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Régine Arribet


2 reviews

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price from €378






Description for B&B:

The Arcouli, also known as the Rainbow, is a charming mountain retreat that exudes a spiritual atmosphere throughout.

You can choose from two spacious and comfortable rooms, each equipped with a private bathroom, sitting area, TV, and delicious breakfasts.

The property offers a beautiful garden, a cozy library, a welcoming lounge area, and a fireplace for your enjoyment. Your hostess, Regine, will share her passion for the mountains through a collection of everyday objects that bear witness to a rich tradition.

Regine will also provide expert advice on the best summer and winter activities and excursions in the valley, ensuring a memorable experience. The atmosphere at The Arcouli is cozy and inviting, allowing you to truly relax and unwind.

If you prefer dining out, there are plenty of restaurants in the area, including the renowned La Bergerie At Rosetta, which is just a stone's throw away from your room.

Conveniently located 30 km from Lourdes, 7 km from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, and 3 km from Bareges, The Arcouli offers easy access to iconic landmarks such as the Col du Tourmalet, the Pic du Midi de Bigorre, and the Cirque de Gavarnie. Whether it's skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, rafting, climbing, or indulging in spa treatments, there are numerous activities to enjoy both in the summer and winter seasons.


Appréciations pour L'Arcouli, Sers:

Excellent B&B in Sers L'Arcouli
Review by: Ruth , Sep 18 2018 5:36PM
we stayed for 3 nights September 2018
The owner Regine is super nice, attentive , and very helpful with suggestions for tracks.
The room is large, comfortable, and the view is amazing.
The wifi works very well.
highly recommended
The Perfect Mountain Getaway B&B
Review by: John Belmont, Nov 6 2017 1:54AM
I have stayed at Regine's B&B six times over the years, and every visit has been wonderful. She is fully attentive to our requests, and she is always interested in our plans for the day and how she might make suggestions to make the day even more enjoyable. The house is a traditional Pyrenees home, fully modernized -- the Wifi works splendidly, and every morning you wake up to a view of the mountains and neighboring villages across the valley. The location is perfect: A short drive up the valley to reach the justifiably famous Col de Tourmalet, and down the valley to Luz St. Saveur, which is a perfect gateway to the valleys of the high mountains. east and west of there. Enjoy Regine's fine traditional French breakfast, then drive off for a day of authentic mountain pleasures, great sight-seeing and great hiking.

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extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 378 378 20 oui


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  • Sarlat-la-Canéda: Situated around 30 kilometers from the village, Sarlat-la-Canéda is a picturesque medieval town. Its well-preserved historic center boasts narrow streets lined with charming buildings, manor houses, and a stunning Gothic cathedral. Sarlat is also renowned for its vibrant Saturday market.
  • Lascaux IV: Located about 33 kilometers away, Lascaux IV is a replica of the original Lascaux Cave, which houses exceptional prehistoric cave paintings. Visitors can explore the replica and gain insights into the Paleolithic era through informative exhibitions.
  • Château de Beynac: Situated approximately 40 kilometers from the village, the Château de Beynac is an imposing fortress perched on a cliff overlooking the Dordogne River. This medieval castle offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and provides a glimpse into the region's rich history.
  • Rocamadour: Situated around 70 kilometers away, Rocamadour is a stunning pilgrimage village built into the side of a cliff. Its narrow streets are lined with historic buildings, including the impressive Basilica of Saint-Sauveur and the Château de Rocamadour. The village offers panoramic views and is a popular destination for religious pilgrims.
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