Situated in the middle of the renowned Madiran wine region and overlooked by chateau de Crouseilles, the property was a Bearnais farm and is set amongst the vineyards at Crouseilles. Local events include the Marciac Jazz Festival (half an hour drive), skiing in the Pyrenees (mountain walks in summer), or a longer drive to the Atlantic coast. During the summer months, the spectacle of Course Landaise can be seen at many nearby locations.
Lourdes is 64 Kilometres distant (about an hours pretty drive). Spain is about one and a half hours drive as is Biarritz.
Fresh seasonal produce is offered from our kitchen garden if and when available.
Your hosts are Undine and Bill who have travelled extensively and use their experiences to ensure your stay is one to remember.
The main house is a typical Bearn farmhouse built in 1822. The gite is part of the old barn and was extensively modernised in 2010.
Ambiance of calm predominates here.
You are in the only gite on the property.
The attractive buildings and the calm atmosphere in this rural setting looking out over the vineyards, with Pic du Midi de Bigorre in the far distance.