling theme, or “Bérénice” with its romantic and generous feel. But I finally go for “Capucine”, attracted by its bucolic, country style and colourful atmosphere.