Tag Archives: Château

Enjoying The Swimming Pool at The Château

Well, at last we have the weather that everyone expects in the south of France in May – 28 degrees centigrade today. After keeping everyone fed and watered after their ride we finally got around to planting all of our bedding plants which add a nice touch of extra colour around the pool and to various other areas of the garden and at this point decided to treat ourselves to a quick dip in said pool before dinner. This is where we went…

Riding Holidays

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Visitors in The Field by Château

Just looked out of the window and saw these in the field and thought you might like to see them too. Also, the snow is melting – should all be gone tomorrow fingers crossed.

Visitors in The Field

So organised last night it just wasn’t true! Daisy all posh and ready for her outing, car loaded and ready to go – early to bed for a bright start. Thought it was too good to be true. Woke up this morning, looked out of window – can’t be, look again. SNOW!! and still coming down. Oh well Daisy there’s another one next month so fingers crossed!

No Better Base For Your Holiday Than a Château

There is no better way to experience the South of France than by staying in a rustic chateau…

The South of France is widely regarded as one of the most idyllic places on Earth. Renowned for its beautiful countryside, the South of France is breathtaking example of nature, with rolling green fields accentuated with stunning forests and foliage. The South of France is enough to astound anyone, however, to really experience this paradise in all its glory, then you must ride around the area on horseback.

To be surrounded by such natural beauty is a blessing. The only way to magnify the experience is by riding a horse. To see nature at its finest whilst riding the most beautiful animal known to man is the ultimate in relaxation and exploration.

Located just North of Toulouse, you will be rewarded with an awe inspiring experience, with beautiful bedrooms and spacious grounds. The château itself is a lovely, rustic building which embodies the classic style of the French countryside and the meals provided are as traditional as they are delicious.

The emphasis on a riding holiday is all about relaxation. There is no mandatory activity program that must be followed throughout the day. The most important part of the holiday is that you have a chance to relax and experience the natural beauty of the countryside, and what better way to enjoy it than by riding a magnificent horse through the fields and woodland. You will be led by an expert guide on an adventure into the heart of one of the most idyllic experiences of natural beauty.

There is no better way to experience the South of France than by staying in a rustic château, surrounded by spacious grounds and exploring the surrounding countryside on horseback. So why not get in touch today? It could be the start of your favourite memory.