Assènes is a picturesque village reputed for its view point from Roc St-Jean, a magnificent view over the Tarn and its tributaries but it is also known for its Maison de la Châtaigne et des arts Religieux (free visits). In bygone years, Assènes was considered as a royal bastide and the population lived essentially from chestnuts and wine production. The village is situated in les Raspes du Tarn within the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses.
In an old house in the middle of the country, 3 cosy and comfortable rooms around an interior courtyard for rest and relaxation. The charm of old stonework, a beautiful barn with vaulted ceiling and hills as far as the eye can see... The Tarn close by offers its water sports centres, an open air heated swimming pool, swimming in the river, canoeing, footpaths, historical and prehistoric sites.
From Cansac, you have a choice of walks and excursions in the area. The equidistant Lévézou lakes and Tarn valley offer numerous activities linked to water and natural sites. Don't miss the village of Brousse le Château, classed as one of the "plus beaux villages de France (most beautiful villages in France).
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.
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.
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.