Les Bruhasses, Condom, 32100
Jean and Helene welcome you to their 18th century house completely restored, surrounded by a park of 3 hectares.Tables d'hôtes and gourmet breakfast with homemade jam.2 bedrooms are located upstairs whilst the other two bedrooms(2 to 4 pers) are located within the towers and are on two levels .The rooms are peacefull.They all exposed south and overlook the park.The rooms feature large walk-in showers and 160x200 beds.
Description of Maison D'Hôtes de Charme Les Bruhasses Bed & Breakfast:Helene and Jean welcome you to their 18th century house, which was once a large estate that produced the very famous Armagnac.
Your hosts will share with you the history of the house as well as what they know of the people that lived in it.
The house is ideally located at an equal distance between the medieval village of Larressingle, Flaran Abbey and its beautiful art exhibitions, and the city of Condom on the River Baise.
At our family home, “ Les Bruhasses”,we have now turned into a bed & breakfast, you will enjoy the authenticity of the site, as well as the modern touch added to all 4 bedrooms.
The property is surrounded by a 3 ha park in the middle of the famous Armagnac vineyards, where you can find direct access to a bike/walking trail 12 km long. The “Chemins de Saint Jacques de Compostelle” , an ancient pilgrim route, is also located very close by.
From here, you will discover everything this beautiful Gascon region has to offer to the traveller: the rich historical Gascon castles and farmhouses throughout the countryside, the hilltop medieval villages and bastides, the Armagnac vineyards as well as the possibility of meeting with numerous local producers of foie gras, wines, garlic, etc…
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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.