Our Facilities

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    Swimming Pool

    Our 25 ft freshwater pool is nestled among palm trees and lounge chairs covered by big orange umbrellas. Our pool is quiet and private and open for our guests to use from morning until evening from May to September, weather dependent. You are also welcome to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner at one of our patio tables. So, if you fancy a morning dip or a day by the pool, you are more than welcome. We hope you take advantage of this relaxing and toning break during your visit to the heart of the Camargue in Southern France.
  • Seminar Room

    Spacious and able to seat up to a maximum of thirty people (ideally 12 to 15 people), you will work in the best conditions for seminars and business meetings. Our seminar room comes with a 180 x 190 screen and video projector with laptop connection, internet access and a whiteboard. Drinks (bottles of Perrier and Evian), tea and coffee making facilities. Rent half day (150 €) or the day (250 €). Ability to organize the breakfast or eat in the afternoon and / or evening (if you sleep on site). Contact us for more information or to request a specific and personalized estimate.
  • Garden

    Our garden has been created with four individual terraces for you to choose from. You can relax in the sun next to our cactus garden, enjoy a glass of local wine by our herb garden, read the morning paper under the olive tree or plan the day’s adventure surrounded by colourful flowers and the smell of lavender.
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    Gift Shop

    We sell a variety of local products at Mas Tolosan. All our products have been sourced and chosen especially with our guests in mind. We have bags of rice, beer brewed on red rice and pots of salt all from the Camargue of course. We also sell bottles of olive oil from local mills, a variety of AOP wines from Costiere de Nimes and Vin de Sable. If you find you enjoyed the jams and marmalades we serve at breakfast, you can buy a pot to take home. Need a gift or a souvenir to take home with you? Let us create a gift basket with goodies from the Camargue and Mas Tolosan. We also have photos on display and for sale from a renowned local photographer, Herve Bernon, throughout our guesthouse. His specialty is capturing the spirit of the bull fights and bull games (la course camarguiase), as well as the village festivals with their colour, costumes, music and dancing.

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