Traditionally renovated barn in the Cantal

Cantal

Description

This traditional barn for rent in the Cantal is the ideal place for a relaxing break. It has been renovated for 5 years by journeymen in order to keep its authenticity and its charm of the past. The owners have opted for simplicity and have favored the use of noble and natural materials without plastic with slabs cut in the volcanic rock of Murat, walls covered with hemp-lime, poplar partitions, oak parquet and the use of glass and metal. Accommodating up to 6 people, the living area is bright and offers a view of the surrounding nature thanks to its glass façade. A wooden stove in the center of this area and an underfloor heating system will allow you to enjoy the beautiful view, while staying warm. On the basement, the barn has 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. The first bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom has 2 single beds and the sofa bed in the living room can accommodate 2 additional people. The bathroom, an old vaulted cellar has a shower and an ofuro, traditional Japanese bath, which will allow you to fully relax.

Located between the Monts du Cantal and the Parc des Volcans d'Auvergne and 3km from the Vic-sur-Cère train station, you will enjoy a quiet location in a hamlet for a unique stay.

5 min

from shopping area

5 min

from hiking trails

20 km

from Aurillac airport

3 km

from Vic-Sur-Cère train station

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The home

2 BEDROOMS

1 bedroom with 1 double bed

1 bedroom with 2 single beds

1 sofa bed for 2 people

1 BATHROOM

With an Italian shower and an ofuro, traditional Japanese style bath

Amenities

1 WOOD-BURNING STOVE

FLOOR HEATING

What I like about this barn

Location

Rates & Availability

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Rates

200 € per night

Rent from May to November


The rate includes

  • End of stay cleaning
  • House linen provided (+ 50€)
  • Beds made on arrival

Options

The Good Spots

The owner of this barn shares with us his recommendations.

The nearest maket? Vic-Sur-Cère, on tuesday and friday

The unmissable places? The "Puy Mary", the "Puy Griou", the "Vallée de la Jordanne" and the "Pas de Cère"

The must do? Hiking and skiing in Lioran during winter