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Juliette Caniou
1 cami deThoumas, Le Couret
Asque (Bagnères de Bigorre)


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The price advertised (110 euros for 6 people) is flexible based on the number of guests and length of stay.
For 4 people: 100 euros per night or 650 euros per week.
For 6 people: 110 euros per night or 700 euros per week.
For 8 people: 120 euros per night or 750 euros per week (with the 2 additional guests sleeping on a sofa bed in the office or living room).
These prices include all charges such as electricity, wood heating, gas, water, sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers, towels, and tablecloths. The house will be heated on the day of arrival and complimentary drinks will be provided.

MOUNTAIN HOME (620 meters close to Bagneres de Bigorre thermal spa)
Located in the Baronnies, an authentic PYRENEES region with stunning mountain views. This former farm from 1839 combines the charm of a traditional cottage with a green renovation, respecting local architecture and using natural materials like wood beams and lime-hemp. It features a wood stove, open fireplace, good sound and heat insulation. The house is tastefully decorated, creating a cozy and peaceful atmosphere, perfect for reading. It also offers modern amenities such as a flat-screen TV, Blu-Ray player, library, stereo, and high-speed wireless internet. The house is heated using wood, except for the bathroom which uses electricity. It has two floors: the first floor includes 2 bedrooms, an office-bearing room, and a toilet; the ground floor consists of a fully equipped kitchen, living room with open fireplace and wood stove, veranda, bathroom, laundry room, dressing room, and toilet.

- 6 people: 2 bedrooms with double beds (160cm and 140cm), 1 veranda room with a sofa bed (140cm), and 1 sofa bed for 2 people in the office-bearing or living room (for 2 additional people).

The south-facing exposure of the house ensures plenty of sunlight. The spacious terrace allows for enjoying breakfast and lunch in the sun, even in winter, while admiring the mountain views. The courtyard and large sports area (1000m²) offer relaxation and various games.

Perfect for nature and altitude enthusiasts:
- Various levels of hikes and walks, including snowshoeing in winter and Nordic walking.
- Ideal for cycling with road bikes and mountain bikes, with beautiful small roads and mountain bike trails. Close to famous Tour de France passes: Col du Tourmalet and Aspin pass.
- Skiing options include cross-country skiing (35 minutes away) and skiing in four major resorts: La Mongie, Val Louron, Saint Lary, and Peyregude. The famous Pic du Midi de Bigorre (2865m) can be reached by cable car, offering exceptional views and the option to stay overnight (restaurant, astronomical observatory, movies).
- Other activities include golf, horse riding, paragliding, trout fishing, and visiting caves.

Extensive documentation on the resources and attractions of the mountain region is available in the house, including maps, guidebooks, books, and novels.

The region offers a wide range of tourism, cultural, recreational, discovery, and wellness experiences:
- Bagneres-de-Bigorre (25 minutes away) is a typical spa town from the 19th century, offering art cinemas, a media library, concerts, a casino, and a beautiful spa with pools, sauna, steam room, and outdoor terraces with Jacuzzis. It also has a lively local market, a great wine bar, and quality restaurants.
- Tarbes (45 minutes away) has all the advantages of a big city, including many movie theaters, theaters, and numerous shows. It is known for its equestrian art.
- Lourdes (45 minutes away) is a famous religious city with a well-established reputation.
- Toulouse (1.5 hours away) is known as the "pink city" and boasts splendid buildings made of red brick.
- Spain (1-1.5 hours away) offers the opportunity to visit places like Bielsa, known for its Catalan dishes, olive oil, Moscatel aperitif, and restaurants serving paellas.


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Holiday Home 1 180 180 650 650 10


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  • Bagnères-de-Bigorre: Located near Le Couret, Bagnères-de-Bigorre is a charming spa town known for its thermal baths. It offers beautiful architecture, a vibrant market, and a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking and cycling.
  • Pic du Midi de Bigorre: This iconic mountain peak offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Pyrenees Mountains. Visitors can reach the summit by cable car and explore the astronomical observatory, museum, and restaurant.
  • La Mongie: A popular ski resort located in the French Pyrenees, La Mongie offers a range of winter sports activities such as skiing and snowboarding. The resort also provides access to the Pic du Midi de Bigorre.
  • Gavarnie Cirque: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gavarnie Cirque is a natural amphitheater surrounded by towering cliffs and waterfalls. It is a popular destination for hiking enthusiasts, offering stunning scenic trails.
  • Lourdes: Located nearby, Lourdes is a significant pilgrimage site known for its religious history. The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes attracts millions of visitors each year, seeking spiritual healing and solace.
  • Col du Tourmalet: This legendary mountain pass is a renowned stage of the Tour de France. Cyclists and driving enthusiasts are drawn to its challenging route and stunning vistas.
  • Le Parc Animalier des Pyrénées: Situated in Argelès-Gazost, this wildlife park is an excellent attraction for animal lovers. Visitors can observe various species native to the Pyrenees, including bears, wolves, lynx, and deer.
  • Pont d'Espagne: A picturesque bridge located in the Pyrenees National Park, Pont d'Espagne offers stunning views of waterfalls, mountains, and forests. It serves as a starting point for various hiking trails.
  • Cauterets: This charming mountain town is known for its thermal baths and its proximity to the Pyrenees National Park. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, and exploring the town's art nouveau architecture. 10. Abbey of Saint-Savin-en-Lavedan: Located in Saint-Savin, this medieval abbey dates back to the 11th century. It features impressive Romanesque architecture and beautiful frescoes, making it a significant cultural and historical attraction in the area.

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