Meeting room with view of the Garonne
An 18th-century-inspired 48 m2 living room with parquet floor, majestic fireplace, 3m high ceilings, large exterior windows, balconies, view of La Garonne & air conditioning.
Capacity - meeting format : 14 people Capacity - workshop format : 24 people
65-inch HDMI TV on mobile stand Meeting tables and chairs Racks and hangers Flipchart
This former private mansion was built at the end of the 18th century. Recently renovated, it has been home to a coworking and event space since 2013. The building boasts 1,600m2 of floor space on 4 floors, including a unique reception area on the 2nd floor with balconies, views over the Garonne, antique parquet flooring, majestic fireplaces and high ceilings. Previously, the building housed the private apartments of Consul Joseph Fenwick, as well as stores and offices. After the First World War, the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique bought it and occupied it for sixty years. Today, it is listed on the supplementary inventory of historic monuments and is part of the Héméra area in Bordeaux.
Refund of 50% until 7 day before the ride