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La Hulotte,

Gîte

Salles-la-Source

La Hulotte

Independent single-level gite at the gateway to Rodez.

This gite welcomes those who like quietness and nature. Push the doors open and you'll find a spacious living room, which is very bright thanks to a large french window overlooking the peaceful landscape of the hamlet. The living room is extended by a terrace for outdoor meals. The gite surrounded by grounds of around 2,000 m². 3 bedrooms (1 bed of 160, 2 beds of 140). Bathroom. Kitchenette (dishwasher) / living room (sofa, fireplace, TV / DVD), complete electric heating. Open land of 2,000 m², covered terraces, garden lounge, barbecue, garage (washing machine). Linen hire.

Capacities & Services

Capacity5 Person(s), 6 Person(s) (maximum), 3 Room(s)

Languages : FR OC

Equipments and services

  • Barbecue
  • Car park
  • Dishwasher
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Pets allowed
  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 01 january 2022 to 31 december 2022

Rates

Rates 2022

  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 250,00€
  • Weekly Rental Mid Season : 330,00€
  • Weekly Rental High Season : 435,00€
  • Weekly Rental Very High Season : 520,00€
  • Occupancy tax to be added : 0,70€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash

Location

La Hulotte
La Carnicousie - Séveyrac
12330 Salles-la-Source
lat. 44.430801 - lon. 2.471600

Contacts

Establishment


To see nearby

Musée départemental des arts et métiers traditionnels

Musée départemental des arts et métiers traditionnels

Salles-la-Source

In an old woollen mill, remarkable for its roof timbers and central columns, the exhibition presents four themed levels including monumental machines (forge, power hammer, mill wheels, presses), demonstrate the traditions of the Rouergue.

DOMAINE DU CROS

DOMAINE DU CROS

Goutrens

Production of AOC Marcillac: visits of the vineyards, the cellars, free tasting and sales. Groups by prior arrangement.

Nos campagnes autrefois

Nos campagnes autrefois

Goutrens

Exhibition on rural life before 1950, i.e. before the agricultural mechanisation.

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