Chateau De La Lanette Chambres D'Hotes
You will be guaranteed a warm welcome in this family home, we have 3 children ourselves and appreciate you may not wish to carry lots of equipment on your trip. For that reason we will be happy to provide cot, highchair, baby changing table, pushchairs, and toys and games a plenty. The house is non smoking, but a smoking area is available, unfortunately pets are not permitted.
Our Bed and breakfast is set in the beautiful pyrenean village of Salechan, twenty kilometres from Luchon, a beautiful spa town, nestled in the Midi-Pyrenees region of France.
Ideally located at the foot of the Pyrenees, we are currently served by Pau Airport just 117 kms away with daily flights from Paris and London Stanstead. Just a 124 kms away
is the ever expanding Toulouse airport which has several flights a day from UK airports.
Fantastically located at the foothills of the Pyrenees La Lanette is a perfect base for outdoor adventurers young and old alike. Within walking distance or just a short drive away our region boasts a vast selection of outdoor pursuits and cultural interests to suit all tastes.
Some of the activities you may wish to try include walking, fishing, cycling, rafting, canyoning, skiing and parapenting. Or if you prefer history and architecture there are plenty of delights for you to discover.
The Pyrenees is a walkers and hikers paradise. Whether you are a serious rambler or just enjoy a stroll amidst the stunning scenery this is the area for you. The Vallee D'Oueil, Vallee de la Pique, Vallee Du Lys and Lac D'oo are a few of the beautiful walking areas to discover. Just 15 mins from here you will find the base of the Pic Du Gar, a challenging walk offering stunning views of the mountain range.
Serious ramblers who wish to have a closer view of the highest point in the Pyrenees should take an early morning start from the Hospice de France and climb the mule track to the Port de Venasque
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This page was last updated: 14 September 2011