A country retreat in the Pyrenees offering glamping and guest rooms for outdoor enthusiasts

Escape. Unwind. Explore.

If you are looking for a special place to stay while exploring the French Pyrenees, you’ve found the right place. Ideally situated between the beaches of Biarritz on the Atlantic coast and the snow-capped mountains of the Pyrenees, you can ski on Saturday and lie on the beach on Sunday.

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“The hosts Tobias and Zayne are incredibly welcoming. Their accommodation is a beautiful little wonderland of flowers and colours and incredible views, and the breakfasts were delicious!! Very comfy super big bed, the whole experience exceeded our expectations!”

Dan and Jane

Our Rooms

We have three rooms, all recently redecorated in Farrow and Balls colours, with en-suite bathrooms, Egyptian cotton linen, white fluffy towels, Flatscreen TV, and best of all, stunning views of the Pyrenean foothills.

Each of our rooms are named after one of our nearby valleys: Ossau, Aspe and Baretous. And because there is so much to do in the Pyrenees for lovers of the Outdoors (and why we moved to this region), we’ve themed each room to one of our passions – skiing, cycling and trail running – activities that you can do aplenty in this beautiful and lush region in the South West of France.

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Top Things To Do

Go running in the Pyrenees Mountains

As Europe's second largest mountain range, the Pyrenees are blessed with some spectacular trails from the GR10 to the Camino de Santiago - all nearly by.

Climb the iconic cols of the Tour de France

From the Col du Tourmelet to the Col d'Aubisque - take your pick. Or test your metal on the hills of the Jurancon.

Go kayaking at the World Class Stade d'Eaux Vives in Pau

Pau is a regular host for the World and European kayaking champs and tipped to be the location for the 2024 Olympic Games.


Sitting on the edge of one of the 12 International Dark Sky Reserves, the stars at night are something to be seen.

Swim in our pool

We have a 12x6 pool for you to splash about in. Or head into Pau and use the Olympic sized 50m pool.

Go wine tasting

We're situated in the middle of the Coteaux de Jurancon, a fabulous wine region with over 400 private vineyards. We even have a vineyard 500m up the road - Domain Tinou.

Take a ride on Europe's highest train

Head to the mountains, take a tele-cabin up to 2,000m and hop on Europe's highest train - Le Petit Train d'Artouste. It's one not to miss!

Play golf at the continental Europe's oldest golf club

Founded by the British in 1856, Pau Golf Club is the first golf club to be built outside of the UK. It's a lovely course and a must do for golfing fans.

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