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Le Mas D'aspech
Belmont St Foi



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Description for B&B:

This private individual is renting out a country house with a total area of 60 square meters. The house can accommodate 4 people with 4 beds, and there is also the possibility of setting up tents if needed. The house offers a beautiful view of the countryside and is located near a village, just 10 kilometers away, where you can find shops.

The house consists of a living/dining area with a well-equipped kitchen corner, two bedrooms, a bathroom with a shower, a separate toilet, and a large fireplace. It also has a garden, a covered terrace, and is pet-friendly, allowing dogs and horses.

The house is equipped with essential amenities such as a toilet, refrigerator, freezer, washing machine, dishes, TV, microwave, gas stove, heating, and parking space. The bedrooms include 1 double bed and 2 single beds.

The location of the house is at the Farmhouse of Aspech in Belmont St Faith, BATCH 46, in the Midday-Pyrenees Area of France. It is approximately 1 hour away from Toulouse. Nearby activities include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, canoeing, air sports, and festivals. For more information on local attractions, the Lalbenque and Cahors tourism offices can provide assistance. The house is also conveniently located just 8 kilometers away from Lalbenque, known as the Country of Truffle and the Capital of Black Truffle of Quercy.

The rental price for the house is fifty euros per night, except for the months of July and August when it is priced at 450 euros per week.


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To reach the Farmhouse Aspech, follow these revised travel directions:

Take the A20 highway and turn left towards Lalbenque. Continue in the direction of Lalbenque and then head towards Puylaroque. Finally, make your way to the Farmhouse Aspech.




  • Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: Located about 10 miles southeast of Le Mas D'aspech, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is a picturesque medieval village perched on a cliff overlooking the Lot River. With its narrow cobblestone streets, charming old houses, and stunning views, it is often referred to as one of France's most beautiful villages.
  • Cahors: Situated approximately 16 miles northwest of Le Mas D'aspech, Cahors is a historic town famous for its medieval bridge, Pont Valentré. This fortified bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers an impressive sight with its three towers. Cahors also boasts a beautiful old town, a stunning cathedral, and the renowned Cahors Malbec wine.
  • Rocamadour: About 34 miles southwest of Le Mas D'aspech, Rocamadour is a captivating village built on a cliffside. Known for its pilgrimage site and religious significance, Rocamadour attracts visitors with its impressive medieval architecture, including the Notre-Dame Chapel and the Saint-Amadour crypt.
  • Grotte de Pech Merle: Located around 24 miles northeast of Le Mas D'aspech, the Grotte de Pech Merle is a prehistoric cave renowned for its incredible cave paintings. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the underground chambers and admire the 25,000-year-old artwork depicting animals, handprints, and other symbolic figures.
  • Padirac Cave: Situated approximately 30 miles northeast of Le Mas D'aspech, the Padirac Cave (Gouffre de Padirac) is a natural wonder. Visitors can descend into the vast underground chasm and take a boat ride on an underground river. The cave is adorned with stunning rock formations, stalactites, and stalagmites, offering a unique and awe-inspiring experience.
  • Château de Bonaguil: About 40 miles southwest of Le Mas D'aspech, the Château de Bonaguil is a magnificent fortress dating back to the 13th century. This well-preserved castle is known for its impressive architecture and strategic defensive features. Visitors can explore the castle's towers, walls, and courtyards, enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Puy-l'Évêque: Situated approximately 10 miles northwest of Le Mas D'aspech, Puy-l'Évêque is a charming village nestled on the banks of the Lot River. The village is known for its medieval architecture, including the Saint-Sauveur Church with its distinctive tiled roof. Visitors can stroll along the riverfront, explore narrow streets, and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring medieval villages and caves to immersing oneself in the rich history and natural beauty of the region.

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