Authentic renovated farmhouse in Lozère



This top-of-the-range ecolodge is located in a hamlet dating back to the 18th century, in the heart of a spectacular natural site overlooking the Grands Causses, at an altitude of over 900 metres. The view of the Gorges du Tarn is breathtaking. This site is so precious that it has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Natura 2000 site and even a Great Dark Sky Reserve. It's sure to delight those in search of total disconnection. Restored in an environmentally-friendly way, using noble materials, everything has been meticulously thought through with the aim of preserving the soul of the place. The warm, soft and sober decor invites you to relax without any visual pollution. It comprises four buildings set in around nine hectares and can accommodate up to 14 people. The main building, a former farmhouse, has four comfortable suites with en suite bathrooms, a bedroom and an office. The lodge has a large suite with a fireplace, bathroom and terrace offering a panoramic view of the Grands Causses massif. A small house in the Causses offers two bedrooms, one of which is on a mezzanine, a bathroom and a cosy lounge with a fireplace. A sheepfold has been converted into a living space, where you can share convivial moments in the spaces created: a large, fully-equipped kitchen, a dining room under a sublime glass roof, and finally a living room with a suspended fireplace. A beautiful space with a yoga room, sauna and indoor and outdoor Nordic baths invites you to relax. You can walk the marked trails around the property, discover the tree house perched in the woods and contemplate the breathtaking view from the belvedere over the cliffs of the Tarn gorges and the marvellous point, one of the most beautiful panoramas in France. Possibility of organising seminars, yoga retreats or discovery workshops: ornithologist, botanist, naturopath, cook.

The hamlet is located in the Lozère département between the Gorges du Tarn and Sévérac-le-Château, on the border with the Aveyron département. The medieval village of Sévérac le Château is 10 minutes away, and Millau 35 minutes.

10 min

from shopping area


from the closest airport

2 min

from hiking trails

15 min

from the train station


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The home


4 master suites with: 1 double bed. Each with its own bathroom / 1 bedroom : with 1 single bed 90X2 + 1 bathroom


1 master suite with: 1 double bed with 2 single beds 90X2 + 1 bathroom


1 double bedroom: with 2 single beds 90X2 / 1 bathroom 1 double bedroom: with 1 double bed and 1 single bed (160cm)/ 1 independent bathroom



Barbecue, signposted paths, gazebo


Board games, tree house


Massage room, sauna, 1 indoor and 1 outdoor Swedish bath, Swedish bath, yoga room, pure dynamised water, choice of materials to limit endocrine disruption, shielded sheaths to avoid electromagnetic fields

What I like about this property

"This exceptional place has been renovated along the lines of the Aman lodges in Bhutan. It's a spectacularly beautiful, timeless setting for total disconnection." Olivia Bartoli


Rates & Availability




from 12,000 € per week

minimum stay 7 nights

from 1,900 € per night

minimum stay 4 nights

The rate includes

  • End-of-stay cleaning
  • Household linen
  • Beds made on arrival
  • Daily cleaning (common areas)


  • Daily cleaning (for rooms)
  • House manager
  • Transfer (return) to station or airport
  • Chef at home
  • Shopping on arrival
  • Sports coach
  • Massage
  • Yoga teacher
  • Breakfast preparation

The Good Spots

The owners of this property share their best addresses with us.

The good table in the area? Le Sahuc (gastronomic) 20kms in Rivière-sur-Tarn/ l'Alicanta in Le Rozier 20kms (bistronomic)

The nearest market? La Canourgue (20 mins) on Tuesday mornings, the beautiful Millau market (35 mins) on Wednesdays and Fridays.

The place to go for a drink or a dance? Millau (35 mins)

The place not to be missed? The sublime point (5 kms) one of the most beautiful panoramas in France, the Tarn gorges.

The must-do activity? Recharge your batteries...and all the nature sports (hiking, canoeing, climbing, mountain biking etc...)