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Le Camarat

Nant

Detached house on an isolated farm 3 km from the village, opening onto terrace and open courtyard.

Chez Fanchon - Gîte Le Larzac

La Couvertoirade

Detached house situated in the hamlet of la Blaquèrerie. Ground floor: equipped kitchen (microwave)/living room (dining room, lounge, TV). Bedroom on the first floor with double bed, mezzanine bedroom with single bed, bedroom with sloping ceilings with double and single bed, 2 shower rooms, 2 WC, laundry, washing machine, dishwasher and freezer. Enclosed terrace with view over the Larzac and the Cévennes. Garage, shaded garden, private parking. Central heating, Tourist tax included.

Justin Delagnes

Villefranche-de-Rouergue

Independent house on one level in a beautiful enclosed mature garden 5 minutes from Villefranche de Rouergue.

Serge et Béatrice Minisclou "Le Four"

Condom-d'Aubrac

A former traditional bread oven converted into a gîte (semi-detached to an other house to rent with its private access), on a farm, with a beautiful view over the Aubrac Plateau (1200m alt.). Located 4 km away from the village.

Paulette Choumoutensco

St-Geniez-d'Olt-et-d'Aubrac

Independent apartment situated in Saint Geniez d'Olt, in the Lot valley, close to local shops and services. Ideal starting point for discovering the Lot valley and the Monts d'Aubrac.

Gîte Ceyrac le Haut

Gabriac

Detached house for 8 persons. The gite "Haut Ceyrac" is a fully restored former sheepfold, in green surroundings: stone walls, exposed beams, 170 m² on 2 floors. Ideal for a group or two families. Nice view over the plateau of the Aubrac.

Le Gîte de Cournayres

Najac

The gite, authentically restored, offers a splendid view over Najac. It consists of two welcoming apartments, entirely fitted, that can communicate with each other by the tower.

Gîtes de la Salière : Gîte Alphonse de Poitiers

Najac

In the village, a former salt store, located at the foot of the château, in the Rue Basse des Comtes de Toulouse.

Gîtes de la Salière : Gîte Raymond V

Najac

In the village, a former salt store, located at the foot of the château, in the Rue Basse des Comtes de Toulouse.

Suzanne Carme - H12G005498

Estaing

Independent house of 72.85 m² with a private garden of about 20 m². Two bedrooms (beds of 140). Bathroom with bath and shower.

Le vieux pont

Belcastel

At the heart of a charming site classified "one of the most beautiful villages in France", this cottage offers a splendid view of the millennial village, its medieval castle and its old bridge.

Le Couderquet - AYG4098

Sauveterre-de-Rouergue

This home at the edge of the listed village of Sauveterre-de-Rouergue, former Royal Bastide, will bring you to discover the region of the Ségala and its rich architectural and natural heritage "The Country of 100 valleys". Gites de France (AYG 4098).

Marthe Gaillac - AYG3010

Livinhac-le-Haut

At Livinhac-les-Haut, between department of Aveyron, Lot and Cantal, the house is perfect to discover this 3 department.

Eliette Sales

St-Santin

In the Aveyron but at the farthest reaches of the Lot and the Cantal, this gite will be an ideal starting point for discovering these regions.

Paulette Gely - GG22

St-André-de-Vézines

A charming gite on the ground floor of the owner's house, on the edge of the pretty little Causses village of Saint-André-de-Vézines.

L'Oustal de Peire - H12G005411

Estaing

This old vineyard house, ideal for a family of 4 people is perfect for relaxing. On the ground floor, the living room is extended by a conservatory offering a pretty panoramic view. Numerous footpaths will guide you and enable you to discover the Lot valley and the Aubrac.

Gilles Blanc - H12G005415

St-Geniez-d'Olt-et-d'Aubrac

At the foot of the Aubrac, St Geniez d'Olt is crossed by the river Lot. The gite will be the ideal starting point for visiting the picturesque villages of the Lot valley, not forgetting St-Geniez and its monuments (cloister, town houses, etc.).

Guy Nozeran - H12G005433

St-Geniez-d'Olt-et-d'Aubrac

Verlac is a small hamlet situated between the Lot valley and the Aubrac plateau. It is here that an agreeable honey coloured limestone house with a lauzes covered roof awaits you. Push open the front door and you will discover a comfortable tastefully decorated gîte, ideal for recharging your batteries.

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