- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Bed Linen Not Included
- A fully-equipped roulotte for self-catering stays with own kitchen and en-suite facilities
- Lots of facilities on site including a swimming pool
- The owners' horses and donkeys will be among your neighbours
The Owner Says
The fully equipped kitchen corner has crockery, sponge, filter coffee maker, kettle, microwave and two hotplates. We also provide you with dishwashing liquid and a cloth. You also have your own barbecue outside. You also have your own toilet and shower.
Each of our trailers are organised on various levels on the hill, with 15 to 20 meters in between (50 to 65 feet).
We have various activities available on site: heated swimming and paddling pool, outside spa, sauna, fishing; as well as in the surroundings: mountain bike, hiking on The Way of Saint James, jogging routes, horse-riding.
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Features & FacilitiesEvery accommodation type is a self-enclosed space with a shower room and washroom, an excellently equipped kitchen and a living and sleeping space (all bedding and linen provided). All guests have full access to a swimming pool, shared Jacuzzi, shared sauna (book from €9) and hammocks for use, while some of the tree-cabins have their own private Jacuzzis on their verandas too. A lake (with inflatable canoes and kayaks for use) and fishing permitted. There's a playground for children. Horses and ponies to pet, plus free range hens.
This is a rural location, so it's light on big museums and attractions, but awash with excellent walking routes and quite roads for cycling. The surrounding towns – Auch, Mirande, Bassoues, Tillac – all have weekly markets and intriguing histories in their own right and a dotting of ancient churches and monuments, while the dungeon and 14th century castle in Bassoues (20km) is well worth a visit. To make the most of the vast open countryside, have a nose around the pamphlets in the campsite reception, with info on canoeing and kayaking, pony-trekking and tree-top adventures in the local forest park.
Food & Drink
Reception shop stocked with the basics (including ice-cream) and a small bar selling beer, wine, champagne and soft drinks (10am–7pm). Meal baskets are available for your kitchen; specialties include foie gras, lentils and duck cassoulet, goat cheese, apple and rhubarb pie and fondant for dessert. It's 5km to L'Isle-de-Noé where the magnificent riverside château hosts restaurant Le Tic Tic gascon (05 6206 4622) in the courtyard – guests eat under a light canopy in the open air. Well worth a visit (10am–11pm; meals are around €13).
The nearest train station is in Auch, from where it is a ½-hour drive or taxi journey.