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When you stay at La Demeure du Comte - Gites in Salles-la-Source, you'll be close to Salles-la-Source Waterfall. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful house and grounds. Room was modern, clean and comfortable, with our own terrace overlooking the grounds. Our hosts were wonderful and very helpful. Can't rate the breakfast highly enough, everything homemade and delicious.
Pros: Beds very comfy, spacious room and great breakfast. Host was very friendly despite our lack of french!
Pros: Location and surroundings. The property is wonderful!
Cons: Decoration and restaurant pretentious. Thé château is beautiful, ruins by the need of adding design and modern decoration and art. Modern rooms are ok.
Pros: Claudette and Jeannot were fantastic. Our flight into Rodez was very very late and they were so gracious, they arrived at the airport and guided us to their house in the dark. I cannot thank them enough for rescuing us and turning a bad start to our holiday completely around to such a good one. Breakfast was lovely with so many homemade goodies. If you’re flying into Rodez, and want to stay in a lovely old converted priory, please take the time to do so here.
Cons: Everything was great.
Pros: Claudette is the perfect hostess. She met us at the impressive ancient door with a smile and a cheery hallo. After going up the twisty windy stairs, she showed us our lovely room, which was very spacious and light. Immaculately clean bathroom. As we had been travelling for 8 hours, she very kindly brought us a tray of tea and home made cake. She recommended a bar/restaurant in nearby Marcillac (5mins in the car) to eat in the evening. 15 minute drive to Grand Rodez golf course. Claudette and Jeannot are the perfect example of how to do B&B. The breakfast table was laden with home made jams and cake. A choice of at least a dozen loose leaf teas. There are 4 B&B rooms and 3 gites to rent. Would definitely recommend. 10/10
Pros: The hosts! They were fantastic! Honestly, Claudette and Jean welcomed us with coffee and cake and fresh juice for the kids. Though not much English is spoken, and my french broken, it didn’t actually matter!! We stayed in the self contained 2 bedroom Gitê, which we were not expecting, and it was perfect! The grounds are amazing, with a stream running through, and it’s also close to an amazing village called Salles-la-Source, which has a beautiful waterfall. The chateaux is stunning, exceptionally clean and very quiet. Claudette laid out a beautiful breakfast for us all in the morning too, it was truly a home from home experience. I would honestly go back just to see her again! Wonderful.
Cons: Not applicable!
Pros: Wonderful breakfast, amazing !!! Homemade yogurt and nut torte
Pros: The hosts were wonderful! Homemade cakes and great breakfast, really exceptional friendly lady, perfect overnight stop. Very happy.
Pros: Jeannot & Claudette could not have been more attentive hosts. Even guiding us on a 2 hr 'off the beaten track' walk around the area, as well as playing taxi for our trip to/from a local restaurant which we had booked for dinner to celebrate our wedding anniversary.
Pros: Claudette and jeannot are wonderful hosts. They made us feel very welcome. The room is in a 15th century residence of a count, and the building is very grand. The ground floor rooms have a terrace with seating. Ours had a view over the large garden. It was very quiet at night, and we slept soundly. The breakfast was served in a dining room nicely furnished in a style that befits an historic residence. We enjoyed home made cake and preserves, terrine and cheeses.
Cons: Restaurant options in the area are limited, especially on a Wednesday.
With a stay at Domaine de Lasfonds in Rieupeyroux, you'll be 23.1 mi (37.1 km) from Chateau de Najac and 11.3 mi (18.2 km) from Chateau Belcastel. Featured amenities include luggage storage, laundry facilities, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The owners were so nice and welcoming. The setting was very comfortable and the breakfasts were copious and delicious. What a find! I can't wait to go back!!!
Cons: The directions to the place could have been a bit more detailed. It was a bit challenging finding it at night.
Pros: The people running the B&B who are passionate about doing what they do and want to make sure you enjoy your stay.
When you stay at Les chambres de l'Ady in Valady, you'll be near the airport and 12 minutes by car from Salles-la-Source Waterfall. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Locally sourced items for breakfast including an apple and quince drink were very nice.
Cons: Describing each item that we had for breakfasting the manner of a restaurant was unnecessary especially when delivered at such a speed that we could not keep up with the French.
Pros: Really super place, well renovated. Breakfast outside with a nice rural view was excellent. It was lovely to see an owl on the roof of the barn opposite as we returned from an evening out.
Pros: all was perfect
Cons: nothing to comment on.
With a stay at Domaine le Muret in Le Bas-Segala, you'll be 11.9 mi (19.1 km) from Chateau de Najac and 9.7 mi (15.6 km) from Notre Dame de Villefranche-de-Rouergue. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Lovely setting in very rural France. Our visit was for x3 nights and it was lovely to wake up on the mornings as take in the spectacular views across unspoilt countryside. Breakfast was a perfect way to set yourself up for the day and all other amenities not on-site at the accommodations is widely available at the adjacent camp-site a couple of minutes walk away - this is also run by the same family. Our host, Anette and her husband were very friendly and accommodating in meeting our needs when needed. This place really is out in the sticks so don't expect all mod-cons i.e. wall mounted TVs, WIFI, mini-bars in a heartbeat etc, instead, enjoy the peace and quiet and saying 'hello' to the resident farm animals in the field staring at you when you open the curtains in the mornings! Great for trekking in the fabulous Aveyron countryside so, if walking is your thing, this is definitely worth a visit. You will need a car to get around - otherwise you'd not get there in the first place but, once you get your bearings, getting around is easy. The town of Najac isn't too far away, perfect for a good walk down and up the cobbled medieval streets and to take in the historic architecture and its impenetrable ramparts of the 'Keep' being its 13C castle!
With a stay at Hôtel Restaurant Du Commerce in Rieupeyroux, you'll be 22.6 mi (36.3 km) from Chateau de Najac and 13.7 mi (22 km) from Chateau Belcastel. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Clean modern room. The staff couldn’t have been more gracious.
Pros: The garden
Cons: The hotel was shut when we arrived on Sunday and we were not given a code to get in. We were only able to get because another guest let us in.
Pros: Good WiFi, clean room
Cons: Broken shower, pool was not in use as advertised. Expensive restaurant
Pros: Evening meal very good. Room and bed very good
Cons: The shower head was broken and it had not been checked by staff.