Gîtes and rentals

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Jocelyne Albagnac

Cransac

Furnished accommodation in the Aveyronnaise spa resort of Cransac. Fully equipped furnished accommodation on the ground floor of a house in the town.

Christian Grialou

Cransac

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Furnished accommodation in the Aveyronnaise spa resort of Cransac. Fully equipped furnished accommodation in a detached bungalow situated 2 km from the town centre.

Marc et Françoise Goots

Cransac

Furnished let located at the Aveyron spa resort for rheumatism. Two-storey house located in town.

Jean-François Marty - Gîte à la campagne

Pont-de-Salars

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Gite for 4 persons in a local stone house in the countryside, in a hamlet 8 km from Pont-de-Salars and of its lake where swimming is possible.

L'Hymette - Martine Courtois-Limouzin

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

Combetalade is a hamlet of a dozen souls. It overlooks Saint-Geniez-Olt, "The Little Nice of the Aveyron" a village of 2,000 inhabitants, nestled in the Lot valley. L'Hymette, your gite is a traditional and detached local stone house, with terrace.

Gîte La Calade (1)

Mostuéjouls

Holiday lets, gite in Liaucous, in the Gorges du Tarn.

Aux balcons d'Olt - Francine et Daniel Constans

Espalion

Adjoining house on the edge of the river, the Lot and the town centre of Espalion.

Montou (ayg4073)

La Salvetat-Peyralès

This let is near the Valley of the Viaur, one of the wildest places of the Ségala. Close to the Hamlet of Montou and the château of Roumegous, it opens onto a vast enclosed and shady garden, an ideal playground for children. Near the owners' farm. Rental member of the Gites de France network (Reference AYG4073).

Geneviève Mazars

Salles-la-Source

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Independent house of 84 m², on 2 levels, as you leave the village. Label Gites de France 3 epis.

Le Château du Cayla

Moyrazès

10 minutes from Rodez (15 min from the Rodez airport), the château of Cayla, living witness of the middle-ages, dominates the valley of the Aveyron and the bridge of Caumencau. A spiral staircase connects the floors of this château

La Huppe - AYG3050

Najac

Magnificent farm buildings near Najac. You will share the paved inner yard which is arched by former barns. A private terrace, for enjoying the sunshine. Inside, comfortable and bright, combines the light shades of wood panels with the plaster painted with the shimmering colours of the sofas.

Michel Fraysse - H12G005575

Lanuéjouls

The cottage is located in a family hamlet on a farm where are raised limousine cows. Self-catering lodging on the ground floor, close to the owners' house labellised "Gîtes de France".

Gîte communal de Prades d'Aubrac - H12G005424

Prades-d'Aubrac

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 2 persons. Discover the beautiful Aubrac in both summer and winter. Find things to do in nature and all you need to recharge your batteries.

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.).

L'oustal Viei - AYG3073

Capdenac-Gare

On the edge of a hill that overlooks the Lot valley, Le Verdier is a small hamlet from where local footpaths leave: calm guaranteed. The old farmhouse with its dry stone walls, bread oven, well and barn is surrounded by a vast lawned garden. The house has retained its character and now offers all modern comforts. Here you will note the owner's multiple talents for needlework.

Simone et Michel Falip

Conques-en-Rouergue

Montbigoux is firstly an exceptional panorama and then a very rich tourist environment: Conques and its treasures, the way of Saint James of Compostella, the Lot Valley.

Gîte La Maison du Berger AYG7032

La Cresse

Imagine a vast plateau of rocks and greenery downstream from the Gorges du Tarn and a hamlet of low houses in light-coloured stones and slate roofs. You're in the Sonnac, and the Causse Noir is yours.

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