In nature, in a quiet and peaceful surroundings, 10 km from Saint Geniez Olt, Christiane and Andrew welcome you in an old barn restored and offer 2 large bedrooms tastefully decorated, including a family suite. Between the Lot Valley and the Aubrac, you will be ideally situated for hiking, visiting the beautiful villages of the valley or just relax… Our breakfasts are hearty and delicious (bread, pastries, cakes, jams and yoghurt are homemade). Host table on reservation except Wednesday and Sunday evenings. Kitchenette and dining area available for guests. The house is no smoking. Pets not allowed.
A75 motorway near : • From Paris / Clermont-Ferrand. Is : 1. Take exit 35 of the A 75 towards Aumont-Aubrac/Nasbinals. 2. Follow D 987 to Nasbinals, then to Aubrac. 3. Before Aubrac take direction Saint Geniez d'Olt. 4. On leaving the village Cantaloube, 7 km before Saint Geniez Olt, turn left Lunet. 5. At about 1,5 km towards La Rousselie, Germania. Is : 1. Take exit 41 of the A 75 towards Campagnac / Saint Geniez d'Olt. 2. A Saint Saturnin de Lenne, follow direction Saint Martin de Lenne. 3. At Saint Martin de Lenne turn right, direction : Saint geniez olt. 4. A Saint Geniez Olt head : Prades d'Aubrac, Ski Brameloup. 5. A 7 km, turn right before the village of Cantaloube direction Lunet, 6. At about 1,5 km take the first round to right : The management Rousselie, Germania. • From Montpellier / Beziers. 1. Follow directions for A75 millau. 2. Take exit 41 Campagnac / Saint Geniez Olt and follow the same route as above. • From Rodez : Take the D88, direction Laissac, Saint Geniez d'Olt. • On Espalion : At the exit of Espalion, head of Saint Come d'Olt. Through the village, then turn right onto the D 141. At the intersection of D 19, head of Saint Geniez Olt right (and not Prades d'Aubrac). Back down into the valley and out of the hamlet of Cantaloube, head of Lunet, Born to Left. Take the first road right, direction : The Rousselie, Germania. By plane : Rodez-Marcillac : Links paris / rodez, Lyon / rodez and london / rodez, and from 3/2012 : Charleroi / rodez.