Gîtes and rentals
In the Lot valley in the Aveyron close to the high plateaux of the Aubrac, the Village Goélia faces due south on the banks of the Lot opposite the listed village of Sainte Eulalie d'Olt. The complex is composed of hamlets of semi-detached houses, bungalows or duplex. The slate roofed houses are often detached, with small open garden on ground floor or divided into 2 accommodation units with apartments on the first floor with balcony (5m²).
In a hamlet close to Castelnau Pégayrols, entirely renovated (2009) farm enjoying a panoramic view over the causse that surrounds it. Haven of peace surrounded by fields, this character gîte is equipped with 2 bedrooms and can accommodate 5 people.
We fitted out this barn as a "cosy" gite, for 2 or 3 persons, where you can find traces of old buildings whilst taking advantage of modern comfort. Our single-level gite has obtained the Tourism and Handicap label for the four handicaps.
An independent gite, located near the owner's farm and 3 other gites, offering a very nice point of view over the surrounding countryside, 17 km from Najac and Villefranche-de-Rouergue offering you a wide choice of leisure activities.
The owners reserve a warm welcome for you in this gîte situated in the heart of the small village of L'Hospitalet du Larzac, close to the local school. Situated a few kilometres from Millau and Sainte Eulalie de Cernon, this gîte is the ideal starting point for discovering the ancient Knights Templar and Hospitaler commandries on the Larzac.
On the border of the Aveyron and the Hérault, in the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, the village is on the edge of a cliff of the Larzac plateau, a magnificent viewpoint crossed by the flight of Griffon vultures and other birds of prey. Other "natural" interest: the Guilhaumard plateau covered in orchids in springtime, crossed by the GR71 long distance footpath. And to welcome you, a comfortable gîte with large rooms and pretty coloured lime-plastered walls.
A pleasant gîte situated on the Lévézou plateau, further south are the Gorges du Tarn and the Millau viaduct, Micropolis and Roquefort. Behind the gîte there is a centuries old oak tree offering welcome shade and access to a private lake (50m) via a path leading to a "feet in the water" garden. A landscape that you will enjoy fully from the living room, a vast sunny room full of charm.
Semi-detached self-catering cottage for 6 persons in Campuac, in a farm, close to the owner's house (independent and opposite entries). 3 bedrooms (2 bed 140, 2 beds 90, 1 bed for babies), 2 shower rooms, kitchenette (washing machine)/living room (sofa, fireplace), electric heating, terrace with pergola (56m²), garden furniture, barbecue, shared open piece of land, garage, sheets for rent, tourist tax.
You have a small budget for your holiday and a family, or you want to go away with friends and keep your privacy! This beautiful traditional house is home to several gites. This one is for 6 persons. Discover the beautiful Aubrac in both summer and winter. Find things to do in nature and all you need to recharge your batteries.
Formerly farm workers' accommodation, then a loft, today it is a gîte, in the heart of an old farm situated on the Ségala, on the edge of the Lévézou plateau, close to Villefranche de Panat lake. Large windows let the light into an agreeable living room, a bed has been arranged in the little steeple.
Lincou is a small hamlet of golden brown stones, pleasantly decorated with flowers and bathed by the green waters of the Tarn. This is where your hosts have fitted out a comfortable gite, extended by a small terrace. During your stay you will discover the Tarn valley which offers good fishing and walking trails.
The gîte is situated on a plateau bordered to the north by the Lot valley (villages of Entraygues and Estaing) and the Chemin de Saint Jacques de Compostelle, to the south: Rodez and the Causse Comtal. At the heart of a livestock farm, the patio doors of this agreeable little gîte open out to the rear to a garden shared with the owner, views over the prairies