Bed and Breakfast
In the heart of Conques, very beautiful medieval village, Valérie is delighted to welcome you into her tastefully renovated chambres d'hôtes. History lovers will be able to pass the time contemplating the famous abbey church of Sainte Foy .
Between Estaing where the pilgrims leave the banks of the Lot to reach Conques and its magnificent abbey church of Sainte Foy, Chantal and Jean-François open the doors of their magnificent house and welcome you into their family chambres d'hôtes for an agreeable and calm stay.
Our chambres d'hôtes are situated at Lagarde, a commune of La Selve, important on the Ségala plateau in the Aveyron. This small rural village is gathered around its church where you can admire the frescos be Nicolaï Greschny.
At the heart of the Gorges du Lot, between Entraygues-sur-Truyère (10 km) and Estaing (15 km). Isolated hamlet at 450 m altitude at the end of a small road of 2 km. Traditional habitat, stone houses with traditional slate roofs, with a wild, craggy and wooded valley landscape... This private halmet (supplied with renewable energies) also shelters a farm in organic agriculture., a farm house (by reservation on the evening), 2 other gites and 3 guest rooms with a total capacity of 25 persons, camping on the farm with 6 pitches and a swimming pool.
Ideal for families or groups The house is focused on everyone's wellness. A large communal dining room with TV and a library, a green lounge with video library, a large patio for pleasant summer evenings, a pleasant terrace with barbecue.
Closest to nature in the tree huts of ELO, amidst a forest of 6 ha. Come to recharge your batteries and spend an unforgettable night. South facing with forest views and at the foot of a pretty little brook. Located at 1 km from GR 65 (Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle) and the GR 6.
The Ferme du Sahut is situated in the country close to the mediaeval village of Castelnau Pégayrols, ideally placed for exploring: to the south- the Raspes in the Tarn valley and a view of the Millau viaduct, to the east- the Gorges du Tarn, to the north- the Lévézou and its large lakes, and above all just next door- the Muze valley.
The chambres d'hôtes are in an old house of light coloured stone with blue shutters that give it a smart and attractive look. Roselyne and Christian, who serve their table d'hôtes with regional and farm produce, invite you to discover this beautiful region of the Ségala and their activity making a local speciality: gâteau à la broche.
The bedrooms with their personalised decoration are in a character house that used to be the village convent. Other good reasons to stay in Jouels: the proximity to Sauveterre de Rouergue but also Belcastel and the château du Bosc ...