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Chambre au Relais du Chasteau

Brousse-le-Château
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MAS JOREL

Brousse-le-Château

Hôtel-Restaurant Le Relays du Chasteau

Brousse-le-Château

Situated in one of the "Plus Beaux Villages de France" (most beautiful villages in France) at Brousse-le-Château, this friendly establishment offers you traditional cooking and a calm and relaxing stay at the foot of the castle.

Ghislaine RUGEN

Brousse-le-Château

Charming stone-built house marked by the secrets of yester year in Brousse-le-château, situated a stone's throw from the church Saint Jacques-le-Majeur, listed as an historic monument, from the château and from the start of several footpaths.

GÎTE LA CALADE

Brousse-le-Château

Gîte André Boudet

Brousse-le-Château

Rêve Aveyron

St-Izaire

Chez Justine et Pierre

Broquiès

Situated in the southern Aveyron, in Roquefort country, in a region of large plateaux, Justine and Pierre's chambres d'hôtes await you. Here you will discover traditional Aveyronnais cooking or Justine's Creole dishes. You will stay right in the middle of the countryside where calm and conviviality will enable you to recharge your batteries. close by: canoeing, walks, mountain biking and visits to: Millau viaduct, Roquefort caves, the Gorges du Tarn, Albi, Lévézou lakes, the village of Brousse-le-château and other "plus beaux villages de France" (most beautiful villages in France).

Jérôme et Véronique TARROUX

Connac

Lavabre is a small peaceful hamlet overlooking the green waters of the Tarn. Your hosts have converted a comfortable gîte embellished by a small terrace on the first floor. During your stay you will discover the Tarn valley that offers excellent fishing and agreeable footpaths.

Gîte de la Micherie

St-Izaire

In the regional park of the Grands Causses, between the Tarn Vallée and Rougier, the gite is situated on a hillside surrounded by greenery. Further down the hill is the farm where sheep produce milk for the Roquefort cheese production.

Paul TROLLI

Lestrade-et-Thouels

A gite hidden in the greenery, on the edge of a stream and built of traditional materials, especially wood and stones. It is fitted out very comfortably, and the concern for flawless finishing make this gite a pleasant setting for quiet holidays.

Gîte la Grange

Montclar

In Montclar, from the promontory overlooking the Tarn valley where the hamlet of Sajac is set, you will enjoy superb views of hills and meadows. You can visit UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Albi, the Causses and Cévènnes and many more!

Gîte le Grenier

Montclar

Montclar. From the headland where the hamlet of Sajac is located in the Regional Natural Park of Grands Causses, you will be overlooking the Tarn valley, a panorama of prairies and hills. Visit the UNESCO world heritage sites of Albi, the Causses and the Cevennes.

Hélène GENIEYS

Broquiès

A second lifer for this barn that overlooks the Dourdou, you can see it from the terrace. Ideal for those who love fishing: the Tarn and the Lévézou lakes are close by. You will appreciate the quality of the interior, the vast light living room, all tastefully decorated. Discover the sheep being milked on your host's farm close by.

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