Hotels in Aveyron
When food editor Orlando Murrin and his partner, Peter Steggall, first visited the Tarn, outside Toulouse, they fell in love with the landscape and immediately relocated to the south of France.
A medieval hamlet turned into a hotel in a 54-acre park high above the Aveyron River. Even the swimming pool has a fantastic view.
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A 12th-century château with 30 dreamy rooms, some with balconies over the gardens, others looking out over the Millau Viaduct.
The restaurant offers a superb lunch. The hotel only has seven rooms, all of them lovely and freshly renovated, and each with a view of the river.
The renovated château has a swimming pool and serves a delightful dinner.
The hotel is nestled at the bottom of a picturesque gorge.
The 18th-century maison de village, just a few miles from the
romantic market town of Uzès, has wide-open views of the surrounding
garigue and Mont Ventoux and a walled swimming pool fringed with olive
Former bishop's residence tucked into the ramparts of a medieval citadel, with unparalleled access to the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site.