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Gîte

Lanuéjouls

Gîte de l'Alzure

In the heart of Rouergue this pretty barn will offer you peace and quiet in a peaceful hamlet while being only 2 km from all the shops of first necessity and close to a farm.

This charming grangette on 70 m² can accommodate 5 people with a view of the surrounding meadows. This cottage consists of a bedroom with bed of 160 of a mezzanine with 3 beds, a kitchen area equipped, living room with sofa, TV, bathroom with shower, independent WC, terrace of 20m ², private garden, garage motorcycle and bike. More numerous visits and activities will be offered to you less than an hour by car.

Capacities & Services

Capacity4 Person(s), 1 Room(s), 5 Person(s) (maximum)

Languages : FR

Equipments and services

  • Barbecue
  • Car park
  • Cuisine équipée
  • Dishwasher
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Garden furniture
  • Shops
  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi / Internet

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 01 january 2022 to 31 december 2022 from 01 january 2023 to 31 december 2023

Rates

Rates 2022

  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 300,00€
  • Weekly Rental Mid Season : 400,00€
  • Weekly Rental High Season : 500,00€
  • Weekly Rental Very High Season : 550,00€
  • Mid-week : 250,00€
  • Weekend : 200,00€
  • Occupancy tax to be added : 0,70€

Rates 2023

  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 350,00€
  • Weekly Rental Mid Season : 450,00€
  • Weekly Rental High Season : 600,00€
  • Weekly Rental Very High Season : 650,00€
  • Mid-week (meublé) Moyenne Saison : 160,00€
  • Occupancy tax to be added : 0,70€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Cash - Transfer

Location

Benoit GARRIC
802 route de la Vaysse
12350 Lanuéjouls
lat. 44.430546 - lon. 2.141523

Contacts

Establishment

Information


To see nearby

Les Martinets du Lézert (Groupe)

Les Martinets du Lézert (Groupe)

Le Bas-Ségala

The copper foundries of La Bastide l'Evêque existed in the 14th century and stopped working in the 19th century. The name "martinet" refers to the water powered hammer used in the foundry. Here, copper was beaten out into "coupes noires" (black cups) which were then sent to be finished elsewhere, including to coppersmiths in Villefranche. Today, the Ramonde foundry has been brought back to life by the Martinet Association

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