Gîte Rural, Comité Départemental du Tourisme de l'Aveyron

Gîte

Najac

La Maison du Barriou

The medieval village of Najac is built on a peak overlooking the forested slopes of the Aveyron Valley. This gite, located in a village, has a sunny terrace and a small wooded garden at the back, which will enable you to enjoy the calm and admire the clear view of the château and the traditional roofs. An ideal stopover for discovering the bastides of Rouergue and the Gorges de l'Aveyron!

Capacities & Services

Capacity5 Person(s), 2 Room(s), 6 Person(s) (maximum)

Languages : FR ES EN

Equipments and services

  • Barbecue
  • Cuisine équipée
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Garden furniture
  • Pets allowed
  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine

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Equipments and Services nearby

  • Open-air swimming pool (2 km)

  • Canoe-kayak (1 km)
  • Fishing (0.1 km)
  • Horse riding (3 km)
  • Trekking (0.1 km)

Location

La Maison du Barriou
21, Rue du Barriou
12270 Najac
lat. 44.220402 - lon. 1.980100

Contacts

Establishment

  • La Maison du Barriou
    21, Rue du Barriou
    12270 Najac


To see nearby

Forteresse Royale de Najac

Forteresse Royale de Najac

Najac

The 12th and 13th century royal fortress is an extraordinary example of military defences It was actively used in the fight against the Cathars and the Hundred Years war. Its dungeon served as a prison for the last Knights of the Rouergue.

Chartreuse St Sauveur

Chartreuse St Sauveur

Villefranche-de-Rouergue

The monastery of Chartreuse St Sauveur, listed monument and unmissable site in the region, is a 15th century flamboyant Gothic masterpiece. During the visit you will discover the great cloister, one of the biggest in France, the small cloister, flamboyant Gothic masterpiece, the chapel...

Chapelle des Pénitents Noirs

Chapelle des Pénitents Noirs

Villefranche-de-Rouergue

Magnificent Baroque chapel with a classic façade that hides a richly sculpted and painted interior. The commentary presents the organisation of the brotherhood of the Black Penitents, the counter reformation, the Baroque...

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