"DUC", an 18th century country mansion, nicely renovated, 2 km from Cransac-Les-Thermes resort and close to all amenities, welcomes you in the forest to discover the biodiversity of the area.
"Duc" offers 1 apartment of 70 m2 for 2 people with kitchen open to a very large living room, 1 suite of 40 m2 with 3 rooms, for 2 to 3 people, with nice living room, as well as 3 other large guest rooms, each with their own bathroom and WC. Calm and modern comfort guaranteed, in a place full of character with yesteryear charm where you can recharge your batteries in the heart of nature.
Curists, travelers, ornithologists and other creators of all kinds, you will also have free or accompanied access to the parcels of the domain to relax by taking the paths of the oak grove and the chestnut grove and directly join the various hiking trails on Aubin and Cransac.
You can also discover some of the most beautiful villages in France just a few km from the estate.
And to liven up your afternoons and evenings, you can also borrow books from our library or meet around card games etc. in a friendly atmosphere.
The brazier will ensure unforgettable evenings, especially if you come accompanied by your favorite acoustic musical instrument.
During the Covid19 period, however, we will ask you to respect all appropriate barrier gestures.
Capacities & Services
Capacity5 Room(s), 11 Person(s)
Equipments and services
- Accomodation for groups
- Animaux non admis
- Baby cot
- Bike shed
- Car park
- Chaise haute
- Family room
- Owners nearby
- Picnic area
- Private bathroom
- Sheets and linen included
- Washing machine
- Wifi / Internet
Opening & Prices
- from 01 october 2021 to 31 december 2022
- Two people (bed and breakfast) : From 60,00€ to 90,00€
- Three people : From 80,00€ to 110,00€
- Séjour thermal 3 semaines : From 590,00€ to 750,00€
- Séjour thermal 3 semaines : From 650,00€ to 890,00€
- Séjour thermal 3 semaines : From 1 850,00€ to 1 980,00€
- Weekly Rental High Season : 2 490,00€
Methods of payment
Cheque - Cash
To see nearby
History of the mines and industry of the Aubin-Decazeville area. Reconstruction of a mine gallery.
In the 19th century, a traveller arrived in Bournazel and wrote: "From the château to the lake, one doesn't know who, man or mother nature, was the architect, painter or goldsmith to create such a special, charming bucolic setting".
Private Renaissance château listed as a Historic Monument. One of southern France's most significant buildings with its innovative architecture and remarkable carved decor. Its gardens are classified a 'Remarkable Garden'.
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