A privileged location along the riverbanks

A privileged location along the riverbanks

A privileged location along the riverbanks

A privileged location along the riverbanks

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

A peaceful haven

Calm is one of the hotel’s distinctive features. Surrounded by gardens, lulled by the flow of water, church bells will remind you of time slipping peacefully by. On a deckchair by the river or pool that you can reach by a charming little bridge, you’re guaranteed to relax.

A pastoral setting at the foot of the Basque mountains

A pastoral setting at the foot of the Basque mountainsA pastoral setting at the foot of the Basque mountainsA pastoral setting at the foot of the Basque mountains

A breath of fresh air to get back in shape or completely relax – this is what the hotel’s exceptional setting provides.

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Exploring the Basque Country

The hotel benefits from a remarkable geographical location. In addition to many activities nearby, the House is a great starting point to other destinations – an hour from the coast (surfing), Pamplona and Saint Sebastian, Spain, and Mauléon – each day of your stay will be unique.

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

A pastoral setting at the foot of the Basque mountains

Recreation and relaxation

At the hotel, children can enjoy the miniature fronton while adults participate in a friendly game of pétanque (boules) or tennis. For your outings, Christine Arcé will guide you towards places to explore off the beaten path (chapels, remarkable architectural heritage, etc.).

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

A pastoral setting at the foot of the Basque mountains

Walking and hiking

Whether you’re an experienced walker or love walking (on foot, by bike or horse), you’ll be delighted by the area’s landscapes. Some hikes are legendary such as the peaks of Iparla, Mount Autza, Izpegui Pass and the smugglers’ trail. Christine Arcé will tell you about the jackrabbit and daffodil trails.

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Un cadre bucolique au pied des montagnes basques

Fishing and whitewater sports

Water is an integral part of this region. Your stay will give you the opportunity to try your hand at fly fishing with Yvon Zill, an expert in the field. Thrill seekers won’t be disappointed either since you’ll find rafting and canyoning routes not far from the hotel.