B&B for your holiday in rural Aquitaine

Saint-Goin (15km from Navarrenx), Pyrénées Atlantiques, Aquitaine Reference: AP004648 Advertiser since: 2 March 2016
Room name Type Sleeps Bathroom Prices from (per room per night) Additional info
Chambre Aspin Double Room 2 Private €80 10€ extra for single occupancy
Chambre Portillion Double Room 2 Private €80 10€ extra for single occupancy
Chambre Tourmalet Double Room 2 Private €80 10€ extra for single occupancy

About this property

A Comfortable Home From Home Ideal For Exploring. This villa is in a village setting.

A maison de Maitre built in 1867, Number 10 provides the perfect home from home for your holiday.
We have three charming bedrooms where you will find all you need to ensure a pleasant stay with us.
Our comfortable Bed & Breakfast is ideally situated to explore all that the wonderful Pyrénées-Atlantiques has to offer.
After a busy day exploring, what could be nicer than to enjoy a glass of local wine in the garden or perhaps a dip in the pool. 
Later in the evening if you are not joining us for dinner or a bbq, there is a good choice of restaurants to sample locally.



Kitchen and dining

Breakfast is served in the dining room - bread, croissants and pain au chocolat fresh from the boulangerie, served with Normandy butter and a choice of jams. You will find yoghurts, fresh fruit and compotes as well as fruit juice, tea, chocolate and freshly made coffee.

Should you be joining us for an evening meal, we offer a four course dinner with an aperitif, wine and digestif by prior arrangement.

Living rooms

We have a pleasant sitting room should you wish where you will find a selection of guide books as well as wine glasses and corkscrew.


Choose from one of our three individually decorated rooms where as well as comfortable beds, either king size or twin, you will find somewhere to sit while you enjoy a cup of tea or coffee.


In the fully en suite bathrooms you will find either a walk-in shower, a bath or both depending on your choice of room.


Gas fired central heating will keep you warm should it be necessary.

Garden and outside

In the garden you will find plenty of seating plus a table and chairs.
There is also a bbq for you to use.

A swimming pool will be available for the summer of 2016.

Parking and garages

Number 10 has off road parking and there is cover for bicycles.

Visitor suitability

The house is ideal for couples but unfortunately not suitable for children under 16.


  • Internet

  • No smoking

  • Meals

  • Couples only

  • Shared pool



Distance: 25 km


Fishing nearby

Species of fish: Salmon
Name of nearest fishing location: Navarrenx
Distance: 12 km


Name and address of nearest golf course: Susmiou
Distance: 10 km

Horse riding

Name and address of nearest stables: Centre Equestre de Goès
Distance: 12 km

Mountain biking

Distance: 26 km

Signed wine route

Name of nearest signed wine route: Route des Vins du Jurançon


Name of nearest resort: La Pierre St Martin
Distance: 50 km



Name/number of nearest marked trail: GR78


Wine tasting

Name and address of nearest wine producer: Domaine Larroudé
Distance: 9 km

The Owner Recommends

This glorious region has so much to do and see - here are just a few suggestions

The cosmpolitan city of Pau hosts numerous events throughout the year both cultural and sporting. These include Formula 3000 racing around the city streets followed by an Historic Grand Prix. A stage of the Tour de France regularly visits and the Etoiles de Pau is one of only six 4* Three Day Events held world wide. There are many delightful smaller towns and villages to discover such as Navarrenx over looking the Gave d’Oloron and which was awarded prestigious Plus Beau Village status in 2014. Oloron Sainte-Marie, Sauveterre-de-Bearn and Salies-de-Bearn are well worth visiting. The Atlantic coast with its elegant resorts such as Biarritz and St Jean de Luz, wide sandy beaches and world class surfing. The Pyrenees mountains which offer a huge range of sporting activities both winter and summer and all in glorious scenery. Here too you will find the Pic du Midi observatory and Le Petit Train Artouste for a scenic trip through the mountains on the highest train in Europe. Lourdes is a beloved place for the world's catholics while many pilgrims walk the Way of St Jacques de Compostella and Number 10 is itself on one of the routes. Spain is on the doorstep and deserves a visit, whether you just pop over for lunch or spend the day exploring a city such as San Sebastian. All year round nearly every village or town will hold a carnival, fete or festival of some kind. There will be foodie festivals for local produce such as salt, cheese, ham or chocolate. The farming practices of generations will be celebrated such as the annual transhumance when animals are moved to the high mountains for the summer.