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Frederic Rojat
Les Calmettes



4 reviews

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price from €306






Description for B&B:

Experience tranquility in the spacious grounds of our renovated house, complete with a swimming pool. The traditional style and materials, such as mud bricks and old tiles, have been preserved throughout the renovation process.

Each of the 4 bedrooms has been uniquely decorated to reflect regional themes such as "pastel," "Toulouse-Lautrec," "pigeon houses," or "Gaillac wine." They all feature separate bathrooms and toilets, and are furnished with comfortable 160 cm beds.

Start your day with a delicious continental breakfast served in the dining room. Indulge in homemade jams, yogurts, breads, cakes, and refreshing fruit juice.

For dinner, savor the flavors of fresh vegetables sourced from our garden or local farmers' markets.


Appréciations pour Au Mas des Calmettes, Parisot:

Jour de lAn
Review by: Le Cardinal , Jan 2 2022 4:35PM
Merci encore pour ce séjour très agréable grâce à la qualité de votre accueil et aux qualités hors pair de cuisinière de Christiane.
une très jolie adresse
Review by: Marie-Laure et Stéphane, Aou 16 2015 6:56PM
Maison d'hôtes magnifique, dans un endroit enchanteur et reposant. Nous avons apprécié la gentillesse et la disponibilité de Christiane et Frédéric qui nous ont accueilli très chaleureusement. Les chambres sont spacieuses, décorées avec beaucoup de goût, le jardin est un havre de paix, la piscine est idéalement située avec une vue sur la campagne et les petit-déjeuners un vrai régal!
A voir et revoir
Review by: Jocelyne Azria, Jan 7 2014 10:40PM
Des hôtes charmants, du calme,du confort un retour aux plaisirs de la nature et aux saveurs authentiques Merci à Christiane et Frédéric pour leur accuei, leur présence chaleureuse,leurs conseils avises pour découvrir cette magnifique région.
Passion de l'accueil
Review by: Catherine ROJAT PAHUD, Jan 6 2014 10:44PM
Christiane et Frédéric, ont la passion de l'accueil. Leur gentillesse, leur professionnalisme feront de votre séjour un moment de rêve. Je le sais, j'y ai goûté ! Magnifique moment dont je les remercie tous les deux.

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Take exit number 8 on Autoroute Albi-Toulouse (A68) and head towards Parisot. After traveling on road D87, turn left 2 kilometers before reaching the village, following the signs for Briatexte on road D14. Continue for another 2 kilometers and you will have reached your destination!



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
3 306 306 472.5 535 OUI
(3 pers.)
1 97 107 611.1 674.1 OUI
Holiday Home 1


Swimming Pool
Credit cards accepted


  • Cordes-sur-Ciel: Located about 17 kilometers from Les Calmettes, Cordes-sur-Ciel is a beautifully preserved medieval village perched on a hilltop. Its narrow cobbled streets, stunning architecture, and panoramic views make it a popular tourist destination.
  • Albi: Situated around 30 kilometers northeast of Les Calmettes, Albi is known for its impressive red-brick cathedral, Sainte-Cécile, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city also offers a picturesque old town with charming streets, the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum, and the scenic River Tarn.
  • Gaillac: A short drive of approximately 15 kilometers west of Les Calmettes, Gaillac is renowned for its vineyards and wineries. Visitors can explore the town's historic center, taste local wines at various cellars, and enjoy the annual Gaillac Wine Festival held in August.
  • Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val: Located about 40 kilometers southwest of Les Calmettes, Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val is a medieval town nestled in the Aveyron Gorges. It offers a charming old town with half-timbered houses, a lively Sunday market, and opportunities for outdoor activities such as kayaking and hiking.
  • Toulouse: Situated approximately 85 kilometers north of Les Calmettes, Toulouse is the fourth-largest city in France. Known as "La Ville Rose" (The Pink City) due to its distinctive pink brick buildings, Toulouse boasts a rich cultural heritage, including the impressive Basilica of Saint-Sernin, the Capitole de Toulouse, and a vibrant dining and nightlife scene.
  • Millau Viaduct: Located around 100 kilometers southeast of Les Calmettes, the Millau Viaduct is an architectural marvel and one of the tallest cable-stayed bridges in the world. Spanning the Tarn Valley, it offers breathtaking views and is a popular spot for photography and sightseeing.
  • Carcassonne: Situated approximately 100 kilometers southwest of Les Calmettes, Carcassonne is a fortified city with a well-preserved medieval citadel. This UNESCO World Heritage site attracts visitors with its impressive ramparts, narrow streets, and the Château Comtal. It is often regarded as a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts.
  • Rocamadour: Located about 130 kilometers east of Les Calmettes, Rocamadour is a stunning cliffside village and a major pilgrimage site in France. It is famous for its ancient sanctuaries, including the Notre-Dame Chapel, and offers breathtaking views of the Alzou Valley. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring medieval towns and historic sites to tasting local wines and admiring breathtaking architectural wonders.