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Lucien Coinon
Lieu-dit Nadouce


6 reviews

Price per night:

price from €56





Description for B&B:

Welcome to our charming B&B nestled in the serene countryside. Our accommodation comfortably accommodates up to 11 guests, offering a tranquil retreat for individuals and groups alike. Pricing starts at a mere 43€ for solo travelers, while couples can indulge in a delightful stay for only 56€. As a bonus, a scrumptious breakfast is included to kickstart your day.

Calling all music lovers! You'll feel right at home with our impressive collection of instruments, including a grand piano, classical and electric guitars, and even drums. Unleash your creative spirit and lose yourself in the melodies of your choosing.

If you're seeking outdoor adventures, we've got you covered. Hop on one of our bikes and explore the picturesque surroundings at your leisure. For those seeking a more leisurely experience, our swings offer a delightful way to unwind and soak up the peaceful ambiance.

Come and experience the harmonious blend of comfort, nature, and musical joy at our countryside B&B.

Description for Gite

This cozy cottage offers a compact yet comfortable studio accommodation on the ground floor. The large and luminous room features a 140-sized bed and a convertible sofa bed. The kitchen is fully equipped with a spacious fridge, freezer, large oven, and two hot plates, along with a microwave. Additionally, there is a convenient adjoining kitchenette with a shower, sink, and toilet.


Appréciations pour Gîtes, Chambres, Meublé, Lavaur, Graulhet, Puybegon:

Nadouche gîte, c'est extra
Review by: Richard Brigitte & Joel, Mai 16 2014 12:51AM
Accueil très chaleureux et sympathique avec des petits plus qui font la différence. Relationnel vrai et convivial des gens généreux pour qui la gentillesse est primordiale. Gîte très confortable, bien équipé et de qualité, avec tout l'équipement nécessaire et même davantage : on se sent comme à la maison avec la campagne en plus. Rencontrer Sophie et Lucien c'est les adopter (ou l'inverse) ! Nous vous les recommandons
Parfait !
Review by: Aline, Juin 22 2013 3:56PM
Merci pour votre accueil, Sylvie et Lucien, nous avons été très heureux de partager quelques moments avec vous.
Les chambres sont parfaites. Très bien aussi pour un petit séjour avec des enfants.
Merci pour votre accueil chaleureux !
Review by: escudero vivien, Mai 13 2013 3:37PM
Dans un endroit calme plein de ressources Sylvie et Lucien vous accueillent comme des rois !
le service et super ambiance familiale et chaleureuse les chambres sont de style rustique idéal pour un dépaysement total
Quel plaisir nous avons eu à passer 3 nuits de repos !
je vous le recommande vivement !
merci aux Hôtes !
Chambre d'hôtes
Review by: SUCHAIL, Nov 27 2012 10:51AM
Quel magnifique petit coin de France!!! Que de sites magnifiques à visiter, non loin D'Albi, de Toulouse etc et que dire de Cordes sur Ciel, de Lautrec et bien d'autres!! Logés dans un petit nid douillet au calme, même le nom est reposant: " NADOUCE"!!! Merci à nos hôtes pour ces instants ( trop courts) de convivialité et de partage.
chambre d'hotes NADOUCE
Review by: HAUWELLE PIERRE, Oct 12 2012 11:07PM
Un accueil très amical des 2 propriétaires ; toujours disponibles pour nous renseigner, nous aider ou nous piloter dans les environs. Une très belle ancienne ferme rénovée entourée de champs. un lieu très calme, où les nuits sont agréables dans des lits douillets et des chambres bien équipées.
on y reviendra !!!
acceyil et prestations
Review by: Viviane Barthe-Flouriot, Nov 2 2011 5:06PM
Accueil très chaleureux la maitresse de maison est au petits soins pour faire plaisir. La chambre du rez-de-chausséest simple mais très agréable avec tout ce qu'il faut pour une tisane ou un café. La salle d'eau est très jolie avec une douche à jets. Tout est là, savons, cotons sèche cheveux etc...Les petits déjeuners sont très copieux et excellents.Très bonne adresse!!

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To reach our farm from Toulouse, follow these travel directions: Take Highway A68 towards Albi. When you reach Exit 7, turn right towards Graulhet. Continue driving on D631 for approximately 15km. Just before reaching the village of Briatexte, you will notice a small church called Larmès church on your left. Turn right onto a very small road located next to the church. Drive until you reach the end of this road, which is around 600m. Then, make a left turn followed immediately by a right turn. You will find our farm entrance on your left, about 20m up the path.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 56 56 15 oui
Holiday Home 2 159 289




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