Located in Lot-et-Graonne, Ambrus Castle is a magnificent ensemble of buildings, the oldest of which date back to the 13th century. It has been completely renovated with exquisite taste and perfectly maintained by its owners who gather regularly as a family.
The castle is vast, with its 1400 m2 and can comfortably accommodate 20 adults in 14 rooms
The park has a large swimming pool and a tennis court.
Privatization: Only masters of the place, you will feel at home in Ambrus with family or friends in an atmosphere conducive to relaxation and sharing.
Castle life: Make a game of tennis in the park, swim in the pool, relax in the shade of large trees in hammocks or chairs, sample the local cuisine, and end the day in deep armchairs lounges or pool table enjoying a glass Floc de Gascogne ... And small, distractions abound: sandpit, trampoline, swings, soccer goals, tennis ...
Discover the city of Agen, the hills of Gascony, the country houses of the Lot et Garonne and the architectural, cultural and gastronomic Aquitaine.
The Lot et Garonne is halfway between the two cities in the South West of France, Bordeaux and Toulouse, a step between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. This is a generous land, sunny and welcoming, with a varied and developed organic farming, a land covered with orchards, producing the famous Agen prunes, vineyards (the wines of Buzet), tomato plants (tomato Marmande), melons, strawberries ... This is a friendly area to live well and eat well.
River tourism is developed with its 200 km of waterways. The greenway Canal Garonne borrows the dyke and the old towpath of the canal, 87 km from a 100% natural track, away from motorized traffic.
It is also the richest department in houses. These medieval villages were founded by the French and the English in a period or Agen was a land issue between the two parties. Some of them, despite the vicissitudes traversed the centuries, preserved some beautiful remains. This will particularly admire the beautiful walls of Vianne and the majestic doors of Villeneuve-sur-Lot. We plunge into the intimacy of small squares framed covered in Monflanquin Castillonnès or Lamontjoie. We find the atmosphere of medieval markets in the magnificent hall of Villereal. Finally we discover old half-timbered houses in Sérignac, Caudecoste, Granges, Laparade, Francescas ... Remember also to relax the spa at Casteljaloux!