Relax in a comfortable room with a private bath & entrance in a renovated farmhouse situated in the midst of rolling hills, vineyards and a seasonally-changing palette of an unspoiled countryside, with charming French villages nearby.
It's a peaceful and quiet retreat. Two twin beds can be put together for a queen, night stands, reading lamp, desk and chair, Wi-Fi, antique armoire, electric wall heater for chilly nights, original art, gorgeous bucolic views through the French doors across gently rolling hills to the east. The views are truly spectacular and it's a perfect location, close to Eauze, Norgao, Cazaubon, Barboton-les-Thermes, Estang and other villages. Guests have outside space under a hundred year old oak tree to sit and relax as well as terrace space both with tables and chairs.
Directions - From Eauze take D626 3 km. to D30, turn left towards Campagne d'Armagnac, Réans, Estang. Travel 8 km, turn right at cow barn, small wall with Aux Arbeils, Maignan signs. Turn right at first road. Aux Arbeils is the first house. From Barbotan-les-Thermes head east towards Eauze on the N524. 6km to Cutxan. Turn right at Marguestau, Campagne d'Armagna. Stay right past church, 3 km to T in road. Turn left towards Ayzieu. At main crossroads, D30, turn right. At second bollard turn right at cow barn, follow previous directions. From Estang, D30, head east 6 km. Turn left after Domaine de Saoubis, organic winery. You'll see cow barn and small stone wall. Follow other directions. from cow barn.
I have 2 cats, so I do not accept animals. Smoking is not allowed indoors.
Please post a profile and photo before requesting a reservation. Along with your request I’d appreciate knowing more about you and why you are visiting this part of France. Please ask any questions. I am a writer and love living here because of the peace and tranquility. I appreciate my privacy and will respect yours. If you will let me know what you need and expect in advance, I will try and accommodate that as best I can.
Retired architectural, interior & landscape designer, caterer, currently a writer for Bonjour Paris. I've been writing a blog for 7 years about living in the southwest of France, having moved from Seattle, Washington. I own a tour company, French Country Adventures, offering gourmet market tours and cooking classes in Gascony and the Pays Basque, specializing in regional & vegetarian cuisine.