In the east wing of the house, five guest rooms, including one downstairs, , have been fitted out as genuine invitations to laziness, in a range of soft and gentle shades.
With a view of the South and the Pyrenees, city walls, and a bicentennial linden tree, each of the rooms has a study space with a desk and a very large bathroom with a bath. Guests have free access to the downstairs lounges.
You are invited to enjoy a teatime treat or an aperitif in one of the lounges or in the garden on arrival.
Breakfast will be served in one of the South lounges – or in the garden on sunny days – the first moment of indulgence of the day. Served in beautiful ceramics made in Lectoure, it features fresh and local products.
A swimming pool will soon be available to add the possibility of cooling off on hot summer days.
Minimum 2 nights stay.
Possibility of treatments and massages with prior reservation.
Restaurants in Lectoure and the surrounding area will welcome you for dinner.
Light lunches or picnic baskets can be booked in advance to be taken in the dining room or the garden on certain days of the week.
We have taken the decision not to install air-conditioning in line with our policy of eco-responsible renovation of the building, whose tick stone walls and interior shutters keep the rooms cool.
The rooms don’t have TV but have a free Wi-Fi access.