Maison Valentine

A beautiful Napoleonic maison de maître in the heart of Gascony available for holiday rental

How to Find Us

MAISON VALENTINE
Au Village
32340 Castet Arrouy
Gers
France

Maison Valentine is situated in the village of Castet Arrouy in the Gers region of Gascony in South West France. It's a great location to stay or combine with visits to other areas and regions. There are many local attractions – please check out Our Guide for local areas of interest that we love. The great university town of Toulouse is only an hour away, Carcassonne and Bordeaux less than two, or hop over the border to Barcelona, Biarritz on the West coast or East to Montpellier in 4-5 hours.

 

 

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Travelling to MAISON VALENTINE, Castet-Arrouy

By car from the UK:

We recommend travelling to Portsmouth and catching the overnight ferry [Brittany Ferries] to either St Malo or Caen. Alternatively go through the Channel Tunnel – this is a longer drive and uses more tolls. 

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From St Malo 

From Caen  

From Channel Tunnel [Calais]  

The nearest international Airports are Bergerac, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Carcassonne.

From Toulouse

From Bergerac

From Bordeaux -Merignac

From Carcassonne 

105 Km (65 miles) 1hr 8mins (Autoroute)

 118 km (73miles) 1hr 46 min (‘A’ Road)

168 Km (104 miles) 1hr 44mins (Autoroute)

 196 km (121 Miles) 1hr 54mins (Autoroute)

N.B All autoroutes involve toll charges. Tolls (péage) charges cost around 1€ for 10miles.


For UK travellers:

Ryanair flies to Bergerac from Stanstead, Liverpool, East Midlands and Bristol

Ryanair flies to Carcassonne from Stanstead, Liverpool,East Midlands, Bristol, Bournemouth, Glasgow and Cork

EasyJet flies to Toulouse from Bristol and Gatwick

EasyJet also flies to Bordeaux from Bristol, Belfast, Liverpool, Luton and Gatwick.


 

Maps of  nearest airports

 
 
 
 

There are many different options to get to our village and costs can vary considerably depending on the time of year that you are travelling (high, med, low seasons), how many of you are travelling together (a fully loaded car at peak season can work out to be cheaper than flights+luggage+hiring a car) and how early you can book your travel; the earlier you book flights, or ferries, the cheaper they are – especially flights! Ryanair and EasyJet are the cheapest airlines but don’t forget to check British Airways to Toulouse which can work out cheaper because of their generous baggage allowance.