Valle Grande , vue du hameau , ramos

Chambre d'hôtes


Valle Grande - Chambres d'hôtes

Bed & Breakfast and Tables d'hôtes set in a large renovated south facing sheepfold situated next to a red stones hamlet. Come and discover the rougier and the pays de Roquefort in Southern Aveyron.
Rooms are organised this way:
-Around the light well:
A large bedroom for 2/3 people, with bathroom and toilets.

Capacities & Services

Capacity1 Room(s), 2 Person(s), 3 Person(s) (maximum)

Languages : EN

Equipments and services

  • Baby cot
  • Barbecue
  • Bike shed
  • Chaise haute
  • Cyclists welcome point
  • Family room
  • Garden
  • Horse riders welcome point
  • Picnic area
  • Private bathroom
  • Private car park
  • Shaded pitch
  • Wifi / Internet


  • Climbing
  • MTB - cycles
  • Ping-Pong
  • Trekking


Equipments and Services nearby

  • Bar / refreshments (12 km)
  • Basic food shop (9 km)
  • Indoor swimming pool (12 km)
  • Lake (23 km)
  • Pharmacy (9 km)
  • River (9 km)
  • Shops (12 km)
  • Swimming (9 km)

  • Aerial sports (41.4 km)
  • Fishing (23 km)
  • Horse riding (12.6 km)
  • Swimming (3 km)

Opening & Prices

opening times

    from 01 july 2020 to 31 october 2020


Rates 2020

  • Two people (bed and breakfast) : 65,00€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Cash - Transfer


Valle Grande
Hameau de Ségonzac
12400 Vabres-l'Abbaye
lat. 43.915913 - lon. 2.784315

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