Magestueusement overlooking the Garonne, the castle of Goudourville is an ancient medieval fortress of the XIth century. It was built by Hugh of Gasques to defend the kingdom of France against the English, and was rebuilt in the eighteenth century to house parties gallant of the time. . . Today, with its heavy gates, towers and stone walls, the castle is a historical monument. Each room is uniquely decorated to illustrate a famous person who lived there. A warm welcome awaits you and you love to enjoy the beautiful terrace, swimming pool and in the vast experience the culture and cuisine of this sunny region. Remains a truly off the beaten track!
Description of Château de Goudourville Bed & Breakfast:The room Durfort: In this large, plush rooms, the decor is elegant with stylish furniture XVIII, fireplace, mirrors, carpets and drapes, in a warm pink hue. Chamber of Andoins Diane: Blue Room very large (49 m2). Furniture, drapes, fireplace, exposed beams. Caumont room: decorated according to the tastes of the Middle Ages. House Clement V: The medieval charm of this room, decorated in purple, comes from its beautiful painted ceiling, its fireplace, its canopy bed. . . . . This is the highest room of the castle, the lord. It's a huge room dressed in buttercup, large fireplace, a large four-poster bed and mullioned windows. Gasque room: it is decorated in shades of gold, furniture XVIII.
Directions to Château de GoudourvilleHighway A 62 exit 8
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