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Description for B&B:The 5 ensuite rooms, sleeping between 2 and 3 people, each have tea making facilities and direct access onto a balcony or to the south facing garden terrace. Bathrooms are modern and towels, hairdryers and toiletries are all provided.
Outside, there are gardens to the front and back of the house, with plenty of places to sit and perhaps read a book from our library or browse through some of our maps and guides to plan the next day’s activities. You’ll be sharing the space with lizards, salamanders and plenty of birds (even Kites regularly glide overhead) but they promise to keep the noise down. There is an area for Petanque and a spa pool to sooth any aching muscles perhaps after cycling one of the many Tour de France routes that pass through this area, or a walk to one of the beautiful mountain lakes nearby.
Guests have use of the large games room with table tennis, darts and a TV with a large selection of DVDs and computer games. This is where we also keep all our books and guides. On cold evenings, the wood burning store ensures everything stays warm. We provide a small kitchenette with a fridge and microwave and it is well equipped for the preparation of packed lunches and snacks.
Attached to the games room is the bike storage area, small workshop and ski and boot room. All bikes can be locked individually inside. Outside there is a wash-down area. We also have a garage that can provide off-road parking for motor bikes and a car (subject to availability)
And finally, whatever your plans for the day are, it’ll be set up with a good breakfast: bread and jams, a selection of croissants, yoghurts, boiled eggs, fresh fruit and even porridge are available to choose from, accompanied by coffee, chocolate, a variety of teas and fruit juice.
Your hosts, Andy and Caroline look forward to welcoming you to their home.
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From the centre of Bagneres, follow signs to Campan and La Mongie. You will start to head out of town, first pass the Office du Tourisme (on the right) and a small row of shops mainly on your left. Go straight over the mini roundabout and we are about 1 minute from there, on the right set back from the road. There is parking directly in front of the house or in a small parking area on the right just before you reach us.