During your hunt you will stay in a small hotel/guest house close to the hunting district. We use a number of different establishments, but generally speaking they are all very charming, often in equipped with modern facilities such as delightful rooms, with private bath and toilet, common sitting areas, wifi, and some even have a swimming pool. Do not expect to loose weight here. Normally you will enjoy a light breakfast early in the morning before going out hunting, then when you return you will be served a delicious brunch. Of course there is also a wonderful dinner, with taste French specialities and a good glass of wine.
On top of the hunting, this region of France is also very interesting. Here where the country is at it narrowest, it is only around 200 km to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. There are many exciting historic towns and chateaux, for example Toulouse, the famous town of Lourdes and Pau, while the tiny country of Andorra is also close by. The wonderful food and wine of the region is well worth the trip by itself. All in all, it is a very attractive destination for the non-hunting part of the family.
The easiest way to get here is to fly to either Toulouse or Pau. Naturally we would be happy to help you book flights.
If you would like to spend a few extra days in this part of France, and possibly bring your family along, then we would recommend that you hire a car.