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  • ACCUEIL | Perbos 1556 | Bed and Breakfast | Golf courses | La Bastide Clairence

    Your holidays start here!! Bed and Breakfast in the Basque Country; guest rooms in a typical farmhouse dating from 1556 À PROPOS REGARDING THE HOUSE Welcome to PERBOS 1556. Why this name? Because it reflects the history of the house, the first traces of which date back to 1556. Our wish is to respect its history and give it a new lease of life in order to offer you a place where you can recharge your batteries surrounded by nature in a green setting in one of the most beautiful villages in France and not far from the sublime beaches of the Basque Coast and the Landes. You can also indulge in hiking, visit the magnificent villages of Saint-Jean Pied de Port, Espelette, Ainoha... We will be happy to welcome you in our renovated farmhouse, where you will find all the comforts in our spacious and air-conditioned rooms. See you soon! Cecile & Salvatore CHAMBRES OUR ROOMS We are keen to offer spacious guest rooms with a unique decoration linked to the Basque name of each. Queen size double bed, breakfast included. ​ For your comfort, all our bedroom windows are fitted with mosquito nets to prevent mosquitoes and other insects from biting and spoiling your day or your sleep. To book SERVICES OUR SERVICES Breakfast buffet Included in the rate free WIFI Available for all rooms Garden ​ Quiet garden with trees, with a magnificent view of the surrounding countryside Household Included in the price of the night Pool With its sunny terrace equipped with deckchairs. View of the wilderness Mosquito nets All our bedroom windows are fitted with mosquito nets GALERIE GALLERY ACTIVITÉS ACTIVITIES Nearby beaches Basque Country and Landes beaches accessible in 30 to 40 minutes Cultural sites Cathedral of Saint Mary of Bayonne Abbadia Castle in Hendaye Villa Arnaga in Cambo-les-Bains Golf 9 golf courses within 40 kilometers Hobbies Hikes, bike rides Pierretoun Asinerie Walking and backpacking donkeys Train of the Rhune Questions/Answers: Where are you located? The village of La Bastide Clairence is located a few km from the A64 motorway. Exit 4 direction Urt We are located 30 km from the Biarritz airport. You can also arrive at the airports of Lourdes , Pau , Bordeaux and Bilbao in Spain. ​ Do you have beaches nearby? Yes we have the beaches of the Basque coast and the Landes What activities can we do? You can go hiking: guides to the most beautiful hikes in the Basque Country Visit typical villages: Sare , Ainhoa , Espelette Visits to museums : Bonnat Museum , Basque museum , Chocolate Museum , Sea Museum Play golf : Bidart golf course, Arcangues golf course, Biarritz golf course, rustic Epherra golf course How are the rooms equipped? King size bed 160*200 Bed linen provided Private bathroom with walk-in shower Air-conditioned Flat screen TV Private kitchen for 4 of the 5 bedrooms Do you have wi-fi? Yes wi-fi included in all bedrooms. ​ Is breakfast included ? Yes, breakfast is included in the price. It will be served inside or on the terrace depending on the weather and your desires. It will consist of savory and sweet dishes and will highlight local products as well as homemade. ​ What are the attractions of the village? The village was founded in 1312. It is classified among the most beautiful villages in France. It is a craftsman's village. There is a farmers market every Tuesday morning. And a visit of the village is offered by the tourist office every Tuesday morning. Do you have a swimming pool? Yes we have a secure swimming pool with electric shutters available to you accessible from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunny terrace equipped with deckchairs Do you have parking? Yes we have a closed and secure private car park. Do you do offer small restaurant? Yes, we offer a small catering service ("Planche charcuterie", cheese and or vegetables) ​ Is cleaning included. Yes end of stay cleaning included. CONTACT

  • YOGA | Perbos1556

    YOGA We invite you to join our outdoor yoga course every Thursday from May 2024.

  • LA MAISON | Perbos1556

    Presentation of our guest house Maison côté entrée Jardin Maison côté future piscine Maison côté entrée 1/5 The history of the house This farm is mentioned as early as 1556 in the archives of the Confrérie de Saint-Nicolas, where it is spelled "Perbost". It is cited in 1744 in the deliberations of the body of the City as a "cabaret", controlled during the "wine visit to the cabarets of Bourdallat". The building probably dates from the Ancien Régime, but it has since been greatly altered. It is represented on the cadastral plan of 1835; the matrix indicates that it was then in the possession of Dominique Etchevers, also owner of the Houga houses et bidau . ​ Attached to the house, a barn with hayloft was built in 1860, according to the date engraved on the clasp of the gate. ​ ​ A resumption in the masonry of the rear part and the development of an access ramp to the hayloft, probably correspond to the 1960s. ​ The house was remodeled in the 1990s, particularly on its east elevation. ​ ​ This farmhouse built above the road to Pessarou, along the Lassarrade district, is made up of two parts: the initial farmhouse to the east, which has been greatly altered, and a second part backing onto the west, with a higher roof. ​ The main elevation to the east under the gable presents heterogeneous openings, in concrete, bricks or stones. The west part opens on the south side by a semi-circular carriage entrance with vintage. The relief on the west side allows direct access to the hayloft upstairs. ​ ​ Maison côté entrée Maison côté piscine Maison côté entrée 1/2

  • A PRO PO | Perbos1556

    Who we are ? ​ Two lovers of life in search of a radical change after many years spent working in de large international groups. We want you to discover this magnificent region and offer you a privileged holiday setting in the middle of nature but close to all places to visit. ​ We are of very different geographical origins: for me the Drôme and its famous shoe capital: Romans sur Isère; for my husband Sicily, the Etna region, but we share the values of welcome and friendliness that are dear to us. A little extra: we speak perfect English, German in addition to French and Italian and have good knowledge of Spanish!! These linguistic tools will enable us to offer all our guests an "à la carte" service. ​ We arrived at La Bastide-Clairence in March 2021 and immediately started the renovation work on our home (a way to get our hands dirty before starting the big construction site). This old farmhouse requires all of our energy and investment to restore it to its original beauty and to carefully prepare each room to welcome you. ​ ​ The village ​ La Bastide-Clairence is ranked among the 164 most beautiful villages in France It is a small typical village located in the French Basque Country in the department of Pyrénées Atlantiques; it is one of the bastides founded in the South-West. It was because in the 12th century, Navarre needed commercial access to the sea that La Bastide Clairence was founded in 1312. A port on the banks of the Joyeuse which then flows into the Adour and the Atlantic Ocean. The village revolves around the Place des Arceaux and its white facades striped with green or red remind us that we are in the Basque Country. ​ At the bend of its small streets, you can discover all the essentials of the village: - the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption - The Notre-Dame-de-Clairence Chapel - The trinquet of La Bastide-Clairence has the particularity of being an old tennis court converted into a trinquet. It is the oldest trinquet in France(the wood of the beams allow us to date it to the year 1512 ) - The laundry - The workshops of the various craftsmen (trimmings, jewelry creation, framing, wood carving, stone engraving and carving, work on ceramics) ​ Finally in July and August, you can discover the farmers' market which takes place every Tuesday morning from 9 am to 1 pm. ​ For more information and a guided tour of the village, you can also contact La Bastide Clairence tourist office . ​

  • Etxea | Perbos1556

    Etxea Suite Etxea means House in basque. ​ This suite takes up the codes of the Basque house while making them more current in order to offer you a warm and cozy space to make you feel at home. ​ It has a surface area of around 45 m² and includes a private bathroom equipped with a walk-in shower as well as a fully equipped kitchen which will allow you to prepare your meals if you wish. As a reminder, breakfast is included. It will be served inside or on the terrace depending on the weather and your desires. It is composed of savory and sweet dishes and highlights local products as well as homemade. ​ For your comfort, the room is equipped with a king size bed 160 X 200 ​ The room has air conditioning and a flat screen TV. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Questions answers How are the rooms equipped? King size bed 160*200 Bed linen provided Private bathroom with walk-in shower Air-conditioned Flat screen TV Private kitchen for 3 of the 5 bedrooms Do you have wi-fi? Yes wi-fi included in. All bedrooms. Is breakfast included Yes, breakfast is included in the price. It will be served inside or on the terrace depending on the weather and your desires. It will consist of savory and sweet dishes and will highlight local products as well as homemade. Are towels provided? Yes we provide towels and bath towels. How is the bathroom equipped? There is a hair dryer, a towel dryer radiator. Do the rooms have a terrace? Yes, two of our rooms are equipped with private terraces with garden furniture. Are there rooms on the ground floor? No there is no room on the ground floor. What are the breakfast hours? Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. What types of breakfasts do you offer? Charcuterie from Maison Montauzer, artisan charcutier ( link), Sheep and goat cheese, _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3cfb-136d_bad5 Homemade bread, homemade cakes Fruit juice, egg Hot drinks, fruit, yogurt from our dairy partner artisanale Bastidarra( link) Is it equipped with a cot? No we do not have baby equipment. What are the arrival and departure times? Room to be released at 10 a.m. and arrival time at 5 p.m. Si vous arrivez avant ou que vous voulez profitez de votre derrière journée, _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_you can leave your suitcases in our dedicated room. Can I smoke in the room? No, the rooms are non-smoking. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

  • MENTIONS LÉGALES | Perbos1556

    LEGAL NOTICE Welcome to the site http://www.perbos1556 . ​ By accessing this Site, you accept these general conditions of use. ​ 1. WEBSITE The Director of publication is Cécile Ragona ​ 2. PROPERTY RIGHTS The elements present on the Site as well as the Site itself are protected by copyright legislation. The use, reproduction, modification or distribution of the Site or of any elements appearing on the Site are prohibited without the prior written consent of the owner of the Site. In particular, the downloading or copying of data from the Site would not result in a transfer of ownership rights to the benefit of the user. The owner of the Site reserves the right to pursue any infringement of its intellectual property rights, in any appropriate form. ​ 3. CHANGES The owner of the Site reserves the right to modify, suspend or interrupt access to all or part of the Site or its functionalities without prior notice or justification; and to modify these general conditions at any time and without notice. ​ 4. LINKS The owner of the Site offers links to other independent sites, which it does not control. The owner of the Site cannot therefore be held responsible for the content of these sites, which are governed by their own conditions of use. ​ 5. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY The owner of the Site or any other party intervening in relation to the Site cannot be held liable for direct, indirect or other damage, in particular computer damage, which may result from access to or use of the Site or the information contained therein. In particular, the owner of the Site cannot be held responsible for any damage or failure that may be caused to the user's computer as a result of access to the Site. The information on the Site is for evaluation purposes only and is not accompanied by any form of guarantee. The owner of the Site cannot be held responsible for any error or omission concerning the elements appearing on the Site. ​ 6. BREACH Any violation of these terms of use may give rise to legal action and compensation for damages suffered by the owner of the Site. ​ 7. NATIONAL REGULATIONS The Site is set up by the owner of the Site whose head office is in France. Internet users accessing the Site from abroad must ensure compliance with locally applicable laws. ​ 8. PERSONAL DATA The Site is not intended to collect personal data. It has therefore not been the subject of a declaration of automated processing of personal information to the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés. DESIGN / REALIZATION OF THE WEBSITE lily board ACCOMMODATION Wix Company

  • POLITIQUE EN MATIÈRE DE COOKIES | Perbos1556

    COOKIES POLICY 1. What is a cookie? A cookie is a small file made up of letters and numbers and downloaded to your computer when you access certain websites. In general, cookies allow a website to recognize the user's computer. ​ The most important thing to know about the cookies we place is that they serve to improve the usability of our website, for example by remembering site preferences and language settings. 2. Why do we use cookies? We may use cookies and other similar technologies for a number of reasons, for example: (i) for security or fraud protection purposes, and to identify and prevent cyber-attacks, (ii) to provide you with the service you have elected to receive from us, iii) to monitor and analyze the performance, operation and effectiveness of our service and iv) to improve your user experience. 3. Table of cookies: In this section, you must mention the cookies you use on your site. For more information,Click here . 4. Your choices: To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and to understand how to manage, delete or block them, visithttps://aboutcookies.org/ Orhttps://www.allaboutcookies.org/fr/ . It is also possible to prevent your browser from accepting cookies by changing the relevant settings in your browser. You can usually find these settings in the menu“ Options » Or“ Preferences » of your browser. Please note that deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies or tracking technologies may prevent you from accessing certain areas or features of our services, or may otherwise negatively affect your user experience. The following links may be useful, or you can use the option“ Help » of your browser. Cookie settings in Firefox Cookie settings in Internet Explorer Cookie settings in Google Chrome Cookie settings in Safari (OS X) Cookie settings in Safari (iOS) Cookie settings in Android ​ To refuse and prevent your data from being used by Google Analytics on all websites, see the following instructions : https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en . ​ We may change this cookie policy. We encourage you to check this page regularly for the latest information on cookies.

  • Ursuya | Perbos1556

    Ursuya Suite Ursuya is a mountain (681 m) of the French Basque Country located between Hasparren and Macaye in the province of Labourd. You can see it from our guest house on a clear day. ​ This suite takes up the codes of the small mountain chalet but with all the modern comforts. ​ It has a surface area of 43 m² and includes a private bathroom equipped with a walk-in shower. As a reminder, breakfast is included. It will be served inside or on the terrace depending on the weather and your desires. It is composed of savory and sweet dishes and highlights local products as well as homemade. ​ For your comfort, the bedroom is equipped with a 160 X 200 bed. ​ The room has air conditioning and a flat screen TV. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Questions answers How are the rooms equipped? King size bed 160*200 Bed linen provided Private bathroom with walk-in shower Air-conditioned Flat screen TV Private kitchen for 3 of the 5 bedrooms Do you have wi-fi? Yes wii fi included in. All bedrooms. Is breakfast included Yes, breakfast is included in the price. It will be served inside or on the terrace depending on the weather and your desires. It will consist of savory and sweet dishes and will highlight local products as well as homemade. Are towels provided? Yes we provide towels and bath towels. How is the bathroom equipped? There is a hair dryer, a towel dryer radiator. We will make you test the donkey milk soap from our partner asinerie de Pierretoun (link) Do the rooms have a terrace? Yes, two of our rooms are equipped with private terraces with garden furniture. Are there rooms on the ground floor? No there is no room on the ground floor. What are the breakfast hours? Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. What types of breakfasts do you offer? Deli meats from Maison Montauzer, artisan charcutier ( link), Sheep and goat cheese, _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3cfb-136d_bad5 Homemade bread, homemade cakes Fruit juice, egg Hot drinks, fruit, yogurt from our dairy partner artisanale Bastidarra( link) Is it equipped with a cot? No we do not have baby equipment. What are the arrival and departure times? Room to be released at 10 a.m. and arrival time at 5 p.m. Si vous arrivez avant ou que vous voulez profitez de votre derrière journée, _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_you can leave your suitcases in our dedicated room. Can I smoke in the room? No, the rooms are non-smoking. ​

  • WELLNESS SAUNA | Perbos1556

    SAUNA WELLNESS Did you know? Discover the origin of the word "sauna Did you know why this "heat cabin" is called a "sauna"? Well, the word comes from Finnish and literally means "sweat". And it makes perfect sense! The main purpose of the sauna is to make you sweat, allowing your body to eliminate unwanted residues and accumulated toxins. The sweat takes with it these waste products that are harmful to your health, giving your body a genuine natural purification. The sauna area is private for a minimum of 1h30. You can also add a massage if you wish (please contact us for more information). Rates: Sauna access 1h30 private Rate: 75 € for 2 people Sauna access 2h private Tariff: 85 € for 2 people Massage (Kobido or for pregnant women) 1 hour additional Charge: 120 € per person

  • POLITIQUE DE CONFIDENTIALITÉ | Perbos1556

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  • Incontournables | Perbos1556

    GUETHARY A former whaling port, this town in the French Basque Country is a must not to be missed. The village has become urbanized, becoming a charming seaside resort. With its neo-Basque architectural style, it is very popular with tourists but preserves its Maraicha heritage. It has also hosted many artists such as Saint John Perse or Debussy. Activities Virgin's Rock Church of St. John the Baptist BASQUE FESTIVITIES The Basque Country is a festive region. The traditional festivals also make the region an essential destination for culture lovers. During the high season, parties and festivals bring life to its towns and villages. But there are also carnivals, village festivals taking place at different times of the year. Whatever the season, the Basque Country invites to a joyful discovery of its culture with performances, concerts, parades, theaters and many more. Each is intended to promote its traditions, its languages and its way of life. Discover some of the most famous festivals not to be missed for your next vacation in the region. Bayonne festivals Besides its famous ham, Bayonne is famous for its festivals. Every year, from the Wednesday preceding the first week of August until Sunday, hundreds of festayres invade the streets of Bayonne. The whole city and the participants are dressed in white and red. To participate, we dress in a white outfit and a red scarf.Bayonne festivals start at 8 p.m. on Place de la Liberté to progress through the neighborhoods and streets. On the program: there are cow races, dances, songs, concerts, games, bandas and many more. This tradition has been going on since 1932. During these 5 days and 5 nights, the atmosphere is one of joy and good humor. The Espelette pepper festival The village of Espelette is known for itspepper , classified AOC-AOP. It is therefore no surprise that he is dedicating a party in honor of this exceptional condiment. Every autumn, or more precisely on the last weekend of October, the local inhabitants and the surrounding villages: Ainhoa, Cambo-les-Bains and many others come to party. DuringEspelette festival , everyone can buy peppers and regional products. The local restaurants will make you discover the delicious flavors of Basque gastronomy during this gourmet rendezvous. But the Chili Festival is also an opportunity for everyone, Basques and tourists, to have fun by attending Basque dance performances, traditional concerts, bandas, pelota games and other entertainment. Bayonne ham festival Bayonne also celebrates its famous ham every year. For more than 5 centuries, the city has organized theHam Fair for lovers of gastronomy and fine gourmets. The fair brings together all the artisans, exhibiting and presenting their best hams with their manufacturing secrets. This is a unique opportunity to taste the specialty of local producers in one place. Not to mention the traditional entertainment and culinary and sports competitions. It takes place during Holy Week until Easter Sunday on Mail Chaho Pelletier. The Bayonne ham festival is the first festival not to be missed for the season. BASQUE FESTIVITIES Basque Country week Basque Country Week is a celebration dedicated to all Basques, whether they live in the Basque Country or elsewhere such as Argentina, where there is a large Basque population. In general, this festival takes place every July. During this week many events take place: musical shows, traditional dances, culinary specialties, bullfights, Basque pelota competitions and many more. The purpose of this cultural event is to commemorate the very origin and identity of the Basque Country. Semana Grande in San Sebastian San Sebastian is an unmissable city on the Spanish Basque coast. It is best known for its popular festival: La Semana Grande. It takes place in mid-August in the old quarter. The main attraction of this festival is the International Fireworks Competition, a real magical spectacle to be admired from the beaches. Other entertainment like horse racing, outdoor concerts, theaters, sports competitions and many more take place on the beaches and streets of its old quarter to learn more about the history and culture of San Sebastian. The San Martial festival in Irun The San Martial festival in Irun is one of the unmissable events in the Spanish Basque country. As a commemoration of the victory of the soldiers of Irun against the invaders on June 30, 1522, the city has organized this festival since that date. A tradition that has endured over the centuries. From 6 o'clock in the morning sound the first notes of Diana de Villarrobledo on the San Juan Harri square. At this precise moment, the spectators shout in unison following the rhythm of the music. During this festival, the streets of Irun are invaded by the companies of Irun who parade in red, black and white to reach Mount San Marcial. In addition to the procession, brass bands, bandas and many other activities delight participants and spectators. KAKUETTA GORGES Further west of the footbridge, the Kakuetta gorges, located between Sainte-Engrâce and Larrau, are a natural site not to be missed when visiting the French Basque Country. For caving enthusiasts, visit the gorges on platforms that run along the vertiginous walls of the canyon. The walk will then take you to the cave of Lake Kakuetta to admire its gigantic stalactites and stalagmites. Fully prepared hike Deniv: +180m – (1h00+1h00)= 4 km LevelWalker Date: 23.05.2018 – Basque Country – Departure: Parking Pont d'Enfer (480 StemEngrace) THE HOLZARTE WALKWAY For the bravest or to cure your fear of heights, cross the Holzarte footbridge during a forest hike. In the town of Larrau, this wooded rope bridge overlooks the Olhadubi gorges at a height of 180m. A spectacular panorama awaits you from the top of the platform over the wild canyon. Fully prepared hike Deniv: +350m – 2h00 – 4.5 km – Level:Walker Date: 21.05.2006 – Basque Country – Departure: Logibar (380m) TYPICAL BASQUE SPORT Basque pelota Popular game of the Basque Country,Basque pelota is an emblematic sport of the region. It is practiced on the pediments, playgrounds present in each of its villages. Dressed all in white, the players must catch and return a ball or hit it against a wall with the appropriate accessories. For this, the player must equip himself with a wicker basket for his hands and with a xistera to hit the ball. There are several Basque pelota disciplines. It can be practiced on a pediment in the open air, on a wall to the left or on a trinquet. It all depends on the specialty being played. Basque Strength The Basque force was born from the challenges that the peasants launched to test their strength. When they got to the end of the hard work in the fields, they had fun challenging each other with competitions inspired by the work of the fields and the farm. The Basque force, which has become a real official competition, now includes several disciplines. There is in particular the tug of war or soka tira, the sawyers or arparnariak, the woodcutters or aizkolariak, the stone lifters or harri jazotzaleak, the lifting of carts or orga joko, the carriers of bags or cans, and many more. It can oppose two villages, two teams or two individuals. bullfights If at one time the toros de corridas had to join the arenas with the cowherds and the oxen, the young people had fun challenging them. From there was born a unique tradition in the Basque Country:bullfights . Today, this sport consists of running as close as possible to the bulls along the marked routes leading to the arenas. The seasons dedicated to the bullfights take place every year in several regions of the Basque Country. They are accompanied by parties, music and songs. But it often happens that the ancierros cause many injuries. It is a spectacle to be avoided for the most sensitive. The drag races Trainières are fishing boats specific to the Basque country. Each boat has several rowers and a "chief" directing the boat and the speed. This race takes place at sea. Contact I am always looking for new opportunities. Contact me. info@monsite.fr 01 23 45 67 89

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