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Hebergements du Pic d'Anie

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4.5
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Pic d'Anie hotel is located in the beautiful village of LESCUN. We will welcome you in this authentic and typical Pyrenean place. We propose a complete package with night breakfast and dinner. Run by the Carrafancq family for decades, it will be the starting point of many treks and climbing sessions or just a smple stage on your GR10 walk. Also, a 15 bed gite d'étape is available. Finally in the cafe/bar you will envoy a fresh drink while you relax after a nice walk.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Non-smoking hotel
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Luciel v wrote a review Jul 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands15 contributions3 helpful votes
Didn't stayed the night but came in for a drink and some food during a couple of days (stayed at a camping). Very nice and helpfull staff. Arnoud took the time to advice us on a 5 day hike, even though we weren't sleeping at the hebergement. He also showed us some places to camp. After the hike we stayed in lescun for 2 days to regain some strength ;) and stayed in the shades of the parasols on the terras for a couple of hours each day. Good food and nice people!
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Mike wrote a review Apr 2019
France7 contributions
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The owners are extremely welcoming to their charming hotel. The homemade breakfast and family-style dinner was fresh and excellent. The hiking advice was perfect for our family. We highly recommend this well-maintained hotel. We would love to return for a second stay!
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Boboheed wrote a review Oct 2018
17 contributions9 helpful votes
I stayed in the refuge part of the establishment which is in a nearby building. There’s a lovely square to eat and sit in. The refuge had good kitchen and 2 showers. I had breakfast and evening meal too. The breakfast was a little pricey for what was offered but the yoghurts were delicious and homemade as were the jams. The evening meal varied, 1st night was vegetables and rice after a soup which was all just okay. The 2nd night was melon then a delicious duck potato pie, really filling and tasty! The staff were super helpful and spoke a few different languages too. Really nice place to stay
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled
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united33 wrote a review Sep 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom157 contributions88 helpful votes
We arrived to a very friendly greeting in this interesting old building. The hotel bar has its tables outside and seems to form the focal point for the whole village. There are a number of Basque beers available. Our room was a good size, maybe a touch shabby and the ensuite plumbing was showing signs of age. The guests (5 that night) had dinner round a single table in Rather a splendid dining room on the first floor. The meal was simple but very good. Perfectly ripe melon balls in a half of melon, followed by the most perfect lasagne I have eaten in a long time. For dessert a tiramisu. My friend had a vegetarian lasagne prepared for him of equal quality. After dinner the waitress willingly spent time going over local walking routes with other guests. Breakfast was good with each of of us given freshly toasted bread.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Traveled
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dertzrrr wrote a review Jul 2017
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They are extremly friendly, helpful and go out of their way to make people feel welcome. Wonderful place to stay in the very picturesque village of Lescun. Breakfast is all homemade and served with love. All in all just great.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled
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Chris F wrote a review Jul 2017
10 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed two nights - the first in the gite d'etape and the second in the hotel. The staff are really pleasant and obliging with good English. Both the gite and the hotel are rustic but clean and functional. Our hotel room looked over the village centre and the bed had beautifully laundered embroidered linen sheets. Charming. We spent a rest day here from our trek of the GR10 and highly recommend it to others who enjoy some comfort and the charm and welcome of the Pyrenees.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled
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Sue S wrote a review May 2017
33 contributions11 helpful votes
Helpful, friendly, generous, hospitable, beautiful cooks, excellent location. We can't speak highly enough of this young couple and their hotel. They do justice to this beautiful valley. A perfect 4 days.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Traveled
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all4green wrote a review Sep 2016
Bournemouth, United Kingdom14 contributions12 helpful votes
We arrived late at the hotel whilst walking the GR10 route, however the staff were very welcoming and got us to our room to shower and we were given a lovely three course meal to end a great day. The room was of a typical rural charm, basic and comfortable with amazing views of the mountains and the sound of the church bells only complemented the beauty of this town. Breakfast was good to set us up for a further days walking.. I will make a point of staying here again when next in the area.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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pcsanford wrote a review Jun 2016
Vancouver, Canada7 contributions1 helpful vote
We spent a very pleasant night in Lescun in the heart of the French Pyrenees. The hotel is run by a young couple that are looking to revitalize the space. The room was very simple, but comfortable. Wifi was extremely fast. Our hosts prepared us a wonderful meal of roast duck, white beans, and chocolate tarts for dessert. The hospitality was wonderful. We asked for a running route for the next morning, and were presented with a very helpful map. Don't come here expecting luxury. It's very simple, but that's what the mountains are for.
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Date of stay: June 2016
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Karen H wrote a review Sep 2014
Derby, United Kingdom11 contributions12 helpful votes
A very french hotel run by the Carrafancq family who made us feel welcome even though our French is not very good! A great base for the stunning walks in the area. As already mentioned by a previous reviewer the hotel does not serve meals except for a simple breakfast (very nice selections of breads and home made jam/marmalade and good coffee) but does have a bar and outside seating in the pretty square. We stayed for 3 nights in a room overlooking the square which also had lovely views of the mountains. Perhaps the rooms are a bit dated for some peoples taste but we had eveything we needed and would stay there again if visiting Lescun. For info, we ate each night at "Les Tables d'eu Haut" not far from the hotel, this seemed to be the only eating option in the village if you did not have your own transport. The menu is limited with outdoor seating only but the food was delicious and the owner friendly and welcoming...we would definately recommend.
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Date of stay: September 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hébergements du Pic d'Anie
Which popular attractions are close to Hébergements du Pic d'Anie?
Nearby attractions include Parc'Ours (3.5 miles), Église Saint-Michel de Bedous (4.9 miles), and Eglise Sainte Eulalie de Lescun (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hébergements du Pic d'Anie?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hébergements du Pic d'Anie?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hébergements du Pic d'Anie?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hébergements du Pic d'Anie?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Mayabor, Transhumance & cie, and Le Permayou.
Does Hébergements du Pic d'Anie have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hébergements du Pic d'Anie offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Hébergements du Pic d'Anie located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Lescun.
Are pets allowed at Hébergements du Pic d'Anie?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.