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Caroline Scarborough
25 Rue Yvette Sourdois, Route de Maumusson


1 reviews

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price from €60





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Description for B&B:

We have three ensuite bedrooms available, each equipped with a shower and WC. Each bedroom also has its own air-conditioning and heating system, which you can adjust to your desired comfort level. Additionally, we provide a spacious lounge area for guests to enjoy, complete with board games, a billiard table, darts board, and coffee and tea making facilities. For those staying with us for more than two nights, there is a kitchen area that you are welcome to use.

Outside, we have a beautiful garden with a large koi pond, perfect for relaxing on sunny days. We also have a small swimming pool for you to cool off in, and a BBQ that you are welcome to utilize. From the upstairs lounge, you can often catch a glimpse of the stunning Pyrenees mountains in the distance.

Our location is ideal for exploring the local region by foot, bicycle, or car. While we unfortunately cannot accommodate dogs, we are more than happy to lend you one or two of our own furry friends to accompany you. Alternatively, if you prefer a more leisurely experience, you can visit one of the nearby vineyards or indulge in some painting.

Gascony is renowned for its delectable cuisine, particularly dishes featuring duck and pork noir, as well as its wide variety of wines ranging from crisp dry whites to robust dark reds like Madiran. This region is also the birthplace of armagnac and the local aperitif, floc du Gascon. Come and discover why we adore living here!

Throughout the year, there are numerous festivals to choose from, including local village fêtes, international celebrations such as Latino in Vic Fezensac in late July, "Jazz in Marciac" in August, and the Madiran wine fair in August, as well as the Madiran open weekend in November. Detailed information and dates can be found on our website.

Every year, the Tour de France passes relatively close to us (Pau).

We have created an e-guide with more information about Viella Vacances and the surrounding area, including details about local amenities, restaurants, shops, and suggestions for visits. We also provide links to local tourist offices. We will send you a link to this guide upon confirming your reservation.

Our prices include bed and breakfast, but we also offer dinner upon advance booking (with 24 hours notice). If you prefer a room-only basis, we can accommodate that as well.

We are able to cater to special diets, including those for diabetics and gluten-free individuals. Please let us know of any dietary requirements when making your reservation.

Please note that we have three dogs, various chickens, and a free-range pot-bellied pig. Due to these animals, we are unable to accept any additional pets.


Appréciations pour Viella Vacances, Viella:

Merci Caroline et j.pierre
Review by: marie.the Lasnier, Juin 7 2019 6:22AM
Super séjour chez vous petit apéro sympa bon souvenir
La Normandie vous remercie nous ne manquerons pas de vous recommander à nos amis bonne continuation à vous

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To reach Viella Vacances by car, start from Aire sur l'Adour and head south for approximately 15km. Take the D22 road towards Lembeye, following the signage. After about 15km, you will come across a fork in the road. Take the left fork, which will lead you uphill towards Viella. As you enter the village, pass by the bar and continue straight at the roundabout towards Maumusson. After about 1km, you will find the house on your left. Look for a blue and white wine barrel painted with the name Viella Vacances.

If you are arriving by airplane, the nearest airport is Pau, which is approximately a 40-minute drive away. From Pau, take the Bordeaux road and then turn right into Garlin. From there, follow the signage for Viella, and then follow the directions mentioned above.

You can also locate us on Google Maps using the coordinates: Latitude / Longitude 43.597885147375116,-0.13514041900634766.



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Notes: Prices range from 60 for the twin room up to the end of June to 70 for the larger double in the summer.


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  • Château de Lavardens: Located in the nearby village of Lavardens, this medieval castle is a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can explore the well-preserved fortress, admire the beautiful architecture, and enjoy stunning views from the top of the tower.
  • Abbaye de Flaran: Situated in Valence-sur-Baïse, this former Cistercian abbey is now a museum and cultural center. The abbey houses a remarkable collection of contemporary art and hosts various exhibitions and events throughout the year. The tranquil gardens surrounding the abbey provide a peaceful setting for a leisurely stroll.
  • Marciac Jazz Festival: Held annually in the town of Marciac, this renowned jazz festival attracts music enthusiasts from around the world. The festival features a diverse lineup of international jazz artists and offers a vibrant atmosphere with numerous concerts, workshops, and street performances.
  • Circuit Paul Armagnac: Car racing enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Circuit Paul Armagnac in Nogaro. This famous racetrack hosts various motorsport events, including car and motorcycle races. Visitors can witness thrilling races or even participate in driving experiences on the track.
  • Les Thermes de Barbotan: Located in Cazaubon, Les Thermes de Barbotan is a spa and wellness center known for its thermal baths. Visitors can indulge in relaxing treatments, including thermal water therapy, massages, and beauty treatments. The center also offers a range of fitness and wellness activities.
  • Château de Cassaigne: Situated in Cassaigne, this medieval castle is renowned for its Armagnac production. Visitors can take guided tours of the château, discover its history, and learn about the traditional Armagnac-making process. Tastings of the famous brandy are also available.
  • Église Sainte-Quitterie: Located in Aire-sur-l'Adour, this historical church is a significant religious and architectural landmark. The church is known for its impressive Gothic architecture, intricate stained glass windows, and the tomb of Sainte Quitterie, a local martyr.
  • Le Chemin de Fer d'Artouste: For a unique experience, visit the Pyrénées National Park and take a ride on Le Petit Train d'Artouste. This narrow-gauge railway offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, glaciers, and waterfalls. It is a memorable way to explore the natural beauty of the region.
  • Les Grottes de Bétharram: Situated near Lourdes, these impressive caves are a fascinating underground network of chambers, galleries, and stunning rock formations. Visitors can embark on guided tours to discover the geological wonders and learn about the cave's history. 10. Château de Montaner: Located in Montaner, this fortified castle is a well-preserved example of medieval military architecture. Visitors can explore the castle's ramparts, towers, and courtyard, as well as enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from the top of the keep. These tourist attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from historical sites and cultural events to natural wonders and recreational activities, ensuring there is something for everyone to enjoy near Rue Yvette Sourdois in Viella, France.