Les gîtes du Bouyssou - Les 100 Vallées
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.
Les 100 Vallées is a 45 sqm gite that includes: two bedrooms, a big living room, a dining room and an open-plan kitchen area.
In summer, an additional bedroom, located down the gite, allows hosting two more people.
The master bedroom includes a double bed, bedside tables, a chest of drawers, a wardrobe, blankets and pillows.
The second bedroom comprise two bunk beds, a wardrobe and a table/desk.
The additional bedroom has a double bed, two bedside tables and two armchairs.
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.
The garden furniture and barbecue are close by the gite, near the vegetable garden.
Access -free- to the shared laundry, with 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
Capacity6 Person(s), 2 Room(s)
Equipments and services
- Car park
- Meeting room
- Open-air swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Washing machine
- Wifi / Internet
- Trekking trail
Equipments and Services nearby
- Shops (10 km)
- Canoe-kayak (20 km)
- Fishing (0.5 km)
- Horse riding (10 km)
- Swimming (1 km)
- Tree climbing (20 km)
Opening & Prices
- from 05 novembre 2022 to 31 december 2023
- Per night, low season : 85,00€
- Weekly Rental Low Season : 545,00€
- Weekly Rental Saturday/Saturday Mid Season : 770,00€
- Weekly Rental Saturday/Saturday High Season : 875,00€
Methods of payment
Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash - Transfer
To see nearby
From La Salvetat follow the D905 towards Carmaux for 3.5km. The ruins of the Chateau are on the left. It's hard to imagine that this castle, perched on a pinnacle above the Lézert, was once so important that it gave its name to the whole region (Peyralès). As well as a fortified tower and the arcades of a former church, the ruins of several other buildings are still visible, on the plateau and on the slopes leading to it. You'll find information on the panel just before the castle. THE RUINS ARE DANGEROUS. ACCESS IS FORBIDDEN.
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-made masterpiece will surprise you with its apparent lightness!
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