An authentic château experience in the heart of Gascony

Château du Feuga offers plenty of space to relax, extremely bright thanks to its double south-west/north-east exposure, with two lounges, a snooker room, a library, an office and a dining room.

The kitchen and utility room are fully equipped with an AGA piano, hob, automatic coffee machine, two dishwashers, American fridge and all the crockery and cutlery you need. There is direct access to a covered terrace and an open-air patio, so you can enjoy the outdoors in any situation.

Hi-Fi equipment, indoor and outdoor WiFi, automatic outdoor lighting and a laundry room with professional equipment complete the ensemble, offering all the modern comforts of life in a centuries-old chateau.

In addition to the caretaker's cottage and the technical areas (garage, boiler room), the outbuildings also feature a very large reception room with a home cinema and an antique bar.


The services

The Chateau and grounds are maintained daily, in particular by Didier, who is as discreet as he is attentive, as well as being the guardian of the premises and the safety of its residents.

The property also benefits from a regular level of maintenance, enabling it to stand the test of time with peace of mind.


Luxury services

The château can accommodate up to 13 people in 6 spacious en-suite bedrooms, plus a small room in the medieval tower.

The large master bedroom has a balcony and its own private covered terrace, offering splendid views of the Pyrenees.

Perfectly decorated and equipped with bedding and household linen, each of these rooms offers a peaceful, unobstructed view of the French garden and surrounding countryside.


A haven of peace

Set on a hillside, the outdoors and green spaces provide continuity with the indoors to offer you an authentic and relaxing countryside experience. The heated swimming pool offers breathtaking views of the rolling hills of the Gers, Lectoure and the Pyrenees.


The countryside at its best

The entrance to the property is through a wood of oak trees via a long, traditional limestone path secured by an imposing cast-iron gate. Another old stone path also provides access to the north side of the property.

The 17-hectare estate boasts many species of trees, including redwoods, pines, yews, maples, fruit trees, 1.7km of shrub and tree hedges, and above all a monumental Cedar of Lebanon that has watched over the Chateau for over a hundred years.

An imposing French garden, a rose garden and two large fountains adorn the immediate surroundings of the Château.

The heated 6x12m infinity pool, with its shades of blue, is close to the dovecote, typical of Gascony, and with its terrace of more than 100m2 offers a breathtaking view of Lectoure and the Pyrenees.