Château de Labusquière offers you all the possibilities for a fantastic holiday with a group or with a family. This renovated castle from the year 1208 with 15 rooms and 8 bathrooms provides privacy, peace, space, and freedom. Located on a 10-hectare plot with a 3-hectare park and a beautiful garden. The castle with 3 floors, a spacious staircase, is fantastically located on a hill in Montadet, 'Le Gers', with a magnificent view of the surroundings. Plenty of space for recreation. The Château de Labusquière includes a large swimming pool, outdoor shower, walking paths in the park, and forest.
When you open the centuries-old oak doors, you enter the monumental staircase from the time of Napoleon I
On the ground floor you will find the Grand Salon with an immensely large fireplace and a library, where you can spend a relaxing evening.
A large romantic bedroom with private bathroom, including bath. Used to be the former Chapel in the Caste.
Behind the grand salon is La Chapelle, where marriages were blessed in the late 1700s. There is a spacious bathroom in the adjacent tower room.
This is a beautiful room with a private bathroom, offering stunning views of the valley and the nearby village of Sauveterre. In the adjacent tower room, there is an additional bedroom.
A beautifully decorated bedroom with 2 other adjoining rooms and a large modern bathroom in the tower. An additional toilet is also adjacent.
The apartments of the Count and Countess. There are seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an additional toilet in the hallway.
Beautiful tower room with a view of the park.
Room with connecting door to the Juliette room.
Beautiful view of the courtyard.
Room decorated in Old Dutch style.
View of the former roof tile factory.
In the spacious tower room, there is a large bathroom.
Château de Labusquière the ideal location for special occasions. The surroundings will turn your ceremony, reunion or just a get-together into a cherished memory. The courtyard is the perfect location for long brunches with family and friends, receptions and personal parties. For an intimate a wedding, there is a small chapel available on the estate. For larger gatherings, the courtyard or the park offer ample space. And the salle des fêtes provides room for a party or dinner up to 100 guests.
The department of Le Gers is perfect for a vacation! 'Le Gers' is located in the French Midi-Pyrénées region. The eight departments of Midi-Pyrénées are bordered to the north by Spain.
The unspoiled landscape of Le Gers offers space and tranquility. Space, peace, gentle breezes, blue skies, sunshine, and little rain. 'Le Gers' is renowned in France for its fantastic cuisine. Mention 'Le Gers' to a French person, and they will immediately list Magret de canard, Armagnac, Les poulet du farme, La Pintade, Le cailles, Pruneaux d'Agen, l'Oie. Many French people from Toulouse come to Le Gers on weekends specifically to visit the numerous local restaurants.
'Le Gers' offers space, tourist routes, and minimal traffic. You can visit the many friendly villages and towns, all within an hour's reach. Some examples are Toulouse, Auch, Lourdes, Louchon, Simorre, Samatan, and Lombez. Within an hour's drive, you can reach Spain, where you can enjoy skiing in the winter. It is recommended to take a scenic route and visit one of the many excellent restaurants offering regional dishes. Just 5 kilometers from Château de Labusquière, you will find one of the many golf courses in 'Le Gers'. The Pyrenees Mountains are located within an hour's drive from Château de Labusquière. In summer, you can enjoy fantastic hiking trips in the Pyrenees, and in winter, you can engage in winter sports. During the summer, all the villages in the surrounding area have summer festivals, flea markets, and, above all, communal meals where you can enjoy the local cuisine.
The history of Château de Labusquière dates back to the year 1208. The d'Aure family, Barons of Larboust, inhabited the castle and its lands, farms, and vineyards until the 16th century.
Raymond, who married Gaiharde d'Orbessan in 1536, obtained ownership of Château de Labusquière. Paul d'Orbessan became the lord of the castle in 1621. Later, Count Joseph de Lordat and his brother François sold the castle to François Passama, a parliament member in Lombez, in 1720. This family had been residing in Montadet since 1623. The Passama family survived the French Revolution.
The children of Caroline and Baron Bernard-Henri (1793-1863) occupied the castle. Around 1850, during the time of Napoleon III, Château de Labusquière underwent a complete renovation in the style of that period. Afterward, Château de Labusquière was inhabited by the family of the Count and Countess Du Pence until around 1955.
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Château de Labusquière
Chemin de Labusquiere 1116
32220 Montadet, France
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