Our place… stunning spacious accommodation in unspoilt rural surroundings, where you can enjoy opportunities to swim, cycle and run … at your pace.
Our knowledge of these wild and beautiful open spaces will ensure you don’t waste any of your precious holiday time.
We will show you the best places to swim, plan with you and guide you on cycle or run routes tailored to your wishes, enabling you to enjoy your holiday right from the start.
…the opportunity to ride varied ‘traffic free’ routes in stunning, undulating countryside
…the opportunity to swim in secluded lakes, perhaps to gain confidence and swim longer distances.
…a fulltime ‘guide’ and the reassurance and support of a backup vehicle.
with the option to change or adapt anything at any moment.
Self-catered: The gîte has a modern, well equipped kitchen.
Full board: Continental style breakfast, picnic lunch and a three-course dinner in the evening. Menus can be arranged in advance.
The ‘per person price’ includes; airport transfers, accommodation, guided and supported activities, with a backup support vehicle and ALL MEALS.
Self Catering: A small group could, of course, choose the self-catered option detailed below as for a family.
Trying to balance the wishes of everyone, let alone combining triathlon activities with a family holiday, can be a bit of a challenge. So here’s the idea…
Your family stays in the gîte on a self-catering basis, doing family holiday activities. Then, for as many half or whole days as you wish, for those who want it, you choose the escorted and supported options for swimming/cycling and/or running.
We can plan routes or activities to fit in with the other things the rest of the family may be doing. We can tailor activities for different family members on different days!
We want you to be able to relax and enjoy your holiday and the amazing swimming, or cycling or running opportunities that are here!
And…. there’s plenty of things to do for everyone…you will be in France after all!
Of course you don’t have to be a triathlete to enjoy a holiday in this stunning landscape. You can just cycle, or swim, or run, or hike. We offer ‘escorted and supported’ options for any of these activities as often as you want. Please just enquire.
What we offer is a holiday, not a training camp. The opportunities to swim, cycle and run are amazing, the great outdoors here is huge, unspoilt and empty!
Above all we want you to enjoy what this fantastic area has to offer; the package is bespoke… just ask!
You might wonder why we specifically offer ‘triathlon’ holidays. Well, as a family we have been involved with cycling and triathlons since 2005. Andrew has completed the Half Ironman 70.3 at Wimbleball five times, competed in numerous shorter triathlons and completed the Alpe D’Huez triathlon (the long one) twice.
Anna has refined her ability to manage the logistics of not only a triathlon-mad husband but a son as well. She enjoys doing this as much as they enjoy competing!
Finding this wonderful area we realised that it was perfect if you wanted to train for triathlons. As you can imagine competing is on the back burner while we finish the renovations, but Andrew has plans for a full Ironman Or ‘Embrum Man’ in 2019. We look forward to sharing this fantastic place with those who love to swim, cycle and run and the really mad people who like to do all three!
“Anna and Andrew were fantastic hosts during my week. Nothing was too much trouble and they constantly looked for ways to make my stay perfect. Andrew took me on rides through picturesque hills and villages and modified each days activity based on how my legs pulled up. The swimming in the lakes was incredible.
Anna did a fantastic job preparing awesome meals from fresh produce straight out of her garden. We enjoyed a pre dinner beer in the sunshine, which capped off the days perfectly.
When I wanted a break we went on sightseeing trips to local villages and lookouts. I was looking for a holiday to unwind, and to keep my legs ticking over. Anna and Andrew delivered this in spades. Highly recommended for any triathlete.”
Peter Mack, Melbourne, Australia