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Mme Fagoaga
15 Chemin De La Fontaine Quartier Chapelet


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price from €80






Description for B&B:

Welcome to La Villa Les Hortensias, where Sylvie and Robert provide a warm and inviting atmosphere in their cozy guest room for one or two people.

Our convenient location allows for long beach days, as well as stunning mountain walks and cultural visits to Bayonne and its surrounding areas. You may even want to explore a little bit of Spain.

Situated on the ground floor of the villa, the room has its own separate entrance and features a comfortable 160-bed, a fan, a flat screen TV, a private bathroom with a shower, and a separate toilet. Linen, sheets, mattress covers, and blankets are all provided.

Outside, you can relax on the garden furniture or soak up the sun on the available sunbathing area. The property is fully fenced and accessed through a remote controlled gate for your security.

Start your day off right with a delicious breakfast served in the lounge or on the terrace overlooking the garden. Indulge in a variety of fruits, grain products, dairy products, breads, pastries, and cakes that will surely delight your taste buds and energize you for the day ahead.

Our rates are as follows:

- Low Season: €75 per night, with a discounted rate of €70 per night for stays of 2 consecutive nights.
- Medium Season (from April 1st to June 30th and September): €80 per night, with a discounted rate of €75 per night for stays of 2 consecutive nights.
- High Season (from July 1st to August 31st): €93 per night, with a discounted rate of €88 per night for stays of 2 consecutive nights.

Come and experience the comfort and hospitality of La Villa Les Hortensias. We look forward to welcoming you.


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To reach your destination, follow these travel directions:

1. Take the exit N°4 on Highway A63 towards Biarritz, Biarritz-Parme, Bidart, and Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle.

2. Continue on secondary road D810 in the direction of Arbonne, Arcangues, and Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle.

3. At the traffic circle named Luis Mariano, take the 3rd exit.

4. Continue on D254 / Street Luis Mariano.

5. When you reach the exit of Biarritz, look for a panel indicating dangerous bend. Turn left onto the Road of the Fountain, which is marked by white beacons encircled by red.

6. At the end of the road, turn right. The house you are looking for is the last one on the left.



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  • Château d'Arcangues: Located in the village of Arcangues, this beautiful 17th-century castle is a must-visit attraction. It offers guided tours that provide insights into the history and architecture of the castle, as well as its stunning gardens.
  • Golf d'Arcangues: If you enjoy golfing, head to Golf d'Arcangues. This 18-hole golf course is surrounded by picturesque countryside and offers a challenging yet enjoyable experience for golf enthusiasts of all levels.
  • Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste: This Romanesque church, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, is an architectural gem. With its stunning stained glass windows and ancient bell tower, the Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste is a peaceful place to visit and appreciate the region's history.
  • Château d'Ilbarritz: Situated in Bidart, just a short drive from Arcangues, Château d'Ilbarritz is a magnificent castle overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The castle now serves as a luxury hotel and offers breathtaking views, a spa, and a gourmet restaurant.
  • Biarritz: Located only 15 minutes away from Arcangues, the vibrant coastal town of Biarritz is known for its beautiful beaches, excellent surfing conditions, and rich history. Explore its charming Old Town, visit the famous Rocher de la Vierge, or indulge in some delicious Basque cuisine.
  • Bayonne: Another nearby city worth visiting is Bayonne, known for its rich cultural heritage and stunning architecture. Explore the historic city center, visit the Cathedral of Saint Mary, and sample the local specialties, including Bayonne ham and chocolate.
  • Musée Basque et de l'Histoire de Bayonne: Located in Bayonne, this museum offers a fascinating insight into the Basque culture and history of the region. With its extensive collection of artifacts, traditional costumes, and interactive exhibits, the museum is a great place to learn about the local heritage.
  • La Rhune: If you're up for some outdoor adventure, take a trip to La Rhune. This iconic mountain in the Pyrenees offers fantastic hiking trails, a scenic cogwheel train ride to the summit, and breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Les Grottes de Sare: Located in the village of Sare, these prehistoric caves are a fascinating attraction. Guided tours take you through the underground chambers, showcasing impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations that have formed over thousands of years. 10. Espelette: Known for its vibrant red chili peppers, the picturesque village of Espelette is a great place to visit. Explore its charming streets lined with traditional Basque houses, sample local culinary delights, and visit the Espelette Pepper Museum to learn about the region's famous spicy produce.