La Maison de Sebea
In the heart of the historic district of Bordeaux, four apartments available to rent within the same building, giving you the possibility to stay in a group from 2 to 20 people, the number of people accommodated being flexible according to the number of apartments rented. Offering a colourful, modern environment, with high quality services, (large screen TVs, cinema surround-sound, French and American billiards, English pool) designer furniture and spacious living rooms.
The "El Patio" apartment, situated on the ground floor, offers you two terraces and a jacuzzi swim spa, in which you can enjoy swimming, even in winter, in water at 38°. Better than a swimming pool, as it also has two massage seats for your enjoyment.
In the "Esprit Zen" apartment you can enjoy a Turkish bath for 4-5 people. You'll be really taken by this Turkish bath in tadelackt (Moroccan lime plaster), created by Sebastian Navarro, a craftsman and artist in wood and tadelackt.
Additional services are available to enrich your stay and well-being - parking, a chef, hairdresser or massage at the apartment, baby-sitting and ironing services.
Temporary exhibitions of photos, sculptures or paintings are offered throughout the year with the possibility to purchase anything that takes your fancy directly from the artist.
The aim is to let you discover Bordeaux in the most agreeable, modern and comfortable manner possible.
Sebéa house is a 3 storey 19th century ashlar limestone building in Bordeaux, full of charm, with a stone rotunda, an interior courtyard and car park. The exterior walls of the building were restored at the end of 2011.
Geographically the apartments are well placed for discovering the city of Bordeaux by foot. The most animated and fashionable districts are close by (from a few hundred meters to 20 minutes on foot). If you're tired, you can always return using the tramway, the bus or by bicycle "Vcub". The city is more and more attractive architecturally, with lively districts, trendy restaurants, and many activities available. Discover Bordeaux by night, the city is livelier from Thursday night through the weekend, and certain sections are well known to night owls, such as the wine bars, restaurants which serve late and the nightclubs of the Quai du Paludate and the Quai Bacalan.