Bonne La Vie Holidays
Bonne La Vie is a 150 year-old maison de village set near a river among fields of sunflowers and maize, against a backdrop of the majestic Pyrenees. It is sure to work its charm on all guests. We offer:
*Accommodation, with evening meals if requested
*A selection of Day Trips to various destinations in the area, open to all
* Residential Painting courses
* Residential Sculpting courses
* Golf packages
* NEW: Gourmet breaks, including cookery course with MasterChef
Art Workshops at Bonne La Vie
Just relax and enjoy being creative in a no-pressure environment, don't worry about food or drink once you're here they're included.
We offer painting and sculpting workshops for small groups throughout the Summer and early Autumn.
These are week-long (arrive Sunday, depart Saturday - but you can stay for 2 weeks&!), and are led by Mark Tooms, a practicing artist and a teacher with more than 15 years experience.
Having a holiday in the verdant countryside of southwest France is ideal for spoiling yourself and recharging batteries. Walking or cycling through rolling, wooded hills, breathing unpolluted fresh air and having great food and wine is an ideal start to shedding stress. Add to this the wonderful thermal baths in Bagneres, the massages and treatments available at the wellness centre in Trie, trips to the Pyrenees or the resorts on the Atlantic coast such as Biarritz and you are sure to return home completely refreshed.
We would be happy to organise a full itinerary during your stay at Maison Bonne La Vie. You can get a great 3 night package for small groups (4-8 people) during late Summer and Autumn 2010. We provide the accommodation with breakfast, plus three course evening meals with wine, as well as rounds of golf at different courses, whilst non-golfers could visit the local sights, enjoy walks or relax in mountain spas.
|Maison Bonne La Vie, Le Village
65140 Saint Sever de Rustan
|+ 33 (0)562 311921
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This page was last updated: 04 December 2012