Armagnac : Superb Maison de Maitre, Gascony

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  • Villa
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 10

Type: Villa

Armagnac : Superb Maison de Maitre, Gascony

Lubet is a holiday villa located in the heart of Gascony, Gers, in the South West of France. It stands in the picturesque hamlet of Margoüet-Meymes, an ideal peaceful retreat, perfectly situated for activity-based family holidays. Five minutes away of a small lively town with a variety of shops and facilities, including supermarket.

This is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful regions of France, an area famed for its gastronomy, its fiery Armagnac and its robust country wines. This, combined with the warmth of the southern sunshine and Atlantic freshness, makes it the place of the discriminating traveler.

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Alicia P.

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Armagnac : Superb Maison de Maitre, Gascony
Aignan, Midi-Pyrenees, France

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Margoüet-Meymes lies in the heart of Gascony, Department of Gers in Midi Pyrenees. An area with a wealth of history and an abundance of castles and bastides. Another familiar characteristic of the area are the Armagnac vineyards, which produce the famous Armagnac brandy. The region boasts beautiful rolling countryside as far as the eye can see with little ancient stone farms dotting the landscape.

Five minutes away of Aignan, a small lively town with a variety of shops and facilities, including supermarket. The closest airport is Pau Airport (57 km), also nearby is Lourdes Airport (60 km), and Toulouse Airport (123 km).

Within easy reach of attractions such as Aignan (4 km), Eauze - the capital of Armagnac (20 km), Labastide d’Armagnac (31 km), Marciac (30 km), Madiran ( 32km), Auch (40km), La Romiey (45 km), and the cathedral of Lourdes (90 km).

The region is the biggest producer of foie gras in France and the gastronomy delights do not stop there. Other traditional dishes are magret de canard, confit of duck and goose, thick garbure soup, wild boar, deer, and daube de por. A delicious tart of apple and Armagnac called croustade is another popular dish.
Wines linked to the department are the red wines of Madiran, Buzet and St-Mont, and the whites of Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh.

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