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Lisanne Ashton
23, Avenue Louis Bessières


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There are two available rooms, each with its own unique charm. The "Romantic" room exudes a classical atmosphere, adorned with elegant Henry 2nd furniture and a color scheme ranging from Damask rose to rich burgundy. The bathroom boasts a luxurious roll top bath with majestic lion feet. The bedroom features a comfortable double bed and an adjacent cozy sitting room.

On the other hand, the "Rustic" room offers a more countryside feel, with charming stone walls and rustic rush matting. The bathroom is equipped with his and hers washbasins and even a bidet for added convenience.

Both rooms offer a balcony with breathtaking views of the valley. Inside, you will find all the necessary amenities such as an iron and board, hairdryer, fan, dressing gowns, slippers, as well as a selection of books and magazines for your entertainment.

You can access the rooms through rue Béral, located behind the house. With your own key, you have complete independence and no time restrictions. The garden offers a stunning view, situated higher than the house itself.

In the morning, enjoy a delightful breakfast downstairs, accessible via the 12th-century stone staircase that once served as a watchtower during the hundred years war.

For longer stays, there are also two small gîtes available in Les Chimères. These independent accommodations have their own entry from rue Béral.


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To reach your destination, you have three transportation options:

1. By car: Take either motorway A20 or N20 until you reach Caussade, and then continue on D17.

2. By train: Caussade station is located 14 kilometers away from your destination.

3. By plane: You can choose to fly into Toulouse Blagnac, Carcassonne, or Rodez airports.




  • Château de Puylaroque: Located in the village of Puylaroque itself, this medieval castle offers a glimpse into the region's history. Visitors can explore the well-preserved ruins and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Saint Antonin Noble Val: Situated approximately 12 kilometers from Puylaroque, this charming town is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Visitors can wander through narrow streets, visit the historic market square, and explore the ancient town hall.
  • Gorges de l'Aveyron: About 17 kilometers away, this stunning natural attraction offers breathtaking views of limestone cliffs and meandering river valleys. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, canoeing, and picnicking along the riverbanks.
  • Bruniquel Castle: Located around 20 kilometers from Puylaroque, this impressive hilltop castle overlooks the Aveyron River. It boasts a rich history, picturesque gardens, and offers guided tours to visitors.
  • Saint-Cirq-Lapopie: Situated approximately 40 kilometers away, this picturesque village is perched on a cliff above the Lot River. Known for its medieval architecture and narrow streets, it has been designated as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages of France."
  • Montauban: Located about 43 kilometers from Puylaroque, Montauban is a vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage. Visitors can explore the historic center, admire the stunning architecture, and visit museums like the Ingres Museum, dedicated to the famous painter.
  • Cahors: Situated approximately 50 kilometers away, Cahors is known for its impressive medieval bridge, Pont Valentré, and its well-preserved Old Town. Visitors can explore the narrow streets, visit the majestic Cahors Cathedral, and sample local wines.
  • Rocamadour: Located about 70 kilometers from Puylaroque, Rocamadour is a famous pilgrimage site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This cliffside village is home to numerous historic buildings, including the Chapelle Notre-Dame and the Saint-Sauveur Basilica.
  • Toulouse: Situated approximately 80 kilometers away, Toulouse is the vibrant capital of the Occitanie region. It offers a mix of historic and modern attractions, including the impressive Basilica of Saint-Sernin, the Space City Museum, and the charming Old Town. 10. Albi: Located about 100 kilometers from Puylaroque, Albi is known for its remarkable red-brick cathedral, Sainte-Cécile, and the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum. Visitors can explore the picturesque Old Town, stroll along the River Tarn, and admire the stunning architecture. Please note that distances mentioned are approximate and may vary depending on the specific route taken.

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