The Domaine de Montaulieu is an old Caverie - a noble residence dating back to the Middle Ages under the supervision of a "Cavier" who had the role of warlord and police. The property is in an exceptional setting. Its old buildings (18th century cellar and barn, 1820 mansion) and atypical forms a harmonious whole, unique in the region. In the past its land produced grapes - now replaced by forest - hence the origin of the Chai.
The Chai (ERP cat5) is able to accommodate 100 people seated and 200 standing for Diners and Cocktails and up to 250 people with the installation of a tent by the tenants.
A completely renovated barn is also available with 10 beds. Other accommodations are available within a radius of less than 30 minutes.
The castle today
The Château de Motaulieu (now Montaulieu) appears in the Gascons Roles in 1243 in a letter from the King of England to Arnaud de Montaulieu. Arjuzanx was at the time capital of the Barony of Brassenx, possession of the Duchy of Albret which extended in the 16th century on the Landes, the Gers, the Gironde, the Lot and the Garonne.