Gîte de 2 à 4 personnes à la campagne mitoyen à la maison du propriétaire situé à 10 minutes de toutes commodités (supermarché, pharmacie, boulangerie,...), à 15 minutes du village de Najac (château, piscine, accrobranche, marché de producteurs...), à 20 minutes de Villefranche de Rouergue ville d'art et d'histoires et Grand Site d'Occitanie.
Single room with adjoining private bathroom and toilet in townhouse. Located 5 minutes walk from the center of Villefranche, large site of Midi-Pyrenees, city of art and history near Najac, Belcastel, Conques ... Close to the country house and the SNCF station on foot.
“Very nice accommodation (more than just a room, it is rather a studio with private bathroom perfectly equipped.) Beautiful decoration. Perfect reception and great availability of the hostess who does not hesitate to give various information on the city. Equipped kitchen available for breakfast Car parked just in front of the apartment ... and very close to the city center (10 minutes walk) .A absolutely recommend”
Between Villefranche de Rouergue and Najac in South-West France, this is (in our opinion, of course) a quiet and beautiful place. The five bedrooms are spacious, the kitchen is fully equipped, the big living/dining room warm and cosy. The garden has its own barbecue and a terrace along the private pool. Hopefully, you won't ever want to leave. Our house is perfect for families and our four-legged friends.
“A perfect place for a quiet, secluded holiday (you can hear nothing but the singing of birds and the sky is beautiful at night). And if necessary there is enough to shop at 5min by car. It's big, there is an amazing playroom for children (5 children from 2 to 6 years have benefited). The garden is very nice with its pool and there is always a corner in the shade (I was a little afraid of that by looking at the pictures but in fact it's perfect). The welcome is just right: hospitable and discreet owners but there as soon as you need it. In short it is highly recommended for a stay with family or friends in the countryside.”