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Christelle et Guillaume SICARD
5 rue du barry
severac l'eglise


2 reviews

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price from €80





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Experience the charming guest rooms at "Clos du Barry," a beautifully restored 18th-century estate in Aveyron near Rodez and Séverac-le-chateau. Christelle and Guillaume have carefully decorated five delightful guest rooms, including a family suite, for your ultimate relaxation. Whether you want to unwind in the tranquil garden or explore the rich natural and cultural heritage of Aveyron, our guest rooms provide the perfect sanctuary.

Located in Séverac-LEglise, just 3 km from Laissac's restaurants and close to Rodez and the A75, our bed and breakfasts offer convenience and comfort. Start your day with a fully homemade breakfast featuring local and organic products. If you prefer to prepare your own meals, a shared kitchen is available for your use. Enjoy your culinary creations in the common room, the garden with its inviting tables and chairs, or even in the privacy of your own room.

The Guide du Routard and TripAdvisor consistently recommend our bed and breakfasts, placing us among the best in Aveyron. With our central location, you can easily explore Aveyron's main tourist sites within 45 minutes. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a range of activities nearby, including hiking, canoeing, swimming, and cycling on well-marked routes starting from Clos du Barry.

For dining recommendations, please visit our website at Whether you choose to indulge in the renowned restaurant Bras or other local culinary hotspots, we are happy to guide you to the best dining experiences in the area.


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Review by: Cyril, Juil 15 2020 8:33PM
Grande maison avec un cachet authentique,chambre très propre et décorée avec goût,les propriétaires savent accueillir leurs hôtes et sont très professionnel.
Belle Adresse Conviviale
Review by: Nikita81600, Sep 11 2017 8:27PM
Deux nuits au calme, la quiétude de ce petit village et la beauté de cette bâtisse en pierre, les vastes chambres, la convivialité des propriétaires, le petit déjeuner et le dîner maison en grande partie provenant du jardin, typique de la région. A recommander sans hésiter.

Une maman et sa fille convaincu

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You will find yourself just a few minutes away from the exit Séverac le Chateau on the A75 motorway, which connects Paris to Montpellier. Additionally, the exit Severac lEglise on the No. 88 road, linking Rodez to Toulouse, is also within close proximity.



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Notes: 2 nights minimum on july and August
Notes: 2 nights minimum on july and August
Notes: 2 nights minimum on july and August


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  • Château de Sévérac: Located in the village of Sévérac-l'Église, this medieval castle is a major tourist attraction. Visitors can explore its well-preserved ramparts, towers, and courtyard. The castle offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Gorges du Tarn: Just a short drive away from Sévérac-l'Église, the Gorges du Tarn is a breathtaking natural wonder. These deep limestone canyons are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, offering opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, and enjoying scenic drives.
  • Millau Viaduct: Approximately 30 kilometers from Sévérac-l'Église, the Millau Viaduct is a renowned architectural masterpiece. This cable-stayed bridge stretches across the Tarn River Valley, providing stunning views and attracting visitors from around the world.
  • Micropolis - La Cité des Insectes: Located in Saint-Léons, about 45 kilometers away, Micropolis is an interactive museum dedicated to insects. Visitors can explore exhibits, witness live insects, and learn about the fascinating world of these tiny creatures.
  • Causse de Sévérac: This limestone plateau offers a unique landscape with stunning views and diverse flora and fauna. It is a great spot for hiking, biking, and enjoying picnics while experiencing the tranquil beauty of the French countryside.
  • Sainte-Foy Abbey: Situated in Conques, approximately 50 kilometers away, this Romanesque abbey is renowned for its architectural beauty. Visitors can admire its intricate sculptures and stained glass windows, as well as the famous golden reliquary statue of Sainte Foy.
  • Musée Soulages: Located in Rodez, around 55 kilometers away, this contemporary art museum is dedicated to the works of renowned French artist Pierre Soulages. The museum houses a vast collection of his paintings, sculptures, and graphic works.
  • Roquefort-sur-Soulzon: Situated around 60 kilometers from Sévérac-l'Église, this village is famous for its production of Roquefort cheese. Visitors can explore the underground caves where the cheese is aged and enjoy tastings at local cheese cellars.
  • Château de Calmont d'Olt: Situated in Espalion, approximately 65 kilometers away, this medieval castle offers panoramic views of the Lot Valley. Visitors can wander through its grounds, explore the tower, and learn about the history of the region. 10. Laguiole: Located around 70 kilometers from Sévérac-l'Église, Laguiole is a charming village famous for its traditional Laguiole knives. Visitors can visit the Forge de Laguiole Museum to learn about the knife-making process and shop for unique souvenirs.

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