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Jean Royer
Les Bruhasses


1 reviews

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price from €84


05 62 68 38 35


06 08 85 78 69


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Welcome to Helene and Jean's 18th century house, once a grand estate renowned for producing the renowned Armagnac. Delve into the rich history of the house and learn about the fascinating individuals who once called it home.

Perfectly situated between the medieval village of Larressingle, Flaran Abbey with its captivating art exhibitions, and the scenic city of Condom on the River Baise, this charming bed & breakfast, known as "Les Bruhasses," offers a blend of authenticity and modern comforts across its four bedrooms.

Surrounded by a picturesque 3-hectare park amidst the famous Armagnac vineyards, guests can enjoy direct access to a 12-kilometer bike and walking trail. Additionally, the historic "Chemins de Saint Jacques de Compostelle," an ancient pilgrim route, is conveniently nearby.

Embrace the wonders of the Gascon region from this idyllic location. Explore the region's wealth of historical Gascon castles and farmhouses, wander through hilltop medieval villages and bastides, and indulge in the renowned Armagnac vineyards. Don't miss the opportunity to meet local producers of foie gras, wines, garlic, and other regional delicacies.


Appréciations pour Maison D'Hôtes de Charme Les Bruhasses, Condom:

Fantastic Spot
Review by: Pringle, Fev 28 2017 3:58PM
This is one of the best Chambres d'hote that we have visited, and we have visited them all across France. Jean and Helene speak perfect English, yet she grew up in the area as the daughter of a winemaker. So relaxing; so much history to see; lovely place to ride bikes or take a picnic; this feels off the beaten path and very authentically French countryside culture.

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  • Cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Condom: Located in the town of Condom, this stunning cathedral dates back to the 16th century. It features beautiful Gothic architecture and intricate stained glass windows.
  • Château de Cassaigne: Situated just a short drive from Les Bruhasses, this medieval castle offers guided tours and wine tastings. Visitors can explore the castle's impressive architecture, picturesque gardens, and vineyards.
  • Abbaye de Flaran: A former Cistercian abbey, Abbaye de Flaran is now a cultural center and museum. It houses an impressive collection of contemporary art and hosts various exhibitions throughout the year.
  • Musée du Liège et du Bouchon: Located in Mézin, a charming village near Les Bruhasses, this unique museum showcases the history and craftsmanship of cork and cork products. Visitors can learn about the cork industry and its significance in the region.
  • Lac de l'Uby: A popular recreational area, Lac de l'Uby offers a range of activities such as swimming, fishing, and boating. The lake is surrounded by beautiful scenery, making it an ideal spot for picnics and leisurely walks.
  • Les Thermes de Castéra-Verduzan: Known for its thermal baths, this wellness center in Castéra-Verduzan offers various spa treatments and relaxation therapies. Visitors can indulge in rejuvenating experiences and take advantage of the healing properties of the natural hot springs.
  • Château de Lavardens: Situated on a hilltop overlooking the Gers countryside, this medieval fortress-turned-museum is a must-visit. It houses an impressive collection of contemporary art and offers stunning panoramic views from its towers.
  • Domaine d'Escapa: Located in Estipouy, this unique tourist attraction combines leisure activities and farm life. Visitors can enjoy horseback riding, go-karting, and exploring the farm's animal park, making it a great option for families.
  • Musée d'Artagnan: Dedicated to the famous musketeer d'Artagnan, this museum in Lupiac pays tribute to his life and the historical context of the 17th century. It offers a glimpse into the world of swashbuckling adventure and French history. 10. Circuit Paul Armagnac: Motorsport enthusiasts can visit this race circuit in Nogaro, where various car and motorcycle events take place throughout the year. Visitors can witness thrilling races or even participate in driving experiences themselves.

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