Avenue de la Gare, a guest house on the rails...

The small station of Riscle, in the Gers, has kept its platform, its old ticket office ... and yet.

Built in 1880, closed to the public since 1980, trains no longer pass by today...

The originality lies in the fact that Nadia and Guy have set up a guest house in this village station.

On the first floor, the waiting room has been transformed into a large living room lined with the tourist posters of many stations that awaken memories of our travels.

Upstairs, the three guest rooms, "Le Train bleu", "Mistral", "L'Orient-Express" each have a large double bed or 2 separate beds, private bathroom and toilets, TV and Wifi. The entrance is independent from the common areas of the station.

The refined decoration is inspired by the themes of the train.

After a quiet night you can enjoy an excellent breakfast composed of quality products in the hall of the station with its original counter transformed into a dining room and lounge area.

On the menu, Foie gras, Gascony wines, Armagnac... and other specialties from the Gers...

Tastefully furnished, the old train station welcomes you in its vast garden where you can enjoy the terrace under the awning or the swimming pool open from May to September.

 

You have a free, secure private parking.

You are 10 minutes by car from the Nogaro circuit.

 

Avenue de la Gare

12 rue de la Gare,

32400 Riscle

Tel : 05 62 09 49 12

 

avenuedelagare12@gmail.com

  

https://www.lagaredugers.com/

  

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