Accommodation type: 2-room gîte
from 1 to 4 pers. Surface area: 90 m²
On one side, Agout and its wooded landscape, waterfalls and rivers where nature lovers, fishermen, kayakers and climbers meet. On the other, Burlats and its history, the Pavilion of Adelaide, the Collegiate, or the Tower of the Bistoure ... Poetry and legends inhabit these places and Princess Adelaide would not be completely foreign to it. You will fall in love with this place full of stories and poems. Adelaide, princess in the eyes of violets, Raymond V Count of Toulouse, would have held a court of love. The troubadour Arnaud de Mareuil was madly in love with her, and was one of the rare troubadours who loved and sang only one lady. This medieval time was sumptuous for this small village and you can appreciate this masterpiece of architecture. In the surroundings, the hiking trails give you an appointment with intense sports activities.
House of recent design (2009) adjoining another house, on the road leading from Castres to Burlats. It dominates a sloping garden leading to the banks of the Agout, where you can enjoy the coolness of the river. Terrace, garden furniture, barbecue. Ground floor: living room with open kitchen fully equipped, sitting area, bathroom, wc. Upstairs, open space with two double beds and a sofa bed BZ. Heating wood stove and auxiliary heating. Towels provided. In addition, linen rental and cleaning service at end of stay.
Contact: ATTER - GITES DE FRANCE TARN
96 rue des Agriculteurs BP 80332 81027 ALBI cedex 9