Grand gîte du Brugas
Spend time with family or friends in this cosy ambiance. This gîte for groups has been tastefully and ecologically (method of heating, materials used) renovated to provide the ideal place for agreeable holidays with family or friends, comfort and a change guaranteed! Martine, the owner, has put all her energy into breathing life back into this small hamlet typical of the Rougier and offers a convivial ambiance in which to discover the region and its numerous assets. This large and comfortable house set in a quiet environment which overlooks a small preserved valley has been refurbished with care and welcomes you with for customisable stays (complete autommy - half board - full board - training courses - seminars).
This self-catering accommodation for groups is on two levels (220m2) and is set in a private hamlet, deep in the countryside. The gite comprises a dining room (piano), a lounge (sofas, fire place, TV set,, DVD player, Pleyel baby grand piano and wifi access). A 17 m2 full stainless steel kitchen (cooker, refrigerated cabinet, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine). On the ground floor: a bedroom with bathroom and toilets equipped for mobility impaired persons. On the first floor: 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms with toilets. Large shady terrace. Garden furniture, barbecue, carpark. You can enjoy a hiking trail starting from the hamlet. Family cooking based on local and mostly organic produce. Heated leisure activity room.
Capacities & Services
Capacity6 Room(s), 14 Person(s)
Equipments and services
- Access for the handicapped
- Horse riders welcome point
- Washing machine
- Wifi / Internet
Opening & Prices
- from 01 january 2020 to 31 december 2020
- Half-board : From 47,00€ to 49,50€
- Week : From 1 100,00€ to 1 400,00€
- Occupancy tax to be added : 0,70€
- Adult meal : From 17,00€ to 25,00€
- Group, per night : From 20,00€ to 25,00€
- Breakfast : From 6,50€ to 8,00€
Methods of payment
Carte bancaire - Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash
To see nearby
Fortified castle from the 14th century whose impressive sandstone walls hide the refinement of its internal decoration.
15th century château of imposing architecture. One of the last of the château of the Counts of Rodez still intact today.
13th to 18th century castle (château fort). The fortified walls have been conserved as has the major part of its walkway. Diverse exhibitions, paintings, photos, ancient tools...
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