1. Welcome to  “La Bergerie du Paillès”


Your cottage in the French Pyrenees, close to Lourdes.


This charming renovated cottage, made entirely from wood and stone, is nestled in an oasis of greenery and enjoys unique views of the Pibeste-Aoulhet mountain ranges.


Peyrouse is located close to Lourdes (only 5 km), en route to the Bétharram Caves (6 km).


Its ideal location close to the Sanctuaries of Lourdes means you can visit the Grotto of the apparitions without passing through the city of Lourdes, you can simply just drive along the Gave de Pau river.


La Bergerie du Paillès” is the perfect holiday spot for everyone, whether you’re looking for fun or relaxation. The cottage offers stunning views of the mountains so you can sit back and relax in the peaceful surroundings or enjoy your favourite sporting activity (hiking, rafting, caving, climbing, fishing, skiing, snowshoe hiking and more)


You’ll also be able to visit places of cultural and historical interest such as the Church of St Pé de Bigorre (4.8 km) which is classified as a historic monument.



La Bergerie/The Cottage


Come and discover the entirely renovated cottage built on a large plot of land with a lovely garden looking out at the Pyrenees.


The cottage, which used to be a little sheepfold, has recently been renovated into a gite. A magnificent basswood tree stands proudly in front of the cottage, offering shade and a moment of coolness during hot summer days.


You’ll also be able to eat outside enjoying the views of the mountain ranges.


Private car parking is also available.


The 45-square-metre gite is for up to 4 people (2 adults and 2 children)


On the ground floor, you’ll find a bright and spacious kitchen equipped with a vitro-ceramic hob, electric oven and a fridge with a freezer compartment.

You’ll also find a coffee machine, a kettle, a toaster and all the cooking equipment you need.


The dining area includes a table, 4 chairs and a cupboard with dishes and utensils.


The cosy living-room is adjacent to the kitchen. There, you’ll enjoy the fireplace equipped with a wood-burning stove. In the living-room there is a couch that converts to a double bed (140 x 190). You can also enjoy the secretaire-bookcase which houses a wide range of books.


The shower-room is fitted with a shower, washbasin and heated towel rail.

There’s a separate utility room where you’ll find a washing machine, an iron and ironing board.


Upstairs you’ll find the cosy attic room featuring 3 single beds (90x190) and a cot if needed.

Garden chairs, a garden table and a barbecue are available in the garden.


On lazy afternoons, a hammock can be tied to the basswood if you fancy a nap or relaxing with a book.




  1. Stay at “La Bergerie du Paillès” and discover the numerous sites and attractions nearby!



Lourdes and its Sanctuaries:


A worldwide place of pilgrimage, Lourdes welcomes 6 million visitors a year. The famous Grotto of Massabielle is just 5 km away from the cottage.


In Lourdes there are various museums to explore such as the fortified Castle. You could also catch the famed funicular up to the Pic du Jer to enjoy the amazing views at the very top. And if you fancy it, you could easily visit the lake which is a lovely place to spend time.


Tourist information centre


Masses at the Sanctuaries


The Bernadette musical at the Espace Robert Hossein from 1st July to 27thOctober


Saint Pé de Bigorre:


St Peter’s Church (XIth century) classified as a historic monument and the Bétharram Caves.




The Sanctuaries and its remarkable Way of the Cross




The Massey Garden, the Museum of Hussars and Notre Dame de la Sède’s Cathedral.




The Castle where King Henry IV spent his childhood.




The Castle in which King Henry IV was born and the Bernadotte Museum




Natural attractions:


The majestic Cirque of Gavarnie (UNESCO World Heritage site), Cauterets and the Pont d’Espagne bridge, The Pic du Midi de Bigorre (astrological observatory where the views are breath-taking), the “Little Train of Artouste” (the highest train in Europe) The Médous Caves in Bagnères de Bigorre and the Esparros cave, which is a natural excavation.