Stay on a Vineyard in France – B&Bs, self-catering Gites, Hotels and Guest Houses – for your French vineyard holiday accommodation

updated: January 2, 2020

Ch Franc Grace Dieu

Ch Franc Grace Dieu

Stay on a vineyard in France. Established in 2015 by a former wine merchant working with vineyards across France), aims to be the first place to find holiday accommodation on the vineyards of France. Our listings include gites, cottages, apartments, bed and breakfast. hotels and guest houses on French vineyards,. These range from small, modest family domaines to some of the finest Chateaux in the fine wine regions of France. In addition to finding the vineyard accommodation we try to tell you something about the wine and the local area.

We currently list [cat_count id=29] B&Bs/Chambres d’Hôte, [cat_count id= 30] Gites/Self-catering villas and apartments and [cat_count id=74] Hotels/Guest Houses.

Between 2017 and 2019 over 1,600 bookings were made through the site with over 17,000 website visitors from 148 countries in 2019!

Stay on a vineyard in France  -we feature nearly 200 vineyards and amongst our most popular destinations have been:

with many destinations in other wine regions including Alsace, Provence and South West France.

or select by accommodation type

hotels/guest houses, B&Bs, self-catering cottages/apartments

With many properties you can book online and pay in your own language and currency. For others you contact the vineyard direct.

For the winemaker the provision  of holiday accommodation (originally in Gites in vacant properties) is part of a move to grow wine tourism (oenetourisme) and is a way to diversify their business and provide something of a buffer when the grape harvest is poor due to climate or disease. Today many winemakers see accommodation as a key part of their business and many work hard to provide quality accommodation and amenities together with a warm welcome.

For the visitor this is an ideal opportunity to meet the winemaker, visit the wine cellar, taste and buy the wine at farmgate prices and learn more about particular wine, where the grapes are grown and the “terroir” – that elusive concept of place, climate, people and tradition.


Filed under: on a working Vineyard, Wine Regions

updated: January 2, 2020