MATHAT Roland - Ferme de La Borde
La Borde, a farm at the foot of Bournazel's renaissance château.
The ambiance and the welcome are warm. Judge for yourselves when discovering the rooms' agreeable and harmonious decoration. Free donkey rides...
4 guest rooms, on the farm, on the ground floor and 1st floor in an old sheepfold, independent access, near a village. 2 bedrooms of 2/3 persons, shower rooms and private toilets, 2 family rooms (mezzanine) 2/5 persons, shower room and private toilets, common living room (fireplace), multipurpose room with summer kitchen, ground unfenced, extra beds and baby, summer kitchen, camping in a host farm (campervans) on site. Open all year (from November to April 1st groups on weekends). Restaurant 500 m. Possibility of meals delivered on site by a caterer.
Capacities & Services
Capacity4 Room(s), 14 Person(s), 14 Person(s) (maximum)
Equipments and services
- A la ferme
- Childrens' games
- Family room
- Wifi / Internet
- Discovery farm
- MTB - cycles
Equipments and Services nearby
- Lake (7 km)
- Open-air swimming pool (7 km)
- Canoe-kayak (18 km)
- Fishing (7 km)
- Golf (33 km)
- Horse riding (7 km)
Opening & Prices
- from 01 april 2023 to 15 novembre 2023
- One person : 50,00€
- Two people (bed and breakfast) : 65,00€
- Three people : 80,00€
- Four people : 95,00€
- Picnic basket : Picnic basket
- Occupancy tax to be added : 0,50€
Methods of payment
Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash
Mathat Roland Chambres d'hôtes CH62
- +33 (0)5 65 64 41 09
- +33 (0)6 17 05 13 23
- +33 (0)6 74 27 26 12
To see nearby
Ferme découverte de la Borde
La Borde, a discovery farm where the animals live peacefully side by side and await your best intentions.
CHATEAU ET JARDIN DE BOURNAZEL
Private Renaissance château listed as a Historic Monument. One of southern France's most significant buildings with its innovative architecture and remarkable carved decor. Its gardens are classified 'Jardin Remarquables'.
VISITE DU VILLAGE DE BOURNAZEL
In the 19th century, a traveller arrived in Bournazel and wrote: "From the château to the lake, one doesn't know who, man or mother nature, was the architect, painter or goldsmith to create such a special, charming bucolic setting".
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