A LITTLE CORNER OF PARADISE
Alongside our week-long 'cycling and wine tasting' experiences, we also offer accommodation in Secret Pyrenees on a bed and breakfast basis.
We have three rooms and a bell tent on offer. All of the bedrooms are en-suite and have a maximum capacity of two people. The bell tent has its own private bathroom situated at the main house.
Named after the Ossau Valley, this room with its exposed beams and stone walls, super king-sized bed (possible to make into a twin), ensuite bathroom and stunning views will appeal to cyclist enthusiasts thanks to the little things that make a cyclist smile. It can be co-joined to Aspe next door.
This light and airy room is named after the Aspe Valley and follows a 'skiing' theme. You'll be sleeping on a super comfortable King Sized bed (160cm x 200cm).
The room overlooks the gardens and has a panoramic view of the hills of the Jurancon. It's next door to Ossau on the first floor - so ideal for families taking both rooms.
Named after the Baretous Valley, this is our largest room. Situated on the ground floor, it sports a 'trail running' theme. With its stained glass window, dual aspect, exposed stone walls and Super King sized bed (complete with mattress topper), you'll not be disappointed. The bathroom is tiled in natural stone with an Italian walk-in shower. The beds can also be separated to make a twin room.
A place of peace and tranquillity, Kruger is a 30m2 bell tent situated on a large wooden deck overlooking the hills of the Jurnancon. Complete with an adjoining kitchenette and WC, it's furnished in the same manner as the bedrooms in the main house - but your neighbours are the birds and the bees.
INFORMATION AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Get access to our comprehensive digital guidebook that you can download to the home screen of your phone. Our favourite restaurants, hikes or cycle routes are all in there.
If you have any burning questions, then please don't hesitate to get in touch. But otherwise, do check the Frequently Asked Questions below - just in case we have the answer.
Sadly not. We have a lovely dog (called Sprite) whose presence already makes our three cats, two guinea pigs and a rabbit feel somewhat stressed. Any more would be too much! 😏
We don't have a dedicated kitchen for guests (yet). However, we make tea and a Nespresso coffee maker permanently available, a microwave to reheat food and a fridge. We also provide glasses, cutlery and plates for eating on the terrace or in the porch.
In the village, there is a restaurant open 6 days a week, a small supermarket, a tea salon, a pizzeria, a pizza food truck (Wednesdays and Fridays) and two bakeries.
Yes we do - but only as part of our all-inclusive cycling tour packages in the summer. Sadly juggling feeding our children doesn't allow us the opportunity to cater for our guests as often as we'd like. 😞
Nope - you can use the pool whenever you want within reason. You obviously share the pool with us and the other guests. But you should know that the pool is open from June until the end of September.
Unless they're over 12, we're afraid not. We have two young girls ourselves, so we appreciate how hard it can be to find suitable accommodation for families. However, we like to think of Secret Pyrenees as a haven of peace and tranquillity - something that adults are better at providing than our young offspring.
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