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About James Fitzgerald
Originally from the New Forest in England, James and Nick have lived in the Gers since 2015 and love the tranquility and beauty of this region of France. They are very settled in the local community where James now runs the local choir. It is our pleasure to welcome visitors and to help you instantly to feel settled and at home.
James Fitzgerald purchased this House in 2015
Why James Fitzgerald chose Aujan-Mournède
This newly renovated barn has heaps of charm yet has all modern conveniences to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. The Gers is known for its gastronomy and local wines, its beautiful fields of sun flowers in summer and for its splendid scenery.
What makes this House unique
This location has outstandingly beautiful views in every direction. There is hardly any traffic so it is very peaceful and healthy. The barn is comfortable and provides many different area for relaxation. All very restorative.
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Fantastic character gite, in lovely location.
Clean, beautifully renovated, accommodation with lots of character.
A great place to switch off, relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings and large swimming pool with the family.
The owners were extremely hospitable and accommodating and made our weeks stay very enjoyable. They are the perfects hosts and were on hand to help whenever needed.
I would highly recommend this place and would definitely not hesitate in returning.
This is a peaceful and stunningly beautiful area of France (it's where the French take their holidays!) The area is suitable for those seeking a mix of restful relaxation and sightseeing. Bastide villages are all around; we are an hour from the ski slopes for winter holidays. In the summer it is ideal for walking, hiking and biking. There are markets in surrounding villages where you can buy local produce and get a real feel for French rural life.
We are handy for the International Jazz Festival at Marciac and, of course, there are vineyards and farm outlets aplenty.
The Gers has many lakes and rivers to visit and, being in the Pyrenées, the scenery is never dull.
Samaran is close to the Spanish Border, so if you fancy some tapas, you can pop over there for lunch.