Nous serons heureux de vous accueillir au "Clos de l'Orangerie" maison ancienne au coeur historique de la ville. Le portail franchi, vous pénétrez dans le patio ensoleillé et fleuri dont vous pourrez profiter. Donnant sur le patio, l'entrée privative avec table de bistro et chaises conduit à votre chambre qui communique directement avec votre salle d'eau (douche, toilettes, lavabo). On propose un petit déjeuner gourmand (6€ par pers.) ou brunch complet (12€ par pers.) à régler sur place.
“Wonderful room that is separate from the main house so feels like an apartment. Heaps of character. Annick is a great host providing loads of tips of where to eat, drink etc which we found very useful. She also makes a delicious and good value breakfast with several homemade bits, yoghurt and jams, and tasty coffee. A real taste of Condom life while maintaining privacy. Would 100% recommend to all!! Thanks Annick!”
Maison datant du 18ème siècle, entièrement rénovée qui vous assurera repos, décontraction et cocooning. Extérieur avec barbecue devant la maison et jardin aménagé à 50 mètres, avec magnifique vue dégagée (sans vis à vis). Les lieux se situent à équidistance de Lectoure, Fleurance, Condom ( env 10 min).
“We had a glorious few days in Vanessa's gorgeous house in a sweet village. The place is beautifully designed and decorated and was so much bigger than we expected. We had everything we needed and more (even a very friendly cat who kept us company!). We were very comfortable and found communication with Vanessa excellent as she called to welcome us and responded to any messages immediately. We would love to stay again one day.”
Very comfortable converted cowshed in the heart of the Gers. Closed to many sites of interest (Lectoure, Condom, La Romieu, Abbaye de Flaran, Auch, etc) and activity centres (golf, VTT, rambling, swimming pool complex, etc)
“WOW! This place was gorgeous, and so convenient to all the tiny villages in the Gascogne. I love the juxtaposition of the ancient stone walls and the modern update. The stairs were pretty scary at first, but within a few days we were running up and down like goats on a mount side. The only things I would add is a night light in the bathroom, as the stairs need to be at least outlined in the dark, and maybe a box of kleenex. Otherwise, we had a fridge, microwave, coffee machine, hair dryer, parking space, clothes line, and access to a washing machine, which we didn't bother with. No AC of course, but a fan should be able to take care of any really hot nights. We did OK without in the beginning of AUG. We just left the windows open and insects were not a problem, tho several did come in. Our hosts were amazing, providing a continental breakfast, hiking maps, an evening visit with them and their daughter, recommendations for local restaurants, and a ticket for breakfast at a duck farm. Our favorite thing to do so far was the 4 hour lunch and lecture at the duck farm (Terre Blanche), where we had a breakfast with bread, wine, coffee, cake and 4 types of pate. Then we saw the feeding of the ducks, and watched a dressing and cut up a fresh liver and tested a piece right there and then. It was the last bite of pate that did us in. Delicious, but way too rich to eat 4 kinds at once. Other local delights included the village of Lectoure with several great restaurants and the best hiking. Do Lectoure hike No. 1, though the last bit is very steep as you reclimb to the village. I would go again. It was charming!”