La Maison du Maître - H12G005469
The Tissanderie: a hamlet in a natural setting, surrounded by woods: calm and serenity. This large house houses two independent gites. A private outdoor area ensures the privacy of each one. The brightness, the carefully done and warm renovation, blending modern and rustic make this place an ideal setting to discover the Aubrac, the "most beautiful villages of France" of the Lot valley and further south, the Gorges du Tarn. A pleasant place for a family reunion or get-together of friends (up to 12 persons).
Capacities & Services
Capacity6 Person(s), 3 Room(s), 6 Person(s) (maximum)
Equipments and services
- Car park
- Garden furniture
- Washing machine
- Wifi / Internet
- Canoe-kayak (16 km)
- Fishing (9 km)
- Golf (32 km)
- Ski resort (40 km)
- Trekking (3 km)
Opening & Prices
- from 01 january 2020 to 31 december 2020
- Weekly Rental Low Season : 300,00€
- Weekly Rental Mid Season : 400,00€
- Weekly Rental High Season : 650,00€
- Weekly Rental Very High Season : 720,00€
- Mid-week : From 250,00€ to 320,00€
- Occupancy tax to be added : 0,90€
Methods of payment
Carte bancaire - Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash
To see nearby
The Joseph Vaylat museum of Arts et Traditions Populaires presents a traditional 19th century rourgat interior of a house ("cantou" fireplace, "souillarde" utility room and furniture...) as well as a rich collection of bedside fonts. Numerous objects of daily life from times gone by are presented by theme in an exceptional Gothic setting.
Perched above the town of Espalion, the castle of Calmont d'Olt is a historic monument which dominates the Lot valley. Daily shows and live demonstrations with siege machines everyday during the summer holidays.
Perched on an impressive basaltic peak, the castle of Calmont d'Olt the historic monument dominates the Lot valley. Its silhouette leaves you in no doubt as to the military vocation of its ramparts built during the Hundred Years' War. Shows and live demonstrations with siege machines, an architecture discovery circuit, the "knights" game for children, and weapons and archeological exhibitions.
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