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Simone Mathis et Bernard Bouchault
255 chemin d'Issoire



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Our guest house is ideally situated in the picturesque south-east region of France, in southern Ardèche. It is surrounded by the stunning Gorges de l'Ardèche and the famous Grotte Chauvet. Housed in a beautifully restored stone building, our guest house offers a tranquil and unspoiled setting with breathtaking views of the countryside. The peaceful ambiance ensures that you can escape from any noise disturbances.

The three comfortable bedrooms are equipped with private showers and toilets, and feature elegant stained oak furniture. Drawing inspiration from traditional British Bed & Breakfasts, we aim to provide a welcoming and homely environment for our guests. Rather than treating you as mere clients, we invite you to become part of our home and our lives. We strive to make you feel completely at ease, fostering a friendship rather than a business relationship.

Furthermore, the southern Ardèche region is an exceptional holiday destination, offering a variety of landscapes to explore and a plethora of activities to enjoy. From scenic walks and invigorating swims in the Ardèche, Cèze, and Chassezac rivers, to thrilling adventures in the numerous caves such as Aven d'Orgnac, Grotte de la Forestière, and Musée de la Grotte Chauvet, there is something for everyone. Golf, tennis, mountain biking (available for rent), horseback riding, and more are also available for those seeking an active vacation. For more information about us, please visit our website.


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  • Caverne du Pont d'Arc: Located approximately 7 kilometers away, Caverne du Pont d'Arc is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a replica of the Chauvet Cave, which is known for its prehistoric paintings. Visitors can explore the cave and learn about the region's rich history.
  • Aven d'Orgnac Grand Site de France: Situated about 26 kilometers from Vagnas/Brujas, Aven d'Orgnac is a natural limestone cave that offers stunning underground formations. It also houses an exhibition hall showcasing the geology and history of the cave.
  • Vallon Pont d'Arc: Located around 14 kilometers away, Vallon Pont d'Arc is a charming village known for its proximity to the Pont d'Arc, a natural stone arch spanning the Ardèche River. It is a popular spot for canoeing, swimming, and enjoying the picturesque surroundings.
  • Gorges de l'Ardèche: Stretching for about 30 kilometers, the Gorges de l'Ardèche is a scenic canyon carved by the Ardèche River. Visitors can hike, drive, or cycle along the winding roads to admire the breathtaking views and stop at various lookout points.
  • Château de Grignan: Situated approximately 40 kilometers from Vagnas/Brujas, the Château de Grignan is an impressive Renaissance castle. It offers guided tours, beautiful gardens, and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Aiguèze: Located about 20 kilometers away, Aiguèze is a medieval village perched on a hilltop overlooking the Ardèche River. Visitors can explore its narrow streets, visit the ancient fortifications, and enjoy the stunning views of the river valley.
  • Avignon: Situated approximately 70 kilometers from Vagnas/Brujas, Avignon is a historic city renowned for its well-preserved medieval ramparts and the UNESCO-listed Palais des Papes (Popes' Palace). The city also offers charming streets, lively markets, and a rich cultural heritage.
  • Uzès: Located around 55 kilometers away, Uzès is a picturesque town famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture and the impressive Uzès Cathedral. The town also hosts a vibrant Saturday market and is known for its locally produced pottery.
  • Grotte de la Salamandre: Situated about 40 kilometers from Vagnas/Brujas, Grotte de la Salamandre is a natural cave with impressive stalactite formations. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the cave's chambers and learn about its geological history. 10. Orange: Located approximately 60 kilometers away, Orange is known for its well-preserved Roman theater, which is UNESCO-listed. The city also offers other Roman ruins, such as the Triumphal Arch and the Roman Temple, as well as a charming old town area.

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