Les Hauts de Souloumiac, Les Hauts de Souloumiac

Chambre d'hôtes

Millau

Les Hauts de Souloumiac

Very close to Millau, Isabelle and Alain warmly welcome you to their home: panoramic view of the viaduct, the Millau area and the Tarn Canyon, in peace.
One guesthouse in a typically provençal style house, simple but tastefully decorated. Relaxation and a warm Welcome in this exceptional natural setting on the heights of Millau. Numerous sightseings and walks are possible. A spa can embellish your stay.

Capacities & Services

Capacity1 Room(s), 3 Person(s)

Languages : FR ES EN DE

Equipments and services

  • Barbecue
  • Garden
  • Open-air swimming pool
  • Pets allowed
  • Private car park
  • Spa
  • Wifi / Internet

More

  • Canoe-kayak (3 km)
  • Fishing (3 km)
  • Horse riding (6 km)
  • MTB - cycles (1 km)
  • Paragliding (3 km)
  • River swimming (2 km)
  • Trekking (1 km)
  • Via ferrata (10 km)

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 01 january 2019 to 31 december 2019

Rates

Tarifs 2019

  • One person : 57,00€
  • Two people (bed and breakfast) : 57,00€
  • Three people : 70,00€
  • Occupancy tax to be added : 0,45€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Cash

Location

Les Hauts de Souloumiac
97 Impasse Les Hauts de Souloumiac
12100 Millau
lat. 44.086876 - lon. 3.070720

Contacts

Establishment

Information


To see nearby

Les Bateliers du Viaduc

Les Bateliers du Viaduc

Creissels

Let your boatmaster guide you and discover the treasures of our region: fauna, flora, geology, listed village and Viaduct of Millau.

Aire du Viaduc de Millau

Aire du Viaduc de Millau

Millau

For the discovery of the Viaduct and the excellence of the Aveyron. This unique area installed in the old Causses farm of Brocuéjouls, is the ideal location to discover the viaduct of Millau, the Aveyron, its cultural and natural heritage and the local gastronomy.

Site Templier et Hospitalier de la Cavalerie

Site Templier et Hospitalier de la Cavalerie

La Cavalerie

Templar and Hospitaller village on the Larzac: fortified walls and its imposing entrance gate, 18th and 17th century houses, 18th century church. Village founded by the Knights Templar.

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