Michel HENIN, OFFICE DE TOURISME DE CAPDENAC (BUREAU DE L'OT DU PAYS DE FIGEAC)

Gîte

Causse-et-Diège

Le Cap del Mas

Located in the Lot valley, at the edges of the Lot and Aveyron regions, this former wine maker's house was enlarged and embellished with a dovecote at the end of the nineteenth century. Completely restored and refurbished in 2011 - 2013, furnished and decorated in the traditional style of the area, equipped with high-quality amenities, the house of the Cape del Mas comfortably and pleasantly accommodates up to 12 persons. It is in a very quiet setting. The region is gay and welcoming, touristic and gastronomic. It is great for getting out and about (walking, on horseback, by canoe, by car) and offers you a wide choice of tourist places less than an hour's drive away.

Capacities & Services

Capacity12 Person(s), 5 Room(s)

Languages : FR ES EN

Equipments and services

  • Baby cot
  • Barbecue
  • Car park
  • Chaise haute
  • Cuisine équipée
  • Dishwasher
  • Enclosed grounds
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Hair dryer
  • Heating
  • Ménage
  • Open-air swimming pool
  • Private car park
  • Private shower room
  • Shaded pitch
  • Sèche linge
  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi / Internet

Activities

  • Canoe-kayak
  • Fishing
  • Hot-air balloon
  • MTB and cycling trail
  • Trekking trail

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 07 january 2019 to 21 december 2019

Rates

Rates 2019

  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 900,00€
  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 1 100,00€
  • Weekly Rental Mid Season : 1 100,00€
  • Weekly Rental High Season : 2 200,00€
  • Weekly Rental Very High Season : 2 800,00€
  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 1 400,00€
  • Mid-week
  • Week-end Middle season
  • Occupancy tax to be added

Location

Le Cap del Mas
Le Mas du Causse - LOUPIAC
12700 Causse-et-Diège
lat. 44.548302 - lon. 1.994700

Contacts

Establishment

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To see nearby

Grotte préhistorique de Foissac

Grotte préhistorique de Foissac

Foissac

Come and visit the prehistoric vestiges preserved on site. Underground quarries, graves and prehistoric reserves. Naturally coloured limestone concretions. Recreated prehistoric park, animals and display of the flora.

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