Domaine des Fadarelles, ©V. Govignon - OT Larzac Vallées

Group Accommodation

St-Jean-du-Bruel

Domaine des Fadarelles

At the foot of the Cévennes, on the banks of one of the most beautiful rivers in France, the Dourbie, the Hameau du Viala given its location and size is a calm and convivial village. Cévenne landscapes of chestnut forests, vast expanses of the Causses, rivers...
It comprises 32 chalets (2 of which are accessible for people with reduced mobility): bedroom for 3 people (2 single bunk-beds + single bed), living room/kitchen area with microwave, sofa-bed for 2 people, bathroom and WC, terrace. At your disposition: bar with terrace, entertainment room, parking, laundry, barbecues.

Capacities & Services

Capacity32 Leisure homes, 120 Person(s)

Languages : FR EN

Equipments and services

  • Access for the handicapped
  • Beach
  • Car park
  • Cuisine équipée
  • Pets allowed
  • Play area
  • Private shower room
  • River
  • Swimming
  • Terrace
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi / Internet

Activities

  • Climbing
  • Evening activities
  • Fishing
  • Ping-Pong
  • Trekking

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Equipments and Services nearby

  • Shops (0.8 km)

  • Horse riding (15 km)
  • MTB - cycles (7 km)

Rates

Rates

Rates 2021

  • Weekly Rental Low Season : 276,00€
  • Weekly Rental Mid Season : 360,00€
  • Weekly Rental High Season : 456,00€
  • Mid-week : 180,00€

Methods of payment

Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash - Carte bancaire

Customer reviews

Location

Domaine des Fadarelles
Mairie
12230 St-Jean-du-Bruel
lat. 44.024799 - lon. 3.373100

Contacts

Establishment


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