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Les Huguets
Villeneuve Sur Lot



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Les Huguets warmly embraces you within its expansive 50-acre estate, inviting you to immerse yourself in its breathtaking natural surroundings. This remarkable area offers an array of activities to indulge in, from invigorating jogs and leisurely strolls to exhilarating horseback rides and cycling adventures. Should your desire be to unwind and rejuvenate, feel free to revel in playful moments, refreshing swims, melodious singing, and indulgent feasts. At Les Huguets, you are encouraged to embrace your own pace, allowing for a restful night's sleep before embarking on another delightful day.


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If you are coming from Villeneuve Sur Lot and heading towards Agen, take the first exit at the roundabout towards Cahors. Then, turn right onto the first road and follow the signs.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 305 305 oui
(3 pers.)
4 85 105 oui


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