Le Myosotis, Le Myosotis



Le Myosotis

Najac is near the Gorge de l'Aveyron and one of the ten "Most Beautiful Villages of France". This gite offers lovely and large bright and colourful rooms. On the ground floor, you have access to the garden with a view over the prairies.

Capacities & Services

Capacity4 Person(s), 2 Room(s), 4 Person(s) (maximum)

Languages : FR ES

Equipments and services

  • Animaux non admis
  • Barbecue
  • Bike shed
  • Dishwasher
  • Enclosed grounds
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Owners nearby
  • Room service
  • TV
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine


  • Trekking


Equipments and Services nearby

  • Open-air swimming pool (8 km)
  • Swimming (20 km)

  • Fishing (3 km)
  • Horse riding (15 km)


opening times

    from 30 april 2022 to 30 september 2022


Rates 2022

  • Weekly Rental Mid Season : 380,00€
  • Weekly Rental Saturday/Saturday Mid Season : 400,00€
  • Weekly Rental Saturday/Saturday High Season : 500,00€
  • Weekly Rental Saturday/Saturday Very High Season : 560,00€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash


Le Myosotis
La Maison Neuve
12270 St-André-de-Najac
lat. 44.195213 - lon. 2.042559




To see nearby

Forteresse Royale de Najac

Forteresse Royale de 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 Saint Sauveur

Chartreuse Saint Sauveur


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


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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