Les gîtes du Bouyssou - Fleur d'Aubrac
Sylvie & Pascal welcome you in a hamlet halfway between Rodez & Albi, ideally located to explore a country full of flavours & places of interest. Come & recharge your batteries in 1 of our 4 character cottages in a green setting with a swimming pool.
Fleur d'Aubrac is a 70 sqm gite that includes: two bedrooms, a big living room, a dining room, an open-plan kitchen area, a bathroom - shower cubicle - and toilet.
The private garden furniture and barbecue are downstairs.
The double bedroom includes a queen size bed, bedside tables, a chest of drawers, a wardrobe, blankets and pillows. It has a direct access to the bathroom (shower and toilet).
The second bedroom - fit out in the attic upstairs - comprise three single beds, bedside tables, a wardrobe, a chest of drawers, a table/desk and en suite washbasin & toilet.
The kitchen is fully equiped with a dishwasher, a fridge, an electric oven, two hotplates, a microwave, a coffee maker, a kettle, a toaster, kitchenware and household cleaning products.
Access -free- to the shared laundry, with two washing machines and a clothes drier, as well as a laundry basket at your disposal and outdoor clothes rack (+ foldable clothes rack in the gite).
In July and August, we offer an evening buffet the day after your arrival (Sunday), as well as an home-made wood-fired pizza meal for all stay lasting at least one week.
Capacities & Services
Capacity4 Person(s), 5 Person(s) (maximum), 2 Room(s)
Equipments and services
- Car park
- Garden furniture
- Meeting room
- Open-air swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Sèche linge
- Washing machine
- Wifi / Internet
Equipments and Services nearby
- Shops (10 km)
- Fishing (2 km)
- Horse riding (10 km)
- River swimming (1 km)
- Tree climbing (20 km)
Opening & Prices
- from 01 january 2022 to 31 december 2022
- Weekly Rental Low Season : 550,00€
- Weekly Rental Mid Season : 790,00€
- Weekly Rental High Season : 890,00€
Methods of payment
Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash - Transfer
To see nearby
Medieval settlement of one barony out of the 12 that existed in the Rouergue, it is today a protected site in the Aveyron : you will be amazed by this hamlet and its castle overlooking the Lézert gorges and its meanders down from its rocky spur!
Completed in 1902, this railway bridge - listed among the Historical Monuments in France - cross the valley where the Viaur River runs. Imagined by Engineer Paul Bodin, this steel lace will surprise you with its curves' fineness !
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