Domaine de Lasfonds Gites and Bed & Breakfast in the beautiful Aveyron countryside

Gite Honeysuckle

Our 2-6 person gite forms an "L" with the main farmhouse overlooking the courtyard on one side and the garden on the other with views over open countryside. The gite consists of two bright southwest facing bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and a large open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area.

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Gite Figuier

Our 2-3 person gite is a completely independant luxury converted barn, accessed directly from the garden. This gite consists of a large double height bedroom with luxury ensuite shower room on the first floor and a large open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area on the ground floor with views over the garden.

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Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

For shorter breaks or for those not wanting a self catering gite holiday, we also let the gite bedrooms on a bed and breakfast basis and have an additional bed and breakfast room in the main farmhouse. For our bed and breakfast guests we serve a gourmet continental breakfast of homemade bread and jams, pastries, cereals, seasonal fruit, yoghurt, fruit juice, tea or coffee.

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The Aveyron is an undiscovered and unspoilt department in the Midi-Pyrenees region of southwest France. This magical place is perfect for a holiday any time of year with brocantes, antique markets, village fetes, night markets, Autumn festivals and Christmas markets throughout the Aveyron including our local town of Rieupeyroux.

Beyond the Aveyron, our neighbouring Midi-Pyrenees departments of the Lot, Tarn and Tarn-et-Garonne have many more top class attractions. To the north is the pilgrimage site of Rocamadour, one of the most visited sites in France. To the west you can sample the deep red wines of Cahors or visit the number 1 most beautiful village in France - Saint-Cirque-Lapopie. To the south is the stunning medieval walled city of Cordes-sur-Ciel and the episcopal city of Albi, recently classified as a UNESCO world heritage site, with its unique cathedral Sainte Cecile and the Berbie palace housing the Toulouse Lautrec museum. To the east are the truly breathtaking Tarn Gorges.