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BANCAREL Christiane, Bancarel

Gîte

St-Chély-d'Aubrac

Christiane Bancarel

Open the door of this old farmhouse, come in the living room and have a look on the stone walls and the ancient fireplace... Located between the Aubrac Plateau and the Lot Valley, this spacious gite is the ideal stopover for short or long walks amateurs.
Detached house on 2 levels in a quiet neighbourhood: 5 bedrooms (1 quee-size bed, 3 double beds and 5 single), a fully-equipped kitchen, a living room (with a convertible sofa and a fireplace), 2 bathrooms. Central heating. Terrace, unclosed garden. Garden furniture + barbecue on display. Car park. Possibility to rent the linens. Baby equipment.

Capacities & Services

Capacity12 Person(s), 4 Room(s)

Languages : FR

Equipments and services

  • Barbecue
  • Childrens' games
  • Dishwasher
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Garden furniture
  • Linen hire
  • Ménage
  • Open land
  • Pets allowed
  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine

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Equipments and Services nearby

  • Restaurant (0.8 km)
  • Shops (5 km)

  • Canoe-kayak (17 km)
  • Fishing (5 km)
  • Ski resort (15 km)
  • Trekking (5 km)

Location

Mme BANCAREL
Le Pouget Viel
12470 St-Chély-d'Aubrac
lat. 44.595001 - lon. 2.881400

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To see nearby

Coutellerie & Forge Honoré Durand

Coutellerie & Forge Honoré Durand

Laguiole

Discover our hand manufacture of Laguiole knives with our blacksmiths and cutlers. Visits all year round (as well as our Museum)

Musée du couteau de Laguiole, de l'objet forgé et de l'outils tranchant

Musée du couteau de Laguiole, de l'objet forgé et de l'outils tranchant

Laguiole

An unmissable stage after the free visit of the workshop, guided and commentated of the "Coutellerie (knife makers) de Laguiole Honoré Durand" workshop - a living space with the the Damascus steel blacksmith (the only blacksmith in Laguiole to forge Damascus steel).

Découverte du village de St-Côme d'Olt

Découverte du village de St-Côme d'Olt

St-Côme-d'Olt

15th - 16th century church of Saint Come, belfry, old village centre. Visits of the penitents' chapel. 11th century Romanesque art, curved roof (Philibert style).

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