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Cecile Auzende
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Whether you're traveling alone, with your family, or in a group, our spacious Gite is the perfect accommodation for you. Spread across three floors, our Gite offers a range of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.

On the ground floor, you will find a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, gas cooker, and fridge, allowing you to prepare your own meals. The adjacent dining room features a cozy "closed" fireplace, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Additionally, there is a convenient hall where you can store your skis, shoes, and wood (included in the price). A toilet and two showers with washbasins are also available on this floor.

The first floor boasts ten separate beds and a toilet with a washbasin. The attic area offers an additional five beds, perfect for larger groups. The large windows provide stunning views of the nearby river and forest, allowing you to connect with nature during your stay.

For a budget-friendly option, our Gite is available for just 10.5€ per person per night. Alternatively, if you're traveling as a group, we offer a special price of 500€ for the entire stay, excluding electricity. This offer is valid from July 17th to July 24th.

Experience a comfortable and affordable stay in our charming Gite. Book now and create unforgettable memories with your loved ones.


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To travel from Toulouse to Saint Gaudens, take the motorway and drive for approximately 2 hours. Once you reach Salies du Salat, exit the motorway and continue towards Saint Girons. From there, follow the signs for Seix, then continue in the direction of Couflens, following the river. Finally, you will arrive at Salau.



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