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At the heart of Gascony and the Armagnac vineyards, the long stone arches of this lovely 18th-century charterhouse stretch out under centuries-old plane trees. Its reception rooms, as well as its 25 rooms and suites, were restored with a refined touch to exude an elegant, fresh atmosphere: tomette floor tiles, woodwork, furniture with a patina, fabrics in warm tones and antique paintings. Two large fireplaces to provide warmth in the winter, and an Italian arcade and terraces for summer refreshment, set the scene for an elegant restaurant that offers an appetising cuisine with Gascony accents. As dusk falls, a taste of the estate's Armagnacs is a must. On the other side of the garden, the benefits of hot springs, dating from 20,000 years ago, are administered in a charming spa spanning over 500 m².