Featured hotels in Aveyron

  • £53

    Average price per night

    Hotel Le Lion d'Or, Saint-Geniez-dʼOlt

    Hotel Le Lion d'Or

    Saint-Geniez-dʼOlt

    9.2 Superb 163 reviews
    Description This 2-star hotel has a unique location next to the Augustinian Convent’s former monastery. Set in the very centre of St-Geniez-d'Olt, it offers a large garden with a terrace.
    Review

    "This hotel has a fantastic restaurant. Room and bathroom very nice with good size. In city centre next to city hall. Big parking just in front of hotel. Nice city centre."

    Kirsten. Denmark
  • £75

    Average price per night

    Relais du Silence Château de la Falque, Saint-Geniez-dʼOlt
    9.1 Superb 145 reviews
    Description Located in the Midi-Pyrénées region, Relais du Silence Château de la Falque hotel is just outside St-Geniez d’Olt town centre.
    Review

    "This was my second stay at this hotel. I enjoyed my first stay so much I took my wife there on holiday on this occasion. The staff are very helpful and the facilities are very good. The Lot region is great..."

    StephenJS. United Kingdom
  • £103

    Average price per night

    Château de Labro - Les Collectionneurs, Onet le Château
    9.1 Superb 137 reviews
    Description Chateau de Labro is 5 minutes from Grand Rodez Golf Club. It offers a swimming pool in the orchard, a vineyard and a traditional kitchen.
    Review

    "Beautiful hotel, perfect location in the countryside and very quiet. Amazing building and overall friendly staff. Great breakfast"

    Janet. United Kingdom
  • Hotel Les Raspes

    Saint-Rome-de-Tarn

    9.0 Superb 313 reviews
    Description Located next to the Grands Causses Regional Park, Hotel Les Raspes sits in the medieval village of Saint Rome de Tarn. It features a heated swimming pool and well-established garden.
    Review

    "The extremely friendly service, a welcome note in our bedroom, the lovely food. We will try and stay there again."

    David. United Kingdom
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Chateau de Creissels, Creissels
    9.0 Superb 273 reviews
    Description Set in a 12th-century chateau, this hotel offers a panoramic view of the Millau Viaduct and the Tarn Valley. It features a heated outdoor pool and you can savour gourmet cuisine and local wines.
    Review

    "Lovely chateau. Views of Millau viaduct. Clean and spacious room."

    Marja. Spain
  • £72

    Average price per night

    Best Western Le Relais de Laguiole, Laguiole
    9.0 Superb 288 reviews
    Description The Best Western Le Relais De Laguiole is located in Laguiole, just 15 km away from St. James' Way (Chemins de Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle).
    Review

    "Management and staff are very friendly and helpful. They do try to make our stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. For example, they adjusted the menu to suit my partner's requirements during..."

    Bernard. Australia
  • £84

    Average price per night

    Ferme de Bourran Hotel, Rodez
    9.3 Superb 135 reviews
    Description Discover this charming hotel, full of character, and housed in a 19th-century family mansion. Situated on a hill surrounded by greenery, it is a short walk from Rodez city centre.
    Review

    "This was a beautiful 1700's building, lovingly restored on the outside, but our spacious room on the ground level appeared to be recently renovated, with all modern fittings, a large bathroom and very..."

    Stuart. Australia
  • £80

    Average price per night

    hôtel Régis, Laguiole
    9.5 Exceptional 30 reviews
    Description Hôtel Régis in Laguiole has a terrace and a bar. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi. Local points of interest like Croix du Pal l and Le Montarquié are reachable within 7 km and 7 km, respectively.
    Review

    "The location of the hotel was superb, the rooms we recently renovated, clean bright and fresh and service was good."

    Sharon. Australia
  • £89

    Average price per night

    Le Vieux Pont, Belcastel

    Le Vieux Pont

    Belcastel

    9.5 Exceptional 16 reviews
    Description LE VIEUX PONT is a hotel set in Belcastel city center, along the river. This property provides guests with a restaurant. The property features free private parking and free WiFi.
    Review

    "Serene. Les Vieux Pont is on the edge of the river. We only stayed one night to break up our journey to Avignon. The accommodation was lovely. Bed was comfortable and the whole unit was very clean. There..."

    John. Australia
  • £67

    Average price per night

    Logis Auberge du Fel, Le Fel
    9.0 Superb 95 reviews
    Description Welcome to Logis Auberge Du Fel,a colourful house opening onto a preserved natural environment. Each room, named after a variety of wine from the South-West, offers a different layout and atmosphere.
    Review

    "Beautiful location. Excellent food. Fantastic service. Loved it."

    John. United Kingdom

Aveyron highlights

Millau Viaduct
This is the tallest bridge in the world, designed by French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster.
Rodez Cathedral
The seat of the Bishopric of Rodez, Rodez Cathedral is a Gothic-style cathedral, and a national monument of France.
Belcastel
Labelled one of the Most Beautiful Villages of France, Belcastel features an 11th-century castle showing art exhibitions throughout the year.
Montaigut Castle
Built on a rock dominating the Rougier of Camares, this 10th-century castle depicts daily life in the Middle Ages.
The village of Laguiole
At an altitude of 1000m, this village is famous for Laguiole cheese and as the birthplace of the Laguiole knife.
Villefranche-de-Rouergue
Named as a town of art and history, Villefanch-de-Rouergue's narrow streets have a rich architectural heritage.
Roquefort-sur-Soulzon
The famous Roquefort cheese is matured here, in a cave formed by the collapse of the Combalou Mountain.
Medieval village of Conques
One of the main stops on Saint-James' Way pilgrimage route, Conques is a medieval village famous for its beautiful abbey.
Canyon in the town of Bozouls
Here is a deep, horseshoe-shaped canyon formed over the years by the Dourdou River, overlooked by Sainte-Fauste Church.
Larzac Plateau
This 1000 km² plateau is home to flocks of ewes whose milk is used to make the world-famous Roquefort cheese.