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Frédéric Marcassin


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price from €45




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Every room at our establishment provides top-notch comfort and includes a private bathroom with a window. The capacity of each room varies, so please visit our website for more information. We are excited to announce that by the end of 2011, our fifth room will be specifically designed to accommodate disabled individuals.


Appréciations pour Baron-Jouët, Maulichères:

Magnifique cadre et accueil
Review by: Marie-Hélène Dauxerre, Dec 15 2011 5:42PM
Un cadre exceptionnel et un accueil fantastique, une vraie évasion dans un havre de paix... Chaque détail est pensé et soigné, chaque attente est anticipée, rien à redire.

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To reach the destination from Bordeaux (Paris), take the A65 highway and take exit number 9 for Aire sur Adour. Continue following the signs for Tarbes until you reach Riscle, which is approximately 10 miles away. Just before entering Riscle, make a left turn towards Maulichères. Drive for 1.4 miles and you will find the entrance on your right, right after the city hall and school.

If you are coming from Toulouse, take the A64 highway and exit at number 13 for Tarbes. Follow the signs for Mont-de-Marsan/Bordeaux on the usual road, covering a distance of 28 miles. As you leave Riscle, continue following the signs for Aire sur Adour. Immediately after, take a right turn towards Maulichères. Drive for 1.4 miles passing by the City Hall and school, and you will find the entrance on your right.



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extra bed
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4 45 97 280 610 25 oui


Swimming Pool
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  • Marciac Jazz Festival: Located approximately 15 kilometers from Jouët, the Marciac Jazz Festival is one of the most renowned jazz events in France. Every summer, the charming town of Marciac comes alive with international jazz musicians, attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world.
  • Château de Lavardens: Situated around 20 kilometers from Jouët, the Château de Lavardens is a beautifully preserved medieval castle. Visitors can explore the castle's architecture, art exhibitions, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The castle also hosts various cultural events and concerts throughout the year.
  • Vic-Fezensac: Located about 30 kilometers from Jouët, Vic-Fezensac is a picturesque town known for its vibrant atmosphere and traditional festivals. The town's main square, Place de la Mairie, is lined with charming cafes and shops. Vic-Fezensac is particularly famous for its annual Tempo Latino Festival, celebrating Latin music and dance.
  • Larressingle: Situated approximately 40 kilometers from Jouët, Larressingle is a fortified village often referred to as the "Little Carcassonne." Encircled by well-preserved ramparts, the village transports visitors back in time with its narrow streets, medieval buildings, and a beautiful 13th-century castle.
  • Auch: Located about 45 kilometers from Jouët, Auch is the historic capital of the Gers department. The town boasts impressive architecture, including the stunning Cathédrale Sainte-Marie, built between the 15th and 17th centuries. Visitors can also explore the charming old town, stroll along the River Gers, and enjoy the local cuisine.
  • Abbey of Flaran: Situated approximately 50 kilometers from Jouët, the Abbey of Flaran is a former Cistercian monastery turned into an art museum. The abbey houses a remarkable collection of paintings, sculptures, and artifacts from the Middle Ages to the contemporary era. The surrounding gardens and the peaceful atmosphere make it a serene place to visit.
  • Condom: Located about 55 kilometers from Jouët, Condom is a medieval town famous for its impressive architecture and historical heritage. The town's highlights include the Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, the Condom Museum, and picturesque streets lined with half-timbered houses. Condom also serves as a starting point for exploring the Armagnac wine region.
  • Lupiac: Situated approximately 60 kilometers from Jouët, Lupiac is a small village known as the birthplace of the legendary musketeer, D'Artagnan. Visitors can learn about D'Artagnan's life at the Musée d'Artagnan, which showcases historical artifacts and memorabilia. The village also hosts an annual musketeer festival. These attractions near Jouët offer a mix of cultural, historical, and artistic experiences, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the rich heritage of the Gers region in France.

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