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claire et fabrice
Mas de Laché


1 reviews

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price from €98





Description for B&B:

Rooms (for 2 people) are available for a minimum of 2 consecutive nights at a rate of 98 euros per night. For a single night stay, the rate is 125 euros. Our prices include breakfast. The Shagymade is conveniently situated on the border of Quercy and Rouergue, between the valleys of Seye and Bonnette. It is centrally located near the most famous attractions in the region, including Najac, Saint Antonin Noble Val, Cordes sur Ciel, Bruniquel, St Cirq Lapopie, and Belcastel. If you would like to have meals during your stay, please make a reservation for our menu.

Description for Gite

Le Mas de Laché offers a comfortable cottage in addition to its guest rooms. Whether you're looking for a week of fun and relaxation or a weekend getaway with friends, our cottage is perfect for 4 people. Nestled in a peaceful and green environment, you will fall in love with the serene atmosphere.

The ground floor features a cozy fireplace for cooler seasons and a well-equipped kitchen. The rooms overlook the swimming pool and each has its own private bathroom and toilet. Upstairs, there is another spacious bedroom with its own bathroom and toilet.

Our comfortable pool measures 9m x 3m and is treated with salt for your convenience. You can also enjoy the terrace and have a barbecue while taking in the beautiful surroundings.

All of our comfort rooms are equipped with HVAC and have bedding sizes of 1.80 and 1.60. We provide all the necessary services, including bed linen, bath towels, and firewood.


Appréciations pour Mas de Laché - , Caylus:

Excellent, to be recommended
Review by: Joyce Rousselot, Dec 4 2017 7:29PM
Excellent establishment. Lovely gardens surrounding beautiful stone buildings. Rooms tastefully decorated with immaculate facilities. The mas is located in the middle of a lovely rural area, ideal for wandering around in a part of France full of history. Fabrice and Claire, the new owners are there to give you a warm welcome so that we were just feeling at home.

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- To get to Rodez/Villefranche de Rouergue from Paris-Toulouse via the A20 motorway, take the Caussade exit (Exit 59). Follow the signs to Rodez/Villefranche de Rouergue. Once you reach Caylus, turn right towards the shops. After approximately 3km, make another right turn, followed by a left turn after 300m.

- If you are coming from Paris-Montpellier via the A75 motorway, take the Severac Castle exit (Exit 42). Then, proceed towards Rodez (D994) and Villefranche de Rouergue (D926). Continue towards Montauban. After 20km, take a left turn towards Parisot (D33). Keep going until you reach Cornusson. From there, turn right towards Caylus and take the first right again. After 300m, you will reach your destination.

- The nearest train station is Caussade, which is 36km away. Another option is the Lexos Station (Varen) which is 14km away.

- If you prefer to travel by plane, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is approximately 100km away, while Rodez Airport is about 70km away.



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Notes: no-smoking rooms
Holiday Home 1 1150 10/personn


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  • Château de Caylus: Located in the nearby town of Caylus, this medieval castle is a must-visit attraction. It offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and features well-preserved architecture from the 13th century.
  • Grotte du Bosc: Situated in Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, this cave system showcases impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations. Visitors can explore the underground chambers and learn about the geological history of the area.
  • Abbaye de Beaulieu-en-Rouergue: This picturesque abbey, located in Ginals, is known for its beautiful Gothic architecture and serene surroundings. Visitors can explore the abbey's church, cloisters, and gardens while enjoying the peaceful ambiance.
  • Puycelsi: A charming fortified village perched on a hilltop, Puycelsi offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can wander through its narrow streets, admire the preserved medieval architecture, and visit the Church of Saint-Corneille.
  • Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val: A picturesque town nestled in a gorge, Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val is known for its quaint medieval streets, half-timbered houses, and lively Sunday market. Visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities like kayaking on the Aveyron River.
  • Bruniquel Castle: Located in the village of Bruniquel, this medieval castle overlooks the Aveyron River and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys. The castle features well-preserved medieval architecture and hosts various exhibitions throughout the year.
  • Château de Penne: Situated in the village of Penne, this impressive castle is perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Aveyron River. Visitors can explore its towers, ramparts, and courtyard while enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Aveyron Gorges: Nature lovers will appreciate the stunning beauty of the Aveyron Gorges. These dramatic cliffs, carved by the Aveyron River, offer opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, and enjoying scenic picnic spots.
  • Najac: This charming village is dominated by its medieval fortress, Château de Najac. The village itself is a delight to explore, with its cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, and lovely riverside setting. 10. Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: Considered one of the most beautiful villages in France, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is perched high above the River Lot. The village boasts medieval architecture, picturesque streets lined with artisan shops, and stunning views of the river valley.

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