Located 18 km from Lodève, Gite du Caylar guest house sits in a garden with outdoor swimming pool, sun loungers and terrace. Free Wi-Fi and free private parking are available. The guest rooms come with a terrace, a TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom with hairdryer, free toiletries and shower. The rooms also have parquet floor and views of the garden. Every morning, a continental breakfast is served. Guests have access to a common kitchen and dining area. They will find a pizzeria 70 metres away and a restaurant serving French traditional cuisine 16 km away. Guests can visit La Couvertoirade village 8 km away or Pégairolles de l’Escalette 10 km away. Millau Viaduct is 36 km away, while Millau Train Station is 42 km away.
Pros: Lovely garden setting. Large Renovated period style country home.
Cons: Excellent location in centre of town not far off the motorway. Quiet location but short walk to the town square. Great host and home cooked breakfast. Free parking on the property.
Pros: This is a real gem of a guesthouse, we shall definitely make it a regular stop. We rented a two room apartment, which has one double and one single room, with a private shower room, and terrace seating area. The rooms were maybe a little small but the furniture and decor was of the highest standard, and the beds were extremely comfortable. We had use of a well equipped kitchen, which we shared with the upstairs apartment. The terrace overlooks the garden and swimming pool, which have further seating areas available. We enjoyed a delicious continental breakfast on the terrace.
Pros: Large, very clean rooms, very hospitable hostess Ruth, delicious breakfast. Best value for money in the area.
Cons: Venue, hospitality and breakfast are just outstanding
Pros: Loved everything about this little gem. Big, bright, clean rooms, even had access to a kitchen which was great as travelling with 2 children. The pool was the big hit with the kids, after coming from a busy mediterranean campsite, to have the lovely pool to ourselves and equally gorgeous gardens to relax in was just fab. The town itself is smallish, but has a number of restaurants and a lovely short walk up a step hill to a church for a excellent sunset. Ruth has done a fantastic job renovating the building (I'm just a bit jealous of her lovely home!)
Pros: EVERYTHING ! i couldn't recommend this place highly enough, the beds were so comfortable, and the linen fresh and excellent quality, Ruth has poured care into here, with so many little extra touches. The welcome and service from Ruth made us feel at home
Cons: i couldn't find any faults at all. the brochure doesn't do it enough justice
Pros: The building and gardens were excellent and very relaxing
Cons: Well was excellent, nothing to dislike
Pros: Fantastic place, great hospitality!
Pros: Friendly host, very well presented and furnished property. Easy village to reach, lots to see nearby. Have already decided to return. And there was a covered swimming pool to use!
Cons: Nothing to dislike. For a small village it offered shops and eateries that were variable but ok considering how small the actual village is.
Pros: Its a lovely conversion - all the rooms are done to a high standard - very friendly and helpful host Sheltered in an enclosed area, with an extensive patio area - good shower, kitchen, seating area, nice bedroom Host offered to buy our ingredients for our evening meal for us - Breakfast was also very good
Cons: We had a supplementary single bed which was a bit uncomfortable Shops are in the next village - not an issue, but just be aware
A stay at Les Capitelles places you in the heart of Le Caylar, a 1-minute drive from Theil Park and 9 minutes from Acro Roc des Infruts. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, a library, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very good location for the rural area, but also close to the motorway. Breakfast was lovely Gorgeous well behaved dogs
Pros: Christine and Richard were wonderful hosts. They have renovated an historical building so that it is comfortable and attractive for guests. The breakfast was wonderful, with everything made in their kitchen.
Cons: It is helpful to know that check-in is not available until 18:00.
Pros: Quiet place and still on 5m from highway. Ideal for travellers
Pros: This hotel was the best among 8 hotels we stayed in France. It is a private home. The lady of the house was extremely helpful. Spoke good English. The house is actually a 12th century reconstructed home. The owner cooked special bread for us for breakfast and gave us recommendations for site-seeing that were very good. It was a very pleasant stay for a family of 4.
Cons: The village the hotel is located in is very small and there is not much to see, but the experience staying in a 12th century private home was great.
Pros: Tea & coffee facility, filling with microwave and fridge. Home made breakfast - from yogurt to bread!
Cons: Would have liked something in the breakfast that wasn't carbs (e.g. Ham, boiled eggs).
Pros: Location, accommodation, the welcome, breakfast, we loved everything.
Cons: There was nothing we didn't like.
Pros: Very clean and very friendly owners
Pros: Excellent breakfast with home made bread and jams.
Chambre d'hôtes L'Ammonite is located 10 km from Saint-Maurice-Navacelles, at the end of the Cirque de Navacelles valley. It is stone built and offers tastefully decorated rooms with free WiFi access. Featuring terracotta tiles and light colours, rooms at Chambre d'hôtes L'Ammonite all have a private bathroom with shower equipped with a hairdryer. Some rooms enjoy mountain views. Continental breakfast is included and offered daily, while homemade dinner and a basket meal can be provided for an extra fee. More restaurants can be found within 8 km. Activities can include swimming in the La Vis river, and jumping from the 14 metre high waterfall. The town of Montpellier is 60 km away, while St Guilhem les Dessert is at 40 km. Mediterranee Airport is 50 km away. Free parking is available a 2-minute walk away.
Pros: Nearby walks...very nice room.
Cons: The only restaurant nearby has only very small menu
Pros: The nature is beautiful.
Pros: L`Ammonite is a very interesting B&B in the very little village of Navacelle, which have only 13 people living there. The little cluster of houses built in beautiful stonework is like another world. We had a big family room, very nice with a huge bathroom and great views out the small windows. They also have the only little place in town to get lunch and dinner, which was good, down to earth food at a very decent price. If you "survive" the scary, narrow drive down to Navacelle, you will enjoy the experience.
Pros: The place was exquisite. The hosts were wonderful and provide us with a delicious dinner even though we omitted to let them not that we will require dinner( due to using expedia app the message was not received by us). The place is unique and provides a fresh look.
Cons: The only negative I can say is that the upstairs bathroom can be inconvenient but it wasn't for us.
Pros: Owners were utterly charming, and location was unbelievable.
Cons: Dinner menu was limited.
Pros: We were walking on the Chemin de Saint-Guilhem-le Desert and it was a convenient place for us to stay the night. It was a very picturesque building.
Cons: We had a very inhospitable welcome and the evening meal was a disgrace. Hardly what one might give to 2 hikers after a very strenuous descent into Navacelles. The couple had a 3 week old baby which made us somewhat sympathetic, but it was hardly the standard of a Chambre d’Hôtes.
Pros: Compact modern comfortable room with loft shower in a converted old building with lots of character in an idyllic peaceful location. Welcoming hosts who also provided dinner and breakfast.
Pros: Amazing location, comfortable bed. We enjoyed staying here for a night
Cons: Very simple breakfast, not much choice if you don't eat bread and jam. Dinner was tasty but felt it was a bit overpriced for what you got. Location often dictates what you pay, and this was remote with no other options for dinner.
Set on a park, this renovated château offers B&B accommodation in Le Cros. Château du Cros has a children’s playground and free Wi-Fi. Guests can go horse riding and mountain biking in the area and bike rental is available. All the accommodation types at Château du Cros feature wooden floors, a seating area and a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. Guests are invited to enjoy a continental breakfast on the terrace or in the dining room, which offers a fireplace and a chandelier. The apartment has a kitchen equipped with kitchenware, a stove and a fridge. This property includes a library and a games room with a pool table. Massage treatments can be arranged at an extra cost and free private parking is available on site.
Pros: A lovely place to stay. It is an ancient building but with the facilities we required. A great place if you like art. The hosts were very friendly and took the time to show you around and tell you about the place.
Cons: A bit difficult to find. We drove past it three times before we worked out where to go.
Pros: Beautiful place and really friendly hosts!
Pros: Great host who gave us a tour of the castle. Authentic setting - you actually feel that you are in a medieval castle.
Pros: Amazing place with a completely unique atmosphere.... such a special place in the world and with wonderful hosts. I will never forget staying in this lovely, historic and beautifully renovated castle.
Located in Le Caylar, Le Barry du Grand Chemin is within a 15-minute drive of Acro Roc des Infruts and Labeil Cave. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Location. The house was beautiful in typical French style.
Pros: Terrific old stone building. Very nice rooms. And great breakfast (homemade jam)!
Cons: Difficult to find car park in the dark.
Pros: The host was welcoming as was her dog. The room was pleasant and we were able to sit for a while in the garden. Breakfast was fine.
Pros: We received a very warm welcome from the charming and courageous proprietor, Madame Vandenbroeuk. The pretty bedrooms - once stables, and set in a quiet, flowery garden - are comfortable and spotless, with excellent beds and bathrooms. Breakfast was generous and the croissants and jams were home-made and delicious.
This charming hotel set in a typical village welcomes you in the heart of the Larzac area. Roquefort is a 35-minute drive away and the Millau Viaduct is 53 km from the hotel. The Hotel du Rocher features 30 comfortable guest rooms fitted with shower and satellite TV. Some of them also come with a desk and free Wi-Fi access. A buffet breakfast is available each morning. The fortified town of La Couvertoirade is a 15-minute drive away and the Cirque de Navacelles is 30 km away. You can also visit the medieval village of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, which is located on the Saint James's Way.
Pros: Hotel location, room and staff
Cons: The restaurant for dinner and breakfast
Cons: The pillows, to small.
Pros: Unexpected restaurant
Pros: Not much
Cons: Poor quality juice. Weak coffee. No fruit. Cheap cereal.
Pros: Staff were very helpful
Pros: Very convenient access - just off main road & by all needed amenities. A little Italian restaurant across the road served great bowls, freshly sizzled from the kitchen. Perfect after a rainy day.
Cons: One long sausage pillow & 2 thin ones!
Pros: Excellent WiFi Spacious clean rooms
Cons: No restaurant No bar
Pros: Hotel was clean and comfortable and a good price
Cons: we arrived on a sunday evening and there were no restaurants open nearby so we could not eat anything......!
Set between two national parks, Ancien hotel du Larzac offers a terrace and elegant rooms. A continental breakfast with homemade marmelade and free Wi-Fi access are available. Some of the rooms have a private bathroom. Guests are invited to use the newspapers available on site. You can request an Italian and regional dinner. Millau and its train station are 40 km away. The guest house is only 1 km from the A75 motorway.
Pros: great place to stay and the host is very welcoming. a great experience
Pros: Village was nice . Few bars and restaurants.