« La Maison Iputxainia » is composed of 5 comfortable and well-equipped guest rooms : television, wifi, private bathroom, office, ... All our rooms have a 180 x 200 bedding, and are modular, in rooms with two separate beds of 90 x 200.
We also have a flat for a couple and 2 children, equipped with a fitted kitchen.
Errobi is the name of the Nive in Basque, this beautiful, wild and fishy river that crosses the country.
This room makes reference to it with its « water green » and « fir tree » colours ; the decoration is inspired by it, the atmosphere created is soothing, the view on the swimming pool, the neighbourhood and in the distance the crests of Iparla and the Jara mountain contribute to this well-being.
Above the bed, a beautiful photo of the Nive river which passes under the Roman bridge of Baigorry, the neighbouring village.
It’s "the wave" in Basque, the one that lifts you up and makes you light.
The one that reminds us that the Basque coast is close, so attractive with its fine sandy beaches.
Above the bed, it’s a photo of the Biarritz beach, wrapped in a magical mist that welcomes you.
Come in and you will be seduced by a shade of blue on the walls and in the decoration.
There too, view of the swimming pool, the neighbourhood, the Iparla crests and the Jara mountain.
It’s "the mountain" in Basque, and the photo above the bed (Pic du Midi d'Ossau, 2884m) is here to remind us that we are at the beginning of the Pyrenees.
Ochre and brown colours welcome you ; beyond the window, the mountain reaches out to you.
It is "the Basque Country" and his striped decor.
In picture, colourful houses along the Nive river in Bayonne.
A small living room allows the room to be adapted to accommodate a child or an adult.
It’s the most recent one : "the forest" in Basque, which explains the photo of the Iraty forest in decoration.
Very softly, with its "natural" colours, you will discover it at the entrance of the house on the ground floor.
Spacious bathroom, all in mosaic, Italian style, very comfortable, you will be under the charm, that's for sure.
All these rooms are properly equipped with beautiful bathrooms and toilets, independent when the architecture has allowed it.