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Located in Senouillac, 11 mi from Albi, château de Mauriac offers bedrooms in a historical building, a terrace and garden. Free WiFi is featured and free private parking is available on site. Unique medieval castle, renovated and maintained with love by its owner. You have the feeling you are traveling back in time. This was a great experience for the whole family.
Located in Senouillac in the Midi-Pyrénées region, La Cabanes has a terrace and garden views. Located 2.4 mi from Mauriac Castle, the property provides a garden and free private parking. Very nice host Thomas - we were even offered a wonderful tasty local melon for the kids
Au Mas du Soleil features garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Senouillac, 3.1 mi from Mauriac Castle. Beautiful location, Patricia was so friendly and welcoming. The facilities (pool, dinning areas) were clean and inviting. The views of the vineyards and sunflower fields around the property were incredible. Would highly recommend!
Featuring garden views, Chambres et Tables d'Hotes "Au pres de ma Blond" is set in Senouillac, less than 0.6 mi from Mauriac Castle. Delightful, comfortable ensuite room in the most gorgeous farm setting, with access to tea and coffee facilities. Wonderful host who cooked a delicious breakfast. Highly recommended.
A former wine-making property, Chambres d'Hôtes La Vigneronne features an outdoor swimming pool, a garden with terrace and free Wi-Fi throughout. We normally stay in hotels, so haven't much experience of Chambres d'Hote to compare. The key feature of Le Vigneronne is the exceptionally friendly and helpful welcome offered by Beatrice and Cyril - a charming couple. Additionally the rustic and utterly quiet location of the old farmhouse makes it an attractive place to stay. Our room (Epice/ Red Room) was, we believe, one of the smallest of the four, simply furnished and somewhat hot with only a skylight rather than a window. A fan helped. The bathroom was inevitably small, but the shower cubicle and faucets was better than you often get in even expensive hotels. Cyril - a chef in a former life - provides much home cooked produce. I wasn't well on the night of arrival so unfortunatley we didn't eat at the house, but his carefully prepared breakfast, taken in the sunny garden, was just lovely - fresh breads, yoghurt, waffles etc. Both he and Beatrice went out of their way to ask us of our tourist plans for the day and gave us much useful advice as well as brochures to ensure we made the most of visiting this lovely region. The heated pool is in a secluded part of the garden. There's a jacuzzi too! Highly recommended as a Bed and Breakfast experience