Maison des Oiseaux - La Chambre


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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • B&B

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Bed and Breakfast

Maison des Oiseaux - La Chambre

The Chambre d'Hôte in the Maison des Oiseaux is a recently converted ground floor barn to create a beautiful, luxurious self contained chambre d'hôte for guests.

The chambre d'hôte is accessed from a quiet laneway. The spacious, comfortable room, with en-suite leads out to the atmospheric walled garden to the rear. Glazed double doors at the front open out to spectacular views across the Cerou Valley, and timber shutters and curtains allow guests to control the level of privacy they prefer. In addition, guests may have access to the magnificent library adjacent to the Chambre, as well as a well appointed laundry.

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Ruth & Ian B.

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Maison des Oiseaux - La Chambre
Cordes-sur-Ciel, Midi-Pyrenees, France

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Cordes-sur-Ciel is located 75km north east of Toulouse, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in France. As one of the gems of the region, its unique 13th and 14th century Gothic houses are reminiscent of Renaissance Tuscany, and the cobbled streets, large Halle (open air marketplace) and stone buildings are evocative of an earlier era. There is a weekly market every Saturday which brings to Cordes the best of regional produce.
The Tarn is a region of long views and deep river gorges,fertile farmland, vineyards and forests. It is situated in the Midi-Pyrénées, the largest region in France with 8 departments within its boundary. These stretch from the Pyrenees in the South to the Massif Central in the North, and westwards from the Atlantic coast to the Mediterranean Sea in the east. Within its natural boundaries it offers a diversity probably unmatched elsewhere in France.
The Tarn has escaped the worst of the tourist born scourges of appalling traffic, high prices and disappointing cuisine. Historical Albi is its major centre, providing the ancient name for the region – Albigeois. Many villages and towns stage summer festivals of music and medieval pageantry, celebrated for and by the local population, and a bonus for visitors.
Medieval villages and churches dot the landscape of this farming region, replete with pigeonniers. Villages are built in local honey coloured stone, set on rolling hills offering long views of the varied landscape. Although the best way to explore the region is by car, it is possible to come from Toulouse by train, and to use local buses to get to Albi and other towns.

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Rural retreats

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Nearest train station: Vindrac, 2 miles
Nearest airport: Toulouse, 50 miles
Car is essential



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