Gîtes and rentals

Aldebert Mathieu


On the ground floor, breathtaking views, quiet.

CAYLA Claude - AYG3187


Cottage located near the river Aveyron separated from a private road and 600m from the village of Belcastel.



This former summer sheep barn nestling in the heart of a small oak wood will seduce nature lovers. The bedroom against the rock face opens directly into a conservatory for eating meals in an agreeable green setting.

L'Houstalet de Loubac - GH28


Situated in a tiny hamlet, this small comfortable gîte has been tastefully renovated to offer you an ideal place for recharging your batteries in peace and quiet.

Françoise Kohut


Furnished let located at the Aveyron spa resort for rheumatism. Traditional house in perfect condition offering good amenities and located at 970m from the spa.

Gîte le Sapin - H12G005453


Méjanassere, farm holiday accommodation including beautiful stone houses in an agreeable setting of greenery and flowers houses gîte, farm auberge and chambres d'hôtes. This wine producing farm whose origins date back to Roman times overlooks the Lot valley. You will appreciate the panorama!

Mireille Besse - H12G005670


A stone's throw from Rodez, Bel Air is a quiet hamlet where a single-storey gîte opening out onto a garden awaits you. During your stay, the lake at Pont de Salars will delight those who love swimming, water sports and fishing while horse riders will be able to make the most of the riding at the Domaine de Combelles.

Gîte du bout du lieu AYG3198


Ideal stop to discover Belcastel, Conques, Rodez and its museums, Bournazel and its castle or Villefranche-de-Rouergue, Cransac and its thermal baths (10min).

Odile Beaumevielle - AYG7017 (Infos 2019 non communiquées)

La Cresse

At the entrance of the Gorges du Tarn, this confortable gite in a former sheep farm offers views over the blue-green waters of the Tarn from the terrace. It is a great place for fishing and cooling off in the summer. During your stay, you can discover the picturesque areas and villages of the Gorges du Tarn and the Dourbie.

Guillaume Berthier


This gite recalls the little shepherd's huts on the Aubrac Plateau, and you will be charmed by its cosy comfort and the large fireplace of a byegone era.

Gilbert et Danielle Dijols- AYG1133


Ideally located in the heart of the village, the gite is a traditional stone house.

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