Gîte d'étape communal d'Aubrac - La Tour des Anglais
Aubrac, 'Alto Braco' in an old local patois, meaning 'the high place' is located on the Aubrac Plateau at 4422 feet altitude. The village, a very rich place historically speaking, is listed as a Historic Monument and is a stop-over on the Way of St. James. The stop-over gîte is hidding in a tower dating from the 14th century, built as a protection against the English during the Hundred Years War.
Hidding in this tower that dominates the Aubrac Plateau, 3 dormitories and a kitchen on display for walkers on the Way of St. James or on the Tour des Monts d'Aubrac.
Capacities & Services
Capacity2 Dormitory, 16 Person(s)
Equipments and services
- Bar / refreshments
- Cuisine - Gestion libre
- Luggage carriage facility
- Pets allowed
- Private shower room
- Adult, per night : 10,10€
Methods of payment
Cheque - Holiday voucher - Cash
To see nearby
Discover our hand made knives with our jobs of blacksmiths and cutlers. Visits throughout the year (as well as our Museum).
An unmissable stage after the free visit of the workshop, guided and commentated of the "Coutellerie (knife makers) de Laguiole Honoré Durand" workshop - a living space with the the Damascus steel blacksmith (the only blacksmith in Laguiole to forge Damascus steel).
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