Les Capucins



After I walked the Camino de Santiago, from Le Puy-en-Velay to Santiago de Compostela, through the snow and the wind of Aubrac, in the rain of the Basque Country or Galicia, under the sun of the South-West of France or in the scorching heat of the Meseta, I reached the end of an adventure, an adventure with great moments of pure emotion and joy as well as moments of intense doubt.

I would like to thank those who accompanied me, those I met along the way, and those who supported and encouraged me.

I decided to add my own humble contribution to this path and renovated the former residence of John V, Count of Armagnac, which later became the Capuchin Friary in the 17th century.

Three spacious rooms, a comfortable suite and a studio were set up in this old house, as well as two sunny patios for periods of relaxation.

In this residence, containing centuries of history; silence and tranquillity ensure a healthy rest.

See you soon!