Furnished studio of 22 m2, zen spirit, close to shops, free parking space nearby, located on the 3rd and last floor, quiet and secure entrance with intercom. Very well equipped: - kitchenette with sink, 2 hotplates, fridge, microwave, mini oven, kettle, coffee maker and crockery, table with extension that also makes coffee table - sitting area with BZ, shelf, television, 2 closets, one with wardrobe - Bathroom with bath, washbasin, WC and washing machine
“Everything was more than perfect, the kindness and help of Sophie as his apartment that lacks nothing and is very functional .. Go there with your eyes closed!”
At the heart of the Parc des Volcans and 17km from Aurillac, we offer a "tailor-made" cabin to spend your holidays close to nature. Situated at an altitude of 920 meters, in the heart of a small typical hamlet, you will find here a place preserved and timeless.
“Out of the successful containment, we made the right choice, thank you Jérémy and Eugénie! A full week to relax in this wooden cabin, without TV or computer, we really enjoyed it. And the contact with our hosts was excellent (excellent also their rhubarb-orange jam!). And in the hamlet, go to "la Petite Pause" to order a truffade, you won't regret it either. In summary, we recommend this experience. Maïthé and Jean-Pierre.”
Called "Le grenier des Marmottes" this atypical place of 60 m², designed to accommodate 2 people, is installed in an old grain mill, dating from 1910, near the city center in a semi-pedestrian area. Its location in the heart of the city, its office space and its free high-speed wifi connection (100 MB) make it an ideal place for a professional stopover. Everything in this accommodation is designed so that you have an unforgettable stay, combining relaxation, leisure and discovery.
“Cantal. Located near the city center of Aurillac. The marmots attic is ideal for stay there several days. The lotf is very functional. The host is very friendly and good advice. To discover gastronomy, castle of Anjony and village of Salers. Not to mention the Puy Mary and hiking. I recommend it without hesitation. Thank you very much. Good continuation.Sandra”